Walk Around a New Cat Service Truck

April 27, 2016

Maintainer recently shipped two new Service Trucks to Caterpillar's Tinaja Hills Demonstration and Learning Center in Green Valley, AZ. Western Regional Sales Manager Jason Klatt highlights some of the features in a new video (below). The truck is built on a 4-wheel drive Caterpillar chassis and has several options that were installed to meet mining industry regulations.

0:40 Miller Trailblazer Welder
0:42 batteries & 12V/24V Jump Start system
0:46 Oxy-Acetylene compartment w/ divider and 50' hose reel
0:49 6-gal flammable safety storage cabinet & 3/8 x 50' grease reel
0:54 H14025 Maintainer crane - 25' reach; 14,000 lb max pick
1:10 Advanced Crane Control System
1:27 Crane Remote Control with magnetic base & stow saddle
1:43 used filter bin in workbench bumper
1:48 manual hydraulic controls
1:50 scene lighting
1:53 j-hooks for hose storage
1:56 patented Pressurized Storage System
2:00 pull-out steps
2:15 three-point access for climbing
2:32 back-up camera
2:34 enclosed outrigger cylinders with removable sand pad
2:44 DuaLock Aluminum Drawer sets
3:00 center deck view of grease drum, welder & ladder storage
3:03 cab guard, 51" light bar, and buggy whip
3:08 Vanair Reliant 85 cfm air compressor
3:10 umbrella holder on crane

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GG433 CAT Service Truck - Tinaja Hills