PHOENIX USA, INC.
Corrosion-resistant Galvanized Toolbox
Among its numerous styles and sizes of truck-mountable toolboxes, Phoenix USA, Inc. offers galvanized steel toolboxes specifically designed to withstand the corrosive elements of calcium chloride—commonly used to clear ice- and snow-covered roads. The galvanized toolboxes are available in two sizes: 36-inch-wide x 18-inch-high x 18-inch-deep and 48-inch-wide x 18-inch-high x 18-inch-deep. Each has a three-point latch system, a patented rolled door that adds strength and eliminates breaks in the door, and a piano-style door hinge that allows for top or bottom mounting.
Stertil-Koni’s new ST 1064 is a high-performance, lower capacity hydraulic mobile column lift with a capacity of 14,000 lbs per column, or 56,000 lbs for a set of four. Modeled after the popular ST 1075 (capacity 16,500 lbs per column), the ST 1064 is available in three models: cables with three phase power (208/220/460-volt) connecting columns; battery operated (two 12-volt batteries per column) with wires connecting columns; and totally wireless. Each of the three models is equipped with the latest in mobile column lifting technology, the ebright Smart Control System. It utilizes a seven-inch color monitor to present all relevant operating information at a glance.
The MPIC-Slope offers a compact and ruggedized solution for providing real-time pitch, roll, slope, and/or grade data in direct sunlight or minimal light environments. Using gesture control or digital input, the user can navigate through multiple settings to change warning set points, audible alarms, and home screen graphics. The settings
also include an auto zero calibration function. MPIC-Scope automatically captures
the last 50 hours of data for data logging procedures.
Ridewell Compatible Bendix® ADB22X™-LT Disc Brake
Ridewell Suspensions has tested and approved the new, lighter Bendix® ADB22X™-LT disc brake for use with Ridewell five-inch and 5.75-inch axles. The Bendix ADB22X-LT features a 20,000-lb brake rating and builds on the success of the ADB22X design. An extensive redesign makes it one of the lightest air disc brakes available. Overall changes to the ADB shape deliver a weight savings of 20 lbs per axle. A new adjuster extends the pad life and reduces the risk of brake drag, extending service life and lowering maintenance cost and downtime.
MODERN WORKTRUCK SOLUTIONS: FEBRUARY 2017 ISSUE
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