17 March 2008

Hinowa has extended the bottom end of its line of tracked dumpers with the HS400, which has a skip capacities of 450 kg and 0,165 m3. A 4,8 kW Honda engine powers the machine, which adopts three versions of skip without mechanical change: a construction dumper bed; an agriculture bed with sides that fold down to provide a large, flat surface; and a construction bed with a self-loading bucket.

The Verona-based company said the machine is “maintenance free, silenced, and robust.”

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