Hyundai Construction Equipment offers wheel loaders, excavators, and compaction rollers to meet the harsh job site demands contractors, material handling operations, and other equipment users will likely encounter, and they’re known for their industry leading standard warranties.
On top of that Hyundai recently announced even bigger cash rebates on new and used equipment (too many models to mention) and they’re not messing around. Rebates from $1,700 on a 17z-9a mini excavator, $2,200 on a HR30t-9 roller, $20,300 on a seven cubic yard HL980 wheel loader, all the way up to $50,800; that’d be on the largest HX900 crawler excavator. Of course, there’s low rate financing available instead, just ask. Continue reading →
A SUPER-POWERED EXCAVATOR THAT CAN HANDLE DELICATE SITUATIONS!
Please welcome the Hyundai HX145LCR to our latest Martin Implement Product Spotlight…lots to love here. Let’s take a quick tour:
FLOAT LIKE A BUTTERFLY: This HX145LCR in our video comes equipped with RUBBER PADS on its steel tracks (an option), allowing you to cross highways, sidewalks, and parking lots without damaging these surfaces — or your machine. You can creep in and out, dig deep (19 feet, 8 inches!), swing tight (compact radius) — all while cranking MP3’s on the hands-free Bluetooth sound system.
Seriously, it’s like something James Bond would drive. (…In the final scene, sure.) Want to see more of this machine HX145 in action? Continue reading →
CLONE THYSELF, AT LAST! With New Holland’s FleetForce™ telematics, you have new super-powers: via their simple web-based solution, you (or your fleet manager) can be in two places at once! First, you can be there, watching over your machine, from inside the cab…even inside the engine; …at the same time, you can be in your command-post at HQ, changing the channel whenever you want, and “beam yourself down” to any other machine on the fleet. How great is that??
MANY HAPPY RETURNS… When you have this kind of control at your fingertips, your business can be more efficient, more productive, and more profitable. Using remote-monitoring applications, FleetForce™ delivers the details about your equipment. With just a few clicks, you’ll be able to…
SOMETHING BETTER, MATE! Hard to believe it could get better! But it is easy to see why Hyundai has always been a leader in equipment service innovations. Their new Hi CARE service augments the already crowd-pleasing Hi MATE remote management application in some very significant ways.
Hi CARE IS EVEN SMARTER Hyundai Hi CARE is a telematics system providing aftermarket support — a feature-rich platform that enables factory, dealer service teams, and fleet managers to provide remote support to their customers. And with Hi Mate, they’ve considerably beefed up the information available, and connected service capabilities…
Hi Care begins with all the amazing features of the Hi MATE system
GPS-Satellite Technology — real time, up-to-date machine location information
Operating History — daily reports on engine hours, remaining fuel, and key on/off time
Geo-Fencing — enables you to protect equipment from theft with a virtual fence and a (very) real alarm
Fuel Level Monitoring — end downtime with advance notice of refueling needs
Hi Care then adds integrated information from several other sources: such as warranty data, oil analysis program results, and additional engine-function reports (see below). And it’s all managed by Hyundai at the Hi CARE Center, within their corporate offices — using the Cloud, and bringing together data through Hyundai’s collaboration with Cummins.
U GOT THE POWER! Kubota’s U-series compact excavator line brings all the ultras to U and your team: they’reultra-durable, ultra-maneuverable, ultra-comfortable, and with their great power-to-size ratio and smartly-designed versatility, they’re ultra-productive. And the U17 adds one more benefit: it’s ultra-squeezable — with the ability to change the track gauge from 4’1″ to 3’3″ with the touch of a single lever. Hey, that’s what ultra is all about!
But it’s not just the U17: truly, every machine in this line optimizes the ability to move-in tight, and work your way out!
THE HYUNDAI HX160L: A TRUE PRODUCTIVITY MACHINE… The design philosophy for this Hyundai is maximum output with minimum effort. Both the machine and the operator are able to get more done, with less fuel and less fatigue. It’s a perfect recipe for daily & long-term productivity. The new HX160L is a great example from Hyundai’s latest, HX series excavators, which feature major advances in power, efficiency, safety, and comfort. Let’s take a closer look at all of these key features…
OUR “STEEL WHEELS” TOUR HAS BEGUN: RENT TO OWN A HYUNDAI EXCAVATOR Starting July 1st 2019, 100% of rental payments — for up to 6 months of payments — can be applied to purchase of a Hyundai Steel Track Excavator from our inventory. This deal will last only as long as our supply of these great machines. NOW is a great time to make your move…
THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS We’re doing everything we can to help our customers benefit from the $45 Billion in construction projects earmarked in the Illinois Infrastructure Capital Bill, so we’re offering these rent-to-own savings to maximize your flexibility. We’ve talked about best practices for renting and buying on the Martin Implement website: with one piece on the benefits of renting, and another comparing the comparing the benefits of renting vs. buying. Both are worth reviewing when you’re making those big decisions.
But with this sale, now you can wait on all that homework! Rent right away, and make your decision on buying…as you roll.
GROUNDBREAKING SAVINGS ON USED EXCAVATORS With $45 Billion in construction projects slated to get underway in Illinois this year, you may be thinking about ways to leverage the opportunities this boom will bring about.With plans to upgrade roads, bridges, parks and university buildings statewide, digging in is (literally), where it all begins. If your own fleet would benefit from the presence of an excavator, large or small, Martin Implement is here to help with our large inventory of outstanding used machines. We’ve updated pricing on our used excavator fleet, so now’s the time to make your move…
Considering Hyundai equipment? Hyundai provides free use of its Hi-Mate remote management system with the purchase or lease of any new Hyundai HL900 series wheel loader or HX series excavator. And they’ve just extended the period during which owners of Hyundai wheel loaders and full-sized excavators can use its Hi-Mate system free, from three years to five years. Yes! Continue reading →
We like lists. They’re quick reads and the information in them is organized so it’s easy to process and remember. This list of five most commonly ignored wheel loader and excavator maintenance tips is excellent. Consider including these on your contractor list of maintenance tips right away. The consequences of ignoring them can hit you in a number of ways—like downtime, lost productivity, lost revenue and unexpected costs.
Wheel Loader Maintenance Tips
Tires and wheels — Checking tire air pressure and missing lug nuts should be part of your wheel loader operator’s daily routine. Check the angle of wheels compared to axles, as excessive lean can be an indication of worn or damaged wheel bearings.
Drive shaft—Check the drive shaft U-joint straps and retaining bolts, along with any carrier bearings, for misalignment or lack of lubrication. Poorly maintained driveline components can lead to costly repairs.
Radiator—Make sure the radiator is clean of buildup to avoid engine overheating in warmer months. Any coolant leak or hydraulic/transmission leak near the radiator can lead to excessive buildup of dirt on the radiator fins, which restricts or blocks airflow, causing an overheat condition that can damage the engine and other components.
Transmission oil levels—Check levels regularly and be careful not to overfill. Overfilling the transmission can actually cause it to overheat during heavy-use conditions.
Bucket—Make sure to regularly check bucket edges and flip when needed. Not only will this extend the life of the bucket cutting edge, but it will reduce the effort needed as the machine drives into material to fill the bucket.