Hino L Series conventional trucks.
Hino Trucks, Novi, Michigan, has announced its new M Series Class 4/5 cab-over engine (COE) trucks and new L Series Class 6/7 conventional trucks, which, combined with Hino’s recently launched XL Series Class 7/8 vehicles, create a cohesive family of commercial trucks. Features of the L Series trucks include:
- a “bolder” front fascia with optional LED headlights.
- a re-engineered cab with an automotive grade finish, steering wheel controls, a large 7-inch LCD multi-information display, more storage and more legroom.
- multiple safety systems, including electronic stability control, collision mitigation and more.
- new wheelbase options and extended and crew cab configurations.
Visit www.hino.com for more information.
Sennebogen eGreen electric drive for material handlers.
Sennebogen LLC, Stanley, North Carolina, has released developments with its electrically powered material handlers, which it demonstrated with its 830 E Series material handler during the Germany-based bauma 2019 event. Features of the eGreen electric drive on the 830 E material handler includes:
- a 225-horsepower electric motor with power supplier through a
- large cable connection behind the machine.
- an integrated power pack that allows the machine to generate its own power.
- more mobility.
- ability to quickly switch from electric power to diesel.
Visit www.sennebogen-na.com for more information.
CBI 6400CT horizontal grinder.
Continental Biomass Industries (CBI) premiered the 6400CT horizontal grinder and chipper at the 2019 Factory Forum at its headquarters in Newton, New Hampshire. Features of the grinder include:
- a new cassette-style clamshell design for end-users to quickly swap out rotors.
- ability to switch from grinding to chipping in a fraction of the time.
- four interchangeable rotors for versatility.
- ability to grind contaminated demolition debris, railroad ties, whole trees, pallets, storm debris, shingles, logs, mulch, slash and stumps.
Visit www.terex.com/cbi/en for more information.
Inficon IRwin methane leak detector.
Elkins Earthworks LLC, a provider of landfill gas monitoring solutions based in Wadsworth, Ohio, has announced a new partnership with Switzerland-based Inficon to add its software to the detector. Features of the detector with Elkins’ software include:
- elimination of the need for a hydrogen-fueled flame ionization detector instrument by providing accurate infrared methane detection.
- Method 21 calibration verification.
- instantaneous and integrated scanning functionality.
- GPS position tracking and real-time mapping.
Visit www.elkinsearthworks.com for more information.