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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Page 64 of 135 65 hydraulic flows to operate an array of attachments. The JCB range also offers excellent visibility due to large front, side and top glass areas, says the company. With the recent introduction of JCB's 18Z-1, 45Z-1, 48Z-1 and 55Z-1 zero tail swing models, and the 19C-1 and 57C-1 conventional tail swing models, JCB says that it of- fers the machines and capabilities that its customers demand and is poised to grab a bigger share of a market expected to continue to grow in coming years. JCB says it has designed its compact excavator range to incorporate five key characteristics: comfort, controllability, reliability, serviceability and performance. The company notes that the 18Z-1, 19C-1 and 8029 compact excavator models provide precision control, great service access and an exceptional operator environment — all in a compact package that's easy to transport and ideal for size-restricted jobsites. Meanwhile JCB's 45Z-1, 48Z, 55Z, 85Z and 90Z zero tail swing compact excavators address the need for compact machines that are quick, powerful and productive. Easy- to-operate and control, a ZTS compact excavator bears serious consideration, particu- larly when it comes to stability and power. The 57C, 67C, 86C and 100C offer the same high performance with minimal tail swing. The JCB compact excavator range offers a multitude of machines that are useful across a whole host of applications and sites. For home building, construction, rental, engineering, rail construction and site preparation, mid-range models are easy to use and compact, with excellent visibility, power boost and lift capabilities. In addition, the company's zero tail swing and best- in-class full-swing radius means less chance of damage to buildings, equipment and machines, greater visibility over the rear, effective working in confined spaces and the potential to work in a single lane of traffic for minimized disruption and cost.

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