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Products Snapshot: Tier 4 Interim Motor Grader and Solar Panel Clips

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The Caterpillar 120M2 Motor Grader is powered by a Tier 4 Interim engine, with variable horsepower granting additional power at higher gears. The engine in the 120M2 has a maximum-net power rating of 189 hp, while the 120M2 All-Wheel-Drive model is rated at 209 hp. The engine uses a Cat NOx reduction system to achieve Tier 4 Interim standards. The motor grader is suited for a range of tasks, including heavy blade work, road maintenance and snow removal. Caterpillar Inc.; 309-675-8995; www.cat.com
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This week we look at the latest construction products, including a Tier 4 Interim Motor Grader from Caterpillar and a set of Erico fasteners designed for solar panel arrays. Click the image to begin the slide show.

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