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May 2007

New Products Round-up 2007

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Bon Tool Company
Gibsonia, Pa.

Masonry Magazine

Bon's 2007 expanded product line of landscape tools includes the new Dead Blow hammer, designed for leveling and aligning concrete masonry pavers. The Dead Blow hammer is entirely coated with a non-damaging, non-marking rubber shell and manufactured in two sizes — available in a three- or four-pound model. At 11 inches long, the hammer maneuvers easily to level wall units as well as pavers. For a heavier blow, contractors will prefer Bon's new nine- or 15-pound Paver Sledge equipped with a non-marking, replaceable nylon face. For more information, contact the sales department at (724) 443-7080, or visit Bon's website at www.bontool.com.


Husqvarna Construction Products
Olathe, Kan.

Masonry Magazine

The new BHT Turbo high-speed blade from Husqvarna Construction Products is for fast, long-life cutting of hard materials with a 0.495" segment height. The design of the BHT segment provides excellent speed and life for cutting very hard materials when using high-speed or masonry saws. Field tests have shown superior performance when cutting critically hard bricks. This new blade is excellent for critically hard bricks, pavers, stone and masonry materials. The BHT is available for two hardness levels. For more information, visit www.husqvarna.com.


Gehl Company
West Bend, Wis.

Masonry Magazine

Gehl Company has introduced five new CT-Series telescopic handlers, including the CT6-18 Low Profile and CT6-18 Turbo. The CT6s are designed for applications that require extra lift capacity, meeting the challenge by lifting 6,000 pounds to full lift height. Both machines can use a 92-inch wide, 2-1/2-cubic-yard light-material bucket. The CT6-18 Low Profile has a cab height less than seven feet; the CT6-18 Turbo is equipped with a powerful 101-horsepower engine and tri-function joystick. Auxiliary hydraulics, hydraulic quick-attach system, three cab-mounted work lights, road lights, turn signals, and tail and backup lights come standard. For more information, call (800) 628-0491, or visit www.gehl.com.


Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation
Milwaukee, Wis.

Masonry Magazine

Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation introduced a new 1/2" hammer-drill featuring Anti-Vibration System (AVS) technology for drilling in masonry, concrete, wood or metal. Powered by a nine-amp motor and dual torque/speed ranges, the new 5380-21 is ideal for any trade needing to set anchors in walls and ceilings. AVS technology and a soft grip handle significantly reduce vibration and fatigue, and two operating modes allow users to switch from hammer-drill mode to drill only. A variable-speed, two-finger trigger provides maximum speed control and the heavy-duty metal gear case protects the tool for extended life. For more information, call (800) SAWDUST, or visit www.milwaukeetool.com.


Bosch Power Tools and Accessories
Mount Prospect, Ill.

Masonry Magazine

Available in 4-1/2-, five-, seven- and nine-inch diameters, SpeedWave diamond blades are the best solution for cutting masonry, cured and reinforced concrete, and roofing tile materials. The new wave-shaped ridge along both sides of each segment significantly reduces blade friction and drag. The design also helps clear dust faster for better overall performance. The world's first centralized cooling disc utilizes the blades rotation to draw in air and evenly cool the blade surface for longer life, as well as absorb vibration for a smoother cut. For more information, call (877) 267-2499, or visit www.boschtools.com.


CS Unitec
Norwalk, Conn.

Masonry Magazine

CS Unitec's newest mixer is battery-powered for ease of use on the job site — no external power source is required. Ideal for demanding mixing applications, the handy AHR 24.1 is equipped with a rugged paddle for mixing up to seven gallons of low- and medium-viscosity materials. At only 6-1/2 pounds, including the battery, the mixer is easily portable. The mixer's high-torque gearbox runs a 0-550 RPM variable-speed motor that offers stepless speed control and a soft start for no splashback. Powered by a 24-volt battery, the mixer will run for 30 minutes on a full charge. This mixer comes standard with a four-inch diameter RGA 100 mixing paddle, two 12-volt batteries and a 110-volt charger. For more information, call (800) 700-5919, or visit www.csunitec.com.


Honda Power Equipment
Alpharetta, Ga.

Masonry Magazine

Honda Power Equipment introduced the all-new i-Pro generator, featuring innovative inverter technology for commercial applications. The most powerful, portable inverter generators to date, the i-Pro capitalizes on all of the advantages that inverter technology delivers over comparable conventional generators, including: a clean, stable sine wave for sensitive electronics; a 33-percent reduction in size and weight, making them smallest-in-class; and the EcoThrottleTM load-dependent throttle system for reduced noise and emissions, with up to a 30-percent increase in fuel economy. It also offers a 120/240 dual voltage selector switch and GFCI. For more information, visit www.honda.com.






 
 

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