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Product Snapshot: Pipe Rollers, Grinders, Sanders, Mini-Cranes, Rain Screens

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Courtesy of McElroy
The MegaMc Roller keeps pipe off the ground and aids in the pulling of fused pipe along the right-of-way. Tip-resistant, the roller has a capacity of 9,000 lb per unit. It is designed for handling 12-in. IPS to 54-in. OD polyethylene pipe sizes. As fused pipe can be damaged when it is pulled along the ground and by the pulling itself, MegaMc Roller protects the pipe by keeping it off the ground. The MegaMc Roller is designed to be used with McElroy PolyHorse and MegaMc Pipe Stands. McElroy Manufacturing Inc.; 918-831-9256; www.mcelroy.com
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This week we look at a pipe roller from McElroy, grinders and sanders from Chicago Pneumatic, mini-cranes from Maeda USA and a rain screen system for use with mineral-fiber insulation by Knight Wall Systems. Click to begin the slide show.

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