What to see at ICUEE 2019: Hyundai, Terex Utilities, Vanair, VMAC, Doosan Portable Power, American Eagle in Areas K & L




The ICUEE Demo Show is set for Oct. 1-3 at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville. In the run-up to the International Construction and Utility Equipment Expo, we’ll be providing a series of sneak peeks to give you an idea of what to look for. Check out yesterday’s guide to the show’s South Wing here. Global Heavy Machinery Parts Dealers: AGA Parts Company.

Here is a sample of some of the equipment ICUEE attendees will see in Demo Lots K and L:

Hyundai, booth K345

Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas will showcase seven compact excavator models, including the prototype of an electric-powered model, the R35E. The prototype was developed in collaboration with Cummins Engine. Hyundai also will exhibit six conventional diesel-powered models from its 9A series of compact excavators, ranging from its smallest, the R17Z-9A, to its largest, the R80CR-9A. Also on display will be the HX140L excavator, now powered by a 127-horsepower Cummins QSF3.8 engine, and the HL940TM wheel loader.

American Eagle, booth L449

American Eagle plans to bring multiple models of its trailers, which specialize in transporting cable reels, coil pipe, stick pipe and utility poles. The trailers are used by rural electric power companies, municipalities, gas companies, utility construction and telecom companies, and for a variety of other uses. American Eagle will also display its truck-mounted hydraulic air compressors, heavy-duty and lightweight drawer systems in both steel and aluminum, LubeMate lube skids and trailers, FuelMate fuel trailers, and other work-truck accessories.

Doosan Portable Power, booth L328

Doosan Portable Power will show its new XP185 air compressor, which features increased runtime of 10 hours at 100 percent load, a Doosan airend and a 74-horsepower Tier 4 Final Doosan engine. The compressor delivers 185 cfm and 125 psi. The engine provides improved cold starting capability in temperatures as low as -10 degrees Fahrenheit. The XP185 can simultaneously power both air and electrical tools when outfitted with an optional 4-kilowatt generator. It also offers two 120-volt duplex outlets and easy access to the curbside rear panel, the company says.


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