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Corrosion inhibitor-dosed structural repair mortars

Migrating corrosion inhibitors have been added to the single-component ChemSpeed 75 and ChemSpeed 75 ES (Extended Set) mortars, each suiting 0.50-in. thick to full depth structural slab, bridge or parking deck, column, beam and pavement repairs.

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Tier 4 engine speeds, raises Tuckerbilt mix discharge

The new Tuckerbilt T-644 Concrete Transport Vehicle moves a 6-yd. payload 50 percent faster and 2 feet higher than previous models, owing to the JCB EcoMax 320/50704 Stage IV/Tier 4 engine supplied by Mastry Engine Center.

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Modbus large digital display

The new DPM-300 scanner monitors and displays material levels from a variety of BinMaster sensors via a super-large, superluminous, six-character LED readout housed in a durable enclosure. It can communicate with any Modbus-enabled sensors, functioning as a Modbus RTU master, slave, or snooper. Additionally, the device includes two independently programmable analog process input channels for a total monitoring capability of up to 16 process variables—enabling the DPM-300 to display real-time data that makes it easy for users to measure, monitor and control multiple vessels.

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Mobile-crane control

Company’s qSCALE maestro LMI upgrades the DS150G, DS350G/GW and legacy maestro systems, offering what programmers note is a flexible design that converts existing software without the need for re-calibration. It features a 4.3-in. color screen displaying actual and allowable mobile crane load, boom length, boom angle, and load radius; integrated light-bar and event recorder; and, the option of an external light-tower. With an IP 66/67 rating, the console can be mounted either inside or outside of the crane cab.

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