Ingersoll Rand sweeper attachments have a bristle and bucket design and are comprehensive tools to sweep, collect and dump dirt and other debris. Sweeper attachment motion is available in forward or reverse. Two models offer sweep widths of 60 and 72 inches and bucket capacities of 10.8 to 14.4 cubic feet. An optional gutter brush to clean hard-to-reach areas, such as along curbs, in drainage depressions and next to buildings, is available.
Superior Industries now offers a portable radial stacking conveyor line with a 21.5-degree incline and a set back axle, giving more stockpile capacity. The totally portable Pinnacle conveyor is available in lengths of 80, 100, 110 and 125 feet with belt widths from 30 to 42 inches. Unit is available with a swing axle or patented FD axle and an expanded receiving hopper.
WA500-6 Wheel Loader
Komatsu's WA500-6 loader has an operating weight between 71,585 and 74,010 pounds. The standard 7.4-cubic-yard general-purpose bucket enables loading 32-ton trucks. Unit is powered by a 332-net-hp Komatsu SAA6D140E-5 Tier III engine coupled with a large-capacity torque converter and variable piston pumps. The WA500-6 features two selectable operating modes and Komtrax technology, which sends the machine operating information to a secure website via wireless technology.
XeVision HID Work Light
The HID (high intensity discharge) metal halide arc discharge technology with instant-on performance from XeVison offers an electric arc between sturdy thoriated tungsten electrodes in a specially formulated Xenon gas-filled quartz capsule, rather than using a fragile tungsten filament. This is done to generate a white light source of extremely bright intensity, mimicking daylight. Advantages include compact durable assembly, higher intensity, longer life, reduced power requirements, superior "whiter" color output and a well-defined light pattern. Life expectancy for HIDs range in excess of 3,000 hours; 100,000 for on/off cycles. Over 5,000 operating hours is not uncommon for night construction operations.