The Latest Products: July 2020

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

The Latest Products: July 2020

The 800 Series IV truck jet from Sewer Equipment offers several features that lend itself specifically to cold-weather applications.

Sewer Equipment 800 Series IV truck jet
The 800 Series IV truck jet from Sewer Equipment offers several features that lend itself specifically to cold-weather applications. The rear door can close completely with the hose reel fully extended, providing maximum heat retention inside the environmental enclosure where water components are stored. A new feature gives up to 20 gpm of hot water to feed the washdown reel, lateral reel and jetting circuits during cold-weather operations. A lack of PTO engagement allows for wintertime recirculation of the water system at highway speeds as a standard feature, saving the time of blowing down the entire water system between job sites. The addition of a centralized water drain makes winterization easy, as there is only one drain to blow down, and a retractable canopy adds protection from the weather. 888-477-7611; www.sewerequipment.com.

Gradall fixed-thumb grapple attachments
Fixed thumb grapple attachments from Gradall expand the capabilities of Gradall excavators in emergency applications after severe weather, as well as for routine job site cleanup and demolition. The fixed thumb grapple is a primary attachment for Gradall Storm Recovery Series models: wheeled excavators designed to provide emergency response to the aftermath of hurricanes, tornadoes and other natural disasters. The grapple attachments can be used to reach out and remove brush, debris and tree limbs. The highway speed model can be driven at 60 mph to address blocked roadways and provide access to other first responders. 800-445-4752; www.gradall.com.

Mecalac MCR Series crawler-skid excavators
The newly updated MCR Series of crawler-skid excavators from Mecalac includes three models: the 6MCR, 8MCR and 10MCR. The machines provide the swiftness of a skid-steer with the 360-degree rotation of an excavator for versatility and faster travel speeds. The machines feature a hydrostatic transmission and drive motors strong enough to take on any job. A dedicated pump drives the motor, making travel speeds up to 6.2 mph possible, reducing time spent traveling across job sites and unnecessary downtime. The three-part arm can be tucked in, even with a full bucket, allowing for extra compactness and mobility without overbalancing the unit in the front, resulting in a zero-turn radius. 508-921-3076; www.mecalac.com.



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