What Else Is New?

Jan. 1, 2006
Mi-T-M Mi-T-M's line of portable generators for the rental and construction industries features three inverters and 15 standard models, and offers a unit


Mi-T-M's line of portable generators for the rental and construction industries features three inverters and 15 standard models, and offers a unit for power sourcing needs from 1,650 watts up to 13,000 watts. The inverter technology generators range from 1,650 watts to 4,300 watts. The technology features compact design, low noise levels and smooth wave form power for the computer industry. The industrial product line features a Mi-T-M roll cage design, which incorporates Mi-T-M's engineering department's new isolator design, extended fuel tank capacity and solid state circuitry. These units range from 2,500 watts to 13,000 watts. The 4,000 to 8,000 watt models are available with optional lifting hook or wheel kit.
Booth 6131
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Diamond Products

Diamond Products will display its line of saws at the Rental Show, including the new CC1313XL portable concrete saw. The SpeediCut high-speed cut-off saw will also be on display, as well as a selection of masonry and tile saws, and diamond concrete masonry and tile blades. Along with the equipment shown, Diamond Products will offer visitors the opportunity to take home a collection of Swarovski Silver Crystal (pictured), available with the purchase of diamond tools and/or equipment. Details of the promotion will be available at the booth.
Booth 4302
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Gehl's new E-Series skid-steer loaders is a line of six models ranging from the compact Model 3640E with a rated operating load of 1,175 to Model 6640E with a rated operating load of 2,900 pounds. The units are built with advanced acoustical materials and specially designed engine compartment components to lower sound levels, both inside and out. The large operator compartments have abundant head, shoulder and legroom, and are designed for greater overall comfort to make operators more productive than ever before. An optional deluxe suspension seat adjusts to the operator's weight to provide more comfort. A choice of low-effort servo-hydraulic controls deliver precise response for added productivity.
Booth 2932
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Environmental Solutions

EZ Environmental Solutions, parent company of Pressure Island, announces the BioRack Wash Station and Water Recycling System. The BioRack is a bioremediation wash water treatment system that allows customers to wash, rinse and recycle water all in one machine. The system breaks down oil and grease molecules by converting them to carbon dioxide and water using fixed film bacteria. The BioRack can be used with an existing wash pad or integrated with a Pressure Island aboveground containment pad. The packaged system pad has a 5,000-pound load capacity. The BioRack is available in five different sizes to handle customers' various applications, such as tool rental shops, construction equipment, manufacturing, party rental and more.
Booth 4450
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The Bobcat T140 compact track loader will complement the company's existing four track loaders and serve as an entry-level machine. The new radius lift path loader is 56 inches wide and 124 inches long with bucket and has a 1,400-pound rated operating capacity, great for contractors looking for power in tight conditions. The T140 has a turf-friendly lug track that distributes the operating weight of the 6,424-pound loader over a larger area, resulting in a 5-psi ground pressure. The low ground pressure minimizes damage to landscapes, paving stones and other established surfaces. The rubber-track undercarriage also provides improved traction and better flotation with minimal ground disturbance even in soft, wet or muddy conditions.
Booth 2032
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John Deere

John Deere's new CT 322 and CT 332 compact track loaders feature two-speed transmission, hydraulic Quick-Tatch, self-leveling buckets, high-flow hydraulics and a comfortable HVAC system. The comprehensive instrumentation panel displays vital operating information and features sealed, easy-to-operate rocker switches. The CT 332 offers servo controls and an ergonomically shaped armrest for finger light efforts with maximum control. Oil change intervals of up to 500 hours simplify daily maintenance on the CT 322 and CT 332. Lift-up top cover, swing-out rear door, lift-off side panels and quick pivoting ROPS provide 360-degree access to all components.
Booth 2718
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Godwin Pumps

Godwin's Sub-Prime electric submersible pumps include a range of dewatering, trash, sludge and slim line models used in construction, mining and industry. Applications include cofferdam, mine and tunnel dewatering. Slim line models are designed for fitting into confined spaces such as well casings. Godwin Sub-Prime electric submersible pumps are available in ½ to 90 hp with flows to 5,000 gallons per minute, heads to 375 feet and solids handling to 3.2 inches.
Booth 5252
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Edco's new CS-18 is a sturdily built, compact down-cut saw designed with plenty of power, according to the company. It features a 13-hp Honda engine, a 3-V belt blade drive system with a tensioner pulley. The belt tensioner eliminates having to loosen the engine mounts and makes changing belts a snap. The CS-18 is a dual-arbor saw with an 18-inch blade capacity, has a quick-release arbor cap, weighs 233 pounds with lifting handles and is finished off with a plated adjustable handle assembly.
Booth 5538
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Little Wonder

Little Wonder's self-propelled high performance vacuum features a hydrostatic drive to power over any terrain with control. The Peerless 2000 series hydrostatic transaxle provides performance and durability. The unit is powered by a 6.5-hp Briggs Intek I/C engine, offers infinitely variable speed up to 4.8 mph forward, powered reverse and large tread rear wheels for added traction. The hydrostatic transaxle also features an automatic return to neutral feature when the control mechanism is released to ensure user safety. The transaxle engagement lever can be released for maneuvering the unit manually.
Booth 6225
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Powered by a 3.3-hp, four-cycle Honda GX100 engine, Bomag Light Equipment's BT60/4 tamper offers the operating convenience four-cycle engine while maintaining the high stroke and impact force of a two-cycle model. The BT60/4 tamper weighs 137 pounds. With a maximum travel speed of 66 feet per minute and a range of 540 to 708 impacts per minute, the unit delivers up to 3,037 pounds of impact force to a compaction depth of 21.6 inches. The tamping foot is constructed of high-strength honeycomb polyethylene that absorbs shock, aids stability and provides smooth operation. For operator safety and comfort, the BT60/4 tamper offers a patented anti-vibration handle. The handle minimizes the amount of vibration transferred to the operator and increases the number of hours an operator can safely use the tamper.
Booth 4632
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JLG Industries

The Model 3394RT scissorlift has a 33-foot platform height, 2,250-pound platform capacity, an oscillating axle and proportional drive as well as proportional up and down controls. The Vortec 3000 engine that powers the scissorlift delivers 82 hp at 2,800 rpm. The 3.0L, four-cylinder gasoline engine is Tier III compliant and is designed to deliver improved fuel economy with reduced emissions, smooth operation and instant starting. Other JLG products at the show will include electric-powered scissorlifts, towable boom lifts, telehandlers and self-propelled boom lifts.
Booth 2732
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Bosch Power Tools

Bosch Power Tools' two new Lithium Ion cordless power tool lines — 10.8 and 36 volts — are designed for maximum power and runtime. Included in the 36-volt tool line are a 1-inch Bulldog rotary hammer, a drill/driver, hammer drill/driver, reciprocating saw, circular saw and more. A 10.8-volt pocket driver and 10.8-volt I-driver will also launch in early 2006. The 36-volt tools are designed to give corded power in a cordless package, while the 10.8-volt tools are designed for applications in hard-to-reach places.
Booth 5620
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General Equipment

The new 240 hole digger from General Equipment features four-stroke technology on a one-man, handheld hole-digging product. The 240 joins the company's line of portable hole-digging equipment designed for use in lawn and garden, homeowner and light construction digging projects. Using an efficient spur gear transmission, the 240 produces a maximum drilling torque of 55 foot-pounds for improved digging performance. The 240's all-metal centrifugal clutch slips upon overload or when the auger makes direct contact with a buried obstruction. Proper operating position is promoted by the comfort zone handle design, which is intended to minimize the effects of kickback and fatigue. The operator's enhanced ability to control the 240 increases productivity while helping to ensure jobsite safety.
Booth 5208
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