Scranton Manufacturing and its New Way Trucks brand of refuse truck bodies will debut the company's latest rear load body at the 2019 Waste Expo, May 7-9 in Las Vegas, NV. The new 25 cubic yard New Way Cobra HC adds high compaction (HC) to the Cobra line of rear loaders, and was designed to be the fastest and strongest in the lineup.
Scranton says their award-winning engineering team has taken what they have learned from designing thousands of New Way refuse bodies currently in service, and applied that knowledge to this new HC model. The Cobra HC has the compaction and speed of its bigger brothers, the Cobra Magnum and the King Cobra, but is lighter with an overall lower profile for height-restricted routes. Plus, its full-length formed trough, external backpack valve, 21-23 second cycle time and angled ejection cylinder deliver consistent loads up to 1000 pounds per cubic yard.
Other design features include a 15,000-pound overall weight (standard 25-yard model), a large 3 1/2 cu-bic yard hopper with wide 80-inch tailgate and inboard cylinders, an inside-body hydraulic tank, optional auto-lock turnbuckles, and optional bolt-on winch systems. Additionally, the new Cobra HC was designed with technicians in mind. An outside mounted front valve, easy access wiring system, and removable slide shoe access covers make preventative maintenance simple and easy.
"We are eager to reveal New Way's Cobra HC to the world during the Waste Expo," said Don Ross, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at New Way Trucks. "The company is always innovating and looking to fulfill our customers' needs."
The new Cobra HC is currently in limited production. New Way's latest rear loader will initially be available in a 25 cubic yard model when full production begins in early 2020, followed by 20 and 27 cubic yard models later in 2020. New Way dealers will begin accepting orders for the 25-yard Cobra HC be-ginning in July 2019.
During the 2019 Waste Expo, attendees can see the all-new Hino XL series class 8 chassis and the New Way Cobra HC in the Hino Trucks booth (#285).
To learn more about the all new Hino XL chassis, interested parties are en-couraged to visit www.hino.com.