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THE MAGAZINE OF CABLEPRICE (NZ) LTD – winter 2019

MAXIMUM POWER FAR NORTH ROADING

John Deere 620G

AARAN PASCOE CONTRACTORS McCloskey I34R

ROBERTSON & BATTOCK

Isuzu CYZ460 Euro 5


Track & Wheel is designed and published on behalf of CablePrice (NZ) Ltd, and produced by the marketing department. Design & Printing TWR Media Please direct any feedback or suggestions to marketing@cableprice.co.nz or mail: CablePrice Track & Wheel magazine PO Box 38040 Wellington Mail Centre New Zealand The Track & Wheel staff would like to thank all of the customers who made this issue possible. CablePrice (NZ) Ltd 41-51 Bell Road South Gracefield Lower Hutt New Zealand T: 04 568 4289 F: 04 568 4283 marketing@cableprice.co.nz To receive your free copy of Track & Wheel, visit www.cableprice.co.nz and select ‘about us’ then ‘Track & Wheel’. Cover image: OceanaGold’s new 360-tonne Hitachi EX3600

Copyright: CablePrice (NZ) Ltd 2019, all rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part is forbidden except with the written permission of the publisher. The opinions and thoughts expressed in this publication, whether factual or otherwise, are those of the individual writer and do not necessarily reflect those held by CablePrice (NZ) Ltd. While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of information published in Track & Wheel, CablePrice (NZ) Ltd accept no responsibility for inaccuracies or omissions.


NEWS

Managing Director’s address.....................................................................4 Staff milestones..........................................................................................5 KCM merges with HCM as part of restructuring................................ 5 New appointees..........................................................................................6 Careers with CablePrice.............................................................................7 Top Hitachi Technician.............................................................................8 New Kerikeri branch.................................................................................10 National Excavator Operator Competition..........................................11 CablePrice signs distributor agreement with MB Crusher ................12 McCloskey I54Rv3 debuts at bauma 2019............................................14 CablePrice reintroduces Bell Tele Logger.............................................15 Bell B45E 4x4 launched...........................................................................16 John Deere manufacturing milestone....................................................18 Open Generating Sets .............................................................................19

Contents AFTER HOURS

Colouring competition.............................................................................42 Merchandise...............................................................................................44

RECENT DELIVERIES

Isuzu deliveries...........................................................................................46 Equipment deliveries................................................................................48

SPECIFICATIONS

Isuzu.............................................................................................................54 Hitachi.........................................................................................................57 John Deere..................................................................................................60 Bell................................................................................................................64 McCloskey..................................................................................................65

SUPPORT SECTION

John Deere Link.........................................................................................20 Hitachi ConSite..........................................................................................21

COVER STORY

OceanaGold’s Hitachi EX3600 excavator.............................................22

PRODUCT ARTICLE

John Deere 959MH tracked harvesters and Hitachi ZX330 excavator.....................................................................................................26 Bell B20E LGP..........................................................................................28 Montabert XL1000 breaker.....................................................................30 Isuzu CYZ460 Euro 5..............................................................................32 John Deere 620G Motor Grader............................................................34 Isuzu FTR750 truck and a Hitachi ZX55U-5 excavator.....................36 McCloskey I34R recirculating Impact Crusher....................................40

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TRACK & WHEEL – NEWS

Managing Director’s Address Pat Ward—Managing Director

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i all, Welcome to the winter edition of the Track & Wheel. A lot has been going on at CablePrice since our last edition and many of you will have seen a number of changes at CablePrice. The most significant change has been the transition away from CablePrice acting in the capacity of importer and distributor of the Scania product in New Zealand. On 31 December 2018, after approximately 27 years, Scania New Zealand formally took over as importer and distributor of the Scania product in New Zealand. Of course, CablePrice remain an integral part of the Scania model in New Zealand as we partner with Scania NZ to continue to support the Scania product from as far north as Kerikeri through to Invercargill in the Deep South. We look forward to working with Scania to support your business for many more years to come. Some of you will be aware we have implemented a new Dealer Management System here at CablePrice. We went live on our new system at the beginning of October 2018. Like most new system implementations, it has not been without its challenges and many will notice delays in CablePrice getting invoices to you. We have been working hard on this and most of you should be seeing an improvement in this as time goes on. Once fully settled down, our new system will provide the platform to deliver enhanced service levels in the future and enable you and us to interact differently in the future making full use of modern technology. Thank you for your patience. At CablePrice, we are always looking to improve how we serve you, our customer. We know there are always ways to improve what we are doing. 2019 will see a very strong focus on how CablePrice provides parts to our customer base. We will be looking at both having the right part in the right place at the right time and at the various means by which you will actually be able to purchase parts from us. There is nothing

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more frustrating to a business than to be held up due to product downtime because a part is not readily available. Our new systems, along with a specific organisational focus on improved parts supply, will enable us to make significant leaps in this area and I hope that most of you will notice this as the year goes on. Earlier this year, CablePrice announced the establishment of a new Special Products Division. This division is headed up by Jason Cann who comes to us with great experience from within our industry, most recently from the holding the Country Manager role at Penske Commercial Vehicles NZ. Jason has actually been with CablePrice for something like 18 months on a contract basis before taking up this new role with us. He will be responsible for the success of a number of exciting products in the NZ market, including Isuzu trucks, McCloskey crushing and screening equipment, HSC crawler cranes, and more. The Special Products Division has been formed as a direct result of an awareness that there is more to CablePrice than what you see at first glance. We wanted to bring these products out from under the shadow of our higher volume franchise products such as Hitachi and John Deere and create a larger awareness in the market that we really are a “Total Solution” provider. April has also seen us welcome in a new Deputy Managing Director, Keisuke (Ken) Okuzumi, and a new General Manager—Parts and Service, Chris Hovelle. These are new faces that bring new thinking to how we operate as a business and how we serve you and your business. All of CablePrice is dedicated to being the best we can and I am looking forward to delivering constantly improving outcomes over the coming year. Be safe. Pat Ward


TRACK & WHEEL – NEWS

Long-service milestones Full name

Current location

Joining date

Current job title

Total length of service years

Geoff Bellinger

Auckland

27/05/69

Technician – EQ

50

Geoffery Fallow

Invercargill

16/01/89

Technician - EQ

30

James Causer

PDC

08/03/99

Technician - CV

20

Gearoid O'Connell

Auckland

13/10/08

Technician - CV

10

Anthony Jones

Nelson

20/10/08

Technician - EQ

10

Al-Muzill Izaz Yunus

Auckland

11/12/08

Technician - CV

10

Vasa Attili

Wellington

23/02/09

Warranty Coordinator

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50 YEARS AT CABLERPRICE! GEOFF BELLINGER At a time when the median job tenure for all employed people is four years, a 50-year tenure is nothing short of amazing

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n 27 May 1969, yes 1969, a very young Geoff Bellinger started an adult apprenticeship at the CablePrice Auckland branch (which was, at that stage, located by the Mt Wellington off-ramp). He took about three years to complete his apprenticeship, heading into the world of equipment repairs across the Auckland region. Over the next few years, Geoff made his way through the ranks to Assistant Service Manager, Workshop Supervisor, and then on to the role of Equipment Team Leader in 1984, eventually looking after the northern part of the North Island, putting his mark on training, development, and the overall direction of the way CablePrice carried out equipment servicing. In the mid-1990s, Geoff was responsible for starting up the North Shore branch (finding it much closer to home with his young family), setting it up with one truck and two other mechanics. He was responsible for building the relationships with new customers, developing staff and processes to ensure positive results, and maintaining standards across the new branch. Under his tutelage, Geoff put three ‘Hitachi Top Technicians’ through their paces, with two of them winning the World titles,

something no one else has managed to achieve. Only in 2015 did he decide to move back into a shopfloor role, giving away the management roles that he had mastered over the years. He still, at 75 years young, keeps up with the younger ‘whipper-snappers’ (as he calls them) and teaches them a trick or two to keep them on their toes! The North Shore branch still has customers that specifically ask for Geoff and don’t mind paying for him to travel across Auckland to get to their machines because of his knowledge and skills, which is a real credit to him. On Saturday, 25 May, CablePrice celebrated Geoff ’s 50 years of service with a surprise party at a local establishment in Warkworth along with almost 100 of his old colleagues, customers, friends, and family (with his son travelling home from Chile especially for this event). There were plenty of stories to tell, with lots of laughter, smiles, and reminiscing of Geoff ’s legendary status and endeavours over the years. The best part was that we managed to keep it from Geoff (who we knew would ‘run for the hills’ if he found out) and the look of surprise made it all worthwhile. On behalf of the team at CablePrice, congratulations Geoff. We are richer for having you in our team and being able to call you a friend and colleague. Your skills, tricks, and knowledge are second to none and you are a true gentleman. Well done on an awesome effort (but there’s no retirement yet!). n CablePrice

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Recent appointments Keisuke (Ken) Okuzumi, Deputy Managing Director CablePrice is delighted to announce the recent arrival of Keisuke Okuzumi (known as Ken) to the position of Deputy Managing Director. With 20 years’ experience working for Hitachi, Ken brings a wealth of international experience and product knowledge to CablePrice, having previously worked for Hitachi Construction Machinery in China and Europe before his most recent 2 year post at Hitachi Construction Machinery Loaders, America. “This is my first time to New Zealand and being involved with CablePrice. Everyone I’ve meet has been both very welcoming and supportive. I look forward to getting around the country over the coming months and meeting both the staff that

make up CablePrice as well as our customers. I’m very excited about this opportunity at CablePrice”, says Ken. Pat Ward, Managing Director & COO of CablePrice New Zealand, says, “I am looking forward to working with Ken and see him as a great asset to CablePrice and the Executive Management Team. Please join me in welcoming Ken and his family to New Zealand and CablePrice”

Chris Hovelle, General Manager, Parts and Service Division, Head Office CablePrice is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Chris Hovelle to the role of General Manager, Parts and Service. Chris has been associated with commercial and heavy equipment for almost 20 years, having had extensive experience working in the Construction, Quarry, Forestry, Material Handling/Waste, and Agricultural sectors over his career. Chris’ industry experience has given him an in-depth understanding of customer expectations across a large number of business sectors. Chris is highly focused on all aspects of the business, providing a dynamic overview of solutions aimed at improving, maintaining, and evolving the customer

experience, both internally and externally – with a strong focus on the customer as the end user. “Chris has extensive knowledge of our industry, including a large amount of experience working in various business units of Liebherr, including five years as Operations Manager in NZ. I am very excited about what skills and experience Chris will bring to CablePrice,”says Pat Ward, Managing Director and COO of CablePrice.

New Account Manager for the Equipment Division In January 2019, CablePrice welcomed Donal Campbell into the fold as the latest Account Manager to join the equipment sales team. Donal is based at the Auckland branch and joins Simon in looking after prospects and customers in the Auckland region. He comes to CablePrice with extensive sales and business development experience, having worked in vehicle and trucking industries and will bring a fresh approach, connections and opportunities to the team. “It’s great to be on-board with CablePrice and working with a fantastic team of support personnel. The direction and future vision of the company will certainly galvanise the support we offer to our 6

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customers as well as the fantastic products that we market. I look forward to building relationships with new and existing customers to better understand their businesses and help provide solutions to the challenges that they may face,” says Donal. “It is great to have Donal join our Equipment Sales division and will further strengthen the great sales team we already have at CablePrice,” says James Magill, CablePrice National Equipment Sales Manager.


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Career Opportunities

Michael De Vries, Ryan Newson, Finn McCormack, Justus Paitai, Alanna Mikkelson, Jacob Williams, Andrew Peel, Justin Burnett recently joined our team of cadets.

With 15 branches throughout the country and a staff of close to 400, CablePrice has a wealth of career opportunities available. A professional development programme, technical training that is second to none, plus opportunities for internal transfers and promotions, places CablePrice in a competitive position as an employer of choice.

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ablePrice provides many opportunities in Management, Sales, Technical roles, Parts, Special Products, and Administration. And having a direct connection with Hitachi and other international manufactures present staff with overseas opportunities as well. This may be by way of training, attending conferences, or competing with other countries on a world stage for international awards and recognition. “Our bi-annual cadet intake programme provides the opportunity to those who are intent on a career as a diesel technician to become fully qualified within an industryleading organisation, achieving a worldwide qualification without the burden of a student loan and with great career prospects. With support from our internal assessors and MITO, cadets can complete their training knowing they will be fully supported through the programme,” says CablePrice HR Manager Tara Jamieson. CablePrice’s technician training programme is run

by Darren O’Connor, the Technical Trainer, who has previously led technicians to success in the Hitachi Top Technician World Finals in 2014, 2017, and 2018. Additionally, the CablePrice Whangarei team won the Scania Top Team Championship in 2018, while the Christchurch team won it in 2016. Tara goes on to say that CablePrice decided to do away with the old system of paying training rates in favour of employing cadets on a minimum wage with regular pay increases as their skill level grows. “This makes for a more attractive and financially viable opportunity for those wishing to pursue this career pathway.” Once qualified, career options may include national and international travel opportunities, advancement to Senior and Master Technician levels, climbing the ranks to Team Leader, Service Advisor or maybe even Service or Operations Manager to name just a few of the possibilities. You couldn’t ask for more. n CablePrice

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KCM merges with HCM as part of the restructuring

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CM Corporation (Kawasaki Construction Machinery), a specialised wheel loader manufacturer was merged into its parent company, HCM (Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd) in April 2019. While KCM have been manufacturing wheel loaders for HCM for a number of years, and both brands have been available here in New Zealand, HCM ultimately planned to unify the brands to Hitachi. Kawasaki wheel loaders will no longer be sold under the Kawasaki brand but will continue, from 1 May 2019, to be sold by CablePrice (NZ) Ltd – a wholly owned subsidiary of HCM, under the Hitachi brand and thus will broaden the existing Hitachi wheel loader model line-up. This change will ensure that customers, committed to the features and benefits of the Kawasaki model line-up, can continue to purchase and operate these machines under the Hitachi brand via CablePrice. “Kawasaki wheel loaders have had a successful history with MIMICO spanning many years, and we look forward to continuing this success. CablePrice will focus on providing customers with a seamless transition, ensuring a quality aftersales service is provided through our 18-strong nationwide branch and service network while continuing to grow new

wheel loader sales. “Under the new scenario, CablePrice have also appointed Mimico as an authorised service agent so that Mimico can continue to service their existing Kawasaki customer base now and into the future,” says CablePrice Managing Director & Chief Operating Officer Pat Ward. “MIMICO and CablePrice have shared a strong relationship over many years. We are working closely with CablePrice to ensure our customers experience minimal disruption to their businesses. I’d like to reassure owners of Kawasaki wheel loaders that they will continue to receive ongoing support for their machines now and for many years to come. We will be visiting these customers to explain how this situation effects them over the next month,” Chris Gray, General Manager MIMICO n

VACANCIES AVAILABLE NATIONWIDE Due to industry growth and the desire to offer our customers the very best service we would be keen to hear from anyone interested in the following roles: •

SERVICE MANAGERS

WORKSHOP TEAM LEADERS

ENGINEERS

HEAVY DIESEL MECHANICS – COMMERCIAL VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT

CablePrice (NZ) Ltd is the exclusive authorised dealer in New Zealand for Hitachi Construction Machinery, John Deere Construction and Forestry Equipment, BELL Construction Machinery and McCloskey Screening and Crushing. CablePrice is also the largest Scania Truck and Bus service dealer in the country. With a proud history of 65 years in the industry, CablePrice NZ Ltd employs over 390 staff and has 13 branches nationwide and continues to grow as a company and drive towards a strong future. Home of New Zealand's top Isuzu Truck Technician 2018, Hitachi Top Technician Oceania 2018 and the Scania Regional Top Team winners for 2018 and World champions in 2016. CablePrice boasts a second-to-none training programme for our technicians, which includes individual skills mapping and some personalised training.

In return, CablePrice can offer you • A competitive remuneration package • Discounted health insurance premiums with Southern Cross • An opportunity to work for a wellestablished, reputable company

• Significant in-house training and career enhancement opportunities • Interesting and varied work • A supportive team environment

If you feel you have what it takes, have a strong customer service background and want to work for a successful organisation that is growing, contact us now at hr@cableprice.co.nz Want to be notified when other roles are advertised? Sign up to our email alerts now at www.cableprice.co.nz/Careers

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TRACK & WHEEL – NEWS

2019 Hitachi Top Tech Championship Pat Ward & Sam Reese

Sam in foreground L - R Peter Finlay, Aidan Mahony, Sam Reese, Stephan Ebert, Lucas Solomon and Pat Ward

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hile, Thursday, 23 May marked an ordinary day for most, it was one of much apprehension for three CablePrice technicians, who spent the morning mentally preparing themselves for the much-anticipated National Hitachi Top Tech championship 2019. Hosted at Auckland branch, the day kicked off with our three competitors: Sam Reese from Greymouth, Lucas Solomon from Gisborne, and Stephan Ebert from Hastings, sitting an open-book theory exam. This written component involved tracing a nominated hydraulic circuit on a Hitachi excavator, which, by itself, is no easy task without the added time pressure of just 90 minutes for completing this leg of the competition. A short break and a chance to get the pulse rate back down and it was time to breakout the tools for round 2 – fault diagnoses. With three identical Hitachi ZX130-5 excavators on hand, each was pre-loaded with numerous electrical and hydraulic faults. Just to be sure all was fair, it was a quick round of ‘paper, scissors, rock’ to determine which excavator would be

allocated to each tech. Once again, no pressure – just three faults plus one hidden to identify and fix – all carried out within the 75-minute timeframe and under the watchful eyes of judges and other CablePrice staff. With rounds one and two under the belt, it was time to write up the job card report and face the firing squad of questions from the interview panel, which aims to quiz each competitor on their general safety, industry and product knowledge. As round 3 was finally brought to a close late in the afternoon, the techs could finally take a breather, while the judges squirrelled themselves away to tally up the score sheets. At a dinner hosted later that evening, National Equipment Technical Trainer Darren O’Connor announced that it was Sam Reese who topped out on the leader board, thus crowned New Zealand’s Hitachi Top Tech champion for 2019. Sam will go on to represent CablePrice and New Zealand in the Regional championship, happening in Australia this August. A massive pat on the back Sam. We’re all very proud of you and can’t wait to see what round 2 brings! n

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Riki Lum wins 25th National Excavator Operator Competition

2019 National Excavator Operator Competition champion

This year marks the 25th year of the National Excavator Operator Competition and another year for the Hitachi orange being showcased in the field. CablePrice has been sponsoring the National Excavator Operator Competition for many years with suppling Hitachi excavators of all sizes to the event. The competition was held at the Central Districts Field Days in Feilding on 15–16 March 2019 and the excavator used was a ZX120-5 series.

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iki Lum was named the winner of the National Excavator Operator Competition at an awards dinner on Saturday night following two days of intense competition against the country’s top excavator operators at Central Districts Field Days in Feilding. Organised by national association Civil Contractors New Zealand (CCNZ), the competition saw the 10 regional champion excavator operators navigate a twoday long course to test their skills against one another using Hitachi excavators. The competition can feature tasks such as tests of ‘real-world’ skills, for example, traversing a trench or lifting and relocating a manhole cover. They can also include crowd-pleasing tests of precision such as uncorking a champagne bottle using an excavator bucket’s teeth or slam dunking a basketball into a two-storey concrete pipe. Lum was certainly up for the challenge. Lum comes from Kiripaka in Whangarei and works as an excavator operator for Northland-based civil construction company Clements Contractors. He is a father of five and grandfather of nine. He thanked the competition judges and officials for inspiring him to improve his skills over the past year, particularly James Lux, the 2013 competition champion who now sets and judges the One-Day Job Challenge – a technical challenge Lum had struggled with in the previous year’s competition. “James, you made me step my game up. Last year, I had the skills on the course, but I had nothing in the One-Day Job,” said Lum, who came back to win this year’s One-Day Job challenge by more than 20 percentage points above his

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National Excavator Operator Competition Champion Riki Lum and partner Michelle Lee

nearest rival in the challenge and earned him the coveted One-Day Job Cup in addition to the national title. CCNZ Chief Executive Peter Silcock congratulated the CCNZ Manawatu Branch for 25 years of delivering the competition, originally conceived by local contractors Graeme Blackley and Grant Smith. “A lot of work goes on behind the scenes to deliver a successful competition. The commitment of the Manawatu Branch has helped the competition to grow and evolve over time. It’s just getting better as time goes on.” Jim Beamsley of Central Demolition in Palmerston North took second place in the competition with a consistent all-round performance while Josh Keane of SouthRoads in Otago took third. Each took home a significant prize pack. n


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Kerikeri’s bigger and better new home

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or many years, Northland has been a prominent region for CablePrice, with many of our customers basing themselves in this area. Proving a particularly popular hub for many of its longstanding customers, CablePrice established a service support presence in Kerikeri a number of years ago, initially as a mobile base, serviced by our Whangarei branch and more recently, as a standalone branch with its own workshop. However, in response to increasing demand for our services in the region, the Kerikeri branch was re-located in January this year, to bigger and better premises, where the branch can now offer full truck, bus, and equipment servicing. In addition, it also operated a full parts department and employs additional staff to meet customer demand. “Over the past few years, we have continued to build on the relationships formed between CablePrice Whangarei and the Northland community and are excited to have this new full-service branch operating in Kerikeri,” says Whangarei Service Manager Simon de Prinse. “Servicing our key customers in this area and moving closer to their business is a show of our commitment to this growing region,” Simon says. “In addition to now being able to offer full workshop services, we will still continue to offer field service support to our customers.” Next time you’re in the area, pop in and say G’day to the team. We’re now located at 20 Kerikeri Inlet Road, Kerikeri. Alternatively, give us a call – our number remains the same 09 401 6032. n CablePrice

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CablePrice signs distributor agreement with MB Crusher

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talian-based MB Crusher, recognised worldwide as an industry leader in developing and creating construction equipment mounted products for the crushing, demolition, and recycling industries, has, in an agreement signed in April at this year’s Bauma International trade show in Germany, appointed CablePrice as their Exclusive Distributor for New Zealand and Pacific Islands. “We are excited about this agreement with MB Crusher. They have a great reputation and produce an excellent range of machine mounted crushers and screeners that will complement our existing line-up of Montebert attachments and McCloskey crushers,” says CablePrice General Manager, Special Products, Jason Cann “We see this as a natural extension to the high-quality range of equipment that we have been known for delivering to our customers for over 65 years. We’re excited to be moving forward with MB Crusher as this will give our customers local access and aftersales support to additional international product lines,” says Jason. Crusher buckets Perfect for on-site crushing of inert materials and the first one-of-its-kind to be introduced on the market, the MB Crusher Bucket is a piece of equipment that works by taking advantage of the hydraulic system of the excavators to which it is fitted.

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It has many areas of applications: from building demolitions in general, to the requalification of former industrial and urban areas to the processing of excavation materials, from the earth movement sector to road works, from quarries to mines, from environmental reclamation to applications on rocky soil. Screening buckets Perfect for the selection of natural materials, both before and after the crushing phase, the MB-S screening buckets reduce crushing times by up to 60%, consequently allowing you to salvage materials suited to the type of job being carried out and to manage them in the best way possible. Shafts Screener The innovative MB-HDS Screening Bucket is available in four models, with interchangeable shafts, suitable for different material selection requirements. As with all MB Crusher’s machines, the MB-HDS can be easily installed on excavators, backhoes, skid steers, and loaders of any brand (ranging from 6000kg to 35,000kg) allowing them to work on any job site: from city construction to remote agricultural grounds. For more on the MB Crusher range, visit www.cableprice.co.nz or contact your local CablePrice Equipment Sales Specialist. n


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MB Crusher

n Efficient Hydraulics n Productive n Stable n Equipped n Hardox

MB Screening Bucket

Models

MB-C50 S2

BF60.1 S4

BF70.2 S4

BF80.3 S4

BF90.3 S4

BF120.4 S4

BF 135.8

BF 150.10

RECOMMENDED EXCAVATOR

≥ 5 Ton

≥ 8 Ton

≥ 14 Ton

≥ 18,5 Ton

≥ 21 Ton

≥ 30 Ton

≥ 43 Ton

≥ 70 Ton

RECOMMENDED BACKHOE LOADER

* ≥ 5 Ton

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-

-

-

-

-

WEIGHT

0,75 Ton

1,60 Ton

2,30 Ton

3 Ton

3,50 Ton

4,80 Ton

7,50 Ton

10,50 Ton

LOAD CAPACITY

0,15 m3

0,55 m3

0,66 m3

0,70 m3

0,90 m3

1,30 m3

1,60 m3

2,30 m3

PRESSURE

> 200 bar

> 220 bar

> 220 bar

> 220 bar

> 220 bar

> 220 bar

> 230 bar

> 230 bar

OIL FLOW

90 l/min.

98 l/min.

140 l/min.

160 l/min.

180 l/min.

210 l/min.

320 l/ min.

380 l/ min.

MOUTH OPENING WIDTH

540 mm

610 mm

740 mm

850 mm

910 mm

1205 mm

1300 mm

1450 mm

MOUTH OPENING HEIGHT

250 mm

500 mm

510 mm

510 mm

540 mm

540 mm

600 mm

700 mm

Models

MB-LS170

MB-LS220 S2

MB-S10 S4

MB-S14 S4

MB-S18 S4

MB-S23

RECOMMENDED EXCAVATOR

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-

≥ 3,5 Ton

≥ 9 < 20 Ton

≥ 20 < 35 Ton

≥ 35 Ton

RECOMMENDED LOADER

≥ 6,5 < 11 Ton

≥ 12 < 25 Ton

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-

-

-

RECOMMENDED BACKHOE

≥ 6,5 < 11 Ton

≥ 12 < 25 Ton

* ≥ 4 < 9 Ton

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-

-

WEIGHT

1,35 Ton

2,80 Ton

0,39 Ton

1,10 Ton

2 Ton

3,75 Ton

LOAD CAPACITY

1,10 m3

2,40 m3

0,32 m3

1,10 m3

2,40 m3

4,30 m3

PRESSURE/COUNTER PRESSURE

> 150 bar

> 200 bar

> 130 bar

> 150 bar

> 200 bar

> 320 / < 5 bar

120 l/min.

160 l/min.

n Simplified n Reliable and High-Performing n Easy to Transport n High Output n Maximum Versatility n Equipped n Hardox

OIL FLOW

60 l/min.

120 l/min.

40 l/min.

60 l/min.

OIL FLOW

75 l/min.

100 l/min.

130 l/min.

130 l/min.

MB Shafts Screener

Models

MB-HDS214

MB-HDS314

MB-HDS320

MB-HDS323

RECOMMENDED EXCAVATOR

≥ 6 ≤ 12 Ton

≥ 10 ≤ 20 Ton

≥ 16 ≤ 24 Ton

≥ 18 ≤ 35 Ton

RECOMMENDED BACKHOE LOADER/ LOADER

≥ 5 ≤ 8 Ton

≥ 6 ≤ 10 Ton

≥ 9 ≤ 12 Ton

≥ 10 ≤ 15 Ton

RECOMMENDED SKID LOADER

≥ 3,5 Ton

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-

WEIGHT

0,82 Ton

1,4 Ton

2,1 Ton

2,4 Ton

LOAD CAPACITY

0,5 m3

0,9 m3

1,35 m3

1,65 m3

PRESSURE

> 200 bar

> 225 bar

> 250 bar

> 250 bar

COUNTER PRESSURE

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< 5 bar

< 5 bar

< 5 bar

OIL FLOW

75 l/min.

100 l/min.

130 l/min.

130 l/min.

n Efficient Hydraulics n Equipped n Compact and Stable n Innovative n Silent n Hardox

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McCloskey International debuted latest products at bauma 2019

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his year’s bauma exhibition saw McCloskey International clearly demonstrate their continued growth with a roster of new products on show for visitors. Equipment on display included a brand-new screening product joined by the latest crushers (compact and fullsize impactors) and stackers. The company showcased new features and benefits of its I Series impact crusher line, which has been specifically developed for aggregate and concrete recycling applications.  Among the models in the spotlight at bauma was the I54Rv3 unit, which has been enhanced with production boosting features, including a new main conveyor, an impactor transfer chute, prescreen with a steeper bottom deck for enhanced material flow, and a simplified rear profile for the impactor chamber.  The I54Rv3 impactor’s radial return conveyor has dust 14

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suppression control, allowing operators to recirculate oversize material from the screenbox back to the feed hopper or radial a complete 90° while running. McCloskey also showcased their latest I34R compact impact crusher as a solution for aggregates producers with large production requirements but needing a small footprint and manoeuvrability. The I34R unit, which has transport dimensions less than 2.5-metre wide, is particularly well-suited to applications in aggregates, demolition/asphalt recycling, and smaller scale construction projects where space is at a premium.  Visitors to the McCloskey stand were able to get a first look at McCloskey’s new tracked radial feeder stacker – the ST100TF Radial – with an innovative patent-pending design that allows the machine to switch from track to radial mode in seconds Built-in levelling indicators allow operators to position the stacker regardless of ground evenness, with independent hydraulic jack legs to stabilise the machine once in place. The ST100TF unit also features a unique rear counterweight to counterbalance the tracks and wheels, providing higher stockpile capacity and delivering greater stability to the stacker while in operation. For more on the full range of McCloskey International equipment, visit www.cableprice.co.nz, or contact your local CablePrice Equipment Sales Specialist. n


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CablePrice reintroduces

Bell Tele Logger Bell 225F

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ver the years, Bell Equipment has gained a reputation for building strong, reliable machines in their equipment such as their ADTs. They have now succeeded in relaying that reputation into their F-Series Tele Logger. Generations of manufacturing at Bell has brought about a series that is like no other. The F Series 225F HP Tele Logger has strived to improve on safety and ergonomics as well as key components such as lower cost per tonne solution and strong reliable machines. All this while still in keeping with their core design element of simplicity. First developed by Irvine Bell in the early 1960s, the Tri-Wheel design is a concept based on the motion of how a person would be walking and picking up the logs. This concept has paved the way for the Bell Tele Logger while undergoing subtle improvements through its evolution. By transitioning from an air-cooled to a water-cooled, 57kW (76hp), turbocharged, four-cylinder engine, this F series machine emits lower operating noise levels and a cool operating temperature. The Yanmar water-cooled engine also has a lower fuel burn and lower running costs to really maximise production efficiency. The F series is equipped with a pilot operator self-neutralising transmission, which helps for ease of operation and operator safety. As well as this, there is a Fail-Safe spring applied and hydraulically released (SAHR) brake,

which reduces any brake related Tele Boom safety risks. 5965kg Unladen “Unlike previous models, Operating Weight the F series frame is both Reverse Camera ROPS and FOPS certified and 4 cylinder, 57kW, turbocharged being triangular means the Grapple open 1577mm engine force is distributed evenly for ROPS and FOPS 400x15.5 10Ply certified frame durability,” says the National Rear Wheelsets Hydraulic Equipment sales manager for Implement Pump CablePrice, James Magill. 23.1x26 LS2 16Ply “Rear-view vision has also been a General Front Wheelsets problem with similar machines in the past, which is why Bell have made it standard in the F series Tele Loggers to have a reversing camera. This makes it even faster for fleeting timber. It can also work in small and tight spaces because of its unique turning. It can almost work within its own turning circle,” James goes on to say. the Bell Tri-Wheel design, none of them The simplicity of the design also quite tally up to understanding the essence integrates the hydraulic tank into the and philosophy of this machine. And frame seamlessly, as well as giving a now with the new improvements, Bell larger and brighter cab with enhanced continues to lead the way in enhanced instrumentation. Other ergonomics operator productivity and safety. features include better ingress and regress For more on the Bell Tele Logger, points for operators, more headroom, and visit www.cableprice.co.nz or contact an adjustable suspension seat. your local CablePrice Equipment Although many have tried to attempt Sales Specialist. n CablePrice

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Fine-tuning

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ith the launch of the new Bell B45E 4x4 at bauma, Bell Equipment has added a new model to its range of articulated 4x4 two-axle ADTs. Similar to the 60-tonne B60E and the smaller Bell B30E 4x4, the new truck is configured to provide a highly-efficient and cost-effective transport solution for niche applications in the mining and construction industry. With the front half of the truck 16

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being essentially the same as its 6x6 counterpart, the Bell B45E 4x4 is derived from proven highvolume technology and decades of experience. Powering the truck is a 390kW/2460Nm inline six-cylinder engine from Mercedes-Benz, optimised for off-highway use by MTU. This, combined with the Allison seven-speed automatic transmission, contributes to outstanding driving performance while

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delivering the low fuel consumption typical of Bell ADTs. Wet brakes on both axles ensure safe deceleration and work in conjunction with the Jacobs Engine BrakeÂŽ to provide the multi-stage programmable automatic retardation. The standard Bell cab is spacious, offering great visibility and comfort while ensuring safety and productivity. This is achieved through a comprehensive package of productivity,


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The new B45E 4x4 introduces the conceptual advantages of Bell Equipment’s two-axle ADT to the 40-tonne payload class. safety, and ease-of-operation features, based on real-time data collection by the truck’s sensors (on-board weighing, pitch/roll sensor, etc.). In designing the rear chassis and the 25m³ bin, the designers followed the design of the Bell 4x4 flagship, the B60E which has been optimised for tough mining applications. A rigidly mounted 55-t-axle supplied by German manufacturer Kessler with 21.00R35 twin tyres ensures a robust solution with a nominal payload of 41 tonnes. At the front the truck rolls on 775/65R29 tyres that boast high load carrying capacities and high lateral stability, an essential characteristic for a machine intended for challenging underfoot conditions. To improve ride comfort, the B45E 4x4 can optionally be equipped with the Bell “Comfort Ride” adaptive front suspension system. Like the Bell B60E, the B45E 4x4 bin concept is along the lines of a rigid dump truck rock bin with bottommounted telescopic tip cylinders. Thanks to its wide geometry and flat-bottomed floor, the 41-tonner fits in well with typical quarry loading equipment and

offers better filling characteristics than the longer 6x6 ADT bins of the same volume. When carrying sticky material such as clay, optional body heating helps to minimise carryback when tipping. Additionally, Bell Equipment has found that their 4x4 bin configuration, which doesn’t have the traditional ADT dovetail, is considerably better at minimising carry-back than their 6x6 counterparts. With a fully programmable maximum tipping angle of up to 55° relative to horizontal, the short bin body reaches a tipping height of only 6394 mm, which can be an advantage when operating with overhead structures (for example hoppers and crushers). “Thanks to its high capacity and superior productivity, the Bell B60E can perform a supporting or primary production role in many large opencast mining and quarrying operations around the world. However, we see target applications for the B45E 4x4 as small to medium-sized mining or quarrying operations with lower production tonnage as well as larger sites with difficult underfoot conditions,” said James Magill, CablePrice’s Equipment Sales Manager. The Bell B45E 4x4 entered the market in April 2019 following its launch at bauma. Like all Bell 4x4s, the trucks are produced in Bell Equipment’s main factory in Richards Bay, South Africa with the first machines planned for delivery late this year. For more on the range of Bell ADTs, visit www.cableprice.co.nz, or contact your local CablePrice Equipment Sales Specialist. n CablePrice

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The 5000th machine was revved up in celebration of milestone.

John Deere Forestry marks manufacturing milestone

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chieving yet another manufacturing milestone, John Deere commemorated the production of its 5000th Forestry Swing Machine, a 2656G Log Loader, with a special ceremony at the John Deere-Hitachi Specialty Products (DHSP) factory. Held on the morning of January 31, John Deere invited the customer who purchased the milestone unit, Bighorn Logging, for a unique presentation and factory tour during a signature Gold Key event. “This is a paramount moment for the DHSP factory and our employees,” said Jarvis de Groot, DHSP Product Marketing Manager, Forestry Swing Machines. “As a company, we are committed to producing high-quality, reliable equipment, and the achievement of this milestone is a nod to our hardworking, dedicated committees, both in the DSHP factory and worldwide. Our customers are the heartbeat of the company and the reason we are able to do what we do every day. It is an honour to open our doors and celebrate with Bighorn Logging.” 18

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For the event, the DHSP factory hosted Bighorn Logging president, Harve Dethlefs, and vice-president, Mark Standley, as well as their dealer, Papé Machinery. The event started with an overview of the storied history of the DHSP factory, followed by a question and answer session. During the session, which was held in front of the factory employees, Dethlefs and Standley discussed their business and

the critical role equipment plays. Following the interview, Bighorn Logging was presented with a plaque and the 5000th swing machine was revved up for the very first time in celebration. The day concluded with a factory tour and small reception. For more on the John Deere Forestry Swing Machines, visit www.cableprice. co.nz, or contact your local CablePrice Equipment Sales Specialist. n


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Open generating sets now available CablePrice (NZ) Ltd are pleased to now offer Prime Power Open Generating sets to the New Zealand market.

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ot off the back of the release of the Made to Stock Series II engine range last year, the expert team at Isuzu Power Solutions have turned their attention to developing a range of gensets, featuring Australian-sourced and designed componentry fit for New Zealand conditions and applications. The current IPS genset range includes the following (3 phase) line-up: n 9kVA

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generation applications. The ECO Genset Controller allows for complete mechanical or electronic engine control, monitoring, and protection. The controller offers engine performance monitoring, including oil pressure, coolant temperature, battery voltage, and speed.

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Designed to supply power to a varying electrical load for an unlimited span of time, the new prime power IPS design means a 10% overload capability is also available for a restricted time, also known as stand-by power. Currently under development is a range of new prime power gensets rated at a minimum ambient temperature of 40°C (at full power) or 50°C (at reduced power), perfect for a range of end uses throughout New Zealand. Whether intended to be used as the main power source or as an auxiliary source to respond to energy needs in a credible and efficient way, the new range features heavy-duty bar and plate construction for robust and hard-wearing use, whatever the application. Four new variants are currently under development and are to be assembled by skilled technicians at Isuzu Australia Limited’s purpose-built facility in Melbourne before being added to the current range: n 21kVA (3 phase) n 28KVA (3 phase) n 13kVA (single phase)

n IP65 enclosure with built-in E-Stop n 12/24V system voltage n 15 item symbolic events history log n Low fuel/coolant level (optional) n Manual or remote start (MRS) n Autodetection of

connection type and voltage

n 3 phase current (optional) and voltage measurement n Automatic recharge of

battery (optional) Light tower mode (optional) n Whatever the application, industry or end use, the Isuzu genset range has something for everyone. With a combination of Japanese dependability and operational reliability, coupled with Australian-designed componentry and accessories, endto-end power solutions are now a genuine reality. For more on the Isuzu Industrial Engine range, visit www.cableprice.co.nz, or contact your local CablePrice Branch. n

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All new gensets will feature premium Mecc Alte selfregulating brushless alternators for a seamless and assured power flow, regardless of demand. Anti-vibration mounts and custom skids have been developed in Melbourne, specifically suited to each new variant. This ensures a smooth and gentle operation be it on a construction site or in an urban industrial setting. Also available with the Isuzu genset range is the ECO Genset Controller, tweaked specifically for use in power CablePrice

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New JDlink dashboard for better equipment management

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ver feel like you need to be in two places at once, especially when you are running more than one crew at a time? JDLink can help you centrally by smartly managing machines working at multiple sites, from the fleet-management fundamentals of knowing the hours and location to sending machinehealth alerts and tracking machine production on Deere machines. If you are a telematics user with active JD Link subscriptions, Deere’s JDLink portal is on the move to the new JDLink Dashboard, making it even easier to access, understand, and put to use your data. Logging on to the new JDLink Dashboard will be the same process as before and with the same set of tools available as on the old portal. “JDLink Dashboard provides Deere owners and fleet managers with the ability to identify unused machines to improve machine uptime, compare fuel-burn across machine, set up virtual fences to improve security, and

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streamline equipment maintenance,” said Peter Finlay, National Customer Support Manager, CablePrice NZ Ltd. The JDLink Dashboard places the most important metrics up front, boldly displaying red alerts, machines with zero hours, machines with the highest idle, and machines that are being over or underutilised. One of the most exciting features of the JDLink Dashboard is the new equipment maintenance management tool named Maintenance Manager. Maintenance Manager lets users quickly and easily set up factory or custom plans using either enginehour or calendar-based service intervals, making tracking maintenance significantly more convenient for equipment managers. Every new John Deere machine comes with a free subscription to JD Link, so if you are not yet using it, or want to know more about getting the best from your John Deere, contact CablePrice fleet systems department at fmsadmin@cableprice.co.nz n


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An easy oil monitoring solution ConSite by Hitachi Construction Machinery is an oil condition monitoring system, a solution for keeping construction machines in their best condition by monitoring the condition of their oil. Continually monitoring The condition of oil is a barometer of the health condition of a machine. What ConSite OIL does? Monitors the condition of oil on a continuous basis*1, *2; informs abnormal changes of oil condition; provides consistent supports of detailed analysis of oil and inspection and repair of machines; and contributes to reduced downtime of the machine and the eventual life cycle cost. Do you know why oil monitoring is vital for good maintenance? It is necessary to know the condition of oil to reduce the number of machine failures. If oil deteriorates, the machine will be affected. Then, if a machine failure occurs, the oil will further deteriorate. In other words, machine failures can be detected in their early stages by monitoring the condition of oil. Oil sensors for engine and hydraulic system watch* the two types of oil 24/7 They monitor oil condition 24/7 as far as the machine is operating. Abnormalities are detected in early stages. Realisation of continual monitoring of oil condition Even if oil analysis is periodically done on certain intervals, if an abnormality occurs in the middle of an interval, it may develop to a catastrophic failure before the next analysis. We at Hitachi Construction Machinery developed a unique algorithm and made it possible to monitor oil condition 24/7 with the oil monitoring sensors.

Delivery of emergency reports by the smartphone app and e-mail If an abnormality of oil condition is detected, information is sent by the smartphone app and e-mail. Scan QR code Detailed oil analysis and quick to watch actions at the job site It is recommended that oil sampling and detailed oil analysis be done when an oil abnormality is reported. When detailed oil analysis is done, a report, which is uniquely compiled for easy understanding by Hitachi Construction Machinery, will be issued. • The ConSite Oil system is available as an option on all new medium excavators sold by Hitachi, with a weight over 20 tonnes. • The ConSite OIL system involves the use of a sensor to measure engine and hydraulic oil quality, detecting deterioration of the oil, contamination by foreign materials (soot, metals), and oil replacement history. • Not currently available on ZX33 to ZX180. n

*Information in this document is subject to change due to product and service improvements without notice. *1 A function to remotely monitor the condition of oil for preventive maintenance It doesn’t necessarily predict all kinds of failures which may occur on construction machines. *2 Certain operating conditions (duration of operating time, temperature, etc.) must be fulfilled for the oil sensors to properly function. *3 Regarding oil monitoring solution for hydraulic excavators as of April, 2018. According to our own research. *4 A system that monitors conditions of engine oil and hydraulic oil of hydraulic excavators on a continual basis during operation and periodically deliver result information.

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The making of a

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An incredible 100 crane lifts and almost 2000 man hours were involved in the massive logistical exercise to assemble OceanaGold’s new 360-tonne Hitachi EX3600 excavator from CablePrice, which is now hard at work at the company’s Macrae’s Flat mine site in Central Otago.

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ceanaGold’s Technical Services Superintendent, Pieter Doelman, says after retiring another large excavator at the mine site, the company put the acquisition of a new machine out for competitive tender. One of the main reasons the tender went in favour of CablePrice was the great performance of OceanaGold’s two existing EX3600 models on its fleet, which have proven the Hitachi reputation for operating efficiently and reliably for tens of thousands of hours in a demanding environment, almost non-stop, he says. “We’re still getting great service out of our old machines, which we purchased in 2005 and 2010 respectively. We hope the new machine will perform just as well or better over its lifetime.” With its massive production, power, and toughness, the EX3600 is built to handle the biggest excavation jobs. It produces a maximum 1944 gross horsepower from its Cummins engine, with its fuel tank holding 7450 litres of diesel. The machine can load a 181-tonne payload truck with ease in five passes. Pieter says achieving high production in bulk waste mining is the company’s current focus with the machine. “It is being operated pretty much 24/7 between our four crews, to remove overburden, with production averaging a bit over 3000 tonnes per hour. This is around five percent ahead of our expectations, so it’s going well so far.” Around 65 crane lifts were required to shift the excavator’s main components from Port of Lyttelton (where they arrived from Japan) to the Macrae’s mine site, New Zealand’s largest 22

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gold producing operation. The initial excavator build time from delivery to having the machine running and bucket fitted was eight days, which included around 1200 man hours. It took a further 30 days and almost 800 additional man hours to complete the local options, performance testing and delivery to the operational area. These processes were led by CablePrice Invercargill branch Service Manager, Roger Hunt. “We are very happy with the job that Roger and his team did. In addition to the CablePrice guys on-site, Roger coordinated a large bunch of sub-contractors, including haulage and crane people, auto electricians, glaziers, and a host of others. The job was completed on time, and we didn’t have any safety incidents

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during the huge assembly process, which was pleasing.” Pieter says part of the contract with CablePrice was for the machine to pass performance specifications laid out by OceanaGold, which it did at its first attempt. Over the years, OceanaGold has made minor modifications on-site to its existing EX3600 excavators, which were incorporated into the specifications for the new machine. “The most significant was the addition of a customised emergency ladder to the side of the excavator. We had one built by Dunedin company, SiteWeld for our older machines, and asked CablePrice to install the same design on our new EX3600. The ladder was still built in Dunedin, with its installation coordinated by the CablePrice guys.” A bespoke bucket, designed and constructed for OceanaGold by Jaws Engineering in Brisbane, was another special addition, which required coordination by the CablePrice team. OceanaGold also requested the machine’s handrails be painted bright yellow in the Hitachi factory, rather than the standard black. “Our maintenance people need to be able to work on the machine in all conditions in the field, including poor visibility at night, in fog, or during inclement weather. The bright handrails help to keep them safe.” Pieter says there have been no complaints from the new machine’s operators, who are enjoying the comfortable, wellinsulated pressurised cab, with plenty of leg room and storage space, and a well-laid-out work station, including ergonomically positioned controls.


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When it comes to maintenance, the simple servicing, inspection, and cleaning of the EX3600 reduces costs and allows operators to focus on the job. The EX-6 series boasts Hitachi’s computer-aided EnginePump Control (E-P Control) which coaxes optimum efficiency from the engine and hydraulic pumps. This innovative system senses load demand and controls engine and pump output for maximum operating efficiency. Other features include an advanced hydraulic system, tough frames, a powerful arm, and optimum bucket digging force. The relationship between OceanaGold and CablePrice goes back almost 30 years, when Doug Hood Mining, which was at Macraes from the start of the mine in 1990 through to 1995, had a mixed fleet, including some Hitachi machines. MacMahons, which ran the mine from 1998, had a fleet of

Hitachi EX1800s, and finished at the site in 2002 when OceanaGold decided to go mining themselves. “OceanaGold originally started with another excavator brand but decided to purchase the first EX3600 in 2005. Since then, all of the primary loading machines we’ve bought have been Hitachis. We have a good relationship with the brand and CablePrice, who provide good sales support, back-up and service, and are responsive to any issues.” OceanaGold had an excellent year in 2018, producing 200,000 oz gold. Production in 2019 isn’t expected to quite reach those record heights, although, another good year is predicted. The current mine life is until 2021, although OceanaGold hopes to extend this to 2024. n

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No job too tough for John Deere and Hitachi

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he strength, safety, and stability of forestry equipment from John Deere and Hitachi will soon allow Havard Logging to undertake mechanised tree felling in steep areas of the Tinui Forest, where it’s under contract to Juken NZ Ltd. Hitches have been put on the company’s two John Deere 959MH tracked harvesters, which will allow them to be tethered to an EMS fitted winch on a Hitachi ZX330 excavator, which will sit at the top of the hill. The winch will be controlled by the operator in the 959MH, allowing him to assist the harvester up and down the hill. “Tethering the machines will allow us to work on steeper sites and more broken terrain and will put the control in the operators’ hands. They will be able to effectively and safely assist themselves in and out of these trickier sites.” Gavin says Havard Logging has been a fan of John Deere harvesters since it purchased a 909MH around five years ago. This was followed by another 909MH and two 959MH tracked harvesters, with the last

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purchased around a year ago. “We’ve still got the original 909, which has done around 9000 hours now, and we were the first company in the Wairarapa to purchase a 959MH harvester. John Deere has an excellent product. Our machines are fast and reliable, and we feel they have more power than other products around.” All four harvesters have John Deere’s industry leading, patented levelling system, with an exclusive slope monitoring system. This allows the machine to work on steep or uneven ground and has made a big difference to Havard Logging’s highly trained operators, says Gavin. “The levelling is awesome. Our operators say it is much more comfortable working on slopes in the tilt cab, which sits level all day as it can tilt 26 degrees forward and 14 degrees left and right. In other machines, they’ve had to sit with their feet on the windows to try and stop themselves from sliding off the seat or rely on a seatbelt to hold them up.” South Star felling heads are used on the 959MH harvesters, with Satco heads on the 909MHs, which both run “nice and


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Our machines are fast and reliable, and we feel they have more power than other products around.

comfortably” on the John Deere machines, says Gavin. The 959MH models have a 9-litre diesel engine, peak power of 246kW at 1900 rpm, net peak torque of 1392Nm at 1500 rpm, and a maximum boom reach of 10.34 metres. Gavin says they have proven to be a step up in power and stability, with the dual swing drives delivering excellent productivity boosting power. “We’re very happy with the machines’ productivity. They power through their work.” The operators in the 959MH tracked harvesters also benefit from a roomier station with ergonomically designed controls and significantly improved visibility through floor to ceiling front and large side windows. Havard Logging runs a large and modern fleet of forestry equipment, which includes John Deere 848 and 748 skidders, and around 15 Hitachi excavators ranging from 12 tonnes to 45 tonnes. “We’ve probably bought in excess of 40 Hitachi excavators from CablePrice over the years, which have proven to be good, reliable machines. They pretty much sell themselves.” A strong business relationship between Havard Logging and CablePrice, going back decades, is another key driver in the company’s purchasing decisions, says Gavin. “CablePrice has a great product, but we also appreciate the strong ties between our companies. My CEO, Mike

Havard, had a fantastic relationship with retired Sales Specialist, Malcolm Pascoe over many years, which I’ve continued, with General Manager, Sales, Aidan Mahony. They have a great team of skilled mechanics, who keep our equipment operating in peak condition. If we do run into any issues the machines are fixed with minimal downtime.” n

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Optimising performance

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arch 2019 marked the arrival of the first new Bell’s B20E LGP to New Zealand. The B20E LGP is the smallest ADT (Articulated Dump Truck) in Bell’s offering and is packed full of features. Based on Bell B25E and B30E trucks, the B20E 6×6 has a well-proven platform that has been put to the test in high production environments across the globe. ADT specialist, Bell Equipment, have recently extended its global product offering with a Tier 4 version of its 20-tonne truck, the B20E 6x6. This model offers customers the benefit of safety and performance enhancing technologies developed by Bell over the past 30 years and further cements the ADT manufacturer as the global leader in the off-road haulage market. Though physically smaller than its larger counterparts, the B20E has comparable capabilities but packaged within a more compact unit, making it particularly suitable for use on small to medium-sized jobsites. The B20E offers a very similar power-to-weight ratio to other Bell ADTs, providing the optimum balance between performance and fuel consumption. For example, the B20E can produce the same power-to-weight ratio as the Bell B30E (5.11kW/tonne).  The B20E is also fitted with wet brakes to offer sealed protection against deep mud, and customers can alternate between standard 20.5R25 earthmoving tyres or low-profile, extra-wide 800/45 R30.5 tyres, designed to offer significantly reduced ground pressure and market-leading flotation in excessively muddy or soft sandy underfoot conditions.

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Bell B20E Furthermore, the B20E also boasts a turning circle of 3.7 metres, with 800mm wide tyres, and ground pressure as low as 95kPa, while the load-over height of 2.5 metres allows the ADT’s bin to be filled using various loading tools. The team at CablePrice has been holding demo days in the North Island to introduce the new arrival to the industry and give customers the opportunity to experience everything the B20E LGP has to offer the construction industry. “The main purpose was to introduce the new model to potential customers and let them drive the truck to see how awesome it is for themselves. We had Bell representatives from the factory and our local specialist to assist with answering any questions,” says James Magill, CablePrice Equipment Sales Manager. “A couple of the sites we had in Pokeno and Warkworth were typical of a normal construction site with a mixture of soft, wet, and hard ground allowing customers to drive the truck loaded and preform controlled climbs and descents.”


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In addition to the demo days, the CablePrice sales team were also recently put through their paces, getting some exclusive hands-on training from Bell representatives, including a technical advisor. The first day’s training involved product familiarisation, features, and benefits. Day two was for putting it all in to practice in the driver’s seat, done in a controlled environment with an experienced operator trainer from Bell in the training seat. As there was also a B30E on-site, the team got to experience first-hand, the differences and similarities between the B20E and the larger ADT. This included how the B20E shares the same cab as the larger ADTs and features such as the great ergonomics, operator comfort, reliable electronics, visibility, and safety. It’s these reasons that Bell ADTs are highly rated by operators all over the world. All the sales staff benefited from taking the driver’s seat and getting up close and personal with the new B20E LGP. For more information on the B20E, get in touch with your

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g n i p p i R s t i o t in k r o w

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ipping through large swathes of concrete is no problem for the Montabert XL1000 breaker, says Craig Charleton, who purchased the piece of equipment for his Upper Hutt contracting firm, Linked Earthworks, from CablePrice a couple of years ago. “We do quite a lot concrete breaking work on demolition sites and are pleased with the breaker, which has plenty of power. It doesn’t seem to struggle with anything, and it breaks up to around a half a metre of concrete piece of cake.” The Montabert XL1000 breaker is made in France, with features including a patented hydraulic distribution system, which has been optimised to deliver maximum impact force. The model is mounted with an energy recovery system that saves energy and automatically increases the breaker frequency and productivity. The XL1000 breaker and Linked Earthworks’ Hitachi ZX135-5B

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excavator are a well-balanced combination, however, the breaker attaches easily to other excavators on the company’s fleet, says Craig. “We use the breaker between three Hitachi machines. It is easy to set up and use and can be attached in a couple of minutes. Maintenance is simple too.” Linked Earthworks has around 40 staff and does everything from general contracting and drainage to demolition and asbestos removal work in the Wellington and Wairarapa regions. Over the last decade, the company has also purchased several Isuzu trucks and Hitachi excavators from CablePrice, with one of its most recent acquisitions being a new Isuzu NLR 250S factorybuilt tipper. The compact four-cylinder, 150hp truck, with five-speed manual and 75-litre fuel tank is being used mainly on smaller jobs, says Craig. “It’s a handy little truck and is a good alternative to a ute. It is ideal on smaller patch up jobs, or siteworks on small,

tricky sites, as it can move a bit of dirt around without having to free up one of our bigger trucks. It is also a good size for carting our smaller diggers around or towing them. Our guys say it is a comfortable, quiet and tidy truck, and they like the stereo.” Craig is a long-time fan of the “good, basic, reliable” Isuzu brand and currently has nine truck and trailer units on the fleet. “Three of our Isuzu trucks have over one million kilometres on the clock and are still going strong every day.” Linked Earthworks also has a number of Hitachi excavators on its fleet, with the latest addition being a 35-tonne ZX350LCH-5G model purchased at the start of the year. “In the first four months, the excavator did 800 hours and is going brilliant. The auto greasing system is particularly good.” Craig says he appreciates the automatic monthly reports the firm receives for


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its bigger Hitachis, covering things such as GPS, idle hours, fuel consumption, driver hours, and servicing. “We don’t have to chase the information, which makes managing the fleet so much easier.” CablePrice is a key part of Linked Earthworks’ machinery replacement programme, which is focused on upgrading the entire fleet to late model gear, he says. “It is a really straightforward process dealing with CablePrice. They set up our new machines with everything we need, meaning we can drive out the gate and get straight to work. As a supplier, CablePrice carries a good stock of parts and equipment, so I can ring up with an order, and we usually have it within a week, instead of having to wait four months for something to come into the country. Dealing with one company and service team makes life a lot easier, which is one reason we’re planning to move towards CablePrice as our sole supplier.” n

We use the breaker between three Hitachi machines. It is easy to set up and use and can be attached in a couple of minutes. Maintenance is simple too.

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allum Battock and Conrad Robertson of Upper Hutt general contracting firm, Robertson and Battock Civil, say it was a “no-brainer” to replace the firm’s old Isuzu truck with a brand new Isuzu CYZ460 Euro 5 from CablePrice Wellington. “Our old 380hp Isuzu truck was coming up 20 years old and had given us a good innings. But it was starting to work really hard with our business doubling in size over the last couple of years. We’re rapt we traded it in for the new CYZ460. At 460hp, it is a hell of a lot gruntier than the old truck, with a big jump up in power and productivity. We’ve also noticed a considerable improvement in engine retarding on the new truck, with the addition of a drive line retarder.” Robertson and Battock carry out a significant amount of access road upgrades to transmission towers for its main client, Transpower, and also undertakes general access work, forestry roading and maintenance contracts for Wellington Regional Council. Callum says the 18-speed manual CYZ460 Euro 5 is a “great, reliable workhorse”, which is being used mainly for general quarry carting and tipper work and to transport the firm’s new Hitachi ZX75US-5 excavator, another recent purchase from CablePrice. The Isuzu’s electronics, reversing cameras, and heated mirrors, which stay clear in all weathers, are other features being enjoyed by the Robertson and Battock team. “Comfort in the cab is good too. It has a nice seat and travels well on the road.” Callum started the contracting firm in 2010, and in late 2017, Conrad entered the business after being away from the Hutt Valley for six years. When they joined forces they bought some new gear off CablePrice and doubled the size of the business which now has five staff. Around Christmas that year, they invested in two new Hitachi excavators – a ZX225US-5B and ZX135US-5B, which they are “really pleased with”, says Conrad. “Both of us have always been fans of Hitachi excavators, with their quickness

and smoothness a big selling point. Hitachi just seems to get better and better and is pretty hard to beat. Running with late model, reputable gear such as Hitachi and Isuzu, backed up by CablePrice’s overall support systems, gives us a real peace of mind. In today’s contracting environment, clients have an expectation we have good gear, which complies with health and safety and environmental standards.” Callum says he is “particularly fond” of the 135 diggers for their versatility and performance, and they have just ordered a new ZX135US-5B, which is due to be delivered early June. This will replace a ZX135-3, which has completed 10,000 hours. Callum and Conrad value the relationship they have built up with CablePrice Wellington, which, since 1991, has been the authorised Master Truck Dealer for Isuzu truck sales, parts and service support in the greater Wellington and Wairarapa regions. Conrad goes back a long way with the guys at CablePrice and has always had a good rapport with them, he says. “There are some great people on the team who are good to deal with.” The recent purchase of the Isuzu truck (through Isuzu Sales Specialist Brian McDermott) and the four Hitachi excavators (through Hitachi Sales Specialist, Cam Wait) has been just as seamless, says Callum. “It was an easy process, with no problems during the sale and delivery. The back-up support from CablePrice is also excellent. On the equipment side, we have a lot of dealings with the service guys, who are great. Because the truck is brand new, we haven’t had much to do with the truck service guys yet, but we’re expecting the same high level of service. Overall, it’s hard to fault CablePrice.” n

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New model John Deere grader a hit in the Far North

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ar North Roading (FNR) has taken possession of the first John Deere 620G motor grader to be sold in New Zealand, and the lighter, more economical machine is already ticking plenty of boxes, says director, Brady Wild. “We’re very happy. The grader’s fuel efficiency is excellent, and although it is physically smaller than the bigger machines, it has all the same features, and more than enough power to do the job. It is also very nimble, which is handy when doing maintenance work on the roading network in the Far North, which can be windy, hilly and tight.” The 620G is one of the newest additions to the John Deere G-Series motor grader line. It uses a Tier 3 John

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Deere 6.8-litre engine, rated at 200hp. This improved horsepower, combined with net peak torque of 915Nm and blade pull of 14,091kg, produces generous power and lugging ability, maximising performance, even in tough spots and hills. The 620G also has Seismic Shift, a gate-less shifter, which allows operators to directly move the machine from forward to reverse, in any gear, at any time. Brady says around 90 percent of the grader’s workload is being carried out between FNR’s roading maintenance contract with Far North District Council, and new forestry roading and maintenance work on the Aupouri Peninsula. “We’ve also put it to work on the construction of quite an elaborate roading network at a new 500-hectare avocado development in the region, plus some private subdivision


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Our guys have commented several times how quiet, smooth, and comfortable the grader is compared to anything else they’ve used. products, and excellent support. The after sales service provided by CablePrice is more important to us than trying to save a few thousand dollars on a purchase by looking at cheaper brands.” Brady says FNR appreciated a specialist being brought over from Australia by CablePrice to train the company’s operators on the new grader, running them through all its features. “I thought that was pretty good.” FNR has possibly the largest and most modern fleet of plant and equipment in the Far North, including around 16 Hitachi excavators. “We have a big Hitachi fleet and have probably purchased in excess of 25 Hitachi machines from CablePrice over the years. These are mainly big 20 and 35 tonners, for bulk earthworks. We really value the long relationship we have with Hitachi and John Deere Sales Specialist, Phil McKenzie, who is great to deal with and sorts out any problems if they arise. It’s good to have one person to ring.” FNR has operated under its current structure from its Kaitaia base, since 2011, with major shareholder, Brady Wild and his two fellow directors having strong links with local iwi. “We are proud to be locally owned and operated, and have around 95 full-time staff. As a company, we have a strong focus on providing career paths and training for school leavers, and helping local Maori, who make up around 70 percent of our staff.” n and orchard work. It’s going great.” Feedback from FNR’s operators has also been positive, says Brady. “Our guys have commented several times how quiet, smooth, and comfortable the grader is compared to anything else they’ve used. We have quite a few bigger guys on our crew, who find the roomy cab great to work in.” The “terrific run” of a nine-year-old, six-wheel drive John Deere grader on FNR’s fleet, was one of the reasons FNR decided to stick with the brand when completing the new purchase, he says. “We’re really happy with John Deere, and also have an 850 dozer on the fleet. However, probably the biggest factor is the relationship we’ve had with CablePrice over many years. They offer a great package, with good

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I knew they were quality brands, so stayed true to what I had learned on.

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CablePrice a ‘one stop shop’ for Zac

ge has proved no barrier to setting up his own business for 22-year-old Zac Williamson, who earlier this year, took the bold step of launching Williamson Earthmoving with all new gear from CablePrice – an Isuzu FTR750 truck and a Hitachi ZX55U-5 excavator. Zac says he was well supported by the team at CablePrice Wellington, where Sales Specialists, Brian McDermott (Isuzu) and Cam Wait (Hitachi) put an excellent package together to get his business underway, and Financial Services Manager, Patrick Coley, arranged

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the finance to suit the individual needs and objectives of his business. “They were great guys to deal with and worked together to make the process really easy. I was able to go in for one meeting with them all and come out as the owner of a new digger and truck.” Williamson Earthmoving operates in the greater Wellington and Wairarapa region and carries out a range of general contracting work from section dig-outs and slab preparation to driveways, horse and cow races, and culvert cleanouts. “I have a couple of big contracts underway with some building companies in Wellington, which are looking to


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expand into the Wairarapa, and I also do some work for Fulton Hogan. Having new gear, which meets all the code of compliance requirements, helps when dealing with these bigger companies,” says Zac. As a contractor since leaving school, Zac was already familiar with the Isuzu and Hitachi brands, as his previous employers had also dealt with CablePrice. “I knew they were quality brands, so stayed true to what I had learned on. I also knew that if a service was due, or there was a breakdown, I could trust CablePrice to get it sorted fast, as they have the numbers to pump out the work. You just ring one person at CablePrice and it’s sorted.”

Zac says his new six-speed manual tip-tray Isuzu FTR750 is a versatile and reasonably compact truck, which is the ideal fit for his business, given its good turning circle and payload capacity for its size. With six pre-installed certified tie-down points on the deck, it is also perfectly suited to transporting Zac’s new Hitachi ZX55U-5, which fits snugly on the back. “The Isuzu does well to carry up to 7.5 tonnes, and at the same time is still able to get into tight driveways and sections. It is a really well-priced truck when compared to a 10 yarder, which only carries three extra tonnes.” He says the 260hp Isuzu, with its electronically controlled direct injection fuel system and 200-litre fuel tank, is smooth, comfortable, and like “driving a big car”. “It also has plenty of go when I need it. I’ve never had a problem with Isuzu trucks in the past and this is definitely another good one.” CablePrice also sold Zac the ramps required to load his Hitachi ZX55U-5 onto the truck. The durable excavator is another compact machine, with a short rearend swing allowing for safe operation in tight working areas. It came with an operator station full of easy-to-use controls, and a low fuel consumption design, ensuring better fuel efficiency. “It’s a great digger, which also works well in narrow spaces. CablePrice supplied all the attachments I needed at a reasonable cost, which was great.” Although just starting out, Zac plans to expand in the future and expects CablePrice to be with him on every step of the journey. “Brian and Cam from CablePrice gave me lots of good advice and delivered just what my business needed. They know what they’re talking about, they know my business, and they’ve been great to deal with. I won’t be going anywhere else.” n

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// C O N S T R U C T I O N E X C AVAT O R S

The design of the new Hitachi ZX130-5, ZX135US-5 and ZX225USLC-5 excavators are inspired by one aim - Empowering your Vision

PROUDLY SUPPORTING THE CCNZ NATIONAL EXCAVATOR OPERATOR COMPETITION.

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SPECIFICATIONS MAKE

MODEL

WEIGHT (kg)

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ZX130-5

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FEATURES •

User friendly control panel

1.2m main conveyor

True 1.27m x 0.73m jaw

Hydraulic close side setting adjust

The McCloskey I34R recirculating Impact Crusher combines the productivity of our I34 with the versatility of a full screening and recirculating system, allowing operators to produce a crushed and screened final product with one machine.

Folding Hardox® hopper

10 minute set up time

Engine hydraulic system provides increased fuel economy

• This versatile, mobile crusher is able to nimbly move around in small spaces, and continue moving while crushing. The I34R’s small footprint is uniquely suited to the demolition and asphalt recycling, aggregates and smaller scale construction projects. Less than 2.5m wide, the crushers can be transported easily from site to site.

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The new compact crushers boast flexibility as well, with standard machines converting to recirculation in just a few hours.

Optional Pre-Screen

Stock Available Now

For more information on the full range of screening, crushing, stacking and washing equipment available from McCloskey International talk with your local CablePrice equipment sales specialist on 0800 555 456.

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ithin half-an-hour of arriving on-site at Aaran Pascoe Contractors’ quarry just outside Whangarei, the first brand-new McCloskey I34R recirculating Impact Crusher sold under CablePrice’s new agency with the brand, was hard at work. “We did our initial training on the crusher at CablePrice’s Whangarei yard. The transporter picked it up that afternoon, and it was out in the quarry and putting metal through almost straight after it was unloaded. It’s a great machine, which is performing exactly as I thought it would, plus a bit more. For a mobile machine under 30 tonnes, it has a really favourable weight to production ratio, and pumps the metal through,” says Aaran Pascoe. After hearing a ‘whisper’ that CablePrice might be taking on the McCloskey International agency, Aaran said he was 40

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keen to consider being one of their first New Zealand customers for the brand. “I had taken delivery of a jaw crusher and screening plant from another supplier during the previous 18 months but was still looking for a new impact crusher. I put the decision on pause until I knew what was happening with CablePrice.” After doing his homework, and talking to the CablePrice team about their intentions with the McCloskey agency, Aaran says the decision was a no-brainer. “I decided to go with them as I already had a great relationship with their sales team and service guys at the Whangarei branch with our other gear. They are talented people, who come from all parts of the industry, and I knew they had experience servicing crushing and screening plants.”


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Aaran has been in the operator’s seat himself since purchasing the new I34R crusher, and it has impressed him on several fronts, including its versatility. The model has a full screening and recirculating system, allowing crushed and screened final product to be produced from one machine. A radial return conveyor recirculates oversize material from the screenbox back to the feed hopper and can even feed another machine or stockpile. “It is a very good, smart piece of gear, which hasn’t been over-complicated. This is definitely a positive I’ve noticed with the McCloskey equipment – that in 10 years’ time when other brands might be having technical issues, we expect this crusher to just keep running.” The mobility of the compact, nimble, 27.5-tonne crusher, which is less than 2.5 metres wide, is another big plus, he says. “The crusher is simple to transport from site to site and can operate in smaller spaces with ease.” While McCloskey International may be a new member to the CablePrice family, the brand has been a pioneer and leader in the screening and crushing industry since the firm’s humble beginning in Canada back in 1986. Today, it offers a complete range of screeners, crushers, conveyors, and washing systems, producing in excess of 1300 units globally each year. With innovations such as a remote control 180-degree

radial stockpiling conveyor with variable discharge height for maximum stockpiling flexibility, and a solid rubber wheel drive system, it’s no surprise McCloskey is one of the leading Trommel manufacturers in North America, says Jason Cann, General Manager of Special Products, CablePrice. “McCloskey products are produced and field-tested to perform across a number of industries, including quarrying, mining, construction and demolition recycling, waste management and recycling, composting, biomass, and landscaping. Any industry that requires an end product to be crushed, screened, or stockpiled can benefit from McCloskey equipment.” Aaran Pascoe agrees that McCloskey International is a welcome addition to the CablePrice offering. “To be able to get the whole package from one company is a big plus for us, and I’m sure others in the industry will also benefit from the strong partnership between CablePrice and McCloskey, as they join forces to become serious players in the market.” Aaron says the experience of looking outside the ‘CablePrice circle’ at other impact crushers and companies during his 18 months of research, reconfirmed what a ‘great run’ his business has had with CablePrice, after buying his first 12-tonne digger from the firm around 20 years ago, when he was a 21-year-old starting out in the industry. “Since then, I have purchased various Hitachi excavators and wheel loaders, John Deere bulldozers, Isuzu, and Scania trucks, and a Montabert rock breaker from CablePrice. There are never any surprises or dramas dealing with the company, and it’s great to be able to work with guys we know and trust. The purchase of the crusher was another easy process and yet again we’ve had great after-sales support from the Whangarei branch.” n

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In this issue CablePrice will be giving away two prizes of $50 vouchers.

Hitachi EX5500-6

Did you know...?

0-5 year olds

Big

Ben

Ben is much bigger than an average house! He has to be strong and tough to work up to 24 hours a day coal mines and other challenging places.

To enter, simply colour in the picture as best you can, then post it to us at: COLOURING COMPETITION CABLEPRICE Marketing Department PO Box 38-040 Wellington Mail Centre 5045

NAME:.................................................................................... AGE: ............. EMAIL:.............................................................. ADDRESS:............................................................................... .............................................................................................. PHONE:..................................................................................

Terms & Conditions: Entrants contact information will not be used for any other activity and will not be passed on to any third parties. Information is gathered purely for the purpose of contacting the winner(s) and delivering prizes. CablePrice (NZ) Ltd staff and their direct families are not eligible for entry. Final day for entries is 31 October 2019. The winning drawings will be selected by a panel of judges. The judgesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. The prize is not redeemable for cash or other items. Only one entry per individual. Winners will be advised by email and/or phone and prizes will be delivered to the address supplied on the form. Prizes cannot be couriered to a PO box or private bag.

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There are two age categories: 0–5yrs and 6–12yrs. To enter, simply colour in the picture for your age group and send your entries to:

Colouring Competition CablePrice, Marketing Department PO Box 38-040, Wellington Mail Centre 5045

Last issue’s Win ners 0-5 yrs 6-12 yrs

Remember to complete all the details on the entry form to be eligible. Final date for entries will be 5pm on 31 October 2019. Winners will be notified by phone or email and prizes will be couriered to the address supplied on the entry form. Note: Prizes can only be sent by courier to a physical address, not PO boxes or private bags. The colouring competition will be available for download from www.cableprice.co.nz for any entrants not wishing to colour in on the gloss paper of the magazine.

Natalie (3) and Jack (8)

Isuzu CYZ460 Euro 5

Tipper

Tyler

6–12 year olds

Tyler is built to move dirt, rock, and rubble all day, every day. Tyler is efficient, too, with a low-emission engine that helps protect our environment.

Did you know...?

To enter, simply colour in the picture as best you can, then post it to us at: COLOURING COMPETITION CABLEPRICE Marketing Department PO Box 38-040 Wellington Mail Centre 5045

NAME:.................................................................................... AGE: ............. EMAIL:.............................................................. ADDRESS:............................................................................... .............................................................................................. PHONE:..................................................................................

Terms & Conditions: Entrants contact information will not be used for any other activity and will not be passed on to any third parties. Information is gathered purely for the purpose of contacting the winner(s) and delivering prizes. CablePrice (NZ) Ltd staff and their direct families are not eligible for entry. Final day for entries is 31 October 2019. The winning drawings will be selected by a panel of judges. The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. The prize is not redeemable for cash or other items. Only one entry per individual. Winners will be advised by email and/or phone and prizes will be delivered to the address supplied on the form. Prizes can not be couriered to a PO box or private bag.

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Merchandise ZX210-5 MODEL

ZX38U-5 MODEL

$160.00

$80.50

ZX200-5 MODEL

$155.00

ZX35U-5 MODEL

$80.50

HITACHI BACK PACK ZX75UR MODEL

$50.00

$75.00

HITACHI COOLER BAG

$25.00

ZX200-5 TROPICAL SPEC MODEL

$105.00

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$40.00


ORDER TODAY

TO PLACE AN ORDER FOR THESE AND OTHER GREAT MERCHANDISE PRODUCTS, CONTACT YOUR LOCAL CABLEPRICE BRANCH TODAY! All prices include GST. Products are subject to availability and prices may change without notice. Items displayed are for promotional purposes only and may or may not include optional extras. Offers valid while stock last. Stock may vary between branches.

For more information scan this tag. For full instructions see page 3.

HITACHI JACKET

$130.00

HITACHI HOODIE GREY

$70.00

BLACK HITACHI

YELLOW HI-VIZ

BEANIE

OILSKIN

$130.00

$15.00

HITACHI CAP, BLACK/ ORANGE

$15.00

HITACHI SOFTSHELL JACKET

$100.00

EQ OIL SKIN VEST

$100.00

ORANGE HI VIZ OIL SKIN VEST

$130.00

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Recent ISUZU

Deliveries

Don McNeil, of Upper Hutt Readymix, has added another Isuzu FYH350S to his fleet of Isuzu concrete trucks. The short wheelbase allows for enhanced manouverability in some of Wellingtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tight streets, while the 350hp and 11-speed gearbox, with three crawler gears, also helps. Dennis, who runs the concrete plant, finds the large load, which is able to be carried by these trucks helps increase the efficiency of his operation. Customer Upper Hutt Readymix Model Isuzu FYH350S

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Customer G P Friel Ltd Model Isuzu NLR250S Factory Tipper Gerry Friel of Wellington-based drainage contractor G P Friel Ltd has recently taken delivery of a new Isuzu NLR250S Factory Tipper. This small truck offers ute-like size and convenience while being able to carry a 2.5-tonne load. It will be used on GP Frielâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s drainage projects in and around the greater Wellington area.

Customer Hutt Valley Contracting Services Ltd Model Isuzu NLR250S Factory Tipper

Joey Manihera, owner of Hutt Valley Contracting Services, has a new Isuzu NLR250S Factory Tipper. This truck has had a cage fitted to the tray. It is used for carting green waste and assorted refuse, generated from their section clearing and grounds maintenance business, which is based in Lower Hutt.

Customer KPH Transport: Model Isuzu FVY1400A Refrigerated truck

Customer N Z Vision Corporation: Model Isuzu NLR250S Factory Tipper

Customer Renalls Joinery: Model Isuzu NPR450M AMT truck

Customer TIMG: Model Isuzu FSD700 Auto trucks

KPH Transport have a new Isuzu FVY1400A Refrigerated truck working out of their Wellington Depot. This truck is used for the movement of fruit and vegetables in the Wellington area, which includes daily trips up and down the Kapiti Coast. This 300hp truck has an Allison Automatic transmission, making for a relaxed drive on the capitals often congested roads.

Renalls Joinery have a new Isuzu NPR450M AMT truck. This is used for daily trips delivering quality joinery from their Greytown-based factory to clients in the Wellington and Wairarapa Region. This truck has an AMT transmission, which makes for a relaxed drive for the driver Paul. This truck replaces a 2002 Isuzu, which travelled close to 900,000km and was still going strong. The new truck has a body built by Astrolite, Masterton.

Clive Graham and Murray Wellwood, of N Z Vision Corporation, have a new Isuzu NLR250S Factory Tipper. This is being used to transport their new Hitachi ZX17U excavator as well as for carting to and from their various sites in the Wellington Region. This Wellington-based business specialises in underground fibre installation.

TIMG (The Information Management Group) have taken delivery of the first of a number of new Isuzu FSD700 Auto trucks for use in the secure movement of documents. The specialised bodies have been built by Hale Motor Bodies, Wellington, and have some innovative design features. These 260hp trucks have Allison Automatic transmissions and this gives a pleasant drive in the predominantly city areas these trucks work in. The genuine Isuzu Bullbars fitted also enhance the look of these well presented trucks.

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Recent equipment

Deliveries

Karl from Anderson Forestry Contracting in the deep south has taken delivery of the first new John Deere 959MH, fitted with a Satco 3L2T processing head. The John Deere 959MH is known for its stability, power, and comfort and Karl is getting excellent production due to these features Customer Anderson Forestry Contracting Model John Deere 959MH

Customer Aaron Pascoe Model McCloskey I34R Aaron Pascoe is CablePriceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first McCloskey customer, taking delivery of a new I34R compact impact crusher. The I34/I34R compact impact crusher is the perfect solution for projects with small footprints but big requirements.

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Customer Baxter Quarries Model Hitachi ZW310-5 Bruce and Jodie Baxter of Baxter Quarries in Waipapa Northland have taken delivery of a ZW310-5 Wheel Loader to carry out general duties in their quarry.

Customer Bill Fitzgerald Contracting Model Hitachi ZX130-5B Bill has taken delivery of another of our very popular 13-tonne machines. The ZX1305B was specâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d with Wedgelock equipment, I-lock coupler, twin ram tilt, and thumb.

Customer Bruce Woolley Contractors Ltd Model Hitachi ZX130LCN-5A

Customer Castlerock Contracting Model Hitachi ZX250L-5G

Customer Cathcart Engineering Contractors Ltd Model Hitachi ZX55U-5A Hitachi ZW40 Brent and the crew at Cathcart Engineering Contractors have just upgraded with some more Hitachi product into their fold. The ZX55U-5A and ZW40 will be right at home in North West Auckland working on all types of projects.

Customer Charles Logging Model Hitachi ZX290L-5 The Charles Logging boys pose alongside their new Hitachi ZX290L-5 log loader on delivery day. This Hitachi will be put through its paces, performing fleeting, shovelling, and loading duties in Broadwood. The support offered from CablePrice out of their Kerikeri Branch as well as the performance from their Hitachiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s were key decisions in the purchasing of new plant.

Customer Dignworx Model Hitachi ZX135USR-5B

Customer Far North Roading Model Hitachi ZX160LC-5B

Bruce and Karen Woolley have just taken delivery Hitachi ZX130LCN-5B, this machine is working up around the Mangawhai region. Bruce is very pleased with the Hitachi performance and finishing quality.

Bryce Hills and Vanessa Frear of Dignworx recently took delivery of a new ZX135USR-5B for general contracting duties in the Far North. Seen here in the front is Bryce on delivery day.

Castlerock Contracting have taken delivery of a new ZX250L-5G forestry machine for rook raking and forestry roading in and around the Southland area.

ZX160LC-5B belonging to Far North Roading working out the back of Broadwood doing final clean-up once logging was finished. Seen here is operator Cabby Johnson, who loves the ZX160LC-5B, which has the versatility of a smaller machine but the power of 20-tonne unit.

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Customer Far North Roading Model John Deere 620G

Far North Roading has recently added a John Deere 620G Motor Grader to their growing equipment fleet. The team couldn’t wait to test it out in the field to see what she could do. Overall, very happy repeat customers.

Customer Flexhire Model Hitachi ZX17U-5A

Flexhire have kicked off their excavator fleet with 2 new ZX17U5A Trailer packages. You won’t miss them around the Auckland region with their awesome, standout graphics. Thanks to Flexhire for choosing Hitachi as their preferred brand.

Customer Glamuzina Earthmoving Contractors Model Hitachi ZX210LC-5B

Luke Glamuzina has taken on anther Hitachi 20 tonner into his fleet. This new ZX210LC-5B is getting put through its paces in the Auckland Region on several different projects.

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Customer Flash Excavations Model Hitachi ZX210LC-5B Flash Excavations have recently taken delivery of this fully spec’d ZX210LC-5B. With Topcon 3D GPS and Doherty Powertilt, this machine is set up to take on any task that is thrown at Matt, the owner. Thank you Matt for choosing Hitachi.

Customer Gamble Forest Harvesting Model John Deere JD2156G

Gamble Forest Harvesting have taken delivery of a new JD2156G rear-entry cab-swing machine replacing an older 2154D model. One of the most notable features the new model has is how much quieter it is in the cab, said Craig Gamble. Seen here getting ready to load another load of logs out from Mt Allen, Dunedin.

Customer GT Harvesting Model John Deere 959MH

This is the first John Deere for GT Harvesting 959MH fitted with a Southstar FD 750 falling head. Shaun is loving the hydraulic power when felling as it gives great control over the tree.


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Customer Hall Bros Model Hitachi ZX135US-5B

Customer Harry Williams Model Hitachi ZX210LC-5

Customer Haycock Contracting Model Hitachi ZX65USB-5A

Customer Hopper Construction Ltd Model Hitachi ZX210LC-5B

Customer Horne Harvesting Model John Deere 959MH

Customer Horotiu Cartage & Hire Model Hitachi ZX135US-5B

Customer Julie Sammut Model Hitachi ZX17U-5A

Customer K2 Kontracting Ltd-Mataura Model Hitachi ZX160LC-5B

Long-time customer Halls Bros has taken delivery of its first new ZX135US-5B model fitted with a Robur twin ram tilting quick hitch.

Mike Haycock purchased a ZX65USB-5A for general work in the Dannevirke and Tararua region. Shayne Thomas is the operator of the machine kitted with a hydraulic tilting coupling and power thumb.

Matt from Horne Harvesting stands proudly alongside his new John Deere 959MH Harvester. Contracting to Horne Logging – his parent’s company – this is not only Matt’s first machine but also the first John Deere machine for the Horne family. Fitted with a Woodsman 750 Pro processor, Matt is loving the speed and power of his machine.

Welcome into the Hitachi fold Julie Sammut! Julie will be using her new toy for various jobs around her property, including looking after her horses, gardens, and bird rescue centre.

Harry Williams of the Far North recently added another orange machine to his growing Hitachi fleet. His new ZX210LC-5 will perform forestry roading duties throughout the Northland region. Supported by CablePrice’s northern most branch in Kerikeri.

Hopper Construction have taken delivery of a new ZX210LC-5B. This fits straight into Hopper’s impressive line-up of Hitachi Equipment. It has been fitted up with a Tilting Hitch package and CablePrice Engineering Handrails.

Waikato-based Horotiu Cartage & Hire (HCH) have taken delivery of their first Hitachi. Pictured is the ZX135US-5B, which will join their hire fleet earning its keep, ensuring their customers are treated with great quality machinery. Thanks for the business HCH.

Another new ZX160LC-5B for K2, replacing an older ZX160. This machine is fitted with a Calibre twin ram tilting quick hitch and will be used for work in general roading construction and farm work maintenance.

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Customer Mason Contractors Ltd Model John Deere 670GP

Mason Contractors Ltd have put their first John Deere 670GP Grader to work on the North Auckland back roads. They are impressed by the Grade Pro system and performance of the John Deere. Pictured Lance O’Callaghan (Managing Director) and Bruce Van de Hoek (Operator)

Customer Mason Contractors Ltd Model Hitachi ZX130LCN-5B Mason Contractors have added another Hitachi to their stable. The ZX130LCN-5B adds some extra stability with a longer undercarriage. Set up with a Tilting hitch and Hydraulic thumb, it’s a very versatile machine for it roll as a multi-purpose machine.

Customer Mike Hurring Logging Model Hitachi ZX250L

Customer Northside Sand & Gravel Model Hitachi ZW40

Customer Pits 4 U fame Model Hitachi ZX210LC-5B

Customer Rosewarne Contractors Model John Deere 959MH

This machine has been fitted up by Mikes engineering department with guarding package and a Duxon grapple. Seen here ready to be sent out to work.

Peter Crarer of Pits 4 U fame at attention next to his brand-new ZX210LC-5B. Working in a quarry near Wairoa, this machine replaces a mighty EX300-3 and Peter just loves the performance he is getting out of his new Hitachi ZX-5B.

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Nathan from Northside has recently taken delivery of a new ZW40. This unit was ordered ex-factory spec’d with air conditioning and fully enclosed cab.

Rosewarne Contractors recently took delivery of another 959MH with Southstar Felling Head. Seen here is Tristen Matthews about to take charge of Aqua Man in the Glenbervie Forest. The machine replaces an older 909KH with more than 16,000 hours on it.


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Customer Schick Civil Construction Model Hitachi ZX210LC-5B

Customer Shaun Russell Contractors Ltd Model Hitachi ZX210LC-5B

Schick Civil Construction recently added a little more orange to the excavator fleet. Pictured is the ZX210LC-5B and the ZX290LC-5B. Both models feature the TRIAS triple pump hydraulic system and continue to offer superior operator comfort that Hitachi is renowned for. Thanks for the continued support Schick Civil.

Shaun Russell Contractors have added an addition to their Hitachi family with the purchase of a new ZX210LC-5B top work on drainage contracts around the Hibiscus Coast in Auckland. The TRIAS pump system is proving to be a real winner with improved fuel efficiency and increased productivity.

Customer Solid Built Homes Model Hitachi ZX135US-5B

Customer Te Kahika Contracting Ltd Model Hitachi ZX210LC-5B

Customer Ultimate Siteworks Ltd Model Hitachi ZX55U-5A

Customer Warner Construction Model Hitachi ZX225USLC-5B Hitachi ZX33U-5

Callum has got into some big gear now, stepping up from a ZX17U-5 into a new ZX135US-5B fitted with Robur twin ram tilting hitch with wide bucket and thumb.

Ultimate Siteworks have taken delivery of a ZX55U-5A Hitachi Mini excavator for contracting work in Auckland. The ZX55U-5A is set up with a Power tilting quick hitch and bucket package.

Te Kahika Contracting have a new machine working in Hawkeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Bay building forestry roads. Guarding by CablePrice Engineering Christchurch, fitted with quick hitch and Chubb thumb.

Taranaki-based Warner Construction have got their hands on a couple of new toys for the collection, with the addition of a new ZX225USLC-5B and the ZX33U-5. The operational speed and smoothness of the Hitachi has proven its worth with Warner Construction and certainly helps with overall production. Thanks for your business, we appreciate it.

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2019 Isuzu Product Range More choices for more applications

N Series

Loaded with features, there is a model to suit all applications with various engines, transmissions and wheelbases. Isuzu’s N Series trucks are an impressive combination of clean yet powerful and fuel-efficient engines, outstanding safety features and intelligent design all delivered in an inspired package. With an unequalled number of variants available, including crew cabs, tippers, and 4x4s, it’s the smart choice in light trucks.

Single Cab: Model

Transmission

Configuration

GVM kg

Wheelbase mm

Max Power kW (DIN Nett)

Max Torque Nm (DIN Nett)

Rear Suspension

NLR250

Manual or AMT

4x2

5,500

2490 / 3360

110

375

Steel

NPR250

Manual or AMT

4x2

5,500

2765 / 3365

140

513

Steel

NPR325

Manual or AMT

4x2

5,995

3365

140

513

Steel

NPR350

Manual or AMT

4x2

6,500

3365

140

513

Steel

NPR425

Manual or AMT

4x2

5,995

3365 / 4175

140

513

Steel

NPR450

Manual or AMT

4x2

7,500

3365 / 4175

140

513

Steel

NQR525

Manual or AMT

4x2

5,995

3365 / 4475

140

513

Steel

NQR500

Manual or AMT

4x2

8,700

3365 / 4475

140

513

Steel

NPS425

Manual - 5 speed

4x4

5,995

3395

114

419

Steel

NPS450

Manual - 5 speed

4x4

7,500

3395

114

419

Steel

Transmission

Configuration

GVM kg

Wheelbase mm

Max Power kW (DIN Nett)

Max Torque Nm (DIN Nett)

Rear Suspension

NPR325

Manual or AMT

4x2

5,995

4175

140

513

Steel

NPR350

Manual or AMT

4x2

6,500

4175

140

513

Steel

Crew Cab: Model

NPR450

Manual or AMT

4x2

7,500

4175

140

513

Steel

NQR500

Manual or AMT

4x2

8,700

4475

140

513

Steel

NPS425

Manual - 5 speed

4x4

5,995

3395

114

419

Steel

NPS450

Manual - 5 speed

4x4

7,500

3395

114

419

Steel

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F Series

With an unequalled model range to choose from in the new Euro V F Series Range, the decision to choose Isuzu should be an easy one to make. Over the years, Isuzu has earned a well-deserved reputation, not only for outstanding reliability but also for broad specification choice and low whole-of-life costs. Our new F Series trucks continue this tradition and build upon the qualities of their predecessors. The launch of the new Euro V F Series range has redefined the next-generation of trucks.

Single Cab: Model

Transmission

Configuration

GVM kg

Wheelbase mm

Max Power kW (DIN Nett)

Max Torque Nm (DIN Nett)

Rear Suspension

FRD500

Manual or AMT

4x2

10,700

4660

151

637

Air Bag

FRR500

Manual or AMT

4x2

10,700

4660

151

637

Steel

FRD600

Auto - 6 speed

4x2

11,000

5160

191

760

Air Bag

FRR600

Manual or AMT

4x2

11,000

5160

191

760

Steel

FSD650

Manual or AMT

4x2

12,000

5560

191

760

Air Bag

FSR650

Manual or AMT

4x2

12,000

5560

191

760

Steel

FSD700

Manual or AMT

4x2

14,000

5560

191

760

Air Bag

FSR700

Manual or AMT

4x2

14,000

5560

191

760

Steel

FTR750

Manual or AMT

4x2

15,000

4250 / 5550

191

760

Steel

FVD950A Auto

Auto - 6 speed

4x2

12,000

5550

221

980

Air Bag

FVD1000A Auto

Auto - 6 speed

4x2

16,500

5550

221

980

Air Bag

Manual - 9 speed

4x2

12,000

4250

221

980

Steel

FVR950M FVR1000M

Manual - 9 speed

4x2

16,500

4250

221

980

Steel

FSS550P

Manual - 6 speed

4x4

11,000

3700

154

637

Steel

FTS800

Manual or AMT

4x4

13,900

4250

191

760

Steel

FVL1350

Manual - 9 speed

6x2

18,000

6470

221

980

Air Bag

FVL1400

Manual - 9 speed

6x2

24,000

6470

221

980

Air Bag

FVY1350L

Manual or AMT

6x4

18,000

6470

221

980

Air Bag

FVY1400L

Manual or AMT

6x4

24,000

6470

221

980

Air Bag

FVZ1350M

Manual or AMT

6x4

18,000

4410

221

980

Steel

FVZ1400M

Manual - 9 speed

6x4

24,000

4410

221

980

Steel

FVZ1400A Auto

Auto - 6 speed

6x4

24,000

5300

221

980

Steel

FYH350S or M

Manual - 11 speed

8x4

30,000

5080 / 5770

257

1422

Steel

FYH350A Auto

Auto - 6 speed

8x4

30,000

5770

257

1422

Steel

FYJ350FS M

Manual or AMT

8x4

30,000

5770

257

1422

Air Bag

Transmission

Configuration

GVM kg

Wheelbase mm

Max Power kW (DIN Nett)

Max Torque Nm (DIN Nett)

Rear Suspension

Crew Cab: Model

FTR750C

Manual - 6 speed

4x2

15,000

6050

191

760

Steel

FTS800C

Manual or AMT

4x4

13,900

4250

191

760

Steel

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Giga Series Sleeper Cab: Model

CYZ400

The current model Giga range was tested on New Zealand roads to ensure optimum performance and driveability for local conditions.

Transmission

Configuration

GVM kg

Wheelbase mm

Max Power kW (DIN Nett)

Max Torque Nm (DIN Nett)

Rear Suspension

Manual - 18 speed

6x4

24,000

4300

294

1863

Steel

CYZ460

Manual or AMT

6x4

24,000

4300

338

2255

Steel

CYZ530

Manual or AMT

6x4

24,000

4300

390

2255

Steel

EXY460

Manual or AMT

6x4

24,000

4300

338

2255

Air Bag

EXY530

Manual or AMT

6x4

24,000

4300

390

2255

Air Bag

CYH400

Manual - 18 speed

8x4

30,000

5980

294

1863

Steel

CYH460

Manual - 18 speed

8x4

29,000

5980

338

2255

Steel

CYH530

Manual - 18 speed

8x4

29,000

5980

390

2255

Steel

AMT - 16 speed

8x4

29,000

5980

294

1863

Air Bag

CYJ400 AMT CYJ460

Manual or AMT

8x4

29,000

5980

338

2255

Air Bag

CYJ530 MT

Manual or AMT

8x4

29,000

5980

390

2255

Air Bag

Factory Tippers

We have a range of trucks designed for specific applications, from the factorybuilt tipper that gets you on the road sooner to trucks specifically designed for specialised uses. Have a look and see our full range of specialised trucks.

Single Cab: Model

Transmission

Configuration

GVM kg

Wheelbase mm

Max Power kW (DIN Nett)

Max Torque Nm (DIN Nett)

Rear Suspension

NLR250S

Manual or AMT

4x2

5,500

2490

110

375

Steel

NPR325

Manual or AMT

4x2

5,995

3365

140

513

Steel

NPR350

Manual or AMT

4x2

6,500

3365

140

513

Steel

NPR450

Manual or AMT

4x2

7,500

3365

140

513

Steel

NQR500

Manual or AMT

4x2

8,700

3365

140

513

Steel

FRR500

Manual or AMT

4x2

10,700

3790

151

637

Steel

Transmission

Configuration

GVM kg

Wheelbase mm

Max Power kW (DIN Nett)

Max Torque Nm (DIN Nett)

Rear Suspension

Manual or AMT

4x2

7,500

4175

140

513

Steel

Crew Cab: Model

NPR450C

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Engine Model

Rated Power [kW at rpm]

Rated Power [hp at rpm]

Max. Torque [N.m at rpm]

2CA1AZP01

9.8 at 3600

13.1 at 3600

30.1 at 2600

3CE1BDZP2

26.9 at 3000

36.1 at 3000

103.0 at 1800

4LE1NYBW02

35.9 at 2600

48.1 at 2600

140.0 at 1800

4LE1TYBW01

45.0 at 2500

60.3 at 2500

180.0 at 1800

4JG1PK

46.2 at 2600

62.0 at 2600

195.2 at 1800

4BG1TRW01

72.0 at 2500

96.6 at 2500

311.0 at 1600

6BG1QW

93.2 at 2500

125.0 at 2500

412.1 at 1500

6BG1TRW02

121.6 at 2200

163.1 at 2200

553.6 at 1800

4HK1XYBW01

147.0 at 2100

197.1 at 2100

686.0 at 1500

4HK1XYBW02

147.0 at 2100

197.1 at 2100

686.0 at 1500

6HK1XYBW02

212.0 at 2000

284.3 at 2000

1125.0 at 1500

6HK1XYBW03

212.0 at 2000

284.3 at 2000

1125.0 at 1500

6UZ1XYBW01

270.0 at 1950

362.1 at 1950

1435.0 at 1500

6WGIXYBW01

397.0 at 1800

532.4 at 1800

2250.0 at 1500


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Equipment

specs The full range of Hitachi construction, forestry, quarry, and mining equipment.

excavators

The Hitachi ZAXIS-3 and new ZAXIS-5 range of excavators offer versatile machinery to suit almost any application, with an extensive range of models and variants in every weight class. From the zero tail-swing mini excavators through to the H&K heavy-duty models, every machine is built with the same attention to quality and dedication to producing the world’s finest excavator. Hitachi excavators redefine qualities of production, efficiency, and comfort. Now available from 1.1 to 80 tonnes, the range is making its mark throughout the country in mining, construction, demolition, recycling, waste handling, and forestry applications throughout New Zealand. Hitachi customers come back time and again because they know there is no substitute for quality workmanship and precision engineering. For higher productivity and lower operating costs, as well as higher retained values, CablePrice can help you select the right machine and attachments to keep your business productive and profitable. It can also assist with extended warranty, scheduled maintenance plans, or application-specific advice and support. Your local product support consultant can connect you to a global knowledge base, compiled from customers, just like you, around the world. It’s just another way CablePrice aims to ensure you’re powered to succeed.

Mini Excavators Model

Weight (kg)

Bucket* (m3)

Dig Depth (mm)

Bucket Digging Force (kgf)

Power (kW@rpm)

Flow (L/min)

ZX10U-2

1,110

0.02

1,780

1,200

9.5@2,100

2 x 10.6

ZX17U-5

1,880

0.04

2,190

1,630

10.6@2,400

2 x 19.2

ZX26U-5

2,630

0.08

2,590

2,270

14.5@2,500

2 x 30.0

ZX33U-5

3,720

0.08

3,130

2,770

21.2@2,400

2 x 38.4

ZX38U-5

4,170

0.10

3,460

2,760

21.2@2,400

2 x 38.4

ZX48U-5

5,070

0.11

3,630

3,270

28.2@2,400

1 x 120

ZX55U-5

5,380

0.14

3,830

3,760

28.2@2,400

1 x 120

ZX65USB-5

6,660

0.24

4,120

4,190

34.1@2,100

1 x 144

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Weight (kg)

Bucket* (m3)

Dig Depth (mm)

Breakout (kgf)

Power (kW@rpm)

Flow (L/min)

ZX75US-5

8,680

0.28

4,610

5,600

34.1@2,100

2 x 72

ZX85USB-5

9,060

0.28

4,510

5,600

34.1@2,000

2 x 72

ZX130-5

13,100

0.50

5,540

10,605

73.4@2,000

2 x 117

ZX130L-5

14,200

0.50

5,540

10,605

73.4@2,000

2 x 117

ZX130LCN-5

13,500

0.50

5,540

10,605

73.4@2,000

2 x 117

ZX135US-5

13,400

0.50

5,980

10,605

73.4@2,000

2 x 117

ZX160LC-5

18,500

0.60

5,980

11,420

90.2@2,200

2 x 191

ZX200-5

20,900

0.70

6,670

16,100

122.0@2,000

2 x 212

ZX210LC-5

21,800

0.80

6,670

16,100

122.0@2,000

2 x 212

ZX225US-5

24,500

0.80

6,620

16,100

122.0@2,000

2 x 212

ZX225USLC-5

26,300

0.80

6,620

16,100

122.0@2,000

2 x 212

ZX260LC-5

26,600

1.0

6,960

19,170

132.0@2,000

2 x 224

ZX290LC-5

30,300

1.10

7,220

20,598

140.0@2,100

2 x 236

ZX360LC-5

33,400

1.40

7,380

25,085

202.0@1,900

2 x 288

Large Excavators35,300 ZX360LCH-5

1.38

7,380

25,085

202.0@1,900

2 x 288

Weight (kg)

Bucket* (m3)

Dig Depth (mm)

Breakout (kgf)

Power (kW@rpm)

Flow (L/min)

ZX490LCH-5

49,000

1.15 - 2.65

7,890

30,260

257.0@2,000

2 x 400

ZX530LCH-5

52,200

1.3 - 2.5

7,770

30,150

257.0@2,000

2 x 400

ZX690LCH-5

68,200

2.5 - 4.0

8,560

33,100

345.0@1,800

2 x 489

ZX890LCH-5

84,300

2.9 - 5.0

8,870

40,700

377.0@1,800

2 x 556

EX1200-6

111,000

5.9

8,050

41,000

567.0@1,800

3 x 520

EX1900-6

192,000

12.0

8,180

58,000

810.0@1,800

6 x 335

EX2600-6

254,000

17.0

8,250

68,400

1,1119@1,800

8 x 500

EX3600-6

359,000

22.0

8,580

84,600

1,450.0@1,800

8 x 500

EX5500-6

537,000

34.0

8,800

107,000

2 x 1,119@1,800

8 x 375

EX8000-6

811,000

40.0 +

4,100

227,000

2 x 1,450@1,800

16 x 500

Base Unit Weight (kg)

Max Working Reach (m)

Swing Torque (kNm)

Traction Force (kN)

Power (kW@rpm)

Flow (L/min)

ZX250L-5

27,400

8,730

77.5

246

132@2,150

2 x 223

ZX290L-5

30,600

9,150

90.5

298

132@2,150

2 x 236

ZX400L-5

36,700

9,440

120.0

322

184@2,000

2 x 279

Weight (kg)

Bucket* (m3)

Dig Depth (mm)

Breakout (kgf)

Power (kW@rpm)

Flow (L/min)

16,600

0.50

5,770

10,600

90.2@2,200

2 x 117

large Excavators Model

Forestry Excavators Model

Wheeled Excavators Model ZX140W-5

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Wheel loaders

Hitachi’s comprehensive range of wheel loaders, packed with features and attention to detail, are lifting the standard in wheel loader comfort, control, and productivity. The ZW wheel loaders provide top-class production with amazing mobility. Total control of engine and pump torque is an industry first. Three work modes and three driving modes help to enhance operating ease, yielding higher levels of production. What’s more, numerous advances in design provide power and speed for loading and travel. The ZW series will set a new standard of productive, easy-to-operate wheel loaders.

Wheel Loaders Model

Weight (kg)

GP Bucket* (m3)

Engine Displacement (L)

Power Net (kW@rpm)

Breakout Force (kN)

Hydraulic Cycle Times Total (sec)

Static Tip Load (full turn kg)

Dump Height (m)

ZW140-5

11,400

2.3

5.19

113.0@2,200

96

10.1

7,720

2.85

ZW150-5

12,380

2.5

5.19

113.0@2,200

102

12.6

8,360

2.85

ZW180-5

15,400

3.0

6.69

126.0@2,000

114

10.8

10,900

2.76

ZW220-5

18,270

3.4

6.69

145.0@1,900

143

10.8

13,350

2.87

ZW250-5

20,530

4.0

7.79

181.0@2,000

151

11.9

14,620

2.89

ZW310-5

25,200

4.5

12.91

213.0@1,800

198

11.7

16,670

3.09

ZW330-5

27,460

5.0

12.91

213.0@1,800

204

12.4

18,430

3.19

ZW370-5

35,120

6.2

15.68

289.0@1,800

229

12.5

22,000

3.29

ZW550-5

47,210

6.8

15.68

396.0@1,800

408

15.6

28,740

3.59

Compact Wheel Loaders Model

Weight (kg)

GP Bucket* (m3)

Engine Displacement (L)

Power Net (kW@rpm)

Breakout Force (kN)

Hydraulic Cycle Times Total (sec)

Static Tip Load (full turn kg)

Dump Height (m)

ZW30

2,785

0.4

1.8

22.2@2,220

29

9.0

1,700

2.15

ZW40

3,295

0.5

2.4

30.4@2,220

36

9.0

2,100

2.45

ZW80

5,270

0.8

3.3

45.6@2,220

47

9.5

3,110

2.50

ZW90

6,375

1.0

3.3

53.1@2,400

51

9.5

3,790

2.71

ZW100

7,100

1.3

3.8

62.0@2,100

61

9.0

4,140

2.71

ZW120

8,640

1.5

3.8

68.0@2,100

79

9.6

4,710

2.73

Body Capacity Heaped (m3)

Turning Diameter (m)

Body Raise Time (sec)

Rigid frame dump trucks

In purchasing Euclid (a rigid dump truck brand synonymous with the mining industry), Hitachi was able to expand its line-up of mining products, with a world-leading range that perfectly complements its hydraulic excavators. Hitachi AC-drive technology, developed by Hitachi Limited, provides truck performance with a higher top speed, better gradability, and stronger retardation. These features increase the truck’s productivity and uptime while reducing operating and maintenance costs, all of which equates to a lower cost per tonne of material moved. Engineered for performance, designed for comfort, and built to last, Hitachi rigid dump trucks make even the toughest jobs look small. Model

Engine Model (Cummins)

Power Net (kW@rpm)

Net Machine Weight (kg)

Nominal Payload (tonnes)

Target GMOW (kg)

EH3500AC-III

QSKTA50-CE

1,398@1,900

146,000

178

324,000

117

29.3

17.5

EH4000AC-III

QSKTA60-CE

1,771@1,900

163,000

221

384,000

154

30.2

18.0

EH5000AC-III

QSKTTA60-CE

1,970@1,900

204,000

296

500,000

202

29.9

24.0

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Crawler cranes

Hitachi cranes are supplied by Hitachi Sumitomo Heavy Industries Construction Crane Co Ltd (a Hitachi Group company). They bring together the advanced technologies of both companies to produce the most comprehensive crawler cranes in the world. All Hitachi Sumitomo cranes are designed under a three-concept approach of ‘simple’, ‘refined’, and ‘reliable’ to enforce the key elements that customers are looking for in their equipment.

Model

Engine

Rated Output (kW@rpm)

Max Hydraulic Pump Capacity (Mpa)

Max Lifting Load x Working Radius (t x m)

Max Boom Length (m)

Ground Conact Pressure (kPa)

Basic Machine with Boom base (kg)

Shoe Length (mm)

SCX550

ISUZU 6HK1

140@2,000

29.4

55 x 3.7

52.7

67

31,400

760

SCX550E

ISUZU 6HK1

140@2,000

29.4

55 x 3.7

52.7

67

31,400

760

650TLX

ISUZU 6HK1

210@1,900

31.4

65 x 3.0

30.1

92

56,800

760

SCX700E

ISUZU 6HK1

140@2,000

29.4

70 x 3.7

54.0

76

39,800

810

SCX800E

ISUZU 6HK1

140@2,000

29.4

80 x 3.2

54.5

80

42,600

810

SCX800-2

ISUZU 6HK1

212@2,000

29.4

80 x 3.2

54.5

80

44,700

800

SCX800HD-2

ISUZU 6HK1

212@2,000

29.4

80 x 3.2

54.5

80

44,700

800

Cummins QSB6.7

201@2,000

31.4

80 x 3.3

54.5

90

45,600

810

SCX900HD-2

MITSUBISHI 6M70-TL

272@2,000

31.4

90 x 4.0

60.0

100

52,350

810

SXC1000A-3

CUMMINS QSB6.7

201@2,000

31.4

100 x 3.8

60.0

117

50,900

810

SCX1200HD-2

MITSUBISHI 6M70-TL

272@2,000

31.4

120 x 5.0

72.0

97

67,900

965

SCX1200-3

ISUZU 6HK1

200.6@1,850

31.4

120 x 5.0

75.0

91

53,700

965

SCX1500A-3

CUMMINS QSB6.7

201@2,000

31.4

150 x 4.5

75.0

103

54,100

965

SCX2000A-2

MITSUBISHI 6M70-TL

272@2,000

31.4

200 x 4.5

85.4

111

77,400

965

SCX2800-2

MITSUBISHI 6M70-TL

272@2,000

31.4

275 x 4.3

91.5

124

89,300

965

SCX3500-3

CUMMINS QSL9

272@2,000

31.4

350 x 5.0

72.0

136

109,750

965

ISUZU 6WG1

397@1,800

-

500 x 6.0

96.0

128

-

965

SCX800A-3

6000SLX

60

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Equipment

specs A comprehensive guide to the full range of John Deere construction, forestry, quarry and mining equipment.

Wheel loaders The John Deere K-Series wheel loaders take the three tenets of John Deere machine design—productivity, uptime, and low daily operating costs—to new levels. This is a machine designed to work, day in and day out. All of the models in the K-Series range are Loadrite™ ready and feature advantages such as solid-state electronics, highlyefficient Quad-Cool™ cooling, and advanced diagnostic monitors. Traditional John Deere durability is inherent in the K-Series design, with booms and mainframes so tough that they’re warranted for three years or 10,000 hours.

Model

524K-II

Operating Weight (kg)

GP Bucket* (m3)

Engine Displacement (L)

Power Net (kW@rpm)

Breakout Force (kg)

Hydraulic Cycle Times Total (sec)

Static Tip Load (full turn kg)

Dump Height (m)

12,667

2.1

6.8

112@1,900

9,060

10.5

9,281

2.77

524L

13,123

2.1

6.8

113@1,800

9,604

12.1

8,955

2.78

544K-II

13,121

2.3

6.8

128@1,900

10,115

10.2

9,619

2.76

544L

13,844

2.3

6.8

123@1,700

13,116

11.2

9,653

2.80

624K-II

15,614

2.7

6.8

149@1,800

12,821

9.9

12,006

2.86

624L

15,747

2.7

6.8

143@1,600

13,605

11.5

11,439

2.84

644K

18,333

3.2

6.8

175@1,700

15,378

11.0

12,879

2.91

724K

19,392

3.6

9.0

206@1,800

14,398

10.8

14,279

2.84

744K-II

25,587

4.2

9.0

227@1,500

18,263

11.2

16,735

2.90

824K-II

26,937

4.8

13.5

248@1,600

17,568

9.7

17.152

3.12

844K-III

33,861

5.7

13.5

283@1,600

19,445

11.6

21,228

3.23

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crawler dozers

The J-Series crawler dozers from John Deere combine operator comfort and fingertip controls with a barrage of power, ensuring that any job is finished to the highest level in optimal time. The full-featured hydrostatic drive train and state-of-theart controls deliver unsurpassed operating ease and versatility. John Deere dozers offer a variety of production-boosting advantages and allow the operator to customise machine operation, with references for unbeatable flexibility and control. If you are looking for a dozer with the finesse for finishing work, while being equally capable of handling big blade loads, then you canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t go past the John Deere J-Series crawler dozers.

Model

Operating Weight (kg)

Engine Displacement (L)

Power Net (kW@rpm)

Track Length on Ground (mm)

Drawbar Pull (kN)

Travel Speeds F/R (km/h)

Blade Options

Undercarriage Options

450J

7,386

4.5

57

2,184

115

8.0/5.0

PAT

LT/LGP

550J

7,718

4.5

63

2,184

120

8.0/5.0

PAT

LT/LGP

650J

8,977

4.5

74

2,210

135

8.0/5.0

PAT

LT/LGP/XLT

700J-II

12,946

6.8

93@1,800

2,616

200

8.9

PAT

XLT/LGP

750J-II

16,655

6.8

116@2,100

3,073

244

9.7

PAT

LT/LGP

850J-II

20,146

9.0

153@1,800

2,769/3,284

344

9.7

OSD/PAT

STD/WLT/LGP

Motor graders

Not an alternative but a better grader! The G-Series graders from John Deere offer a range of models, all with variable horsepower and the option of 6WD. More glass and more space make the G-Series cabins an enjoyable place to work. Best-inclass low rpm torque delivers power when you need it. No more stopping to change directions either: just slot straight from reverse into forward in any gear below fourth and youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re away again. Experience the John Deere G-Series today and move up to a new level of productivity. Model

620G / GP

62

Operating Weight (kg)

Blade Sizes (ft)

Engine Displacement (L)

Power Net (kW)

Net Peak Torque (Nm)

Travel Speeds F/R (km/h)

Blade Pull (kg)

Tires

17,509

12/13/14

6.8

149

915

45.5/45.5

14,091

17.5 R25 L2

622G/ GP

18,280

12/13/14

6.8

157

915

45.5/45.5

20,412

17.5 R25 L2

670G / GP

18,529

12/13/14

9.0

172

1,204

45.5/45.5

15,501

17.5 R25 L2

672G / GP

19,300

12/13/14

9.0

187

1,248

45.5/45.5

22,453

17.5 R25 L2

770G / GP

18,781

12/13/14

9.0

187

1,291

45.5/45.5

15,501

17.5 R25 L2

772G / GP

19,604

12/13/14

9.0

201

1,300

45.5/45.5

22,453

17.5 R25 L2

870G / GP

19,558

12/13/14/16

9.0

201

1,329

45.5/45.5

15,501

17.5 R25 L2

872G / GP

20,443

12/13/14/16

9.0

209

1,329

45.5/45.5

22,453

17.5 R25 L2

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John Deere Forestry Log Skidders Model

Operating Weight (kg)

Boom Size (m)

Grapple Size (sq. ft.)

Grapple Opening (mm)

Power Net (kW@rpm)

Transmission Type

Maximum Travel Speed (km/h)

Overall Width (mm)

640L-II

16,686

N/A

N/A

N/A

157@1,800

CVT

24.7

3,680

648L-II

19,054

2.6

13.3

3,226

157@1,800

CVT

24.7

3,680

748L-II

19,713

2.6

15.9

3,251

726@1,800

CVT

24.7

3,750

848L-II

22,384

3.0

19.1

3,785

210@1,800

CVT

25.0

3,750

948L-II

22,484

3.0

19.1

3,785

224@1,800

CVT

25.0

3,750

Model

Operating Weight (kg)

Boom Reach (m)

Gross Lifting Torque (kNm)

Deck Length (m)

Load Rating (kg)

Power Net (kW@rpm)

Tractive Force (kN)

Wheel Configuration

1210G

18,080

7.2

125

5,500

13,000

156@1,900

175

8WD

Forwarders

1510G

18,230

7.2

125

5,700

15,000

164@1,900

185

8WD

1910E

22,200

7.3

151

5,635

19,000

186@1,900

220

8WD

Wheeled Harvesters Model

Operating Weight (kg)

Boom Reach (m)

Gross Lifting Torque (kNm)

Slewing Torque (kNm)

Harvesting Head

Power Net (kW@rpm)

Tractive Force (kN)

Wheel Configuration

1270G

22,900

8.6

197

50

Waratah

190@1,900

210

8WD

1470G

22,900

10.0

225

59

Waratah

190@1,900

200

6WD

Boom Reach (m)

Lift Capacity Full Reach No Head (kg)

Maximum Rated Flow (L/min)

Maximum Harvesting Head

Power Net (kW@rpm)

Tractive Effort (kN)

UndercarriageLeveling Forward (deg)

Tracked Harvesters Model

Operating Weight (kg)

803MH

28,710

8.84

4,190

494

HTH624C

224@1,900

245

N/A

853MH

30,530

8.84

4,190

494

HTH624C

224@1,900

322

N/A

859MH

35,780

8.84

4,190

494

HTH624C

224@1,900

373

26

953MH

33,024

9.12

6,170

532

HTH625C

246@1,900

322

N/A

959MH

37,454

9.12

6,170

532

HTH625C

246@1,900

373

26

Tracked Feller Buncher Model

Operating Weight (kg)

Boom Reach (m)

Lift Capacity Full Reach No Head (kg)

Maximum Rated Flow (L/min)

Swing Torque (Nm)

Power Net (kW@rpm)

Tractive Effort (kN)

UndercarriageLeveling Forward (deg)

803M

29,030

8.49

7,990

494

55,090

224@1,900

245

N/A

853M

31,600

8.49

9,770

494

94,740

224@1,900

322

N/A

859M

36,060

8.49

9,770

494

94,740

224@1,900

373

26

953M

33,330

9.82

7,970

532

110,170

246@1,900

322

N/A

959M

37,760

9.82

7,970

532

110,170

246@1,900

373

26

Maximum Reach (m)

Maximum Travel Speed (km/h)

Drawbar Pull (kgf)

Maximum Rate Flow (L/m)

Power Net (kW@rpm)

Swing Speed (rpm)

Swing Torque (Nm)

Swing Machines Model

Operating Weight (kg)

2154G

28,125

9.86

4.7

25,435

2 x 236

122@2,000

12.6

74,376

2156G

30,942

10.97

4.7

25,435

2 x 236

122@2,000

12.6

74,376

2654G

34,090

10.16

4.7

25,435

2 x 248

145@2,100

10.6

107,869

2656G

36,025

11.71

4.7

25,435

2 x 248

145@2,100

10.6

107,869

3154G

38,267

10.80

4.2

30,350

2 x 248

186@1,900

8.7

120,000

3156G

43,202

12.55

4.2

30,350

2 x 248

186@1,900

8.7

120,000

3754G

42,916

11.05

4.5

36,102

2 x 304

202@1,900

11.0

148,462

3756G

48,625

11.63

4.5

36,102

2 x 304

202@1,900

11.0

148,462

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Equipment

specs A comprehensive guide to Bell Equipment including the Articulated Dump Trucks, Articulated Timber Trucks and the 225F Tele Logger.

Articulated Dump Trucks Model

Dry Weight (kg)

Payload (kg)

Load Capacity (m3)

Power Net (kW@rpm)

Gross Torque (Nm)

Engine Type (Mercedes Benz)

Maximum Forward Speed (km/h)

Wheels, Tyre Size

B20E

15,020

18,000

11.0

152@2,200

810

OM924LA

50

20.5 R 25

B25E

18,910

24,000

15.0

198@2,200

1,100

OM906LA

50

23.5 R 25

B30E

19,310

28,000

17.5

232@2,200

1,300

OM926LA

50

23.5 R 25

B35E

30,379

33,500

20.5

301@1,700

2,100

OM470LA

51

26.5 R 25

B40E

31,787

39,000

24.0

359@1,700

2,380

OM471LA

51

29.5 R 25

B45E

31,877

41,000

25.0

369@1,700

2,460

OM471LA

51

29.5 R 25

B50E

35,299

45,400

27.5

405@1,700

2,750

OM473LA

51

29.5 R 25

B60E

42,476

55,000

35.0

405@1,700

2,750

OM473LA

47

875/65 R29

Articulated Timber Trucks Model

Dry Weight (kg)

Payload (kg)

Bunk Capacity Approx (m3)

Power Net (kW@rpm)

Gross Torque (Nm)

Engine Type (Mercedes Benz)

Maximum Forward Speed (km/h)

Wheels, Tyre Size

TH408

TBC

TBC

39.6

198@2,220

1,110

OM906LA

50

23.5 R 25

Tele Loggers

Bellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 225F tele loggers come with several ergonomic, safety and comfort improvements including a larger cab, enhanced operator visibility, better cabin lighting, increased fuel capacity as well as noise, heat and vibration isolation from the cab. Moving to a water-cooled engine has also reduced noise levels by up to 26%. With its highly manoeuvrable design and low capital outlay, low operating costs and low fuel consumption, the Bell Tele Logger is one of the lowest cost-per-tonne solutions for sorting, loading and moving logs.

Model

Operating Weight (kg)

Boom Reach (m)

Load Over Height (mm)

Grab Opening (mm)

Load Rating (kg)

Engine Type (Yanmar)

Power Net (kW@rpm)

Wheel Configuration

225F

5,965

1,942

3,849

1,577

1,568

TNV98T

57@2,200

23.1-26

64

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Equipment

specs Crusher Model

International leaders in the screening and crushing industry with a complete line of equipment including cone, jaw and impact crushers, vibrating screeners, trommels and stacking conveyors.

Weight (kg)

Transport Height (m)

Transport Length (m)

Transport Width (m)

Stockpile Height - Main Conveyor (m)

Stockpile Height - Side Conveyor (m)

Engine (kW)

J35

23,850

2.98

9.32

2.50

3.01

2.58

162

J35R

23,850

2.98

9.32

2.50

3.01

2.58

162

J40

34,600

3.20

13.78

2.50

3.47

2.50

166

J45

43,900

3.40

14.48

2.50

3.88

2.50

261

J45R

56,000

3.40

15.42

3.10

2.96

2.50

261

J50

51,000

3.47

14.91

3.00

4.25

2.58

261

C38

36,500

3.40

14.90

2.50

3.23

-

261

C38R

45,495

3.40

17.29

3.10

2.97

-

261

C44

44,200

3.40

16.02

2.90

3.25

-

328

I34

23,600

2.98

9.32

2.50

3.01

2.58

188

I34R

23,600

2.98

9.32

2.50

3.01

2.58

188

I44v3

42,000

3.40

15.67

2.80

4.14

-

268

I44Rv3

54,650

3.40

15.87

3.30

2.86

2.48

268

154

48,200

3.56

15.13

3.00

4.21

2.58

320

154Rv3

52,900

3.60

15.86

3.00

4.19

2.57

380

V80 VSI

39,000

3.40

15.98

2.90

3.25

-

328

Weight (kg)

Transport Height (m)

Transport Length (m)

Transport Width (m)

Stockpile Height - Main Conveyor (m)

Stockpile Height - Side Conveyor (m)

Engine (kW)

S80

19,250

3.20

13.21

2.50

3.79

4.11

74

S130

27,200

3.40

16.52

2.90

3.87

4.60

75

S190

36,500

3.40

18.45

2.90

4.64

5.10

97

R70

15,400

3.20

9.68

2.50

3.38

3.56

95

R105

23,000

3.20

14.67

2.50

3.45

3.63

95

R155

32,600

3.40

15.30

2.90

3.75

3.96

95

R230

37,200

3.50

16.97

3.00

3.83

3.65

168

Mini Sizer

3,200

3.13

5.43

2.32

-

-

7

Kompaq Sizer

7,500

2.30

4.00

2.32

2.59

-

36

123 Sizer

23,500

3.36

11.95

2.60

3.36

-

74

Screeners Model

Wheeled Stackers Model

Weight (kg)

Transport Height (m)

Transport Length (m)

Transport Width (m)

Stockpile Height - Main Conveyor (m)

Stockpile Height - Side Conveyor (m)

Engine (kW)

ST80

-

4.11

18.80

3.00

9.47

-

Diesel or Electric

ST80V

-

4.11

18.80

3.10

9.47

-

Diesel or Electric

ST100

-

4.11

21.19

3.32

12.50

-

Diesel or Electric

ST100V

-

4.11

21.20

3.32

12.50

-

Diesel or Electric

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Tracked Stackers Model

Weight (kg)

Transport Height (m)

Transport Length (m)

Transport Width (m)

Stockpile Height - Main Conveyor (m)

Stockpile Height - Side Conveyor (m)

Engine (kW)

ST80T

-

4.00

15.60

2.60

9.47

-

Diesel or Electric

ST80TV

-

3.40

15.90

2.60

9.47

-

Diesel or Electric

ST100T

-

4.10

21.50

2.60

12.50

-

Diesel or Electric

ST100TV

-

4.10

21.40

2.57

12.50

-

Diesel or Electric

Feeder Stackers Model

Weight (kg)

Transport Height (m)

Transport Length (m)

Transport Width (m)

Stockpile Height - Main Conveyor (m)

Stockpile Height - Side Conveyor (m)

Engine (kW)

TF80

28,500

3.54

19.46

2.92

12.94

-

Diesel (Dual Power option)

ST80TF

-

3.40

18.30

2.60

9.70

-

Diesel

ST100TF

-

4.11

23.91

2.60

12.77

-

Diesel

Telescoping Stackers Model

Weight (kg)

Transport Height (m)

Transport Length (m)

Transport Width (m)

Production Rate (metric TPH)

Belt Width

Engine (kW)

TF80

-

3.89

17.53

3.35

725

36

Diesel or Electric

ST80TF

-

4.12

21.99

3.32

725

36

Diesel or Electric

ST100TF

-

4.12

24.38

3.32

725

36

Diesel or Electric

Weight (kg)

Transport Height (m)

Transport Length (m)

Transport Width (m)

Hopper Capacity (Mulch)

Hopper Capacity (Aggregate)

Engine (kW)

12,250

3.50

15.42

2.90

12.5 cu.m

10 cu.m

75

Feeders Model

UF1200

Trommels Model

Weight (kg)

Transport Height (m)

Transport Length (m)

Transport Width (m)

Stockpile Height - Main Conveyor (m)

Drum (m)

Engine (kW)

512A

9,750

3.69

12.85

2.59

2.74

-

75

512R

12,250

4.11

14.60

2.59

4.66

-

75

512RT

18,140

3.53

14.06

2.59

3.92

-

75

512RET

19,280

3.30

10.70

2.50

3.55

-

75

516AT

21,230

3.56

10.64

2.83

2.69

1.52 x 4.88

75

516RT

22,680

3.56

15.51

2.72

3.94

1.52 x 4.88

75

516RE

16,330

4.12

16.01

2.90

4.61

1.52 x 4.88

75

621

23,400/33,700

4.11

18.52

2.94

4.61

1.83 x 6.40

130

628

27,100

4.11

19.88

2.59

5.13

1.83 x 8.53

130

733

36,630

4.12

21.19

3.30

5.09

2.03 x 10.06

130

66

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