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Products   01/19/2011
Tier 4-Compliant Off-Road Truck: Meets Emissions Regs As new EPA emissions regulations take effect in 2011, Tier 4-compliant machines are gaining ground. Set to debut in North America at CONEXPO-CON/AGG later this year, the G Series 775 Off-Highway Truck will be the first Cat machine to go into production with a Tier 4 final emissions solution. Caterpillar Inc.; 309-675-8995;
Demo Hammer: Lightweight Design At the World of Concrete 2011 trade exposition, Makita featured some of its latest demolition hammers, including the corded 11-lb HM0870C. The hammer has a variable speed control, managing 1,100 to 2,650 blows per minute. The demolition hammer features electronic speed control as well as a soft-start motor. The hammer’s relatively light weight allows it to be used comfortably on horizontal demolition jobs. Furthermore, the tool features 12-bit angle settings for quick adjustments to different jobsite conditions and an automatic brush cutoff, which prevents damage to the commutator during use. Makita Industrial Power Tools; 800-462-5482;
Crawler Crane: Well Suited to Wind-Turbine Work The Terex Powerlift 8000 Lattice Boom Crawler Crane has a maximum lift capacity of 396 tons and is equipped with a 78-ft to 275-ft main boom. Using its 255-ft main boom and 31-ft job attachment, it can lift 110 tons at 36 ft radius. The crawler crane has 4-ft-wide crawler pads that are adaptable to a narrow-track version, depending on jobsite access. The crane is designed for heavy lifting tasks, including wind-turbine erection. Terex Cranes; 319-352-3920;
Bifocal Safety Glasses: Stronger Option Gateway Safety is now offering stronger magnification on two of its lines of bifocal eye protection. The Scorpion MAG and StarLite MAG safety glasses now have a clear 3.0 diopter lens option, in addition to 1.0, 1.5, 2.0 and 2.5 diopter lens options. Bifocal lenses allow for a safer worksite for aging workers. Gateway Safety; 800-822-5347;
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