The factories were situated on San Mauro on the north eastern of Turin and Trino (Vercelli) in Italy. The first models were based on previous Bruneri Yumbo models. Two Hydromac's models (like H180 and H200) were designed by Pininfarina who was more famous as a car designer (Stylist).
The company closed at the end of 1983 when River Spa, a financial organization, bought the manufacturing right to Hydromac's range. Production then recommenced in 1984 at San Mauro and Cuneo near the border with France. In 1987 River SpA sold Hydromac and ownership pased to Ilme SpA and in 1989 manufacturing moved to Settimo Torinese.
In 1994 another ownership change occurred with the creation of Hydromac Maquinas Italia.
Today the Hydromac brand has exited from European market, but the excavators are still produced in Buenos Aires, Argentina, like the following models: Hydromac H136, H133, H124, H122, H121, H113, H107, Turbo América 155 and Turbo America 125.
|Model||Year(s) Produced||Horsepower||Engine Type||Misc Notes||Photo|
|Hydromac H107||made in Argentina - H107 in Pesados Argentinos|
|Hydromac H113||made in Argentina - H113 in Pesados Argentinos|
|Hydromac H121||made in Argentina - H 121 in Pesados Argentinos|
|Hydromac H122||made in Argentina - H122 in Pesados Argentinos|
|Hydromac H124||made in Argentina - H124 in Pesados Argentinos|
|Hydromac H133||made in Argentina - H133 in Pesados Argentinos|
|Hydromac H136||made in Argentina - H136 in Pesados Argentinos|
|Hydromac Turbo América 125||made in Argentina - Turbo América 125 in Pesados Argentinos|
|Hydromac Turbo América 155||made in Argentina - Turbo América 155 in Pesados Argentinos|
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References / sourcesEdit
- www.hydroma.com - Argentina (in Spanish)