42-ft Boom

The 644E-42, which became available to the public on Oct. 4, is the latest Lull model to be added to the manufacturer's line of rough terrain telescopic handlers. The 6,000-lb capacity unit features a three-section, 42-ft boom of welded box construction with replaceable high-density wear pads and wear indicators. It offers a maximum forward reach up to 35.5 ft and a 99-hp Cummins 4BT3.9 turbocharged diesel engine. The unit also is equipped with multifunction joystick controls and can travel at a top speed of 22 mph. OmniQuip/Textron, parent company of Lull; 262/268-8965;

Five-ft Adjustable Handle
Company introduces a long--reach breaker that is designed to remove tough ceramic tile, thin-set mortars or other difficult material. Different heights of operators and personal preferences are easily accommodated by adjusting the lower grip of the handle. The breaker features a 2-in. stroke combined with a 2-in. bore to provide power for the most difficult scraping and chipping jobs. Chisels are available in 1 to 3-in. wide sizes. A modern single ball retainer provides quick tool change along with a positive, safe lock. Trelawny; 800/772-0896;

Vertical Lift Path

Designed with a rated operating capacity of 3,000 lb, the S300 skid-steer loader is built to handle jobs in construction, landscaping, masonry, concrete and other markets that require strength and lifting ability. It has a forward reach of 34 in. and a lift height of 10.5 ft. Power for the S300 is provided by an 81-hp turbocharged, liquid-cooled Kubota diesel engine. Travel speed is 12.5 mph in high range with the two-speed option, or 7.2 mph in the work range. Additional features include a hydraulic lift breakout force of 6,300 ft-lb and a hydraulic tilt breakout of 6,840 ft-lb. Bobcat Co.; 701/241-8756;

High Capture Rate/High-Tech Design
Monoscreen escalating channel screen offers a high capture rate of 30 to 50% greater than a traditional stepping screen design, the provider says. The increase in capture is a direct result of the screen's high-tech design. The blades in the lower part of the screen move in an elliptical motion, while the upper blades move in a circular motion. Additional features are fewer moving parts, no submerged bearings or sprockets, higher downstream water levels and a brush-free discharge. Parkson Corp.; 847/235-1062;

Dewatering Applications

Manufacturer offers a full range of pumps that are suitable for a wide range of dewatering and plumbing applications. The trash pumps, including QP-301TH, are available in 2, 3, 4 and 6-in. models with a maximum capacity of up to 96,000 gallons per hour. They can pass solids up to 3 in. in diameter and come in gas or diesel models. The line also includes centrifugal pumps that handle all types of clear water applications and submersible pumps in sizes ranging from 11/2to 6 in. Multiquip; 800/421-1244;

Water Treatment
The Electro-Coagulation System (ECL series) has a flow rate of 5 gallons per minute. It features a 230V, single-phase, 20-amp electrical motor, with a .75-hp pump and a 175-gallon cone tank. The ECL series is typically used for pretreatment of emulsified oils, removal of suspended solids, removal of complex organics and destruction and removal of bacteria, viruses and cysts, the manufacturer says. Mi-T-M Corp.; 800/553-9053;

Suitable For Any Type of Tank

A new concept in mixing and simultaneous aeration of all types of liquids, called FloGet, can be used in applications ranging from municipal and industrial wastewater treatment to fish farming equalization tanks. Flow-Jet systems incorporate a Flygt submersible pump, an air suction tube and an ejector-diffuser nozzle. Pumps of different power and hydraulic performance can be connected to ejectors of different flow capacities to meet most system requirements. Itt Flygt Corp.; 203/380-4700; Fax 203/380-4711;