#CT-Operators

Upgrade from Takeuchi TB225 to TB230 with a Compacttilt CTR3

Mads Bøgelund Petersen is the owner of the contractor company Bøgelunds Erhvervsservice.

In Bøgelunds Erhvervsservice, excavation and burial for cables, plugs and mains is carried out, as well as digging for water breaks, etc.

In this connection, Mads has upgraded the excavator from Takeuchi TB225 to Takeuchi TB230, and can now dig up to 65 centimeters deeper.

Compacttilt™ CTR2 is used for the expansion of the new MTB track in Silkeborg

Former WC Champion in BMX, Chris Tetsche Christensen, is today a trained contractor.

He makes a living making MTB tracks, and is in the process of expanding Silkeborg Bikepark.

Chris Tetsche Christensen chose a Hitachi Zaxis 19U as a mini excavator, where he had various requirements – including that it should have a Compacttilt™ CTR2.

Eurocomach 22SR with Compacttilt™ CTR2

Ronni Emborg is the owner of Emborgs Anlæg ApS – and a EurocoMach 22SR

In addition to the desire for a Compacttilt™ CTR2, Ronni also wanted a lot of extra equipment. Read what he got for his machine.

JCB 100C-2 with Compacttilt™ CTR10

Morten Sloth Nielsen was the first in Denmark to get the new generation JCB 100C-2.

With experience from Compacttilt, it was time to test the Compacttilt Rotator – CTR10.

Read more about Morten’s company (Mejdal Entreprenørforretning ApS), and see his new machine (JCB 100C-2).