Utility Vehicles: Thinking Savings, Buying Versatility
Part 1: Utility Vehicles: Managers' Top Consideration is Cost
Part 2: Utility Vehicles: Green Still Plays Key Role in Specification Process
Part 3: Utility Vehicles: Hybrid Technology Makes a Splash
Part 4: PRODUCT RELEASES: Utility Vehicles
PRODUCT RELEASES: Utility Vehicles
By Dan Hounsell, Editor
Maintenance Solutions - February 2009 - Grounds Management
Gas-Powered Utility Vehicle
Kubota Tractor Corp.
The RTV500 is 54.7 inches wide and 72 inches tall, and it offers a 15.8-horsepower, liquid-cooled, two-cylinder Kubota gas engine, four-wheel drive, and a top speed of 25 mph... more»
The Toro Co.
Vehicles in the new Workman® HD Series, depending on the model, offer total capacity of 2,835-3,002 pounds... more»
Jacobsen, a Textron Co.
The Turf-Truckster features a 2,850-pound payload and is available in a 32-horsepower (hp), electronic-fuel-injection gas model or a 26.1-hp diesel model... more»
John Deere Co.
The Gator HPX 4X4 features: a 20 horsepower, liquid-cooled, twin-cylinder, four-cycle Kawasaki gasoline engine; a hydroformed steel frame... more»
Utility Work Machine
The D-Series Toolcat 5600 features four-wheel, independent suspension that helps with mowing, spraying, pushing snow or traveling over uneven terrain... more»
EPAC Software Technologies Inc.
ePAC 7.1 is a Web-based computerized maintenance management program available in SQL Server and Oracle databases... more»
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