Engcon UK will be at Hillhead 2018, featuring at stand D13 and also in the live demo area, which will see live demonstrations of the EC226, in twin hitch configuration with their EC-Oil automatic hydraulic couplers that now comes as standard with 6-30 tonne tiltrotators, mounted on JCB’s new 220x.
A range of processing attachments will demonstrate the flexibility of the EC-Oil system and its ability to connect hydraulic kit without leaving the cab.
The static stand will host an example of Engcon’s new mini-digger series of tiltrotators; this being an EC204 on Takeuchi’s brand new TB225.
Engcon will be releasing its new prototype for its lighter, stronger modular hitch that has fully integrated hydraulic hoses. As well as this, the new Engcon 30 tonne QS80 hitch will be available to view, with a wide range of Engcon attachments.
Engcon UK’s full customer team will be attending, including Managing Director Robert Hunt.
This is great news for mini-digger owners looking for a tiltrotator and control system, with details of the new 0% finance deals, extended warranties and full product information all readily available.
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