Lockback Pocket Knife
Milwaukee introduces the Lockback Pocket Knife. With a lockback design, the spine of the knife locks into the blade for a strong, secure hold. Users simply need to apply pressure to the button to disengage the lock and release the blade. A 3-inch stainless steel blade provides a sharp, long-lasting cutting edge, and an ergonomic, glass-filled nylon body provides superior durability. For added utility, the Lockback Pocket Knife also features a reversible wire form clip for comfortable pocket storage and quick access, as well as a lanyard hole for easy tethering. For more, visit www.milwaukeetool.com.
Yuneec International, a world leader in electric aviation, introduces the enhanced six-rotor H920 Plus sUAS, with mission task modes and waypoints, refined ST16 Pro Ground Station with aerial maps, quick-disconnect propellers, and support for multiple camera platforms. The new features and functions integrated into the H920 Plus commercial platform allow field service providers and cinematographers to capture aerial and ground content safely and precisely for a variety of industrial applications such as inspection, emergency response, production sets, and beyond. The H920 Plus maintains Yuneec’s focus on safety with features such as Geo-fencing, Variable Speed Control, Dynamic Return Home, and Low-Battery Return Home. For more, visit www.yuneec.com.
PANTHER T22 with ALTEC’s AC40-152S & AC45-127S
ALTEC Industries announces that two of its biggest cranes, the AC40-152S and AC45-127S, are now available mounted on the PRINOTH’s PANTHER T22. This provides customers access to hard-to-reach areas and employ the unit in the aerial mode of operation with 222 ft of working height and 1,200 lbs of platform capacity. PRINOTH and ALTEC worked closely together on developing the unit to ensure both systems, the carrier, and the unit, would have best-in-class safety, reliability, and off-road performance. The quick-attach platform can be used on either the main boom, the 49 ft telescopic jib, or the 6 ft composite reach extension. For more, visit www.altec.com.
MILLER ELECTRIC MFG. CO.
T94™ Series Welding
Miller Electric Mfg. Co. introduces the new T94 Series welding helmets, designed to reduce neck strain and fatigue, while improving operator comfort, visibility, and productivity. The T94 Series welding helmets have a chiseled shell design that provides optimal skin coverage and accommodates half-mask respirators. An aluminum heat shield and silver shell reflects heat to keep both lens and operator cooler. The synergy between the shell and headgear provides 14 percent better balance, reducing torque on the operator’s neck by 17 percent, and alleviating operator fatigue and excessive neck strain. For more, visit www.millerwelds.com.
New Valve Type for CATERPILLAR Acert Engines
Fumoto’s new T212R and T212RNS are the latest innovative engine oil drain valves to hit the market. The new T-Series valves (Fumoto’s premier line of heavy-duty valves) are made specifically for the Caterpillar Acert engine oil pan and fit models such as the C-13 and C-15 Acert. Featuring a single piece installation, you no longer need the ADP-205 adapter. The vales have a compact design with a reduced profile for simpler installation. Fumoto continues to lead the industry in supplying high-quality, long-lasting engine oil drain valves and has become a staple for engine oil drain maintenance world-wide. For more, visit www.fumotousa.com/caterpillar.php.
Arrow Master’s Hammer-Compactor
The Arrow Hammer 1350 is a versatile, highly productive concrete breaker and soil compactor. Featuring a John Deere diesel engine and patented Creeper Drive mode, the Arrow Hammer breaks, cuts, scores, and compacts trenches like no other. With an impact energy of 13,000 lbs, no concrete, rock, or asphalt will stand in this machine’s way. This monster compacts soil in layers of 3 to 6 feet at 95 to 100 percent efficiency for foundations and trenches. Arrow Hammers will increase productivity and the difference will be seen in your bottom line. For more, visit www.packerbrothers.com.
Modern Contractor Solutions, March 2017
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