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46 | www.cedmag.com | Construction Equipment Distribution | April 2014 New & Improved Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas, Inc., unveiled their R220LC-9A Amphibious Excavator at ConExpo 2014. This midsize excavator is equipped with amphibious undercarriage designed for wet environments like swamps and marshes. It's ideal for maneuvering in soft terrain applications such as dredging a waterway or construction on wetlands. The R220LC-9A features hydraulic extendable pontoons constructed with premium grade steel that are designed for floatation on water. A proprietary design utilizes multi- synchronous hydraulic motors on each pontoon. Multiple active motors are provided to propel each pontoon for sufficient power making it virtually undeterred in any terrain. Optional supplementary pontoons can be added on each side of the machine to boost stability in deeper water to a maximum of 14.1 feet (4.3 meters). The R220LC-9A amphibious model is equipped with track shoes/cleats that are robotically welded. Each pontoon comes with three strands of heavy-duty track chains, constructed with high yield strength tensile steel. The 22-ton (44,000 pound) class R220LC-9A Amphibious excavator boasts a 20-foot, 8-inch arm and a maximum dig depth of 34 feet, 11 inches. For more information visit www.hceamericas.com Charter Software Announces ASPEN Sales Kiosk (ASK) Charter Software, one of two software vendors approved for Doosan-Bobcat dealers, recently launched their new dealer- ship sales enhance- ment tool, ASPEN Sales Kiosk (ASK). ASK is a sales tool application that runs on a Windows 8 touch- screen in conjunction with the dealership's ASPEN business management system. ASK aids in-store customers with a "self-serve" means to search for parts and units information. When searching for parts using ASK, customers can view a parts description, in-store availability, and images of the part along with the dealership's floor map indicating the part's location. Customers can also search for units using a variety of search terms such as model, name, unit description, etc., and pull up detailed information and images. For more information visit www.chartersoftware.com Hyundai Unveils Amphibious Excavator The R220LC-9A is ideal for working in soft terrain. Sany's New Telescopic Boom Crawler Crane At CONEXPO-CON/Agg 2014 Sany introduced its newest crawler crane. A five-section, telescopic boom upperworks combined with a crawler lowerworks, gives the new SCC8100TBXL model provides the dual advantages of a crawler crane and hydraulic crane. The machine features a boom that uses heavy-duty nylon rope instead of the commonly used steel cable, enabling a lighter weight boom design with no sacrifice in boom strength. The machine is particularly well suited for road and bridge building. The SCC8100TBXL crane has a maximum lift capacity of 110 tons, a maximum boom height of 155.8 feet, total counterweight of 81,570 pounds, and maximum gradeability of 60 percent. A 300-hp Cummins QSL9-C300 Tier 4 Interim-certi- fied engine powers the SCC8100TBXL crane. Its Porsche-designed UltraCab 2 provides optimum operator comfort and safety. Operators will find a combination of comfort, control and safety features in the Porsche-designed Sany UltraCab 2, which provides enhanced ergonomics, large windows for clear visibility, heat and air conditioning, and well-placed function screens and video monitors to enhance operator control. Sany- designed and manufactured electrical and intelligence systems on the SCC8100TBXL crawler crane ensure quality, efficiency and high performance. For more information visit www.sanyamerica.com 46_N&I_Index_KP.indd 46 3/27/14 4:43 PM

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