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UCT is once again welcoming guests to the Underground Construction Technology Association’s (UCTA) Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament to be held Monday, Jan. 23. All proceeds fund the UCTA’s college scholarship program.

News from Ritchie Bros., Wacker Neuson, Caterpillar, Komatsu, Utilicor Technologies, Ditch Witch Midwest, Driver Pipeline, LAN, ISCO Industries, Ernst & Young, Volvo and Takeuchi-US.

An Arizona company has developed a kit that converts hand-held gasoline-powered tampers to pneumatic tampers. Higher Innovative Solutions LLC (HIS), based in Peoria, AZ, offers kits for most major brands of gasoline tampers, said the company spokesman Clint Willis. The first kits were sold in the Phoenix area with orders from other parts of the country being filled by the manufacturer.

Choosing the correct nozzle (or nozzles) for a sewer cleaning job can be a daunting task for the uninformed. However, with a little bit of information and understanding of the task at hand, this process can be quite simple. The purpose of this installment of NASSCO’s Tech Tips is to provide the buyer and the end user a quick guide to the initial purchase and field usage of the proper sewer tool.

The WELDCRAWLER is a diesel driven welding dozer specially build for pipeline welding.

The new Road Razor ECO from Kennametal is the economical and ecological tool of choice for road-milling companies interested in improved performance and maximum value.

The PowerGrit Air Chain Saw is ideal for utility, municipal, construction and industrial pipe cutting applications. Cutting ductile iron pipe, cast iron pipe, PVC pipe, HDPE pipe, cured-in-place pipe is now safer, faster and easier.

Ashtead Technology has added advanced Ground Penetrating Radars (GPR) to its extensive range of rental non-destructive testing equipment.

Crowcon has expanded the capabilities of its Tetra:3 (T3) personal multi-gas detector with an additional toxic gas sensor for ammonia.

A new Wireless Echo system is the ideal solution for situations where two-man forensic teams must perform non-destructive testing in difficult infrastructure environments.