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Vredo HS Highspeed Kommunal

Effizient und universell! Diese Mähmaschine besitzt aufgrund ihrer Höchstgeschwindigkeit (80 km/h) Zugang zu allen Mähorten, auch an Autobahnen. Durch die große Ladekapazität und Wendigkeit kann der VT2716 ohne zusätzliche zu fahrende Kilometer eine hohe Leistung erbringen. Das ist in jedem Sommer ein Gewinn. Und wenn Schnee und Glätte die Straßen unsicher machen, rücken Sie mit großem Material aus. Der VT2716, der seine Sommeraufgaben erfüllt hat und jetzt mit einem Schneepflug und/oder einem Salzstreuer ausgestattet ist. Mit diesem multifunktionalen Fahrzeug verfügen Sie über eine gewaltige Leistung im Kampf um die Sicherheit. Der Schneepflug ist übrigens nicht das einzige Werkzeug, das Sie ankuppeln können. Vredo kann den VT2716 mit verschiedenen DIN-Anbauplatten ausstatten.


 


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Débardeuse JPS MEGA STAR DB75 DENEIGEMENT 2010 HD
La débardeuse JPS MEGA STAR DB75 déneige en cette fin année 2010 dans le Nord où les conditions météo ont été extrème. http://www.jpsconstruction.com http://www.jpsquad.com http://www.lesagri51.com/reportages.php?id_reportage=231 Mots clés : Arrachage Betteraves bettrave JPS construction 12 rangs arrachage arracheuse débardeuse mega star mega master ropa euro tiger grimme moreau matrot gilles holmer agrifac kleine cmc Vervaet betterave fendt déneigeage





Time to collect firewood
Barkbeetle-trees becomes firewood.





BAM Component Carrier
Vredo heeft voor BAM International een 24 meter lang transportvoertuig ontwikkeld. Het is speciaal gebouwd voor de bouw van een 2.4 km lange pier in Papoea-Nieuw Guinea.





MULAG HS2400
MULAG árokásó és padkatisztító berendezés





Claas Xerion Octopus
Claas Xerion mit vier Mähauslegern





Taking The 285 Ton Anode The Last Mile
Here we see the 285 ton anode running it's last mile of a trip that started in Salt Lake City, UT. In the first scene we see the Precision Heavy Haul team making the turn from Arizona Highway 188 onto the US 60 in Claypool, AZ. I thought this turn was going to be a troublesome one for them, but you could tell this wasn't their first rodeo! Arizona DPS officers blocked off the intersection and within 5 minutes the anode was through and traffic was flowing again. Scene two shows the load entering the Freeport McMoRan mine complex in Miami, AZ. An interesting thing to note, is as the load is climbing the very steep grade at the mine, the driver of the lead truck lifts the rear most and unpowered axle on his rig for more traction on his drive axles. The entire set up was reported to be 225 feet long, with the anode itself weighing 285 tons. This was shot on 8-16-11.





Titan Leaf Solutions
The Titan Leaf Solutions line of industrial leaf vacuums. Titan Leaf Solutions are primarily designed for municipal use in public works leaf collection programs. Titan products are more ergonomically designed than any other leaf vacuum. Titan Leaf Pro, Pro Plus, RCH, Spartan Pro Self Contained, Spartan Pro Plus, Leaf Box, Leaf Cap and Chipper Cap.





Henderson - BlackBelt Chassis Mount In-Action
Chassis Mount BlackBelt Live Bottom unit.Unloads as fast as a dump body.





Bandit Model 1590, 1590XP - 17" capacity drum chipper - our most popular!
www.banditchippers.com.au - Our intermediate drum chipper, the Model 1590XP, has become our most popular hydraulic-feed drum-style chipper. The Model 1590XP features our oversized 37-inch diameter drum, nearly twice the diameter of the opposition's drums, and has a bigger throat opening: an amazing 19.75" x 20.5" (502mm x 521mm). This larger opening allows it to effectively compress limby and crotchy material. Two engine options are available - CAT 142hp diesel - or the big 6 cylinder 177hp CAT diesel with 930Nm of torque! The 1590 comes standard with Auto Feed Plus and the hydraulic winch to make the tough jobs easy. The Model 1590XP also features a huge infeed hopper that can effectively compress large amounts of brush and trees. This unit is also a great machine for fibrous material because material enters the feed system at a right angle, with the feed wheels positioned very close to the drum. We have another video of the 1590 chipping PALM TREE trucks and fronds on our YouTube Channel - check it out! The Model 1590XP has become popular among tree crews and Councils alike because of its large infeed hopper opening, compact size and huge chipping capacity. More info at www.banditchippers.com.au Ph in Australia - 1800 681733





XERION FORST
XERION 3800, XERION 3300





CLAAS ARION 400 / 2010
One for all -- the ARION 400. In developing the ARION 400, CLAAS has met the challenge of adapting the technology of the top performance classes to meet the requirements of farmers with smaller farms: proven technology in a compact, modern design in conjunction with premiumrange comfort and ergonomics. A long wheelbase, optimal weight distribution and perfect coordination of the engine and transmission are just some of the benefits of the CLAAS Tractor Concept that give CLAAS its crucial edge over the competition. The ARION from CLAAS - Further information on http://www.claas.com





BR600 biomass harvester
http://www.plaisance-equipements.com Self-propelled GALOTRAX 400 with BR600 Biomass harvester by Plaisance Equipements





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Mini-chargeuses Multione CSF compactes utilisant 80 accessoires




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