LBX Company has announced the Link-Belt 600 X4 Material Handler (MH) for the US and Canada. The 600 X4 MH features an electronically-controlled 362 horsepower Isuzu engine that meets EPA Final Tier 4 requirements, without the need for a diesel particulate filter (DPF).
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LBX Company LLC raised $51,000 in support of the American Heart Association's (AHA) annual "Life is Why We Give campaign. LBX made a commitment to donate $500 for every Link-Belt excavator, forestry machine or material handler retailed in February in North America. This is the third year that LBX has participated as a national supporter of the campaign. LBX has committed to support this program through 2021.
LBX Company has introduced two new models for the U.S. and Canada: the Link-Belt 250 X4 Material Handler (MH) and the 250 X4 Scrap Loader/handler (SL). Both feature an electronically-controlled 177 horsepower Isuzu engine that meets EPA Final Tier 4 requirements, without the need for a diesel particulate filter (DPF).
LBX Company recently broke ground on a 25-acre tract of land in Lexington, Kentucky for its Customer Experience Center, intended to highlight the company's products, innovations and technologies for the future.
LBX Company LLC, makers of Link-Belt excavators, forestry machines, demolition and scrap/material handling equipment, recently announced the opening of an Equipment Sales and Service Limited (ESS) branch in Calgary, Alberta. ESS has been a Link-Belt excavators dealer since September 1978.
Next Generation Link-Belt 210 X4 excavator delivers with 9 percent faster cycle time than its predecessor
LBX Company has announced the Link-Belt 210 X4 excavator for the U.S. and Canada, featuring an electronically controlled 160-hp Isuzu engine that meets EPA Tier 4 Final requirements, without the need for a diesel particulate filter (DPF). The mid-size 210 X4 is easy to transport and nimble enough to take on a variety of tasks, such as excavating foundations, placing pipe, stockpiling overburden, trenching, road building and truck loading.
All Link-Belt Excavators sold after April 1, 2014 will be equipped with RemoteCARE™, an equipment based, user friendly management tool that combines telematics with GPS technology according to LBX Company LLC.
The 800 X2 Material Handler from LBX is specifically designed for scrap handling and barge unloading. These purpose-built machines maximize productivity, minimize operating costs, and provide operators with balance and power while sitting in the operator’s seat. The wide stance of the 800 X2 also provides excellent stability while working in all positions. The 800 X2 is powered by an electronically-controlled 532 horsepower Isuzu Tier 3 engine.
LBX is introducing five new Link-Belt X3 Series excavators in 2011, beginning in the first quarter with the debut of their 250-, 300- and 350-class machines, which were introduced at ConExpo held in March. Mid-year, the company says a 250 Long-Front and 470-class excavator will be made available. The X3 Series full-sized conventional models have been completely redesigned with an all new ROPS certified cab and interior, new Interim Tier 4A Isuzu engines and up to 10-percent better fuel efficiency, as well as more lift capacity, faster cycle times and improved serviceability.
Scheduled for availability in early 2011, the new Link-Belt 360 X2 RT rubber tired material handler is equipped with an Isuzu diesel engine rated at 202 kW (271 net hp) at 2,000 rpm, and weighs approximately 42, 865 kg (95,000 lbs) Standard features include a hydraulic cab riser, 16.76 metre (55-foot) reach attachment, two-speed transmission with planetary 4WD axles, two-wheel steer with axle oscillation and four solid single tires. Travel Speeds are up to 19.2 km (12+ mph) and grapple sizes up to 1.15 m3 (1.5 yd3) are compatible.
The Link-Belt 240 X2 material handler is ideal for scrap/material-handling, demolition, waste transfer and site prep. These machines include the option of linkage- or gooseneck-style attachments, and units can be equipped with dangling magnets and orange-peel grapples for scrap yards, or shears and processors.
LBX has announced the availability of their new Link-Belt 240 X2 material handler. Designed for speciality applications such as scrap/material-handling, demolition, waste transfer and site prep, these new machines include the option of linkage- or gooseneck-style attachments. Units can be equipped with a variety of tools like dangling magnets and orange peel grapples for scrap yards, trash grapples for construction and demolition debris, buckets for handling material fines, or shears and processors to handle tougher tasks.
The Link-Belt 600 LX MH is a 127,075-pound machine with 300 hp at 2,000 rpm. Built-in turntable bearings are designed to withstand torsional stresses encountered in heavy loading and high-duty cycle operations. The 600 LX MH has a swing torque of 110,710 ft-lbs, electronic engine control with ECU and electronic governor, and Inte-LX technology which maintains engine rpms when load demands change, for faster hydraulic response. Operator features include a large FOPS-rated cab, single-pedal travel, and various work modes.
Link-Belt material handlers are purpose-built, and feature heavy-duty, high-wide X-Pattern, integrally-welded undercarriages for improved stability, even weight distribution, power and durability. These machines use over-sized turntables and large drive motors, and can be equipped with a variety of specialized attachments and components. The Link-Belt 600 LX MH (shown top) is a 127,075-pound machine with 300 hp at 2,000 rpm. Built-in turntable bearings are designed to withstand torsional stresses encountered in heavy loading and high-duty cycle operations. The 600 LX MH has a swing torque of 110,710 ft-lbs, electronic engine control with ECU and electronic governor, and Inte-LX technology which maintains engine rpms when load demands change for faster hydraulic response. Operator features include a large FOPS-rated cab, six fluid-filled mountings, single-pedal travel for consistent straight-line mobility, and various work modes.