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24 | www.cedmag.com | Construction Equipment Distribution | March 2015 Kubota Enters Skid Steer Market with SSV-Series Kubota Tractor Corporation unveiled its new SSV-Series skid- steer loaders designed to meet the needs of customers in the construction, rental and agriculture segments. e SSV-Series includes the 64 gross horsepower SSV65 and the 74 gross horse- power SSV75, both available at Kubota dealerships starting this June. With this introduction, Kubota now offers a full line of compact construction equipment. Both SSV models feature a unique, slide-up, front-entry door that rises overhead, instead of swinging out. is design allows the door to be opened regardless of loader position so that the operator can enter and exit the machine even when the skid steer is in a tight or difficult position. Other standard features include a spacious, dust-resistant pressurized cabin with an optimized climate control system, and a side light that allows for better visibility and safer operation at night. In addition, an optional multi-function lever feature is available, allowing for fingertip control of major machine and implement functions. e SSV-Series is powered by an EPA Tier-4 certified four-cylinder Kubota diesel engine. With standard two-speed travel and optional high-flow hydraulics, Kubota's vertical li geometry skid steers will meet the needs of Kubota customers across the construction, rental and agriculture segments. e SSV65 boasts a rated operating capacity of 1,950 pounds and bucket breakout force of 4,839 pounds; the SSV75 has a rated operating capacity of 2,690 pounds and bucket breakout force of 5,884 pounds. e loaders on the SSV-Series are easily capable of dumping into a dump truck with 10-foot sides. e SSV65 and SSV75 feature hand-and-foot controls, and pilot control models are expected to join the lineup next year. For more information visit www.kubota.com Liebherr Construction Equipment Co. Introduces the L538 Wheel loader e L 538 features a Z-bar linkage for standard operations, achieves a tipping load straight of 22,485 pounds at an operating weight of 29,000 pounds and is driven by a 154HP engine. is loader is equipped with a 3.53 cubic yard quick hitch re-handling bucket with bolt on cutting edge. e L538 wheel loader belongs to the new generation of mid-size range loaders, highly versatile machines suitable for a multitude of applications. e implementation of energy efficiency technologies such as the hydrostatic drive combined with the Liebherr Power Efficiency system (LPE), optimizes the interaction between drive components. is system is able to adjust the performance and power for every working situation, enhancing the efficiency of the wheel loader and providing additional fuel savings up to 25 percent. e configuration of the machine and the positioning of its engine also contribute to fuel economy. e engine is used as natural counterweight. e center point of gravity of the drive line components is behind the rear axle to avoid unnecessary additional counterweight. For more info visit www.liebherr.us.com >> READY TO ORDER 64- and 74-hp models to arrive at dealerships in June. Cummins Gas Generator is Mobile Off-Highway Certified Cummins Power Generation has extended its range of gas fueled generator set capabili- ties with a natural gas version that boasts U.S. EPA Mobile Off-Highway (MOH) emissions certification. e introduc- tion of the MOH-certified model means that the 334 kWe continuous rated generator set is now deployable across a wider variety of applications. e EPA MOH emis- sions certification allows the lean-burn gas QSK19 60 Hz generator set running within the certified range of fuels to be redeployed within 12 months of being installed at a site. is offers particular benefits to industries with a requirement for short-term power including companies in the oil and gas sector. EPA MOH certification also represents a crucial advan- tage to rental fleet operators, who frequently need to deploy generators fortemporary power. The Cummins QSK19 based generator set family is equipped for low-maintenance operation on-grid as well as base load applications. Generator sets that run on natural gas offer a significant advantage in that the gas they utilize can be supplied continuously even when other infrastructure, such as roads, are out of service. For more information visit power.cummins.com

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