Power Buggy provides traction on inclines and soft soils.
January 11, 2013 -
Constructed with rugged steel frame, AT-16 Power Buggy with Track Drive is equipped with 27 hp Kohler gasoline engine, 2-speed hydrostatic drive for loaded and transport modes, and heavy-duty poly dump bucket with 16 ft³ capacity. Hydraulic dump action provides 6 in. of ground clearance when fully dumped. Featuring 2,500 lb payload, USA-made buggy includes rubber tracks, complete operator control, and 2 work lights for optimal visibility.
Allen Introduces the All New AT-16 Track Drive Power Buggy
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Allen Engineering Corporation
P.O. Box 819
Paragould, AR, 72451
Press release date: January 9, 2013
The All-New sixteen cubic foot AT-16 Power Buggy with Track Drive provides excellent traction on grades, inclines, and soft soils. Providing more horsepower, more load carrying capacity and greater bucket volume than competitors; the new track buggy’s rugged steel frame increases load weight and distributes it across the entire frame, providing smooth, even transport.
Allen AT16 Track Drive Power Buggy standard features include:
Allen Engineering Corporation is headquartered in Paragould, Arkansas USA. The company designs, engineers, manufactures, and markets equipment for concrete placing, finishing, and paving professionals with a number one goal of Total Customer Satisfaction.
- 27 HP Kohler Gasoline Engine for more power
- Huge 16 cubic foot bucket capacity for more productivity
- Hydraulic dump action with 6” of ground clearance when fully dumped
- Heavy-duty poly dump bucket for long life
- Complete operator control with easy-to-use operator controls
- Rubber tracks for extra load capacity and traction
- Largest Track Buggy payload available at 2,500 lbs
- Two-Speed hydrostatic drive, loaded and transport modes
- Two work lights for greater work site visibility
- Made in the USA
Allen Engineering Corporation is family-owned and their Allen Equipment is American-Made. Allen Equipment is sold through a network of “concrete-focused” dealers around the world. For more information, visit the AEC web site at www.alleneng.com .