The Latest Products: February 2020

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

The Latest Products: February 2020

The RAMVAC Tempest industrial air mover from Sewer Equipment has an 18-cubic-yard debris box and a 28-inch Hg cfm positive displacement blower through an 8-inch system.

Sewer Equipment Tempest industrial air mover
The RAMVAC Tempest industrial air mover from Sewer Equipment has an 18-cubic-yard debris box and a 28-inch Hg cfm positive displacement blower through an 8-inch system. The self-discharging filter system provides automatic interval cleaning of the filter house during operation, reducing downtime. The articulating, extendable knuckleboom provides 4.5 feet of extension, with a total working length of 16 feet and 270-degree range of motion. Standard with a fully opening rear door, the Tempest requires only one dump to eliminate all debris within the box. Also standard is a 50-degree dump angle and 50-inch clearance from splash plate to the ground, allowing for easy offloading of material into roll-off containers. 800-323-1604; www.sewerequipment.com.

Vacall AllExcavate hydroexcavator
The Vacall AllExcavate hydroexcavator is ideal for excavating soil, rocks and clay around utility lines and foundations. It uses high-pressure jetting action up to 24.5 gpm with up to 3,000 psi to loosen material. A 27-inch Hg and 5,800 cfm vacuum suctions the material and water slurry into the debris tank. The multistage vacuum filtration system has a simplified design to reduce maintenance, extend performance and increase working life. As material is deposited into the debris body, air continues to move through a dual cyclone separator where more material particles and moisture are removed. The filtered air then passes through the blower, silencer and the exhaust. All AllExcavate models are available with three different vacuum boom tube and hose designs to accommodate customer preference. 800-382-8302; www.vacall.com.

KENCO Slab Crab pavement removal bucket
KENCO’s Slab Crab is a pavement removal bucket that reduces the time and expense in removing concrete slabs and bridge decks. Concrete is saw-cut into manageable slabs and lifted out. The slabs can be loaded directly onto a truck bed. A single operator can remove slabs cleanly, without disturbing the subbase. The new design features serrated upper jaws to keep slabs secure during lifting operations. The smooth lower jaw allows for the release of the slab in its desired location. The Slab Crab is available in models for excavators from 5,000 to 150,000 pounds. Custom models can also be fabricated to accept larger slab thicknesses. 800-653-6069; www.kenco.com.

Case Construction Equipment CX350D LR excavator
Case Construction Equipment’s full-size CX350D LR excavator provides increased operating performance in applications that require long-distance bucket reach and precision. The new model features an elongated boom and arm and additional counterweight for increased digging capabilities in deep or long-distance digging applications, while providing the same improved responsiveness and control of the D Series. With an operating weight of 88,200 pounds, the CX350D LR features a 268 hp Tier 4 Final diesel engine and up to 24,500 ft-lbs of bucket digging force. The extended arm and boom provide a maximum dig radius of 61 feet 3 inches, and a maximum dig depth of 46 feet 3 inches. 866-542-2736; www.casece.com. 

VMAC HVAC cooling system for the multifunction unit
VMAC’s new HVAC cooling system for the VMAC multifunction unit enables its 6-in-1 multipower system to provide truck cab cooling. The system will help reduce idling and provide relief from high temperatures. The air conditioning will run without running the truck’s engine, providing the comforts of a climate-controlled cab. Other benefits of the cooling system include reduced operating costs and an improved truck life with lower engine operating hours and engine wear. 
800-738-8622; www.vmacair.com.



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