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Volvo Penta launches two new CPCB II compliant engines
April 2014
With the CPCB Stage II emission norms coming into force, Volvo Penta has launched two 16-litre diesel engines for generators in the 600 kVA and 650 kVA range. These two new engines add to the company's range of CPCB II compliant engines that include a 7-litre,
Diesel Engines, Generators, Volvo Penta, CPCB Stage II, Gensets, Marine Engines, Mining, Material Handling, Pithampur, Bjorn Ingemanson, Commercial Vehicles, Aluminium Castings, S Prabhakaran, Automotive, Turbochargers

BoWex- FLE-PAC Flange coupling
April 2014
With the presentation of BoWex« FLE-PAC, the KTR engineers have improved the most well-known flange coupling for hydrostatic transmission in construction equipment. Hydrostatic transmissions in agricultural and construction machinery increasingly require a higher life of the individual components. With the use of conventional materials and designs, the engineers are pushing the limits of the existing components. Based on the very successful design of BoWex« FLE-PAC, the KTR engineers have impro
Bowex, FLE-PAC, KTR Engineers, Kumar Karandikar

Oerlikon Fairfield to Launch Hybrid Electric Drivetrain
April 2014
The new driveline system to be launched during the ConExpo is a complete series electric driveline system from engine to wheel featuring an innovative energy recovery system. Oerlikon Fairfield will unveil its new patent-pending hybrid electric drivetrain technology at the upcoming ConExpo-Con/Agg trade show from 4-8 March at the Las Vegas Convention Center. This technology is a complete series electric driveline system from engine to wheel featuring an innovative energy recovery system.
Driveline System, Conexpo, Dan Phebus

In India, we are the pioneers in providing gear-testing technology.
April 2014
We are planning to set up an assembly unit for gear-cutting machines in the next two years and will start manufacturing gear-cutting machines in the next five years, says Jiri Horacek, Managing Director, GearSpect India, in an interview with Huned Contractor. Excerpts of the interview.
Jiri Horacek, Gearspect India, Gearspect Group, Strojirny Celakovice

EX200LC Super Series
April 2014
Hitachi´s original optimum hydraulic system, at the core of the EX200LC Super, allows for easy, smooth and swift combined operations. Tata Hitachi, which has the widest range of hydraulic excavators with more than 30 models starting from 2T to 800T capacity catering to mining, construction, quarrying and other infrastructure applications, has now introduced the EX200LC Super series. The better and more reliable an excavator´s hydraulics, the better and more efficiently it gets the job done at
Tata Hitachi, EX200LC Super, Tata Cummins, Zaxis Series Excavators

Excavators Ready to Ride the Slump
April 2014
Within the Indian construction equipment industry, the crawler excavator segment is the largest by value and the second largest, after backhoe loaders, in terms of number of units sold. Now, the shrinking market and intense competition have forced OEMs to focus more on value additions. Concepts like low lifecycle cost, faster ROIs, lowest cost per tonne all have made it imperative for OEMs to innovate, both on the product design and service fronts. Agith G Antony takes a peek at the prevailing t
Indian Construction Equipment Industry, Oems, Agith G Antony, ´Volvo CE, Doosan Infracore

We continue to offer more and more value additions in products and services.
April 2014
For many decades now, we have been proving in the market that all our products offer the lowest cost of operation. We have been able to do this for customers who operate our machines on a continuous basis, even up to over 20 hours, mostly in the mining and quarrying segments, says AM Muralidharan, President, Volvo CE India. Excerpts from the interview.
AM Muralidharan, Volvo CE India, Reman, Hydraulic Component, Customer Support Agreement

Our efforts have always been to make the most fuel-efficient machines.
April 2014
The LiuGong excavator provides the highest productivity in its class, with its effortless hydraulic controls and spacious cabin. LiuGong lays lot of emphasis on operator comfort in order to increase operator efficiency. The machine operates at a higher pressure and hydraulic flow which results in better breakout force and faster cycle time, which further leads to better fuel efficiency, says Rohit Punjabi, Assistant Director (Strategy & Planning), LiuGong India. Excerpts of the interview.
Liugong India, Rohit Punjabi, FTB, Pithampur, Indore

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