Compact Equipment

JUL 2018

Compact Equipment is a magazine dedicated to equipment owners and operators of small, nimble, tool-carrying construction, landscape and ag equipment — such as skid steers, mini excavators, compact tractors, generators compressors and beyond.

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134 Compact Equipment JULY/AUGUST 2018 That's the number of new compact excavators JCB North America recently released to meet the needs of construc- tion, landscaping and rental customers. The largest of the two machines is the 19C-1, a 4,211-lb conventional tail swing model. The smaller 18Z-1 has an operating weight of 3,856 lbs and is JCB's first zero tail swing machine in the 1- to 2-ton excavator class. The JCB 18Z-1 and 19C-1 com- pact excavators share a common design philosophy, based on durability and simplified maintenance, and common features such as all-steel bodywork and 500-hour greasing intervals. Both models also have integrated tie-down points to aid transportation without damaging the tracks, as well as a two-year/2,000-hour warranty. For more info, visit jcb. com . That's the amount of dollars Chicago Pneumatic Power Technique (CP) collected through its campaign to raise awareness for autism. The company recently held a check presentation ceremony in partnership with Franklin Equipment, a CP dealer. Hosted at Franklin Equipment's facility in Groveport, Ohio, CP presented a $6,500 check to Scott Badesch, president of the Autism Society of Amer- ica. At The Rental Show in February, CP wrapped its CPG 25 generator with the iconic puzzle pieces of the Autism Society of America and announced that for every CPG 25 unit sold at the show, the manufacturer would donate $500. The money raised comes directly from the sale of 13 units. In addition to purchasing the wrapped show floor model, Franklin Equipment donated another $500. For more info, visit cp.com . That's the number of service locations Deutz Power Cen- ter Midwest now offers to its customers. Deutz Power Center Midwest, located in North Kansas City, Mo., has added the entire state of Kansas to its coverage area, which also includes Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois and northern Indiana. To better support customers in this large region, the company supplies products and services from five locations and has expanded its number of employees by 40 percent. Deutz Power Centers provide dedicated application engineering and technical sales resources closer to smaller and mid-sized machinery manufacturers that utilize Deutz products. Man- ufacturers can receive custom, value-added production and assembly services that result in the best possible Deutz solu- tion for their needs. For more info, visit deutzsupport.com . e s 2 5 6 , 5 0 0

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