The Wille 375 is a front loader with extensive outreach, hydraulic flow sufficient for multiple work attachments and a wide range of optional equipment available are features that make the Wille 375Δ amazingly versatile: with one single machine, you can achieve more than with a mini-tractor or a wheel loader of the same size.
This Sweeper attachment from holder has been kept in good condition. It has been sitting outside for the last couple of years so it has some rust but besides that it has little fade in the paint. This biggest issue with it is that the brush on the front needs to be replaces since many of the bristles are rusted through.
The Vactor 2100i focuses on putting the operator first. The advanced technology that built the machine focuses on the performance of the equipment and the operator’s performance. Between the admirable performance, the comfort the ride brings, and the easy to operate equipment, you are sure to experience the feeling of being in control.
The TRUVAC HXX was built from the ground up. This full-sized machine had years of research. There is no job too big or too small for you to complete between the input from tests and customers. With the various types and flows of pressure rating, there are multiple storage options, excavation options, and more!
The ROVVER X lets you do just about anything you need to inspect your sewer drains. The rover is agile, intelligent and versatile, and easy to use. The steerable six-wheel drives and maneuvers around obstacles, the modular design will adapt to a pipe of any size, the side-scanning and laser profile are just a few of the many features you can have with your ROVVER X.
The Electric Boivin is engineered to function with electric motors or an electric actuator for every function to enhance the power efficiency while decreasing energy consumption. Feel good about your garbage truck.
The Heil RevAMP automated side loader was developed with a mission of revolutionizing refuse collection. The 100% electric arm and auger compactor allows fleets to reduce their environmental footprint by reducing fuel use and greenhouse gas (“GHG”) emissions, while also eliminating hydraulic oil spills. This combination enables the operation of a fully-electric automated refuse collection vehicle (“RCV”), versus hybrid technologies that adapt a traditional hydraulic body to a battery-powered chassis and still require hydraulic hoses to operate the body functions.