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Rokbak RA30 and RA40 will command attention

Rokbak RA30 articulated hauler

Company set to impress with articulated haulers on display and demonstration at Hillhead 2022

UK articulated hauler manufacturers Rokbak are set to impress with their RA30 and RA40 machines on display and demonstration at this year’s Hillhead show. The RA40 will be on the Rokbak stand, while the RA30 will be presented on UK dealer Molson Group’s stand. There will also be a Rokbak articulated hauler in the working demonstration area.

‘The Rokbak RA30 and RA40 articulated haulers set new benchmarks in durability, productivity and fuel economy – so we’re proud to be able to show the crowds at Hillhead what these machines are capable of,’ said Paul Douglas, managing director of Rokbak. ‘We are looking forward to meeting existing and future customers alongside our trusted partners Molson Group.’

Rokbak articulated haulers are known for being robust, reliable, easy to operate, and easy to maintain. The 38-tonne RA40 is a heavy-duty articulated hauler that makes light work of large-scale quarry, mine, and construction jobs.

Offering high capacity and performance, the RA40 delivers cost-effective productivity in the toughest conditions. The high-performance engine balances controlled power with maximum fuel efficiency, whilst the modulating transmission retarder is coupled with an efficient exhaust brake and fully enclosed, oil-cooled, multi-disc brakes for total control – even on steep inclines.

The 28-tonne RA30 is made for the toughest jobs and roughest sites, from quarries and infrastructure developments to commercial construction projects. With its new transmission, high-performance engine, and true independent front suspension as standard, it delivers power when it is needed and offers more control and comfort for operators.

For the European market, both machines feature the latest EU Stage V emissions-compliant engine, boasting up to a 7% improvement in fuel efficiency compared with older EU Stage IV engines.

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