Compact Power Adds Boxer 532DX Mini-Skid to Lineup

Tue January 01, 2008 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Compact Power Inc. has added another model to the Boxer lineup, the 532DX mini-skid.

Like the Boxer 526DX, the track-driven 532DX offers an integrated track system that retracts from a fully extended 43.5-in. (110.5 cm) to a width of 35-in. (89 cm) and is controlled by a joystick on the control panel. The variable track design makes it simple for the operator to maneuver the 532DX through tight areas, such as gates and sidewalks with ease, then extend back to full width for increased stability while in operation, according to the manufacturer.

The 532DX provides the highest horsepower in the Boxer line as well as increased hydraulic flow and much more.

This new mini-skid offers an operating capacity of 1,050 lbs. (478 kg). The 532DX is powered by a 32.8-hp (24.5 kw) Kubota D1105-T diesel engine giving it plenty of horsepower to tackle the toughest construction, landscaping or utility projects. A two-pump, 3,000 psi (207 Bar) hydraulic operating system develops 14.5 gpm (54.9 Lpm) of hydraulic flow to run the machine’s propulsion and auxiliary systems.

Together, the engine and hydraulic system provide the Boxer with enough power to handle full size attachments like a 36-in. (91.4 cm) auger or 48-in. (121.9 cm) trencher.

The Boxer 532DX is ideal for a number of industries, including: landscaping and irrigation, construction, concrete work, fencing, demolition, golf course maintenance and construction, utility work and municipalities to name a few. This rugged mini-skid is built to handle a full complement of more than 50 universal compact utility quick attachments for a variety of applications. All of these attachments are available from Compact Power.

The Boxer’s standard quick attach system enables the user to quickly and easily switch from bucket to forks to auger or other tools.

For more information, call 800/476-9673 or visit

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