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TE 30-A36 Cordless Combihammer
TE 30-A36 Cordless Combihammer
September 29, 2013 7:00 AM CDT

New masonry products for September 2013

Combihammers, smartphone time cards, footwear and more

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TE 30-A36 Cordless Combihammer

Hilti
Tulsa, Okla.

The Hilti TE 30-A36 is a cordless combihammer drill that delivers on productivity. With a drilling range of ¼-inch to one inch diameter with SDS+ (TE-C) drill bits, and up to 3.5 inches using percussion core bits, the TE 30-A36 drills and chips into concrete up to 40 percent faster than the largest SDS corded tools on the market. This speed is possible due to the high efficiency brushless motor and higher mass hammering mechanism. Professionals can complete applications never before possible with a cordless tool and work longer, because the TE 30-A36 comes with the highest capacity battery on the market – the 36-volt, 6-amp-hour battery, which provides more than double the work per charge of other batteries.

www.us.hilti.com

Carbide Tip Multi-Tool Blade

Bosch
Mt. Prospect, Ill.

Carbide Tip Multi-Tool Blade
Carbide Tip Multi-Tool Blade
Bosch carbide tip multi-tool blade offers the combination of speed, precision and long life. The OSC114C (OSC114C-2 for two pack) carbide tip blade can cut both metal and wood, including harsh applications like fiber board, cement board, plaster and lathe, ceramic tile, nails, bolts, screws, sheet metal, copper pipe, cast iron and hardwoods. The 1.25-inch blade width helps the user speed through long cuts. The carbide tip is welded to a high-carbon steel body through a proprietary process. The tip blade features the benefits of a thicker interface bracket, reducing vibration.

www.boschtools.com

Time Card for Smartphones

HCSS
Sugar Land, Texas

Time Card for Smartphones
Time Card for Smartphones
Construction software developer HCSS has added a mobile phone time card to its selection of mobile apps available for smartphones and tablets. From the makers of HeavyBid construction estimating software and HeavyJob field management software, the mobile phone time card app allows foremen and superintendents in the field to enter time and see job production data on the smartphone. With the HeavyJob mobile phone time card app, foremen and superintendents can enter time for workers and equipment, enter quantities, and write notes for cost codes, as well as mark work for T&M.

www.hcss.com

KEEN Utility Tucson

KEEN
Portland, Ore.

KEEN Utility Tucson
KEEN Utility Tucson
KEEN Utility has taken this idea of hybrid footwear to the next level with the introduction of the Tucson. The outdoor-inspired silhouette is reminiscent of a hiking boot, while blending all the work boot performance features KEEN Utility has developed and incorporated into the entire collection. Crafted with a waterproof, nubuck leather upper, the boot features a sleek, low-profile midsole and open mesh inserts to increase air circulation. A KEEN.Dry waterproof, breathable membrane lets moisture out, but never in, and a hydrophobic/hydropholic two-zone comfort technology lining helps to keep feet cool and dry.

www.keenfootwear.com/us/en

DBC Drywall Bridging Connector for Cold-Formed Steel

Simpson Strong-Tie
Pleasanton, Calif.

DBC Drywall Bridging Connector for Cold-Formed Steel
DBC Drywall Bridging Connector for Cold-Formed Steel
The DBC drywall bridging connector for cold-formed steel construction is new from Simpson Strong-Tie. The patent-pending design of the new DBC connector enables one- or two-screw installation, reducing labor and material costs. The DBC is load-rated for smaller ¾-inch, u-channel bridging. Along with the Simpson Strong-Tie SUBH and MSUBH bridging connectors, the DBC has been lab tested as a system, ensuring that tabulated design values reflect stud web depth and thickness. The connector has been tested in accordance with ICC-ES AC261.

www.strongtie.com


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