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NEWS “MARCH 2017”

The model 1012D is now EU stage 4 / tier 4F emission compliant, with the first trencher going to work for the Dutch contractor Van Huizen , using a quiet and fuel efficient Deutz TCD3.6L4 engine. For many years Mastenbroek have lead the field in compact self-propelled precision drainage trenchers. The 1012D retains the many options which set it apart as a versatile little work horse. For example soil skirts and conveyor system to remove excavated spoil on sports turf, an off-setting trench head for glass houses and Trimble laser or GPS control for both grade and auto steer.

Lamma 2017

Mastenbroek will be exhibiting at Lamma 2017 the UK’s largest farm machinery, equipment and agricultural services show. To be held at The East of England showground, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, on the 18th and 19th January

Midlands Machinery show

We will this year be exhibiting at the Midlands Machinery Show on 23rd & 24th November 2016 at The Showground, Lincoln Road, Winthorpe, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG24 2NY. On our stand will be the Mastenbroek P-15 drain jetter, Herder mowing baskets and the latest Trimble GPS products as well as information on all of Mastenbroeks products

News “September 2016”

A new model, the 40/20 has been developed in response to global demand for a powerful heavy duty chain trencher which incorporates the latest technology to install on grade drainage with greater efficiency and repeatability. Maximising operator comfort, safety and staying ahead of the more stringent environmental standards in North America and Europe. The digging chain is driven by two heavy duty hydraulic motors, with selectable low / mid / high speed ranges to suit soil type. Side tilt and extendable track widths aid stability and maximise clearance for spoil from deep trenching.

News “February 2016”

Yorkshire land drainage have taken delivery of the first “Volvo Penta EU Stage 4 engine” 2015 drainage trencher this year. The 238kw machine offers all the features of the previous series machine but with the important added bonus of achieving Stage 4 Final emissions standard. With Volvo Penta opting for selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology, this system performs without regeneration or a diesel particulate filter making it a simpler, more versatile and a less costly option for our customers.The machine was purchased after a demonstration day when customers viewed the new trencher in action.

Bauma 2016

The world’s largest construction machinery exhibition opens its doors every three years in Munich, Germany, welcoming half a million visitors. Meet the Mastenbroek team on stand 219 hall B3 from 11th to 17th April.