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Wednesday, 14 May 2008 ( #360 )
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The WeighMaster 2000 has greater accuracy than its predecessor.
B&B scales up with updated WeighMaster
NEWBURY, United Kingdom

B&B Attachments has updated its WeighMaster mobile weighing range with the WeighMaster 2000.

A company spokesman says the updated WeighMaster 2000 has greater accuracy than its predecessor.

Used on most hydraulic mechanical lifting equipment with capacities up to 99,000kg, the weighing system uses oil pressure technology to equalise all pressures and forces on the truck for accurate results.

The MLT 735 has new features.
Manitou adds to Evolution series
WACO, TX, United States

Manitou North America has introduced the MLT 735 "Evolution" telehandler to replace the MLT 634 and MLT 741 units.

The MLT 735 has new features including an EPA Tier III-compliant engine, a new cab, paint and decal scheme, improved lighting, better air conditioning system and a JSM (joystick switch and move) controller.

It retains Michelin tyres but these have been upgraded to the 460/70-24 XMCL tyres, which have increased tread life, reinforced lugs, greater traction and reduced ground compaction.

Logitrans launches products

Logitrans' rotator comes in two models.
Logitrans UK Ltd has introduced a new manual highlifter and a rotator.

The improved highlifter that has a 1,500kg (3,307lb) capacity has an extended handle and uses less pump force when lifting.

The rotator comes in two models – a classic model with forks and a new one with a multi-purpose carriage. Both lift up to 1,000kg (2,205lbs).
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