power buggy

power buggy

A materials-handling machine, about the size of a wheelbarrow, driven by a gasoline-powered engine or electric motor.
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of Paragould, which designs and manufactures concrete equipment, said last week it would buy the Miller power buggy line from Miller Spreader Co.
Terex Aerial Work Platforms sold its generator business to Cummins Power Generation and sold its power buggy line to Indy Equipment, both for an undisclosed amounts.
But power buggy expert Ennis McBride, Glasgow manager of suppliers Charterwood Mobility, warned it was important to take care with them.
Magnum's MPB16 Power Buggy is powered by an air-cooled Honda engine rated 13 hp.
Designed to allow construction professions to transport concrete and other materials around the jobsite through all manner of soil conditions, Multiquip has introduced the WPB-16AWD all-wheel drive power buggy.
This is the first all-wheel drive power buggy in a 16 cu.
There have not been any new developments in the power buggy industry for many years and power buggies are notorious for getting stuck or slowing down in sandy soil.
Manufactured in Puebla, Mexico, the WPB-16AWD power buggy is powered by an air-cooled, four-cycle Briggs & Stratton Vanguard gasoline engine rated 18 hp at 3600 rpm.
According to Faler, in addition to the electric switch used to activate the all-wheel drive, there is also a traction assist feature on the WPB-16AWD power buggy that is made up of a button located near the steering handle that allows the third wheel motor to be temporarily engaged.