Amerimix
BMJ Stone
Echelon Masonry
EZG Manufacturing
Federated Insurance
Fraco USA, Inc.
Hohmann and Barnard, Inc.
Hydro Mobile, Inc.
iQ Power Tools
Kennison Forest Products, Inc.
Mortar Net Solutions
Non-Stop Scaffolding
Pullman Ermator
SPEC MIX LLC
Stabila
Tradesmen's Software, Inc.
January 29, 2012 9:00 AM CST

New masonry products for January 2012

Grinders, pump trucks, generators and more

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Rolling Miter Saw/Planer Stand

DEWALT
Towson, Md.

Rolling Miter Saw/Planer Stand
Rolling Miter Saw/Planer Stand
DEWALT launched a new Rolling Miter Saw/Planer Stand (DWX726) that allows for easy jobsite mobility, thanks to wide rubber wheels and fold-up design. The DWX726 is designed for a variety of contractors, including cabinetmakers, trim carpenters, framers, installers and those tasked with using a miter saw or portable thickness planer on the jobsite. With three-position, pneumatically assisted raising and lowering, the DWX726 is easy to assemble, minimizing downtime. The unit also is durable with a tubular steel construction that allows for 300 pounds of maximum weight capacity. The mounting rails are easily adjustable and can adapt to nearly any miter saw or portable thickness planer on the market.

www.dewalt.com

EDCO Turbo Grinder Leveling Kit

EDCO-Equipment Development Company Inc.
Frederick, Md.

EDCO Turbo Grinder Leveling Kit
EDCO Turbo Grinder Leveling Kit
Now available is the EDCO Turbo Grinder Leveling Kit. This modification ensures level grinding, regardless the height of accessories being used on EDCO’s 10” Turbo Grinders. The kit attaches to the machine’s rear axle and creates a multi-level grinding machine. Level grinding is more productive, quicker and easier on the operator. The Leveling Kit also is available on new TG-10 Grinders. EDCO’s 10” Turbo Grinders use a variety of accessories to quickly remove high spots, uneven joints, epoxy, urethane and other difficult coverings from concrete surfaces.

www.edcoinc.com

Jescraft Spreader Beam Moves Heavy Slabs

Jescraft
Bogota, N.J.

Jescraft Spreader Beam Moves Heavy Slabs
Jescraft Spreader Beam Moves Heavy Slabs
A spreader beam by Jescraft makes moving large slabs or heavy bundles around the yard or fabrication shop easier. Stone handlers now can use a forklift to move loads quickly and safely. Designed specifically for stone fabricators who need to transport material in and out of buildings or make tight turns in a crowded yard, Jescraft’s spreader beam features fork-access slots that provide a secure way of engaging and lifting the beam with a forklift, which is a more mobile and maneuverable alternative to hoisting with a stationary overhead crane. The beam also is ideal for loading and unloading containers.

www.jescraft.com

‘Next Generation’ Pump Truck

LATICRETE SUPERCAP
Bethany, Conn.

‘Next Generation’ Pump Truck
‘Next Generation’ Pump Truck
LATICRETE SUPERCAP has added the First Next Generation Mobile Blending Unit (MBU) to its fleet of pump trucks. The power of the pump has been combined with the next generation of self-leveling materials. The System has proven to be a time-saving, cost-effective method in finishing new concrete or capping existing slabs. LATICRETE SUPERCAP applicators use their pump trucks to blend and deliver problem-solving underlayment systems right to the jobsite. Pumping is done from ground level, and material is delivered quickly and efficiently, directly from the hose to the floor on large-scale surface preparation and remediation projects.

www.laticretesupercap.com

MQ POWER tier 4i generator models

Multiquip
Carson, Calif.

MQ POWER tier 4i generator models
MQ POWER tier 4i generator models
Four generator models powered by Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-compliant Tier4i engines are being shipped by Multiquip. These new MQ Power models are the DCA150SSC (150Kva), DCA180SSC (180Kva), DCA220SSC (220Kva) and DCA300SSC (300Kva). Each is equipped with a diesel particulate filter (DPF) to trap particulate matter, or soot, from the diesel engine exhaust. The self-cleaning design uses a regeneration process, manual or automatic, to burn off accumulated soot, once it reaches its factory set limit. The manual option allows the operator to select the best time to begin regeneration. Visual indicators and diagnostic troubleshooting are provided in the control panel to alert the operator.

www.multiquip.com

Originally published in Masonry magazine.


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Masonry, the official publication of the Mason Contractors Association of America, covers every aspect of the mason contractor profession - equipment and techniques, building codes and standards, business planning, promoting your business, legal issues and more. Read or subscribe to Masonry magazine at www.masonrymagazine.com.

 

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