Masonry Wall Chaser
Cuts Utility Chases
The new MFE30 wall chaser is designed for cutting channels or chases in masonry for electrical and other utilities. It delivers 1,400 Watts of power with 31-in. lb of torque. The MFE30 is a dustless tool, with a vacuum port at the top of the handle and is furnished with two vacuum adapters. It uses 5-in. diamond blades to cut chase widths of 3/8-in., 5/8-in., 7/8-in. and 1 3/16-in., with a depth up to 1 3/16 in. The masonry wall chaser offers clean cuts and weighs 8.6 lb. Its 12-amp motor delivers a load-rated speed of 8,200 rpm. Metabo Corp.; 800/638-2264;

Dock Shelter
Seals in Heat and Energy
The new Frommelt Eliminator GapMaster II dock shelter helps owners achieve maximum energy savings at the dock. Hooks on the side curtains wrap around the edges of open swing-out-trailer doors to prevent loss of heating/cooling energy. Made of durable foam core surrounded by a flexible polyethylene sheet and rugged outer fabric, the side frames can take repeated hits without damage, says the manufacturer. Rite-Hite; 414/355-2600;

Articulated Dump Trucks
Models 325 and 330 articulated dump trucks now are Tier 2 certified. Charged air-to-air engine cooling and an electronically controlled engine help make the trucks run with reduced emissions and better performance. Swing-out-fenders and a hydraulic lift for the hood provides easier access to maintenance points. Case Construction Equipment; 262/636-7498;

Telescopic Handlers
Optional Work Platform System
Two telescopic handlers, the 642 and 844, are added to the Value Series product line. The new 642 features an increased lift capacity of 600 lb and a lift height increase from 38 ft to 42 ft. Both models use pilot-operated controls with one joystick for boom control and another for frame leveling and attachment control. An optional Work Platform System allows the safe use of a personnel work platform attached to the forks. Mustang Manufacturing Co. Inc.; 507/451-7112;

Adaptable Mesh Netting
Made of UV-Treated Knit
This mesh polyethylene netting, constructed from a UV-treated, high-density polyethylene knit, provides safety and protection to scaffold and construction workers, as well as surrounding pedestrians. The netting also can serve as a sand-blast curtain, debris netting or vision barrier. Reinforced buttonholes along the hem allow quick attachment, the maker says. The product comes in a fire-retardant knit. A heavy-duty option, which makes use of a tighter knit that can catch finer debris, is available as well. Strong Man Building Products Corp.; 800/950-6999;