Milwaukee Tool Debuts New MX Fuel Heavy Equipment System at MCAA Tech Conference

February 27, 2020
Milwaukee Tools has recently focused their product development on a new set of heavy equipment systems focusing on trade concerns.

At the 2020 MCAA Technology Conference, one of the newest innovations was demonstrated by Milwaukee Tool.  The MX Fuel Equipment System goes beyond standard hand tools.  The new products focus on equipment that was previously considered too powerful to be run on anything other than gas powered engines or power cords.

The new line is powered by new MX Fuel Batteries that are capable of providing enough power to replace gas powered machinery.  Replacing gas engines offers some additional advantages in this equipment.  Without concern of emissions, the tools can be used indoors or in confined spaces.  It also allows innovations built in Milwaukee’s Tool line to be incorporated into the equipment like One Key, instantaneous start, anti kickback and power clutch.

At the Tech Conference, Milwaukee showcased six new products ready for the trades:

 

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