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THE HOTLIST 2013 issue of
Rental Management

The Hot List: Construction/Industrial products

Allen Engineering Corp. tracked power buggy

Booth No. 2448

The AT16 tracked power buggy from Allen Engineering Corp., Paragould, Ark., carries the same capacity as the company’s rubber-tired model, but with a track drive for greater traction. The buggy has a 16-cu.-ft., 2,500-lb. capacity.



Atlas Copco Construction Equipment breaker attachment

Booth No. 3821

The SB 702 hydraulic breaker attachment from Atlas Copco Construction Equipment, Commerce City, Colo., has a solid body design with the percussion mechanism and guide system incorporated into a single block of steel, eliminating the need for side bolts, the company says. The SB 702 is designed to be mounted on a variety of carriers.



Badger Equipment Co. crane

Booth No. 1817

The CD4415 15-ton rough-terrain crane from Badger Equipment Co., Winona, Minn., is just over 11 ft. tall, and has four-wheel drive and four-wheel steering. It has an ergonomically engineered two-door cab with joystick controls.



Baldor Electric Co. light tower

Booth No. 3039

The light tower from Baldor Electric Co., Fort Smith, Ark., has an 8kVA genset, four metal halide lamps that provide 4,000W of light with an extra 4,000W at 240/120V to power on-site equipment. The zinc-plated 30-ft., four-section mast can rotate 360 degrees.



BOMAG Light Equipment Div. vibratory roller

Booth No. 4415

The BW211-50 11-ton single-drum vibratory roller from BOMAG Light Equipment Div., Kewanee, Ill., has ECOMODE for improved fuel economy and is designed to meet Tier 4i emission standards. The polymer hood opens to near vertical for component access.




Canycom USA brush cutter

Booth No. 1617

The CG101 flail mower from Canycom USA, Bellevue, Wash., has a rubber track system for operating on rough and steep terrain. Heavy-duty flails are mounted on a continually adjustable mower head driven by a Subaru 10-hp self-starting gasoline engine.




CheckVideo surveillance system

Booth No. 2340

The CheckVideo® Ruggedized Outdoor Mobile Sentry (CMS4100) surveillance system from CheckVideo, Reston, Va., uses wireless networks and sends
real-time alerts to emails, smartphones, security or a command center for immediate assessment and response.





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Chicago Pneumatic Construction Equipment plate compactors

Booth No. 4600

The RC hydraulic plate compactors from Chicago Pneumatic Construction Equipment, Independence, Ohio, come in six models from 1 to 40 tons with  standard or quick-change adaptors to fit carriers. The compactors are designed with an AutoLube system that the company says eliminates the need for regular manual greasing.



Cormidi USA boom lift/crane

Booth No. 4824

The KB-X Performance platform from Cormidi USA, Norwalk, Conn., is an aerial platform, crane and material handling unit in one package. Removing the personnel basket, the KB-X is transformed into a crane with lifting capacities of up to 1,760 lbs. Without the lifting accessory, a hydraulic power take-off allows the connection of a variety of hydraulically-powered attachments. The company has produced two videos to show the different operations.



Cushman scissor lift

Booth No. 3827

The Titan T-1145 17-ft. scissor lift from Cushman, Augusta, Ga., can tow 5,000 lbs. This allows one operator to access and carry large payloads with a single machine.



Ditch Witch compact tool carrier

Booth No. 4009

The SK750 and SK755 compact tool carriers from Ditch Witch, Perry, Okla., replace the company’s SK650, with several upgrades in power and comfort, the company says. The new models offer up to
800 lbs. of lift capacity and 30 percent more center ground clearance. Customers can choose a 25-hp or 32.8-hp Kubota diesel engine.




Dosko log splitter

Booth No. 1441

The 3700LS-H horizontal/vertical log splitter from Dosko, Rogers, Minn., is powered by a 270cc Honda engine to generate 37 tons of force. It can split logs up to 24 in. long and has 12-in. tires on a rubber torsion axle.




Felling Trailers galvanizing option

Booth No. 5034

The hot dipped galvanized option from Felling Trailers, Sauk, Minn., is designed to extend the life of a trailer by two or three times. The company says the hot dipped galvanizing process creates a protective zinc barrier around the steel, slowing down corrosion.




FTG Equipment Solutions air compressor

Booth No. 2238

The D185K twin-screw portable diesel air compressor from FTG Equipment Solutions, Carney’s Point, N.J., produces 185 cfm at 100 psi. The compressor has a Kubota V2403-M-E3B diesel engine and a direct drive airend that spins at 2,700 rpm, which the company sayes ensures maximum efficiency, long bearing life and quiet operation. Rotair’s “Intelligent System” automatic load and unload feature also is designed to prevent accidental loaded shutdown and resulting “blowback.”





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Harlo Products Corp. rough-terrain forklift

Booth No. 2021

The HP-6500 vertical mast rough-terrain forklift from Harlo Products Corp., Grandville, Mich., achieves Tier 4i compliance with a mechanical turbocharged diesel engine. The company says a pressure- and flow-compensated hydraulic package helps increase fuel efficiency 34 percent from the previous model, eliminating the need for after-treatment technology.



Heli Americas forklift

Booth No. 4709

The G series forklift line from Heli Americas, Memphis, Tenn., are available in 2,000- to 7,000-lb. models with gas, lp, dual fuel and diesel power models.




ICS, Blount diamond blades and core bits

Booth No. 4003

The ProFORCE diamond blades and core bits from ICS, Blount, Portland, Ore., were developed jointly under a strategic partnership between ICS and Terra Diamond Industries. The professional-grade products are engineered and produced in the United States, the company says.




Kaeser Compressors air compressor

Booth No. 4030

The M27 towable compressor from Kaeser Compressors, Fredericksburg, Va., has a larger, slower-turning airend to produce 15 to 20 percent more air per gallon of fuel, the company says. It has a three-cylinder 21-hp Kubota diesel engine, rotomolded polymer canopy and heavy-duty chassis.




LBX Co., Maker of Link-Belt Excavators excavator

Booth No. 1450

The 145 X3 Spin Ace excavator from LBX Co., Maker of Link-Belt Excavators, Lexington, Ky., is Tier 4i certified and has a full-color HD monitor and a standard rear-view camera. Features include added foot space, improved visibility, stronger air conditioning, an mp3 audio jack and a standard sunroof.




Magnum Power Products light tower light

Booth No. 2849

The Tube Light from Magnum Power Products, Berlin, Wis., can be installed between the top lamp assemblies of any Magnum MLT series light tower with oval fixtures to offer diffused, glare-free lighting. The company says the tube light is quicker to install than a balloon light and the lower light fixtures can continue to be used for backlighting away from the diffused light area.




Master Craft Industrial Equipment Corp. rough-terrain forklifts

Booth No. 4240

The C-Series rough-terrain forklifts from
Master Craft, Tifton, Ga., range from 5,000
to 20,000 lbs. They are powered by Caterpillar 416E tractor loader backhoe power modules. The C4.4 direct-injected turbocharged and charged air-cooled engines are coupled with Caterpillar four-by-four fully synchro-mesh transmissions and Caterpillar drive axles. The two-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive
models come with Caterpillar steer axles.





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Multiquip light tower

Booth No. 4200

The MLT25 modular light tower from Multiquip, Carson, Calif., has a three-phase generator, a 30-ft. 360-degree rotating light tower and a 100-gal. fuel tank to run 85 hours at 100 percent load.



Packer Brothers rammer

Booth No. 3443

The PB78 electric rammer from Packer Brothers, has a twist-
lock plug and uses a 110V power source. The motor protector doubles as an extra motor support for durability, the company says.



Pro Charging Systems battery charger reader

Booth No. 4934

The DeltaView Reader from Pro Charging Systems, LaVergne, Tenn., allows the user to display the last
83 profiles and number of times the battery charger
has been used in a historical data summary report.
The reader uses a USB-type format for data collection from the battery charger.



Snorkel boom lift

Booth No. 1434

The T66JRT boom lift from Snorkel, Elwood, Kan., shares a common chassis with the company’s new family of mid-size lifts. The T66JRT telescopic lift provides a platform height of 66 ft. 2 in. and maximum horizontal outreach of 58 ft. 8 in. The 8-ft.-by-3-ft. platform has access from three sides.



The Soda Works blast pot

Booth No. 1934

The Buster Blaster 100 pneumatic soda blast pot from The Soda Works, Walla Walla, Wash., uses a patented, self-cleaning venturi. The company says the venturi combined with the metering system in the Buster Blaster Soda Blaster virtually eliminates downtime because of clogged lines and can deliver a precise and even flow of the blasting medium.




Stone Construction Equipment/The Toro Co. stump grinder

Booth No. 3115

The STX-38 grump grinder from Stone Construction Equipment/The Toro Co., Bloomington, Minn., uses
a hydraulically-driven cutting head and Toro
TX-style controls and tracks. It is designed as a more powerful version of the company’s STX-26.




Sullivan-Palatek tool oil

Booth No. 2613

Bio Oil biodegradable tool oil from Sullivan-Palatek, Michigan City, Ind., is made from American-grown soy and canola oils. The oil is formulated for chipping
hammers, breakers and rock drills with anti-wear, rust and oxidation inhibitors, and water emulsifiers.





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Thomas Equipment compact tool carrier

Booth No. 5237

The 35DT compact tool carrier from Thomas Equipment, Woodstock, New Brunswick, Canada, is powered by a 25-hp Kubota diesel engine. The 35DT has been redesigned using skid-steer technology. The drive controls are now separated from the loader functions, the pump size has been increased and the undercarriage has been redesigned.



Tiresocks scissor lift motor covers

Booth No. 2731

The MotorSocks from Tiresocks, Centennial, Colo., are used to protect finished flooring from hydraulic fluid leaks that might occur at the drive motors on electric scissor lifts. MotorSocks are typically a companion product to DripDiapers, which are used to protect finished flooring from fluid leaks from the chassis of equipment.



Tow-Let Manufacturing portable toilet

Booth No. 4840

The Tow-Let portable, self-contained toilet unit from Tow-Let Manufacturing, Red Oak, Iowa, has a built-in reservoir to provide fresh water for cleaning and maintenance, using a hose and on-board electric pump powered by a solar-charged battery. The Tow-Let is emptied using any standard dump facility, such as those found at service stations, campsites and rest areas. The unit includes LED lights and a built-in hand-wash sink.




Vermeer trencher

Booth No. 4227

The RTX250 rubber tracked, steerable pedestrian trencher from Vermeer, Pella, Iowa, has a digging capacity of 8 in. in width and 48 in. in depth, and a 27-hp EFI Kohler engine. The company says its intuitive VZ steering system reduces the time it takes to train a new operator.




Volvo Construction Equipment NA asphalt compactor

Booth No. 1824

The Volvo DD25 high frequency compactor from Volvo Construction Equipment NA, Shippensburg, Pa., can be adjusted from 3,300 to 4,000 vpm. The three-cylinder Tier 4i diesel engine produces 33 hp.




Wacker Neuson Sales Americas mini-excavator

Booth No. 2721, 3766

The 803 1-ton mini-excavator from Wacker Neuson Sales Americas, Menomonee Falls, Wis., is 27.5 in. wide and powered by a three-cylinder, 13-hp diesel engine. The excavator has a 5-ft. 9-in. digging depth and 6-ft. 7-in. dumping height.




WANCO light tower

Booth No. 4630

The WLTS solar light tower from WANCO, Arvada, Colo., can run autonomously for several months between charges. The energy-efficient LEDs are powered by batteries, which are charged automatically via adjustable solar panels, the company says. Models with 500W or 750W solar arrays are available.





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Watcher Total Protection surveillance system

Booth No. 3451

Watcher Intelligent Video surveillance systems from Watcher Total Protection, South Elgin, Ill., offer cameras with built-in recording capability, wireless option and free software that can distinguish a vehicle from a person. The system will send alarm alerts to either a monitoring company or an end user.



Wm. W. Meyer & Sons insulation vacuum

Booth No. 4634

The Vantage-Vac insulation vacuum from Wm. W. Meyer & Sons, Libertyville, Ill., has a 14-hp gas engine to remove wet, fire- or smoke-damaged insulation. It has an integrated lifting lug and 1.85-gal. gas tank.



Yanmar America Corp. excavator

Booth No. 2438

The ViO35-6 excavator from Yanmar America Corp., Adairsville, Ga., uses an electronically controlled Tier 4 engine with an evolved hydraulic system for greater efficiency, the company says.
An advanced quick-coupler system is designed to allow the operator to fit the safety lock pin on the bucket electronically from inside the cab.







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