CASE Construction Equipment’s Tier IV Final TR310 Alpha Series compact track loader (CTL) features wider tracks (15.75 in. [40 cm]), a greater overall width (74.3 in. [188.7 cm]) and lower ground pressure (5.0 psi) than other medium-frame CTLs in the Case lineup.

ALLU Group Inc.’s DL screening buckets are designed specifically for use with compact base machines such as mini-excavators, small wheel loaders, skid steers and backhoes. One bucket allows you to change screen sizes ranging from 5/8, 1 ΒΌ and 2 in.

Thirty years after Hamm built the first oscillatory rollers, this intelligent technology is now making its debut in the minus 9,000 lbs. weight class at Hamm. A total of four models with oscillation technology are available, identifiable by an “O” in the name: HD 10 VO (5,500 lbs.

Bobcat Company has introduced its new zero tail swing (ZTS) E20’ compact excavator, which can handle the toughest jobs in confined spaces. The 13.9-hp model features a retractable undercarriage, cab comfort, increased uptime protection, attachment readiness and an ease of serviceability.

Komatsu America Corp.’s PC55MR EPA Tier IV Final compact hydraulic excavator is designed to provide increased versatility, improved operator comfort and lower operating costs for contractors working in a variety of construction, utility, landscaping and other excavation applications.

The Cat 826 landfill compactor has set the design standard for this demanding application since 1978, and with the introduction of the K Series model, that design is further advanced in terms of operator comfort and safety, ease of operation, durability, reliability, low-cost operation, and productivity.

Wacker Neuson is offering a new compaction control system on its most popular diesel reversible plate, model DPU 6555Hec. The monitoring system is called Compatec and takes the guess work out of determining when soil has reached the ultimate compaction results.

Topcon Positioning Group’s C-63 system is designed to track precise compaction with minimal equipment operation. It features Topcon GNSS technology and graphical display to provide real-time positioning and plan data, which ensures compaction is achieved in all required areas.

JCB’s VM117D soil compactor is powered by the Tier IV Interim JCB Ecomax engine delivering 125 hp (93 kW). Key features include:• Tier IV Interim JCB Ecomax engines delivering up to 10 percent fuel savings• No DPF for low cost of ownership along with no downtime for regeneration• Smooth drum or pad-foot models available for compaction of all soil types• Several compaction analysis systems available as options for the VM117• All-round visibility and serviceabilityImproved Soil Compaction SolutionThe VM117D has an operating weight of 11 tons (10 t) and comes equipped standard with a smooth drum.

JCB has completed its new generation of skid steer and compact track loaders with the launch of Tier IV Final small platform models. The eight machines, including the 135, 155, 175, 190 and 205 skid steers, plus the 150T, 190T and 205T compact track loaders, are powered by the all-new JCB Diesel by Kohler Tier IV engines.

Wacker Neuson’s 1.9 ton (1.7 t) compact excavator — EZ 17 — is the smallest zero tail model by Wacker Neuson and combines a compact footprint, expandable undercarriage and two-speed drive. The new EZ 17 provides maximum maneuverability and accessibility.