What to see at ICUEE 2019: Manitowoc, Pettibone, Prinoth, Terramac, Stellar, Fecon in Area N

The ICUEE Demo Show is set for October 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 our guides to the show’s South Wing here and to Areas K &L here.

Here is a sample of some of the equipment ICUEE attendees will see in the Area N outside demo area:

Manitowoc, booth N2021

National Crane NTC55L

Manitowoc will showcase a trio of cranes: the Grove GHC30 telescoping crawler crane and the NTC55L and NBT30H-2 TM National Crane boom trucks. The GHC30 features a full-power, three-section 83-foot telescoping boom and will be outfitted with a pole claw and auger at the show. Also on display will be the National Crane NTC55L truck crane, which features a 55-ton capacity and 151-foot boom and is designed for maneuvering in tight areas, and the National Crane NBT30H-2 TM, a 30-ton boom truck with a 69-foot boom designed for use on a short wheelbase “tractor” style chassis.

Pettibone, booth N2006

Pettibone will display its Cary-Lift 204i pipe and pole handler, which features an overhead lift-arm design that gives the operator full front visibility when lifting or transporting loads. The Cary-Lift forks can tilting down 90 degrees for specialized lifting tasks. The 204i is powered by a 200-horsepower Cummins Tier 4 diesel engine with DOC and SCR aftertreatment. The 204i has a maximum load capacity of 20,000 pounds and max lift height of 14 feet. It is offered in a variety of steering modes and can achieve a turning radius of 21 feet 6 inches.

Prinoth, booth N3016

Prinoth Panther T7R

Prinoth will display for the first time its Panther T7R tracked rotating dumper. The company says the T7R is designed to deliver lower cost of ownership and enhanced productivity. Prinoth will also display its Panther T22 carrier crane, designed to access hard-to-reach areas. It has a working height of 222 feet and 1,200 pounds of platform capacity. Prinoth developed the T22 with Altec. Prinoth will also display its line of Vegetation Management attachments, including the new M450s-1900 compact mulching head for skid steers, a full range of mulching attachments for excavators from 6 to 25 tons, and the S700 stump grinder for 6- to 12-ton excavators and for skid steers up to 90 horsepower.

Stellar Industries, booth N1012

Stellar TMAX Aluminum

Stellar Industries will show a multitude of products, including its hooklift hoists, cable hoists, container carriers, telescopic cranes, articulating cranes, tire service truck packages and work truck accessories. It will also display its mechanic service truck packages.

Terramac, booth N2030

Terramac RT6U and RT14U

Terramac will display its most compact model rubber-track carrier, the RT6U. Designed for utility applications, it will be on display with a Terex Commander 4047 digger derrick. The RT6U features a compact footprint of 25 feet 8 inches by 8 feet 2 inches for working in tight spaces, and it can be loaded onto a tag trailer and hauled by line trucks, the company says. Terramac will also display its heavy-duty RT14U crawler carrier equipped with a Terex RMX 75 aerial device. The RT14U is designed for working in remote areas where it is difficult for larger, wheeled machinery to access.


Fecon, booths N2207 and 4306

Fecon will introduce its 200-horsepower Tier 4 Final FTX200 Mulching Tractor, which includes the Fecon Power Management System. The low-ground-pressure (4.2 psi) tractor features an oscillating undercarriage with 20-inch track shoes and a spacious cab with a panoramic view, air suspension and a heated seat. The FTX200 also features a larger touchscreen IQAN display, a rearview camera display mounted in line of sight on the front grid window, and keyless ignition with security. Fecon says the FTX200 is ideal for projects in right of way, urban interface, and land improvement or development.