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Hinowa's Bauma plans

Digger Blogger | 16:09, Tue March 22 2016

Hinowa is expanding its range of compact crawler-mounted mini-dumpers.

At Bauma 2016, Hinowa will launch a petrol powered version of its HS701. This is a stand-on, 0.29m³ and 700kg capacity dumper with a mast-type hi-tip feature, enabling it to load skips or trailers up to 1.35m high. At just 758mm wide, it can pass through standard doorways and garden gates.

The HS701 was originally launched in 2014 with a Kubota diesel engine. Hinowa is now adding two models with Honda petrol engines. The 9HP version has manual start – which the manufacturer says is an industry first for this type of product. The 13 HP version has electric start and a heat exchanger, meaning it is designed for more intensive use. Both are available with standard dumper or self-loading dumper.

Hinowa tracked compact plant can be fitted with a range of attachments including self-loader, high tipper, mini-excavator, farm bed, spray kit, levelling blade and hydraulic winch.

The Italian company is also adding a 15-metre machine to its growing range of tracked boom lifts.

The Lightlift 15.70 Performance IIIS (illustrated below) is a 15.4-metre working height crawler-mounted boom. It will be at Bauma and available to order from July. Like other Lightlifts, it is available powered by Lithium-Ion batteries, providing quiet, emissions-free operation.

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The 15.70 provides outreach of 6.6 metres while elevating to 10 metres. This is the fourth model in Hinowa’s Lightlift Performance IIIS range. Overall length is 4.02 metres, width is 780mm and stowed height is less than two metres. Length is further reduced to 3.4 metres with the platform cage removed. And at less than 1,950kg (petrol version), this is a lightweight machine.

Hinowa is giving its Lightlift 17.75 Performance IIIS and Lightlift 20.10 Performance IIIS an upgrade to create Mark 2 versions. Enhancements include a new basket design, a single key starting system, LED lights on the outriggers, new remote controller box and the option of an anti-entrapment system.




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