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SUPERIOR OPERATOR SAFETY DRIVES JCB SITE DUMPER DEAL

A leading agricultural and groundworks contractor has bought the highest specification JCB site dumper ever ordered in Northern Ireland.

Purchased by Co. Down based John Dan O’Hare, the brand-new Stage V 9T-2 dumper has been configured to provide the ultimate in safety and comfort for its operators. 
 
Supplied by Dennison JCB, it boasts additional features of a SiTESAFE cab with air chiller, Powershuttle 4 speed transmission, roadlight kit, front screen guard, skip guard, flexible lower Hi Viz step, 360 vision camera kit, SiTESAFE radar, white noise reverse alarm, skip raise warning and LED worklights.
We were looking for a new site dumper and the JCB Stage V 9T-2 is a very good machine. The cab is a must for operator safety – with some sites demanding it now. With the weather in Ireland, it’s also essential for operator comfort!

John Dan O'Hare| Brian O'Hare Director 

“The 9-tonne model holds plenty of material and is easy to use. We added the high specification so it does everything we need it to do and it looks the part too. Dennison JCB are always a pleasure to deal with – they never let us down.”
 
As the largest site dumper in the JCB range, the JCB 9T-2 is an extremely powerful and productive machine that’s designed to shift huge loads of material with class-leading skip strength courtesy of thick steel side walls and heavy-duty steel front and base plates.
 
The JCB 9T-2 assures optimal levels of protection and comfort with its innovative JCB SiTESAFE cab which is fitted with a Hammerglass™ front screen and has been designed to withstand a front dump impact and side slewing impact from a 13-tonne excavator and side slewing impact from a 20-tonne excavator.
 
Established for over 50 years, John Dan O’Hare is an agricultural and groundworks contractor based in Co. Down, Northern Ireland. The new JCB Stage V 9T-2 dumper joins five tracked excavators, two 3CX backhoe loaders, four wheeled loading shovels and a Loadall telescopic handler in John Dan O’Hare’s impressive fleet of JCB machines.