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New product announcements:  08/12/2009
Wireless Chill Detection: Scale Checks HVAC Systems Wireless Chill Detection: Scale Checks HVAC Systems

The SRS2 Wireless Refrigerant Scale allows HVAC technicians to make a quick assessment of cooling systems without wires. The wireless remote features a backlit display and a flip-up magnetic clip that allows the technicans to hang the remote at eye level during use. The platform has a solid aluminum design, with rubber bumpers to prevent damage. The unit has a 33-ft range, and the remote is able to store the last zero point when entering standby or shut-off mode, so that it is not necessary to constantly recalibrate. Fieldpiece Instruments Inc.; 714-634-1844;

Sustainable Gypsum Board: High Level of Recycled Content Sustainable Gypsum Board: High Level of Recycled Content GreenGlass is a fiberglass-faced interior gypsum board that is made of at least 90% recycled material. It can be used in normal interior applications as well as high-moisture areas where paper-backed board is not an option. The high recycled content allows GreenGlass to be counted toward environmental ratings systems such as LEED. Temple-Inland; 800-231-6060;
Fast-Curing Sealant: Hybrid Formula Adheres To Many Different Substrates Fast-Curing Sealant: Hybrid Formula Adheres To Many Different Substrates Dymonic FC Polyurethane Hybrid Sealant is designed to take advantage of the durability of silicone-based sealants in a less-expensive polyurethane hybrid formula. It is a single component, moisture-curing sealant able to adhere to a wide variety of substrates. The sealant cures relatively fast and is able to skin in 60 minutes and become tack-free after three to four hours. Tremco Commercial Sealants & Waterproofing; 800-321-7906;
Hammer Drill Driver: More Power in a Smaller Size Hammer Drill Driver: More Power in a Smaller Size The M18 Cordless ½-in. Hammer Drill/Driver features improved power in a compact package. The tool is driven by a Milwaukee four-pole frameless motor and is able to deliver 550 lb of peak torque, operating at a maximum of 1,700 rpm when powered by a M18 XC high-capacity lithium-ion battery. It features a digital power management system to extend battery life and increase overall run time. The M18 Hammer Drill/Driver weighs less than 5 lb, and its small size allows it to be used in spaces that are too tight for other hammer drills, such as when securing ducts in HVAC work. It features an all-metal gear case for added durability and extended life. Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp.; 800-729-3878;
High-Capacity Lift: Many Possible Configurations High-Capacity Lift: Many Possible Configurations The T40MH-3000 is a high-capacity lift that boasts a maximum platform capacity of 3,000 lb. The lift has a platform height of 40 ft and a horizontal reach of 34 ft. The lift can be configured with an optional winch, which can lift up to 1,000 lb, or with forklift-style forks to lift up to 2,000 lb. The options allow the machine to be used as a lift, crane or all-terrain forklift. Man & Material Lift Engineering; 414-486-1760;
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