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Six-axle steer dolly

New models offers versatility, additional steering control and extra capacity to handle self-supporting superloads for a variety of industries. The 60-ton dolly suits heavy, low-riding loads including girders and bridge beams. Originally developed for use with the company’s double schnabel to haul wind tower bases, sections and blades, the six-axle steer dolly can now be used as a stand-alone component for alternate trailer configurations.

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Self-erecting tower gantry

With capacity to lift up to 1,400-ton loads 75 meter high, the Enerpac Self-Erecting Tower (ESET) combines heavy lifting strand jacks with gantry and skidding technologies to provide lifting solutions that would otherwise require larger ringer cranes.

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Safety Software

Users of SafetyNet, a technology predicting workplace injuries, now have access to additional features that help them keep workers safer through the version 9.0.

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Besser opens online parts ordering

Besser Co. customers can order 24/7 by logging onto connect.besser.com, a powerful tool offering these benefits: 

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Magnetic board safety diagram

HurtSpot developers credit the effectiveness of their magnetic board to an ability to relate the consequences of unsafe workplace action. “The name ‘HurtSpot’ is descriptive, it identifies parts of the body where injuries occur,” says spokesman Christian Krapf. “When you see the red line pointing to the head you can almost feel the pain. Big magnetic numbers flag injury count for each body part and call attention to accident patterns. Optional built-in T-Cards detail accidents for each body part for study and preventive action. The board is also available with custom printing.”

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