Equipment

Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor

Quadex has introduced GeoKrete, an advanced geopolymer repair mortar synthesized mostly of recycled industrial byproducts, enhanced with mono crystalline quartz aggregate that yields a strong, quick-setting repair mortar with exceptional chemical resistance.

Designed and built in Dubuque, Iowa, the 1050K Crawler Dozer is the largest, most powerful dozer ever built by John Deere. Utilizing years of research and extensive customer feedback, the 1050K has the durability, reliability, and productivity needed for mining, quarrying, road building, and other large-scale applications.

To meet the required EPA Clean Air Act emission standards for diesel engines, Xylem has introduced new Tier 4 engines in their Godwin dewatering pumps to help reduce air pollution by minimizing particulate matter (PM) and nitrogen oxides (NOx), as well as delivering enhanced engine control and reduced engine noise.

WNR Systems has developed a machine that uses the latest technology in fiberglass to construct a joint free, continuous pipe, directly on the job site. The machine can deliver any length or wall thickness cured and ready for use in less than two minutes.

The pipe will have a glass-like smoothness internally, resulting in less surface-friction and a reduction in hydraulic power and pump sizing. In addition, shut-off stations, inspection openings, and T-sections and bends may be introduced at any stage of production.

Three updated models join John Deere’s K-Series Four-Wheel Drive Wheel Loader lineup. The 744K-II, 824K-II, and 844K-II meet Final Tier 4 emissions standards while bringing added durability, productivity, increased uptime and lower daily operating costs to the jobsite.

The exclusive Gradall design allows the XL 4300 III Gradall excavators to work at the front, rear or either side of the machine without the need to use outriggers, which are an option on these Gradall models.

Root control by Duke’s Root Control and RootX.

Grouting technology & equipment by Avanti Intl., CUES, Logiball and Pipe Renewal Technologies.

Midwestern’s HTU-350 and HTU-500 hydrostatic testing units are designed to automatically fill and test pipelines in one step.

The newly redesigned L20, a light tower and 20-kilowatt mobile generator combined – providing a single solution for two important oil and gas exploration and jobsite needs – power and light.

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