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Intermat Preview

Gehl will show its second-generation skid-steer loaders at Intermat both in a static display and on the demonstration area.

New controls, power assisted steering and a longer wheelbase increase operator comfort on these new models but the most important feature is the increased hydraulic power which means faster and more efficient operation of all attachments.

The two models featured are the SL 5635 and the SL 6635 - machines normally used in heavy duty applications Hamm stand: Making their international debut will be four models from the company's new lineup of 3000 series single-drum vibratory compactors. These machines offer a microprocessor controlled operating system that uses sensors to monitor travel speed, vibration, frequency and gradability.

The operator can then set the parameters on the machine according to the material being compacted. New developments in tandem vibratory rollers can also be inspected plus the latest oscillatory range - which offers faster compaction with the drums maintaining constant contact with the ground. Hamm will be showing its range of Raco soil stabilisers, which use GPS technology. And a new Panien spreader will debut.


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