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Products Snapshot: Concrete Drilling Bits and Track Loader Enclosure

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Announced at World of Concrete 2012, the EB10000 Industrial Series Generator is powered by a Honda GX630 V-Twin enginethat has a maximum output of 10,000 watts and a noise level of only 72 dB. The generator'sDigital Auto Voltage Regulator is designed to keep the voltage stable within 1% over time. The i-Monitor digital operation system display shows total used hours, generating voltage, battery condition, oil level and other service information. Honda Power Equipment;
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This week we look at reinforced concrete drill bits, wheel and track loaders.


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