Kett’s KD-441 use a five-amp pistol grip, 0‐2,500 RPM variable-speed electric motor that cuts through cold rolled (C.R.) mild steel (up to 24 gauge), wire mesh to 18 gauge, spiral pipe, metal studs, plastics and rubber, with a scissor action – all at speeds up to 2,500 strokes per minute. The scissor shears weigh five pounds and have an adjustable cutting speed that can be tailored for individual cutting needs. All shear heads are precision made in the U.S. featuring A-2 tool steel blades for durability.
The KD-441 Scissor Shears are available through authorized dealers. For more information or to locate a dealer, visit the website or call (513)271-0333.
The Lucas #9500 is compatible with Lucas water-based acrylic coatings. It is suitable for repairing hail-damaged polyurethane foam roofs. It may also be used in conjunction with custom-manufactured Lucas PolyPans and metal pitch pockets.
The #9500 comes in white and black colors, guns easily in cold or hot weather, and comes packaged 12 per case.
The LRT 1090-2.1 blends safety with innovation. The manufacturer’s VarioBase outrigger monitoring system enables each support to be extended to a different length while automatically delivering support status information to the operator. It’s ideal for maintaining safety and flexibility in the tight spaces encountered in today’s urban and industrial jobsites. It also allows for capacity when lifting over the supports.
The boom crane incorporates safety features into a modern package. The flat deck, electrically extendable cab platform, and multiple ladders minimize the risk of fall injuries. Controls are easy to understand. The attachment of the counterweight and installation of the jib are fully monitored by the boom crane during setup.
The 50-MP construction camera uses optical technology to achieve high resolution, resulting in still images with a level of detail and clarity that sets a standard in the industry. Still imagery forms the foundation of the project documentation, management, and marketing capabilities provided by all OxBlue camera systems, including the time-lapse construction movies the company is known for.
The resolution of the 50-MP construction camera enables users to:
- Zoom in on archived images to inspect construction details.
- Capture the build and the area surrounding the jobsite in detail.
- Produce photos and time-lapse videos for use in marketing and presentations.
Earlier this year, OxBlue introduced live video on demand (VOD), newly designed solar equipment, and an update to its construction camera interface.
Live VOD is an optional service that lets clients view jobsite activity in real time. Using monocrystalline technology, the company improved the efficiency and reduced the size and weight of its solar panels and energy-storage batteries, respectively, by 25 percent. The interface update included automatic fit-and-fill of jobsite images on any viewing screen, including mobile devices, computers, and flat-screens.
The launch of the 50-MP construction camera comes approximately one year after the release of the company’s 24-MP camera.
OxBlue construction cameras are part of an integrated system that includes hardware, software, cellular data connection, time-lapse video technology, and professional services.
The low operator’s entry and exit design is achieved by the positioning of the drive wheel to the rear right corner. The single drive wheel is fitted with a 16-inch rubber tire and features 360-degree steering rotation. The benefits of AC technology in the drive and steering ensure optimum and efficient performance. The rear articulated axle provides traction and smooth ride for the operator especially across uneven floors. Operators are also assured of a safe working environment, thanks to the stand-up overhead guard design, offering visibility of the surrounding area. The on-board ergonomic positioned display provides the operator with constant monitoring of the truck.
Combilift is available in seven other models. From the small Combi-WR4 multidirectional pedestrian stacker truck to the Combi-CB, to the heavy duty C10,000XL and stand up sideloaders, Combilift caters for the specific requirements of the fabricating industry. Safe handling plus maneuverability are at the forefront of Combilift’s product development – evident in the variety of trucks on show.
Completing the line-up is an Aisle-Master articulated forklift designed for handling pallets in narrow aisles as well as versatile indoor and outdoor operation. It replaces a combination of reach and counterbalance trucks to optimize storage space in a warehouse.
The CM Tornado’s Sidewinder lever handle features a 360-degree rotating lever and a fold-out revolving handle. Working in unison, these integrated components allow the operator to realize the full potential of 360-degree rotation while working in an ergonomic position. This design reduces repetitive wrist action experienced with traditional lever hoists, letting the operator utilize a full range of motion to work up to 12 times faster. The Tornado’s double-reduction gearing and bearings decrease pull force by up to 30 percent, minimizing operator fatigue as compared to using conventional ratchet lever tools.
The innovation behind the CM Tornado 360 is an example of Columbus McKinnon’s continued commitment to designing and manufacturing equipment for lifting, positioning and securing loads. The Tornado is available in 3/4 and 1-1/2 ton capacities with standard lifts up to 20 feet. Additional lifts are also available. The hoist features a lifetime warranty and meets the ASME B30.21 manually operated hoist standard. The CM Tornado 360 joins the CM family of hoist products, including the CM Hurricane 360 hand chain hoist.
Outside of the North American market, this hoist is available to customers under the Yale brand as the Yale Ergo 360 ratchet lever hoist. To learn more about the CM Tornado 360 or any of the other products, call Columbus McKinnon Channel Services at (800)888-0985 or visit the website.