Electric-Powered Construction Equipment: More Options Come to Market

Case Project Zeus Electric-powered vehicles (EVs) have made their way into just about every construction application. Once regulated to niche applications, such as non-mobile equipment, the smallest of compact excavators and large mining trucks, now every machine type is being equipped with electric power sources.

5 Misconceptions About Technology for Site Prep Contractors

The education session “Drones on Construction Sites for All Contractors” was presented at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020.

From machine control to drone survey data, material takeoffs to volumetric calculations and progress reporting, site prep contractors have many ways they can incorporate new technologies into their workflow, but misconceptions are holding some contractors back.

Electromobility in the off-road industry

Electrification brings many benefits to off-road machines such as zero exhaust emissions, improved efficiency and significantly reduced noise levels, so why aren’t we seeing more of them yet? Zeyd Okutan, Volvo Penta’s Product Manager responsible for the company’s Industrial Segment Electromobility Product Planning and Strategy, explains what direction the industry is heading in and what needs to happen before electric-powered machines become the norm.

Magna Tyres USA happy to expand its US team due the fast growth

Magna Tyres Group is pleased to announce the appointment of Ryan Cusick as Sales Manager of its US office. With Ryan on board, Magna Tyres can focus even more on the brand presence, the distribution network and relationship with current and new customers.

Haver & Boecker Niagara Offers Tyler Engineered Modular Media for Increased Wear Life

Haver & Boecker Niagara offers Tyler Engineered Modular Media for the best combination of open area and wear life in both wet and dry applications. Haver & Boecker Niagara’s modular screen media offers easy installation for change-outs. Additionally, the highly durable media’s innovative engineering results in longer wear life than alternative screen media. The company’s modular screen media offerings include polyurethane, an engineered composite hybrid, rubber and perforated plate, and all options feature tapered openings to virtually eliminate blinding and pegging.