Breaker TE 1000-AVR With Wave Chisel TE-SP
Breaker TE 1000-AVR With Wave Chisel TE-SP
July 31, 2015 7:00 AM CDT

New masonry products for July 2015

Chisels, mixers, saws, and more

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Breaker TE 1000-AVR With Wave Chisel TE-SP

Hilti
Tulsa, Okla.

The Hilti Breaker TE 1000-AVR, when used with the new Wave chisel TE-SP, is breaking new ground in performance and comfort. The TE 1000-AVR Breaker features HiDrive technology, which helps deliver 19 foot-pounds of impact energy for outstanding demolition performance and productivity. It features a Power Reduction Switch for up to 30 percent less impact for precision work. An SR motor helps ensure stable performance with power fluctuations from generators or extension cords, while a three-chamber sealing principle provides contractors with a longer lifetime of their tool, for fewer breakdowns.

www.us.hilti.com

Upgraded 2200 Pan Mixer

Blastcrete Equipment Company
Anniston, Ala.

Upgraded 2200 Pan Mixer
Upgraded 2200 Pan Mixer
Blastcrete Equipment Co. has upgraded its 2,200-pound-capacity Pan Mixer for greater efficiency, easier maintenance and faster mixing speeds. The company designed the 2200 Pan Mixer specifically for refractory installations and manufacturing precast refractory shapes. It can mix up to 1 metric ton of refractory castable in two minutes or less. The mixer can be used for dry blending materials before water is added. The unit’s maximum mixing speed went from 30 to 45 rpm, which reduces mixing times from five minutes to two minutes or less.

www.blastcrete.com

Pro Plus Poly Mortar Tub for Forklift Use

Bon Tool Company
Gibsonia, Pa.

Pro Plus Poly Mortar Tub for Forklift Use
Pro Plus Poly Mortar Tub for Forklift Use
Bon’s Pro Plus line has been expanded to include a Poly Mortar Tub. The design of the 8.5-cubic-foot tub incorporates three molded-in legs on the bottom side for use with a forklift. The molded legs are on the exterior of the body only. There are no internal pockets where mortar can lodge. The pro-grade tub is manufactured from a medium density polyethylene, which is UV stabilized for added durability and longer life. The interior of this Bon mortar tub features a twin-formed, non-stick surface. Rolled edges on the top of the tub add extra strength to the product.

www.bontool.com

24-Volt, Ultracapacitor-Based Engine Start Module

Maxwell Technologies Inc.
San Diego

24-Volt, Ultracapacitor-Based Engine Start Module
24-Volt, Ultracapacitor-Based Engine Start Module
Maxwell Technologies Inc.’s 24-volt ultracapacitor-based Engine Start Module (ESM) is ideal for improving equipment uptime and power reliability in buses and industrial vehicles, such as cranes, backhoes, bulldozers, graders, pavers, off-road trucks, portable compressors and others with diesel engines. The 24-volt ESM enables vehicles to start and operate reliably in the face of cold weather and infrequent starting. The new product expands Maxwell’s Engine Starting Solutions line to deliver benefits to diesel engine vehicles used in transportation, construction, military, agricultural, forestry, mining and other industries.

www.maxwell.com

Clipper BBT157 Masonry Saw

Norton
Valley Forge, Pa.

Clipper BBT157 Masonry Saw
Clipper BBT157 Masonry Saw
The BBT157 is the ideal masonry saw for the mason looking for portability and precision cutting capability. Whether it’s trimming pavers for a patio/walkway, building a new retaining wall, or cutting bricks for an archway – precise and clean cuts are a necessity. The Norton Clipper BBT157 offers a 1.5-hp, 115-volt motor, and a 14-inch diamond blade capacity to make those five-inch cuts quick and easy. Backed by a heavy-duty, jig-welded steel frame, it has a built-in miter cut design that enables a 45- to 90-degree pivoting function.

www.saint-gobain-northamerica.com

Originally published in Masonry magazine.


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