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New Product Announcements  06/16/2010
Compact Hack Saw: Tool-Free Blade Change Compact Hack Saw: Tool-Free Blade Change The Compact Hack Saw is part of Milwaukee’s new line of redesigned hand tools. The saw features a narrow profile for cutting in tight spaces and making flush cuts. The compact hack saw boasts a tool-free blade change as well as an ergonomic handle with a rubber-over-mold grip. Milwaukee Electric Tool Corp.; 800-729-3878; www.milwaukeetool.com
Multiple Tools: Ratchet for Scaffolding Installation Multiple Tools: Ratchet for Scaffolding Installation The WrightGrip SB Ratchet is designed specifically for scaffolding installation applications. The tool features a 1/2-in.-drive, 7/8-in. open-head ratchet, a replaceable hammer and a 7/8-in. open-end wrench. The hammer is available with inserts in brass or steel, and the ratchet is interchangeable with a 2-in.-deep socket for final tightening on smaller scaffolding diameters. The tool also features a lanyard ring to tie it off to the user. Wright Tool; 800-321-2902; www.wrighttool.com
Piling Rig: Installs From Many Angles at One Location Piling Rig: Installs From Many Angles at One Location The Liebherr LRH 100 Piling Rig is a rotary drilling rig capable of radii of up to 29 ft and inclinations of up to 18° in all directions. This allows for the LRH 100 to install a complete pile group from one location without relocating the machine. The machine has an emission-optimized, 362-hp Liebherr diesel engine. The piling rig can be transported in one piece with the hammer mounted and has a transport width of less than 10 ft. Liebherr; 757-245-5251; www.liebherr.com
Lifting Clamps: Now Available in the United States Lifting Clamps: Now Available in the United States EZ Grout now is offering WIMAG stone clamps, pipe grabs, flat grabs, vacuum-lifting devices and other specialized lifting equipment in the U.S. Used primarily in lifting masonry, pipe and large panels, the WIMAG lifting clamps are made of galvanized steel and offer leverage to ensure safe lifting. EZ Grout; 740-749-1311; www.ezgrout.com
‘FireStop’ Cable Grommet: Snaps Into Place ‘FireStop’ Cable Grommet: Snaps Into Place The SpecSeal Ready Firestop Grommet is designed to permanently seal single-cable penetrations in fire-rated walls. The grommets eliminate the need for sleeves, sealant and putty. The two-piece grommet snaps together around the cable, and its foam inner core conforms to the cable. The grommet is able to provide up to two-hour ratings in gypsum board and stud wall assemblies and can be used in new or previously installed cables. Specified Technologies Inc.; 800-992-1180; www.stifirestop.com
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