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Products   02/09/2011
Gas-Powered Saw: Cuts Concrete, Stone and Ductile Iron The 695GC Diamond Chain Saw is capable of 16-in.-deep cuts and can be used on concrete, stone and masonry. The saw is powered by a 6.4-hp, 94-cc gas engine. It is compatible with the entire MAX line of diamond chains, including ICS FORCE4 chains that allow the saw to cut not only concrete and stone but also ductile iron, PVC, Insituform, cast iron and HDPE pipe. The polyester air filter is designed for wet cutting, and the rear-port air intake is intended to keep the air flow free of slurry and debris. ICS; 800-321-1240;
Field Layout: Updated Software The Trimble Tablet is now available with updated field-layout software, with versions of Trimble Field Link for MEP and Trimble Field Link for Structures. The software features task-based work flows and support for 3D DWG and DXF BIM files. Trimble Navigation Ltd.; 408-481-8000;
Concrete Slipform Paver: Tight Turns The Gomaco GP-2400 concrete slipform paver is available as a two-track or four-track model and is capable of slipforming widths of up to 16 ft and, with frame inserts, 24 ft. Powered by a 174-hp CAT engine, the GP-2400 paver has a tight turning radius and boasts a travel speed of 105 ft per minute on the two-track model and 96 ft per minute on the four-track model. Gomaco; 800-831-2320;
Air-Cooled Screw Chiller: Quieter Operation The York YVAA air-cooled variable-speed Screw Chiller is available with several sound-attenuation options, and its SilentNight feature allows for load limiting during periods when noise reduction is a priority. Johnson Controls; 800-537-9675;
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