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Product Snapshot: Tunnel Drill Rig and Soil Compactor

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The Boomer M2 C has an upgraded control system that has a 15-in. touch screen and two multifunction joysticks. It features the latest version of Underground Manager, the company's rig-support planning software. The rig can be equipped with up to four booms with high-performance rock drills that are able to handle most rock types and drilling conditions. To meet emissions standards, a Tier 4 Interim engine option is available. Atlas Copco; 800-732-6762; www.atlascopco.us
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