Menzi USA Sales will showcase its latest Menzi Muck M545X at the upcoming Government Fleet Expo and Conference (GFX).
Event attendees will be able to climb into the X Generation Menzi Muck — commonly known as an ”all-terrain walking excavator.” Once in the panoramic cab, participants will be able to start the engine and move various components in order to get a sense of the power and smoothness of the boom and stabilizer functions.
Due to the individually adjustable stabilizers, the Muck can work safely on steep slopes, work in up to 7 feet of water and silt, climb down rugged embankments to excavate, mow brush, and clear trees, as well as drilling for foundation support and a host of other possibilities.
The Menzi Muck lineup includes several models, configurations, and sizes for specific requirements as well as many attachments.
The innovator of this concept, Ernest Menzi, chose the name “Muck” as an homage to a fairytale figure — a little man who can do everything.
GFX will be held Nov. 15-17 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.