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This week on The Dirt we discuss potential legislation for road funding, a new excavator from Takeuchi and the all-new 2021 Ford F-150 which has been redesigned inside and out and now features a powerful new hybrid powertrain option and even an integrated generator.

We also talk with Towfique Ahmed, a product manager at Trimble on an update to the company’s Centerpoint RTX system, which allows you to perform site surveys without a base station. Check out this week’s episode below.

This week on The Dirt we discuss potential legislation for road funding, a new excavator from Takeuchi and the all-new 2021 Ford F-150 which has been redesigned inside and out and now features a powerful new hybrid powertrain option and even an integrated generator.

We also talk with Towfique Ahmed, a product manager at Trimble on an update to the company’s Centerpoint RTX system, which allows you to perform site surveys without a base station.

🚧 Episode Chapters 🚧

0:00 Intro

0:55 Current Proposed Infrastructure Funding Legislation

3:18 Hitachi, Topcon partner on factory integrated excavator control

4:12 Takeuchi intros TB225 excavator

4:44 Ford Unveils 2021 Ford F-150

6:06 Introducing Towfique Ahmed to Discuss Centerpoint RTX â€" Corrections with no Base Station!

 

🚧 Mentioned in this Episode 🚧

How road construction fares in Democrat, GOP funding plans
https://www.equipmentworld.com/how-road-construction-fares-in-democrat-gop-funding-plans/

Hitachi to factory-add Topcon grade control on excavators
https://www.equipmentworld.com/hitachi-topcon-grade-control-excavators/

Takeuchi’s new TB225 excavator has swing boom, retractable undercarriage for digging in tight spaces

Ford Unveils 2021 F-150

Trimble’s new SPS986 eliminates need for base station in GPS rover surveys

 

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Geith G4 Quick Coupler

Geith G4 Quick Coupler

Geith designed its new G4 excavator quick coupler to prevent attachments from falling off and for changing attachments from the cab.

The G4 has a variable pin center design so operators can easily pick up and switch a range of attachments from various manufacturers without having to leave the cab. The coupler can also reverse buckets for excavating against walls and under pipes, the company says.

Geith G4 quick coupler

Automatically hydraulically activated springs hold the attachment in place even when misconnection or cylinder failure occurs, Geith says.

For safety, the coupler features front and rear locks that are activated by springs. The front safety lock retains the attachment in case of misconnection. The rear lock is a secondary safety feature backed up by two springs and will retain the attachment’s rear pin in case of cylinder failure. A patented curl-to-release control system “guarantees the attachment is only released in a safe position,” the company says.

“The front lock is automatically hydraulically powered-on the whole time,” said Gerry Kealy, Geith sales manager, at the company’s booth at ConExpo 2020. “These two springs exert 5 tons of pressure on the engaging plate, which goes to the back end.”

Kealy says the multiple-lock system has been adopted in Europe following fatal accidents with buckets falling off but has not had widespread adoption in the United States.

“People are used to using quick couplers that their grandfather had, and they’ve got a bunch of buckets designed for a specific coupler and they don’t want to have to change those buckets and have to retrofit it,” he said. “But the couplers are not safe.”

Geith says its coupler can save 25 percent of total machine hours compared to a direct mount, and its compact design delivers improved tip radius for increased breakout force.

A multi-pin system enables the operator to pick up attachments with different pin diameters. The coupler does not require greasing and has few replacement parts. It is made of high-strength steel.

 

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excavator digging trenchA Georgia contractor faces a $134,937 penalty for employees working in a trench without cave-in protection.

This marks the third time in the past five years that Norcross-based Construction Management & Engineering Services, dba CMES, has been cited by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration for trenching violations. The company also has a history of other violations, and counting the current penalty, has racked up a total of $212,605 in penalties in the past five years, according to OSHA inspection reports.

Workers for CMES were in a trench December 16 in Duluth, with a 7-foot sheer face and 16 feet of hill above them in type B soil, according to OSHA. Type B soil is cohesive but has been cracked or disturbed. Examples include angular gravel, silt loam and soils that are fissured or near sources of vibration.

The trench did not have cave-in protection, such as sloping or a trench box. OSHA issued a willful violation. It is OSHA’s most severe violation and means the employer knowingly failed to comply, or acted with indifference to employee safety.

Other trench violations issued against CMES for no cave-in protection:

  • May 29, 2015 â€" The company was fined $16,170 for a serious violation and for a repeat violation for no protective system after an investigation that began April 27, 2015. The fine was reduced to $9,702. (It appears CMES had a similar trench violation before this incident, but OSHA online inspection records date back only to June 16, 2015.)
  • September 12, 2016 â€" The company was fined $27,435, which was reduced to $13,716, for a serious violation for no protective system after an investigation began May 3, 2016. A serious violation exists when the workplace hazard could cause an accident or illness that would most likely result in death or serious injury, according to OSHA.

The company has also been fined in the past year by OSHA for other violations:

  • On August 7, it was fined $30,000 for eight serious violations related to machinery use, oxygen-fuel gas welding and cutting, and wiring methods. It was also cited for 10 serious violations that resulted in $20,000 in penalties related to fall protection and falling object protection, flammable liquids, portable fire extinguishers and hazard communication.
  • In December, it was fined $4,250 for two serious violations of the “control of hazardous energy (lockout/tagout)” standard. This standard addresses unexpected energization or start-up of machines or equipment, or release of stored energy, that could harm employees.

(For more on the business and human costs of trench-collapse fatalities in the United States, see Equipment World’s special report Death by Trench.)

 

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