Owen Pugh recently purchased the new JCB Hydradig, the first to arrive in the North East of England.
By moving the engine and tanks to the chassis this enables the operator to see all four wheels from their driving position. The machine’s extra stability is as a result of its low centre of gravity which allows for more stable lifting.
The Hydradig can be serviced at ground level which means operators no longer have to climb over the machines.
John Dickson, Group Chairman purchased the Hydradig directly from Lord Bamford himself whilst visiting the JCB Headquarters in Rocester late last year and was delighted to see it put straight into action working for the National Trust assisting in the construction of a Sand Martin nesting site close to Souter Lighthouse.