The Latest Products: May 2019

Here's a look at some of the latest products in the industry

The Latest Products: May 2019

The GENESIS Water Recycling Sewer Cleaner from Cappellotto by Sewer Equipment employs a passive separation approach, which includes a true 5-stage separation process.

Sewer Equipment GENESIS Water Recycling Sewer Cleaner
The GENESIS Water Recycling Sewer Cleaner from Cappellotto by Sewer Equipment employs a passive separation approach, which includes a true five-stage separation process. Using gravity, it separates water from sludge. The GENESIS is able to work effectively and efficiently in grease and lines containing water with any size impurities, as there are no filters to become clogged. It has a 13-yard stainless steel debris tank, a 1,500-gallon stainless steel water tank, a 90 gpm at 2,500 psi water pump designed specifically for recycled water, a positive displacement blower with 3,000 cfm at 27-inch Hg with 6-inch system and 800 feet of 1-inch sewer hose. With a boom reach that is adjustable from 15 to 21 feet from the center of the truck, the Smart Boom assembly has 65 feet of vacuum tube, providing the ability to vacuum 30 to 37 feet below grade without adding additional tubes. 800-323-1604; www.sewerequipment.com. 

Myers Seth Pump DD-6 pump
The DD-6 pump from Myers Seth Pump pulls the best attributes of four different types of pumps — double diaphragm, centrifugal, piston and rotary lobe — into one solution. The DD-6 is capable of being used for the six most common methods of dewatering that are typically encountered on a job site, from simple to complex. The 6-inch, high-volume double-diaphragm pump has a HATZ 1D81Z, 10 hp air-cooled diesel engine, enabling 140 max cfm. It features high head pressure and 3/8-inch steel construction to make it reliable and durable. It can pump 700 gpm, deliver 28 feet of vertical lift and move 4 1/2-inch solids, making it a great sludge and slurry pump as well. The Sound Attenuated Fully Enclosed version reduces noise output by up to 50 percent, making it ideal for metropolitan and urban environments. 904-389-6114; www.myerssethpumps.com.

Vermeer MX300 mixing system
Vermeer’s MX300 mixing system offers customizable mounting configuration options and is equipped with a 23 hp Kohler ECH 7300 EFI gas engine that ouputs 350 gpm of flow. The system can be paired with up to two tanks at once to help decrease time spent mixing and refilling drilling fluid tanks. The unit’s narrow rectangular tank design also helps maximize fluid volume, and a small footprint can help with convenient transporting and storage. It comes with a 16-gallon fuel tank and is easy to service with access to the roll jets through the top of the tank and two valve drainage points. 800-837-6337; www.vermeer.com.

Brokk Hydraulic Breaker series
The new Brokk Hydraulic Breaker (BHB) series is matched with the company’s full range of remote-controlled demolition robots. Each robot is designed from the attachment backward, providing the exact amount of flow, pressure, backpressure and downward force that the hammer requires. The BHB series includes eight breaker models, starting with the 110-pound BHB 55 breaker for the compact Brokk 60 remote-controlled demolition machine. The range goes all the way up to the 1,543-pound BHB 705 for the recently introduced Brokk 500 and Brokk 520D. The hammer bodies are machined from a solid casting, eliminating side and through bolts, and an integrated, side-mounted accumulator holds a nitrogen gas charge for as long as a year. 800-621-7856; www.brokk.com.

Leica Geosystems MC1 software for excavators
The Leica Geosystems MC1 software for excavators from Leica Geosystems uses quick accesses and smart navigation to keep the operator in the run screen and ensure longer uptime. This one-for-all software infinitely connects heavy machinery on site, providing guidance and automation for operations across construction projects. The latest version of the software enables tool recognition for excavators, enabling the automatic detection of any construction tool connected to the excavator. This decreases the chance of using improper buckets that could cause over-digging, increasing efficiency and productivity for operators on site. 800-367-9453; www.leica-geosystems.com.

John Deere construction simulators
The new construction simulators from John Deere outfit to one of six machine types: backhoe, crawler dozer, excavator, wheel loader, joystick-controlled motor grader and fingertip control motor grader. Based on actual John Deere equipment, the simulators feature swappable controls that allow for quick interchange of joysticks and foot pedals to multiple machine types. The software offers highly-detailed, realistic virtual environments designed to cover basic and advanced operator duties through multiple job site tasks. A performance function provides metrics to measure student progress to help build proficiency and confidence. 800-503-3373; www.johndeere.com.



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