New Products

Little Beaver is making it easier than ever to create clean, horizontal bores with its Horizontal Boring Kits.

Unlike traditional hard hats, Protecto Products’ reflective hard hats can be identified by their unique and fashionable silver strip patterns which provide high visibility for those working in the utility, construction, mining, freight, cargo, and other industries where headwear protection and visibility are critical to function and safety.

Terramac LLC has introduced custom-made, removable cleats for its RT9 rubber track crawler carrier. The steel cleats provide a solution for contractors working in icy or snow-covered mountainous terrain, on extremely muddy ground or whenever additional traction is required.

The vCam-5 Camera System from Vivax-Metrotech offers a fully equipped system at an affordable price.

With a weight of 2.5 tons, the ECR25D compact excavator achieves greater breakout and tearout forces (8,453 pounds combined) than the 2.8-ton ECR28 excavator it replaces.

The InviziQ Pressure Sewer System is a smarter alternative to conventional gravity sewage options.

In late summer 2012, Carstensen Contracting Inc., Pipestone, MN, learned of an opportunity to bid on a water pipe-laying project in Oklahoma. Prior to bidding the project, Carstensen Contracting searched for a screener crusher bucket that would work in the rocky terrain and allow them to reuse the material on site, thus allowing them to underbid other contractors who would have had to haul in bedding material.

PipePatch restores structural integrity to damaged pipes and exceeds Specification ASTM F1216 for cured-in-place pipe (CIPP). Although cure times vary due to host pipe material and temperatures, typical cure times are achieved in one to three hours.

Buried pipe installers, rehab contractors and owners now have a WRc Approved option for laser ovality measurement. WinCan LaserScan software, distributed in North and South America exclusively through Pipeline Analytics, is now WRc Approved per PT/342/0713.

JetScan, the quick, easy way for a sewer cleaning crew to see inside buried pipe, now features a new sled design that keeps footage smooth and upright, and which can be outfitted with extension rollers to handle larger-diameter lines.

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