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Sept. 5, 2008
V series vertical light tower Allmand Bros. The V Series Vertical Light Tower from Allmand Bros. is s compact trailer including a seven section lighting tower that telescopes and retracts vertically. Mast may be raised or lowered in just 20 seconds and ...

V series vertical light tower

Allmand Bros.

The V Series Vertical Light Tower from Allmand Bros. is s compact trailer including a seven section lighting tower that telescopes and retracts vertically. Mast may be raised or lowered in just 20 seconds and does not lay down for transportation or storage. Mast and light fixtures stay within the footprint of the trailer even when lowered. The vertical-only design reduces shipping and storage costs as well as the potential for damage. In addition, the light fixtures can be adjusted from the ground to the angle and direction as desired before being extended, making accurate fixture adjustments fast and simple. Fixtures hold their adjusted position and can be operated at any height. Safety is enhanced as the tower does not lie down and overhang the rear of the enclosure; design also eliminates potential pinch points. Fluid containment trailer design reduces potential for accidental liquid spills. Ideal for use in environmentally sensitive areas; helps protect against costly cleanup and regulatory fines.

DMD4K zoom detector


The Bosch DMD4K Zoom Detector puts an end to expensive drilling damage, such as drilling into metal water pipes or drill bits twisted on reinforcing steel because it detects metals (magnetic and non-magnetic), electric cables and wooden substructures and indicates live cables. An illumination ring around the marking hole changes from green to red to indicate detection. The audible detection signal easily switches on and off, and the on-tool marking pencil storage accepts standard pencil width. The unit also features an ergonomic soft-grip area for sure grip and comfort. The LED ring and the integrated marking pen offer accurate positioning. Auto-calibration in metal-mode scan can be started at any location. Informative LCD display indicates mode and detection strength.

Ingersoll Rand MVS-6 mobile security system

Doosan Infracore Portable Power

The Ingersoll Rand MVS-6 Mobile Security System allows remote monitoring of outdoor areas at substantially less cost than employing security manpower. The MVS-6 can be remotely operated, using software that connects the user to the system’s day / night imaging camera and a 40GB DVR via a wireless connection for recording images. The wireless communication system allows for easy networking of multiple MVS-6 units to secure a large area and allows one person to monitor these units. The wireless system also monitors the unit’s power supply. The MVS-6 uses a standard hybrid power system of solar and diesel technology for six months of uninterrupted remote operation. It requires only one person to set-up and can be deployed under most conditions. The MVS-6’s wiring is housed inside a tamper-resistant, locked enclosure that protects the unit from theft and vandalism.


Dri-Eaz Products

The AirPath takes carpet and floor drying to a new level of speed and efficiency. By utilizing a unique patented grill that directs airflow down and across floor surfaces in a 360 degree airstream, the AirPath can dry most floor surfaces in minutes, not hours or days. The AirPath accomplishes this by drawing warm, dry air from above and directing it across the entire surface of the floor – up to 12 feet in all directions. Users simply place the unit in the center of a room and switch on the 1-hp motor to unleash airflow clocked at up to 40 mph. Locking wheel casters keep the unit firmly in place when drying hard floors, and a rugged rotomolded housing makes the unit lightweight, stackable and long-lasting. The unit is already popular as a rental. Simplicity of use and portability make it attractive to rental customers, and for store managers, the unit’s minimal maintenance requirements and the scratch- and dent-resistant housing mean the unit is always showroom ready.

LTLP-436 4-foot manual lift hoist with strap

SpitzLift, MTA Distributors

Spitzlift, the world’s lightest portable crane, sets up in less than a minute, weighs 33 pounds and has a lifting capacity of 700 pounds. Built of high-strength, lightweight structural aluminum, it rotates 360 degrees and does the work of three men, according to the company. The boom has a length of four feet, which is ideal for loading trucks, trailers and panel vans. The crane’s height-reach feature adjusts from 3 feet, 5.5 inches to 5 feet, 7 inches above the base allowing large objects to be loaded with ease. The winch features a load-control disk brake that automatically locks and unlocks for safe lifting and loading. This winch also allows one person to easily control the load. It helps to prevent back injuries and workman’s compensation claims. Its patented, foldable design provides true portability and convenient storage — stowing nicely behind an operator’s seat. The unit also comes standard with a 15-foot heavy-duty strap.

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