The Rental Show Exhibitor Products: Construction

Las Vegas bound

This month Rental Management looks at products from exhibitors at The Rental Show 2013 in Las Vegas.

MK Diamond Products concrete saw

Booth No. 1655

The CX-3 14-in. walk-behind concrete saw from MK Diamond Products, is available with three different engine choices. The wet or dry cutting CX3 is built with an all-aluminum frame construction and a folding handlebar for easier transportation and storage, the company says. The 1-in.-diameter blade shaft and self-aligning pillow bearings are designed for accurate cutting and maintenance-free operations. The built-in water distribution system supplies water to both sides of the blade and the blade guard can be positioned for left- or right-hand cutting.


Terex Construction compact track loader

Booth No. 3624

The Terex® PT-60 compact track loader from Terex Construction, Southaven, Miss., has patented Posi-Track™ suspended undercarriage technology and two-speed drive motors. The 60-hp machine has a loader-mounted quick-attach interface designed to allow the use of virtually any industry-standard attachment, the company says. Track options include
general purpose, turf (smooth) or extreme terrain.


Arrowhead Rockdrill Co. breaker tools

Booth No. 4106

The breaker tools from Arrowhead Rockdrill Co., Barstow, Calif., are made in the United States using an in-house, fully CNC manufacturing system. The company says the tools are made of the highest quality materials available.


Macro Plastics portable roadway

Booth No. 2436

The I-Trac modular portable roadway system from Macro Plastics, Lexington, Ky., has a patented interlocking design that creates a contiguous surface capable of carrying extreme loads over virtually all ground conditions, the company says. The 38-lb. I-Trac panels can be deployed as temporary roadway, helipad or tarmac.


Hawk Equipment Corp. stump grinder

Booth No. 524

The Hawk stump grinder from Hawk Equipment Corp., Newbury, Ohio, is designed with an ergonomic positioning of the handle and dual handlebars to allow operators to grind any stump diameter from a height of 24 in. to 16 in. below grade, the company says. The 320-lb. stump grinder is 30½ in. wide.


CEJN Industrial hydraulic couplings

Booth No. 1538

The X-series of hydraulic couplings from CEJN Industrial, Gurnee, Ill., are designed for a spill-free disconnection to minimize contamination in a hydraulic system and pollution to the environment from spillage. The eliminator nipple from the X-64 series is designed to connect with high residual pressure in the system without damaging the couplings and without having to use excessive force. The company says residual pressure is a common occurrence whenever quick couplings are used.


General Pipe Cleaners pipe inspection tool

Booth No. 1021

The Gen-Eye Micro-Scope compact handheld inspection tool from General Pipe Cleaners, a Div. of General Wire Spring Co., McKees Rocks, Pa., has a monitor that attaches to the reel with an adjustable mount. The reel carries up to 100 ft. of micro push rod with color camera and enables inspection of
1½- to 3-in. drain lines and many toilet traps. The 39-in. probe rod is designed to inspect in hard-to-reach places. Three attachments are included for different viewing angles or to retrieve objects.



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SourceOne aerator

Booth No. 634

The PL845 Pro VS reciprocating aerator from SourceOne, Lincoln, Neb., allows the operator to determine an operating speed from about 2.5 to 3 mph. This speed adjustment feature allows variation for landscape complexity, lawn size, operator safety and maximum productivity. The machine has a 30-in. effective aeration width and aerates up to 42,500 sq. ft. per hour.


Ditch Witch walk-behind trencher

Booth No. 4009

The RT12 walk-behind trencher from Ditch Witch, Perry, Okla., is powered by an 11.7-hp Honda engine available with high-flotation tires or heavy-duty track assembly. The RT12 uses a hydraulic system, as opposed to belt-driven, with a stacked, in-line hydraulic pump configuration that is designed to eliminate vertical shafts and the use of belts and/or flywheel reduction systems, which the company says can reduce downtime. The machine has a fully hydrostatic ground drive, with hydraulic, skid-steer-style steering.


EcoQuip blast equipment

Booth No. 4443

The Vapor Abrasive® blast equipment from EcoQuip, Chesapeake, Va., is designed to be environmentally friendly and can blast as low as 30 psi to a high of 130 psi. The company says the equipment has a minimal blast media consumption of about 50 to 100 lbs. per hour, lowers water usage to less than 1 qt. per minute and dust suppression of more than 97 percent also can be accomplished in open air blasting without the need of full containment.


Jenny Products cold pressure washers

Booth No. 630

Four new models of belt-driven cold pressure washers from Steam Jenny, a product division of Jenny  Products, Somerset, Pa., are designed for heavy use with a pulley system, which turns the pump significantly slower than if the pump was coupled with the engine crankshaft, according to the company. In addition, the belt absorbs engine vibration and allows
the pump to be located farther away from the engine heat, the company says. The pressure washers are
powered by 9- or 13-hp Honda GX Series engines, and all models feature a triplex ceramic plunger pump.



BOMAG Light Equipment Div. plate compactors

Booth No. 4415

The BVP Series single-direction plate compactors from BOMAG Light Equipment Div., Kewanee, Ill., are designed for a variety of applications, from soil or asphalt compaction to paver and patio installation. The plate compactors are powered by air-cooled Honda gasoline engines equipped with low oil alert. An engine protection frame guards against incidental damage, while vibration isolation extends engine and overall equipment longevity, the company says.



Doosan Portable Power cold weather package

Booth No. 4221

The Tundra Package™ for mobile generators operating in regions of extreme cold from Doosan Portable Power, Statesville, N.C., includes enhancements to improve engine starting and reliability, and ensure generators will run in temperatures as low as -40 degrees Fahrenheit. The package includes an engine coolant heater that keeps the engine and cooling system warm, an oil pan heater that keeps the engine oil less viscous and high capacity cranking batteries.



Multivibe power screed

Booth No. 4810

The MVPR100H vibrating power screed from Multivibe, Paducah, Ky.,has a vibrating head with sealed bearing and a fully enclosed eccentric. The 35-lb. unit is powered by a Honda GX35, four-stroke, 1.6-hp engine and no tools are required to adjust handle height.




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Felling Trailers utility tilt trailers

Booth No. 5034

The redesigned low-clearance pan tilt trailers from Felling Trailers, Sauk Centre, Minn., allows for a loading angle of 8 degrees, which means low-clearance machines can be loaded and moved without the aid of winches or lower flat model trailers, the company says. The trailer is designed to move equipment such as scissor lifts, steel drum rollers and other low-clearance machines.


Porta-Nails, Q.E.P. Co. floor nailer

Booth No. 572

The 418A GA Floor Nailer Portamatic Evolution from Porta-Nails a Q.E.P. Co. brand, Boca Raton, Fla., is designed to provide exact nail placement for 3/8-in. to ¾-in. flooring, and for installing engineered and bamboo flooring requiring the use of an 18-gauge nail to reduce the risk of splitting the tongue of the wood or dimpling the top pre-finished surface.


Kubota Tractor Corp. compact excavator

Booth No. 4204

The 4-ton KX040-4 compact excavator from Kubota Tractor Corp., Torrance, Calif., is equipped with a common rail system (CRS) engine designed to generate high torque. The CRS, combined with Kubota’s ECO PLUS, is designed to provide better fuel efficiency, the company says. The KX040-4 also has a new interior, featuring a wider entrance, greater legroom, a fully flat floor, a deluxe seat and a digital panel.



Powr-Flite backpack vacuum

Booth No. 817

The backpack vacuum with tool kit from Powr-Flite, Fort Worth, Texas, has four-stage filtration plus a HEPA filter. Tools are carried on a waist belt and an ergonomic shoulder harness fits most operators. The vacuum operates at 71 dB.



Subaru Industrial Power Products engines

Booth No. 224

The EX Series engines from Subaru Industrial Power Products, Lake Zurich, Ill., utilize high-performance chain-driven overhead cam (OHC) technology. The four models range from 4.5 to 9 hp. An automatic decompression system reduces the required recoil pulling force by 30 to 40 percent when compared with overhead valve (OHV) engine designs, the company says.



IHI/Compact Excavator Sales skid-steer

Booth No. 3718

The IHI AS12 skid-steer loader from IHI/Compact Excavator Sales, Elizabethtown, Ky., has an operating weight of 2,955 lbs., is designed to handle an operating load of up to 728 lbs. and has a breakout force of 1,678 ft. lbs. It has a 21-hp Yanmar engine, hydraulic pilot joystick controls and auxiliary hydraulics.



Seco GROUP USA ride-on mower

Booth No. 446

The Crossjet 4x4 four-wheel drive, ride-on rough-cut mower by Seco GROUP USA, Ridgefield, Conn., is designed to climb hilly and rugged terrain and mow through high grass. The Crossjet is powered by a commercial Briggs & Stratton Vanguard 23-hp, two-cylinder, V-twin engine. The company says the all–terrain tires and a low center of gravity help maintain stability and traction.




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OREC America flail mower

Booth No. 1470

The Cyclone flail mower from OREC America, Kent, Wash., uses a vertical flail cutting system with three offset rows of reversible flail blades to pull in and chop up brush to prevent brush standing, so users can do the brush mowing and a rough finishing cut all at once, the company says. The blade height can be adjusted from 2 in. to 3 in. with the turn of a handle and the handlebar can be adjusted with the pull of a lever. The belt tensioner system is designed to make it easier to adjust belts and the reversible flail knives can be changed by removing and replacing a nut and bolt, the company says.


Ryan aerator

Booth No. 1017

The Lawnaire core aerator from Ryan, a division of Ryan Grounds Care, Johnson Creek, Wis., has an aeration speed of up to 45,000 sq. ft. per hour and a 26.5-in. aeration swath. The easy steer technology is designed to reduce user fatigue by allowing the user to steer the unit without taking the tines out of the ground, the company says. The drum-style, self-propelled aerator has solid steel axles mounted on construction-grade sealed ball bearings, a single nickel-plated drive chain and removable rear wheels to get through standard yard gates.


Dri-Eaz Products dehumidifier

Booth No. 1365

The LGR 7000XLi dehumidifier from Dri-Eaz Products, Burlington, Wash., delivers up to 29 gal. of water per day, the company says. The 107-lb. unit is designed with a low center of gravity for easier transport, and has onboard display of inlet and outlet conditions and automatic controls to help optimize performance in all conditions automatically, the company says.



Wynne Systems mobile software

Booth No. 2028

The Mobile Solution from Wynne Systems, Irvine, Calif., is designed to give management and sales personnel the ability to quickly access and search real time data via their smartphone or tablet. Three main features include equipment search, customer search and mobile quotes.


Landoll Corp. trailer

Booth No. 4635

The Model 835D Construction hydraulic detachable nonground bearing trailer from Landoll Corp., Marysville, Kan., has a 35-ton capacity and is equipped with flip third axle brackets and air connections as standard equipment. The load deck has been lowered to a loaded deck height of 18.5 in. from the ground with a 6.5-in. clearance.


Billy Goat Industries overseeder

Booth No. 1260

The OS901SPS overseeder from Billy Goat Industries, Lee’s Summit, Mo., is hydrostatically self-propelled. A foot pedal actuation replaces the former hand-operated lever to raise and lower the reel. The company says an improved blade design provides better slicing, reduced thatch pickup and longer life due to a sharpened leading edge and attack angle, as well as new adjustable height. The 22-in.-wide unit has an exclusive 11 blade “floating head” cutting system that maintains contact with the contours of uneven ground.


Essex Silver-Line Corp. chemicals

Booth No. 921

A new line of floor finishing products from Essex Silver-Line Corp., Dracut, Mass., includes Essex buffable wax finish, Essex Hi Gloss wax non-buffable high solid wax finish and Essex wax stripper.