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FEBRUARY 2014 issue of
Rental Management

The Rental Show Exhibitor products, Construction/General Tool

This month, Rental Management looks at a variety of selected products from some of the more than 675 companies scheduled to exhibit at The Rental Show 2014 in Orlando, Fla.

Bartell Morrison USA generator

Booth No. 5370
888.999.1570; bartellmorrison.com

The BG2800 brushless generator from Bartell Morrison USA, Keyport, N.J., is designed as a mid-line generator with a +/- power quality of 3 percent. The 82-lb., 24-in.-by-17-in.-by-20-in.
machine features a recoil starter, and comes with wheel kits and oscillating handles. The BG2800 also is ETL and EPA approved.

Doosan Portable Power air compressors

Booth No. 4900
800-633-5206; doosanportablepower.com

The P185 and C185 Tier 4 Final portable air compressors from Doosan Portable Power, Statesville, N.C., can deliver 100 psi at 185 cfm. The 49-hp Deutz D2.9 L4 electronic engine with DOC-only after-treatment allows the P185 and C185 to deliver nine and seven hours of runtime at 100 percent load respectively, the company says. The P185 features a galvanized steel enclosure, fold-up A-frame drawbar with heavy-duty chains, and hooks for vehicle attachment and towing. Both compressors have an LED display, curbside controls and service valves, starter protection and auto shutdown.

Ascentium Capital

Booth No. 2564
281-348-2018; ascentiumcapital.com

Financing tailored for the equipment rental industry from Ascentium Capital, Kingwood, Texas, includes several services, such as financing from $5,000 to $1,500,000, simple application-only up to $250,000, credit decisions within two hours, deferred payment options and financing for new or used equipment.

Atlas Copco Construction Equipment vibratory rollers

Booth No. 5335
800-732-6762; atlascopco.us

The Dynapac CC900G double drum small asphalt vibratory roller from Atlas Copco Construction Equipment, Commerce City, Colo., has a drum width of 35 in. The machine is equipped with a gas engine that when combined with its large drum diameter and drive motors connected in a series can increase accessibility and hill-climbing capacity, the company says. Using a vibratory front drum with static rear drum and high clearance adjacent to the edge of the drums, the CC900G is designed to facilitate compaction close to high curbs in small-scale compaction work, such as pavements, cycle paths, small roads and small parking areas.

Grindex Pumps drainage and sludge pumps

Booth No. 6109
708-781-2135; grindexpumps.com

The drainage and sludge pumps from Grindex Pumps, Tinley Park, Ill., have an updated seal design with a metal housing to offer improved heat transfer and sealing function, the company says. The pumps also now include SMART motor protection, which is a safeguard measure that cuts the power if the temperature gets too high and ensures the impeller turns in the right direction, the company says. In addition, the pumps now have fewer parts, a new lifting handle and larger oil volume.

Intec vacuum

Booth No. 1765
800-666-1611; inteccorp.com

The Vortec high-powered vacuum from Intec, Erie, Colo., is powered by an electric start Honda GX690 V-Twin 22-hp motor and designed for use in the recycling of spray-applied insulation, removal of damaged insulation and HVAC cleaning. The vacuum features an oversized impeller for high air flow and production, variable timing ignition, independently supported impeller, break-away coupler shaft, removable baffle system, convertible inlet from 6-in. to 8-in. diameter and a three-year limited warranty. In addition, the 270-lb. machine has a 5-gal. gas tank and an oil alert system that shuts down the motor when oil is low.

Heli Americas forklift

Booth No. 5765
866-401-4354; heliamericas.com

The 2,000- to 7,000-lb. G Series pneumatic tire forklift from Heli Americas, Memphis, Tenn., features a power train designed and manufactured by Heli, an improved steering system, advanced dampening system and redesigned seat deck. The forklift runs on an EPA-certified Kubota diesel engine and has been designed to meet the ANSI/ITSDFB56.1 (American National Regulation) requirements. Enhanced operator ergonomics and controls include easier access to the hydraulic controls, adjustable steering/instrument panel and an improved field of vision, the company says.

Lift’n Buddy hand truck

Booth No. 2975
701-499-5290; liftnbuddy.com

The LNB-350 hand truck with powered lift from Lift’n Buddy, Fargo, N.D., combines the vertical lifting of a small powered stacker with the versatility of a two-wheel hand truck, the company says. The hand truck features a powered platform designed to position loads at a comfortable height to eliminate bending and stretching when transferring loads to and from shelves, workbenches, conveyors, delivery trucks and more. The lifting power comes from an on-board 12V battery with a built-in charger. The machine is built on a lightweight aluminum frame that can handle loads up to 350 lbs., the company says. It features heavy-duty 10-in. polyurethane tires that can roll over uneven floors, pavement, thresholds and carpeting. The stationary base platen is designed to help keep it upright and freestanding, and a linear actuator offers smooth lifting and lowering with zero drift.


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Chicago Pneumatic Construction Equipment asphalt rollers

Booth No. 4975;
800-760-4049; cp.com

The AR90G and AR100 small articulated tandem asphalt rollers from Chicago Pneumatic Construction Equipment, Independence, Ohio, are used primarily for small-scale compaction work, like patching, bicycle paths, small parking lots and driveways. The AR90G is a gasoline version and features vibration on the front drum, with drive on both the front and rear drums. The diesel-driven AR100 comes with vibration and drive standard on both front and rear drums.

Buffalo Turbine air mister

Booth No. 1661
716-592-2700; buffaloturbine.com

The Monsoon air mister from Buffalo Turbine, Springville, N.Y., functions as an evaporative cooler for on-demand dust control and odor control inside facilities where dust and odor are present. The mister utilizes a proprietary high-speed rotary disc atomizer and can distribute a fine mist of water up to 50 ft. with 180 degree oscillation capabilities. It requires a standard 110V power source and ¾-in. garden hose connection. The portable option has a 16-gal. tank.

Pramac America generator

Booth No.4581
770-218-5430; pramac.com

The GRW Series generator from Pramac America, Marietta, Ga., is designed as a mobile standby or for use on a job site with sizes ranging from 12kVA up to 200kVA. The generator features a voltage selector switch, full analog gauge panel, digital engine protection, 24+ hour fuel capacity, two-wire start, battery charger, receptacle panel, main power lugs, low sound levels and three-way fuel valves. Options include a DOT road trailer, storage box, spare tire and block heater.

Allen Engineering Corp. plate compactors

Booth No. 5973
870-236-7751; alleneng.com

The single-direction plate compactors from Allen Engineering Corp., Paragould, Ark., are designed for confined-area compaction. The three models of plate compactors can be used for applications from footings and sub-bases to paving stones and patios, the company says. The compactors are assembled and tested in the U.S. and feature Honda GX120 and GX160 gasoline engines, 14-in. to 19-in. working widths, up to 3,461 lbs. of centrifugal force, 3 gal. of water tank capacity, roll cage, wheel kit and handle-mounted throttle.


Makinex trolley

Booth No. 3753
+61 2-9460-8071; makinex.com.au

The jackhammer trolley (JHT) demolition tool from Makinex, Artarmon, New South Wales, Australia, is designed for the removal of floor tiles, adhesive residue, vinyl and cork from concrete and wooden surfaces. The trolley itself carries the majority of the weight on the jackhammer, relieving the pressure and strain from the operator, the company says. It
features built-in shock absorbers, steel components and a silver
zinc plate finish.

  Lind Equipment LED light

Booth No. 1850
877-475-5463; lindequipment.net

The Beacon 360 heavy-duty work light from Lind Equipment, Williamsville, N.Y., is designed to provide uniform light using 120W of energy comparable to the same amount of light as a 400W metal halide without the need for bulb changes, the company says. The light is available with a 4- to 8-in. tripod, floor stand, magnet mount or scaffold/ladder clamp.


Merry Tiller/MacKissic auger

Booth No. 3153
800-348-1117; mackissic.com

The Easy Auger II fully hydraulic earth drill from MacKissic, Parker Ford, Pa., has a patented drive system that is designed to deliver torque up to 350 ft.-lbs. and a variable auger speed of
75 to 150 rpms. The auger comes in push or self-propelled models with Honda or Subaru
engines. It features an all-steel frame, reversible hydraulic power and a patented wheel engagement system that permits highway towing with no trailer required, the company says. The balanced, pivoting engine cradle, tongue weight distribution and 34-in. wheel base are designed to provide stability in highway towing. The augers come in 2-in. to 18-in. diameters with a variety of teeth and extensions for up to 66-in. digging depth.

  Kubota Tractor Corp. compact excavator

Booth No. 5352
888-458-2682; kubota.com

The U35-4 tight tail swing compact excavator from Kubota Tractor Corp., Torrance, Calif., is equipped with the same cab as a larger 5-ton excavator, including a larger entrance, deluxe suspension seat, air conditioning, easy-open front slide window, extra legroom, digital panel and enhanced ergonomics designed for operator comfort, the company says. The
U35-4 is powered by a Kubota 24.8 gross hp direct injection engine
with a maximum dumping height of 11 ft., 0.7 in. and a digging depth of
9 ft. 8.9 in. It also features an auxiliary one diverter valve that allows operators to leave the thumb attached and connect other attachments
to a second port.


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Cummins Power Generation generators

Booth No. 5730
763-574-5000; cumminspower.com/rental

The Tier 4 final generator sets from Cummins Power Generation, Minneapolis, are designed to meet Tier 4 Final standards through in-cylinder combustion improvements and an after-treatment package without diesel particulate filters (DPFs). The Tier 4 Final certified mobile generators will feature switchable 60/50Hz dual frequency operation with multiple voltage configurations of 208V, 240V and 480V in three-phase, and 240V in single-phase. The units also will feature the company’s PowerCommand 3.3 controller (PCC) with both paralleling and advanced master-less load demand capabilities. The packaged generators will include a diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) tank and monitoring unit as well as a
DEF reservoir and fuel tank that are sized appropriately to ensure uninterrupted 24-hour runtime, the company says.

Camoplast Solideal tires

Booth No. 6163
704-374-9700; camoplastsolideal.com

The BHZ tires for backhoe loaders from Camoplast Solideal, Charlotte, N.C., feature non-directional, extra-deep tread designed to provide performance and ride quality on mixed and hard surface operations. In addition, the tires have increased wearable tread volume through higher lug-to-void ratio, continuous tread lug-to-surface contact to optimize vibration performance, and impact-resistant tread that protects against tread punctures, the company says. The tires come in several combinations of sizes and load capacities for a variety of applications.

VaporLux vapor machine

Booth No. 2722
800-467-6229; vaporlux.com

The Triple Play dry steam vapor machine from VaporLux, Roseville, Mich., is built for commercial applications and comes in both 120V and 220V models. It has a boiler water feed system with a continuous fill automatic pump and offers an additive dispensing system. The 2.7-liter capacity stainless-steel boiler has installed power of 1,600KW max, with steam temperature in the boiler of 311 degrees and steam delivery temperature of 266 degrees. In addition, the machine features a stainless-steel body, steam hose with safety lock, mechanical valves, steam volume regulator, pressure gauge, internal safety shutoff and safety thermostat with mechanical reset.

EDCO — Equipment Development Co. concrete grinder

Booth No. 3346
800-638-3326; edcoinc.com

The single-disc WedgeLess concrete grinder from EDCO — Equipment Development Co., Frederick, Md., is designed to allow operators to attach several accessories of different sizes and purposes, and make level contact with floor surfaces, increasing productivity, extending accessory life and creating predictable results, the company says. In addition, the single-disc model has gear-driven power, compact dimensions for access to small areas, enhanced dust prevention and front loading weight trays.

BSM Wireless/AutoVision Wireless tracking platform

Booth No. 5235
866-768-4771; bsmwireless.com

The SFM 7000 advanced hardware vehicle and asset tracking platform from BSM Wireless/AutoVision Wireless, Toronto, is designed to give users the ability to configure fleet tracking solutions to meet their unique business needs. The system features engine diagnostics, including fuel monitoring and diagnostic trouble codes, as well as fuel consumption monitoring, idling information, in-field communication and driver performance and hours-of-service monitoring. Optional dual-mode cellular/satellite communication is designed to offer seamless coverage even in the most remote areas, the company says. The system hardware includes external cell and GPS antennas, 10 inputs, eight outputs, ECM – engine diagnostics and fuel, up to 50 geo-zones, and custom firmware capability.

United CoolAir portable heat pump

Booth No. 2255
717-843-4311; unitedcoolair.com

PACH5 portable heat pumps from United CoolAir, York, Pa., are rated for indoor or outdoor applications with an external static pressure of 1.5 in. and can be ducted up to 150 ft. The 29.5-in.-wide system is available in operating voltages of 208/230V single-phase, 208/230V three-phase and 460V three-phase. Options include 15 kW electric heat, remote thermostat, hot gas bypass and a flooded condenser, which is designed to allow operation to -30 degrees Fahrenheit.





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