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Manufacturers are offering improved models to buy or hire for a wide range of landscaping works, Sally Drury explains.
Having the right equipment is key to efficiency when carrying out ground works, Sally Drury explains.
The latest equipment has upped the ante on power, ease of use and fuel efficiency, Sally Drury reports.
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Another useful piece of kit for transporting tools and materials has been introduced by Isolit-Bravo.
Doosan Infracore's prototype E10 Electric one-tonne micro-excavator is a zero-emissions electric powertrain version of the popular Bobcat E10 model.
Building on the success of its previous E55W model, Bobcat has launched the E57W Stage IIIB-compliant wheeled excavator.
Engineers at JCB have created a compact "one can" solution ensuring that the company's Loadall telescopic handlers meet Stage IV/Tier 4 Final emissions rules. The engine's efficient combustion means there is no need for an expensive diesel particulates filter and its additional service requirements, so there is just an SCR system to reduce NOx.
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