Product News: February 2016

Product News: February 2016

Sherman & Reilly pintle eye trailer configuration

Sherman & Reilly, a Textron company, has enhanced the towing ability of its Revolution Series transmission equipment product line with the addition of a pintle eye trailer configuration for use with line trucks. The platform provides reductions in overall weight and allows for a small field and storage footprint and can be found on the T-7212-P Bullwheel Tensioner, PTR-7230S-P Split Model Puller/Tensioner/Reconductorer, and RC-2500X-P powered Reel Carrier. 800/251-7780;

Muncie Power Products TG Series power takeoff

The TG Series power takeoff from Muncie Power Products is available with 10 speed ratios, 19 shift types, 19 output shaft options and 78 input gears for all popular transmissions. An electric/hydraulic shift option eliminates the need for cables. Die-cast aluminum housing reduces weight and noise and aids in heat dissipation. A constant mesh input gear isolates the transmission from engagement errors. The PTO’s compact size minimizes mounting interference for maximum pump clearance. 800/367-7867;

DSC Dredge underwater pump mining dredge

The Marlin Class underwater pump mining dredge manufactured by DSC Dredge is designed to meet the needs of deep mining and aggregate deposits by providing a more efficient tool for material excavation. Deep digging capability is made possible by the use of an underwater pump system with a high-torque cutter drive assembly. Digging depths range from 35 feet to more than 200 feet. Dredges are available in either a diesel- or electric-powered model. Drive systems include a Caterpillar ACERT diesel engine with inline direct marine-style transmission, or TEFC electric motor, variable-frequency AC dredge pump motor drive and double-helical gear reducer. All models feature a PLC operating system, magnetic flow meter, electro-proportional hydraulic circuits, high-capacity service water system, suction dilution valves and a three-wire mooring system. 985/479-1355;


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