Scaffold Caddy
Scaffold Caddy
April 30, 2016 7:00 AM CDT

New masonry products for April 2016

Lasers, levels, scaffold caddies, and more

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Scaffold Caddy increases production while decreasing injuries

Scaffold Caddy

The Scaffold Caddy is the perfect tool to transport conventional scaffolding through the interior of a building. The Scaffold Caddy fits through a man door and is a self-containment system when the scaffolding is not in use. The Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation conducted an ergonomics study on the Scaffold Caddy, and the results showed that, by utilizing the Scaffold Caddy, the risk of an injury to employees decreased 28% while increasing production by 88%.

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Empire Level Introduces New True Blue® I-Beam Levels

Empire Level
Mukwonago, Wis.

Empire Level Introduces New True Blue® I-Beam Levels
Empire Level Introduces New True Blue® I-Beam Levels
Empire Level introduced new True Blue® I-Beam Levels, available in both magnetic and non-magnetic models (24–78 inches). The e55 Series’ high-contrast vial surrounds provide visibility in all light conditions and feature high-impact acrylic e-Band™ vials for durability. e-Band vials also include patented blue-bands to maximize bubble meniscus visibility and are accurate to within 0.0005 inch per inch in all working positions. The all-metal frame is equipped with impact-resistant end caps. A top-read window provides clear overhead viewing.

www.empirelevel.com

Hilti Green Rotating Laser PR 3-HVSG

Hilti
Plano, Texas

Hilti Green Rotating Laser PR 3-HVSG
Hilti Green Rotating Laser PR 3-HVSG
The Hilti Green rotating laser PR 3-HVSG is equipped with shock-absorbing casing, each laser features four shock-absorbing handles and an advanced internal damping system. The device has an accuracy of ± 1/16 inch at 33 feet and an operating range (with laser receiver) of up to 100 feet and a diameter of 7–492 feet. Each tool comes standard with a 12-V battery pack and charger for up to 16 hours of continuous working time.

www.hilti.com

Ridgid Gen5X Brushless Two-Tool Kit

Ridge Tool Co.
Elyria, Ohio

Ridgid Gen5X Brushless Two-Tool Kit
Ridgid Gen5X Brushless Two-Tool Kit
The Ridgid Gen5X Brushless Compact Hammer Drill and Impact Driver are part of a new two-tool kit from Ridge Tool Co. The Hammer Drill is powered by an 18-V HyperLithium battery. Hammering speed is 0–27,300 BPM, with a maximum torque of 700 inch-pounds. Key features include: a 2-speed brushless motor, micro clutch with over 100 settings, and 3-mode selection between drilling, screwdriving and hammer drilling. The 3-Speed Impact Driver has a maximum torque of 500/1200/2250 inch-pounds.

www.ridgid.com

Pettibone Launches New Website

Pettibone
Baraga, Mich.

Pettibone Launches New Website
Pettibone Launches New Website
Pettibone/Traverse Lift LLC, a manufacturer of rugged material handling equipment, launched its new website at www.gopettibone.com. The website features enhanced navigation and extensive information on the company’s core product lines, including its Extendo telehandlers, Cary-Lift pipe, log and tire handlers, and Speed Swing rail cranes. Along with features and specifications on each product model, the site also offers industry application and safety information.

www.gopettibone.com

Tepox V Color Match System Kit in Six Colors

Tenax
Charlotte, N.C.

Tepox V Color Match System Kit in Six Colors
Tepox V Color Match System Kit in Six Colors
Tepox V is a special chemical color liquid used to color match stones that have been resined with color additives. It may also be used to enhance slabs or to alter the look of a slab. Tepox V can be used in conjunction with Ager or Ager Tiger. It is also recommended to follow up with Tenax Proseal or Tenax Protex premium-grade sealers. Tepox V is for indoor use only. Six colors are included in the set.

www.tenax4you.com

Originally published in Masonry magazine.


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