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Products  06/23/2010
Trailer-mounted Concrete Conveyor: Mobile Trailer-mounted Concrete Conveyor: Mobile The Telebelt TBS 130 Telescopic Belt Conveyor is intended for mass concrete and materials placement. The semi-trailer-mounted conveyor can be customized to meet local weight restrictions and allows for easier positioning and transport. The TBS 130 does not rely on the chassis engine but instead is powered by its own integrated Tier 3 engine. A dolly is available to allow other heavy equipment to tow the conveyor around a jobsite. Putzmeister America; 800-884-7210; www.putzmeister.com
Redesigned Auto Level: Shorter Minimum Focus Redesigned Auto Level: Shorter Minimum Focus The Topcon AT-B Series Auto Levels have a minimum focus distance of 20 centimeters and features a magnetic dampening system to quickly level and stabilize the line of sight, even in the presence of vibrations caused by construction equipment. The water-resistant AT-B Series withstands inclement weather and is available with either 32x, 28x or 24x magnification. Topcon Positioning Systems; 925-245-8300; www.topconpositioning.com
Mobile Tool Cribs: Rental Program for Remote Jobsites
Mobile Tool Cribs: Rental Program for Remote Jobsites
Mobile Tool Cribs: Rental Program for Remote Jobsites Snap-on Industrial is now offering tool-crib rentals, with fully loaded containers deliverable to anywhere in the continental United States. The tool crib come with a complement of Snap-on tools as well as custom orders. The tool cribs can be used at remote sites and may be configured for specialized industrial work. Asset management software and a tool control system track tool use and work to prevent theft or loss. Snap-On Industrial; 877-740-1900; www.snapon.com
Fall-Protection Limiter: Lightweight Fall-Protection Limiter: Lightweight The MSA Workman Personal Fall Limiter has a 400-lb working capacity and does not require annual recertification. The Workman has a durable, lightweight thermoplastic housing with impact-absorbing bumpers as well as a built-in load indicator. It is available with either a cable or web lifeline and a wide assortment of connectors. The Workman meets ANSI A10.32 and all applicable fall-protection standards. MSA; 877-672-2222; www.msanet.com
Boom Truck: Accepts Many Jib Configurations Boom Truck: Accepts Many Jib Configurations The Terex BT 26106 Super Stinger 26-ton boom truck has a 106-ft main boom which can be extended with a 47-ft jib. A simple 17-ft jib pull-out section enables quick jib configuration. The Super Stinger also features a load-moment indicator with work-area definition which allows operators to define movement boundaries. Terex Cranes; 319-352-3920; www.terex.com
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