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Terraseeding® is more than seeding with soil. It’s a process exclusive to Express Blower equipment. It is the calibrated injection of seed, fertilizer, or other granular additive directly into the soils, compost, or mulches blow stream. Use to permanently secure erosion control blankets, beautify sediment control berms, repair athletic turf, germinate healthy lawns, and establish native landscapes using wildflower seeds. With a properly equipped EB, the blown-on application produces a consistent, professional result in a fraction of the time it takes to do it the old-fashioned way, saving time and labor. You don’t need more people. You need more machine. For more, visit

Single Drum Vibratory Rollers

CASE Construction Equipment introduces the new SV212D and SV216D single drum vibratory compactors—compatible with both smooth and padfoot drums. With best-in-class centrifugal forces, self-adjusting torque control system, and the most climbing power in the industry, these machines are built for industry-leading performance in the toughest applications. Able to climb grades of up to 65 percent, the SV212D and SV216D feature a low-center-of-gravity axle-free design and a high-traction hydrostatic drive system that provides constant power to the wheels and drum with an electronic self-adjusting torque control system. The machines’ new 154 hp Tier 4 Final engine also delivers greater torque than previous models. For more, visit

Bolt Cutters

Milwaukee Tool expands its Hand Tool offering with the addition of Bolt Cutters. Available in 14 inch and 24 inch, the new bolt cutters are designed with forged steel blades and bolts that won’t loosen—translating to more cuts and longer life. Also included in the lineup are two adaptable bolt cutters with POWERMOVE™ Extendable Arms, allowing the user to extend the arms for more power and versatility. The 14-inch Bolt Cutter is available now. The 24-inch Bolt Cutter is available in May. The 14-inch and 24-inch Adaptable Bolt Cutters w/ POWERMOVE™ Extendable Arms are available in July. For more, visit

Safety Knives

STANLEY introduces a new line of 16 STANLEY® and STANLEY® FATMAX® Safety Knives with concealed, auto-retracting, and spring-loaded blades to enhance cutting productivity, safety, and convenience in fast-paced work environments. The new STANLEY and STANLEY FATMAX Safety Knives offer features such as three blade depth settings to help protect contents, easy trigger squeeze to help reduce user strain as compared to thumb slide models, and blade locks to help prevent accidental blade exposure. The Safety Knives are designed to help reduce the risk of cuts, lacerations, and punctures that can occur during a variety of common applications. For more, visit

Skid Steers

ASV Holdings Inc. offers the large-frame, radial-lift RS-75 and vertical-lift VS-75 skid-steer loaders. The machines feature highly efficient hydraulics and cooling systems, as well as best-in-class high ground clearance, departure angle, and serviceability. Both models feature an industrial 74 hp diesel engine. Built for power and reliability, the naturally aspirated 2.9-L displacement engine produces 192 ft-lb of torque. The Tier 4 Final engine requires no regeneration, exhaust sensors, or diesel exhaust fluid. Skid steers includes 1-year warranty coverage for the full machines and a 3-year/3,000-hour powertrain and hydraulic system warranty. For more, visit

Hydraulic Excavator

Komatsu America Corp. introduces the new PC390LCi-11 hydraulic excavator, the first 3D semi-automatic excavator available with the nimbleness and speed of the popular 36-ton weight class machines and stability of much larger machines. Intelligent Machine Control features a unique sensor package, including stroke sensing hydraulic cylinders, an IMU sensor, and GNSS antennas. The machine utilizes 3D design data loaded into the machine’s monitor to accurately display machine position relative to target grade. When the bucket reaches the target surface, automation kicks in to limit over excavation. For more, visit


Modern Contractor Solutions, March 2018
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