Launched in September 2019, the 2-ton (1.9-tonne) JCB 19C-1E is the first non-tethered, all-electric mini excavator available in North America and the first in JCB’s emerging range of E-TEC electric construction machines. The 19C-1E offers the same power as JCB’s diesel-powered 19C excavator yet produces zero exhaust emissions and one-fifth of the noise, making it well suited to construction and excavation applications within enclosed or urban job sites, or noise- and emissions-sensitive environments such as hospitals and schools. Powered by three lithium-ion batteries creating 313 Ah (15 kWh) of capacity, the 19C-1E can complete a typical day’s work on a single charge. An optional four-battery pack increases capacity to 417 Ah (20 kWh) and delivers an additional 2 hours of continuous use. For more info, visit https://www.jcb.com/en-us/products/compact-excavators/19c-1e
JCB’s new 504-13 Loadall subcompact telescopic handler offers 4,000 lb lift capacity and a maximum lift height of 13 feet 3 inches, making it an ideal handling palletized and loose materials for maintenance projects, job site clean-up, and applications within confined worksites. It features a new 39 hp Perkins Tier 4 Final-compliant diesel engine, 500-hour extended service intervals and simplified maintenance procedures, hydrostatic transmission, permanent 4-wheel steering and all-steel bodywork. For more info, visit https://www.jcb.com/en-us/products/telescopic-handlers/504-13-us
“Consistently having multiple JCB machines recognized on the annual Construction Equipment Top 100 list is testimony to the innovative design and manufacturing excellence that goes into every JCB product,” said Ashby Graham, general manager of product at JCB North America. “Importantly, the real beneficiaries are JCB customers who use these machines to boost productivity, reduce operating costs and run profitable businesses.”
Established in 1991, Construction Equipment’s Top 100 New Products list is the longest running product awards program in the construction equipment industry. Construction Equipment magazine is a trade source for the latest in new product information, including product development; product technology; and machine acquisition, disposal and maintenance.