Rollouts December 2011
The new XP100 explosion-proof motors from Siemens Industry, Inc. are UL and CSA listed for gas and dust ignition-proof environments and are suitable for Division 1, Class I, Groups C&D, Class II, Groups F&G, hazardous area classifications. The motors are also available for drill rig duty in Division 1, Class I, Group D hazardous locations. They are available from stock with 1 through 300 horsepower and modifiable to specific customer needs.
Fleet management software
Telogis says its new Fleet 9 GPS-based fleet management software features new configuration capabilities that make usability and reporting intuitive. It boasts new asset security and management features to further protect the use and operation of high-value assets. The software supports a variety of vehicle and equipment types and integrates seamlessly with Telogis Route, Telogis Progression, and Telogis Mobile to provide strategic routing, real-time work order management, telematics, and mobile integration on a single platform.
Tier 4i generators
Multiquip’s new line of WhisperWatt 150 to 400 generators has advanced Tier 4i engines with select model availabilities. The portable power generators are fueled by advanced diesel engines that include diesel particulate filters, as well as a cooled ERG and air-to-air after cooling. The generators are also variable geometric turbocharged.
Designed for heavy-duty use
Atlas Copco’s XAS 750 JD7 Tier 4a-compliant rotary screw, portable compressor generates 750 cfm of free air delivery and 100 psi at normal working pressure. The compressor is powered by a 200-horsepower John Deere six-cylinder diesel engine. The electronically controlled, water-cooled engine consumes 8.2 gallons of fuel per hour at 100-percent load. The engine is installed in a new canopy and frame similar to the previous model, so the footprint remains the same.
Multi-purpose telescopic trailer
Talbert Manufacturing, Inc.’s new multi-purpose 55-ton hydraulic detach telescopic trailer adapts to a variety of loads as its telescopic deck extends from 30 to 50 feet. Its versatile spread-axle capabilities allow a 2+2 or a 3+1 configuration, and its tandem axle features connections for a third axle that can be flipped or removed. The unit is also equipped with connections for a future fourth axle. The trailer is engineered with a pinned and hinged gooseneck extension that can be flipped.
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