ChTZ-Uraltrac to take part in Construction Vehicles & Technologies 2014 in Moscow

May 27, 2014. ChTZ-Uraltrac (a member enterprise of Uralvagonzavod Corporation) is going to take part in Russia’s largest building exhibition called Construction Vehicles and Technologies 2014 at Crocus Expo in Moscow in early June.

‘The tractor manufacturers are planning to present twelve machines there. Seven of them were made or assembled at the enterprise, including the smallest B8 bulldozer which is meant for communal housing services and road works as it can be operated in cramped city spaces. Visitors to the exhibition will also see the swamp-proof B11B and the new make of a bulldozer called B10M 6100EN with mechanical gear and a diesel engine made at Yaroslavl Engine Plant,’ the corporation’s press service says.

The new PK-70 loader with the capacity of 7,000 kg will be displayed at the exhibition for the first time. The BKK-2 compactor will also be sent to Moscow: this is one of ChTZ’s newest products that is used at waste landfills in large cities.

‘The tow vehicle for railway carriages TMV-2 is a locomobile assembled at ChTZ and prepared for moving along both railways and regular roads. It can be used for putting together trains. Thanks to its all-purpose nature, it can become indispensable at industrial enterprises that ship their goods via railways,’ the company says.

Finally, ChTZ stand will be complemented by the vehicles made at Orel-based Dormash (a member enterprise of Uralvagonzavod Corporation’ road-building vehicles division). These are two bulldozers: the B120 with hydro-mechanical gear and the B120M with hydro-static gear, as well as two road graders DZ-100 and DZ-122B.


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