Rotary Hammer
Increased Power
The new KHE 75 SDS-Max can be used for drilling large holes, leveling walls and medium-heavy chiseling. The rotary hammer allows users to move between masonry drilling and chiseling operations without switching tools. It offers high rotational torgue of 575 in. lb and variable impact energy from 1.0 to 10.0 joules per blow. The large rear handle enables two-handed operation in harder applications, and shift level and speed settings are extra large. Metabo Corp.; 800/638-2264;

Area Lights
More On-the-Job Visibility
Manufacturer introduces its first fluorescent area lights to provide users with more area light, opposed to the focused beam provided by flashlights. The lights are suitable for lighting small rooms, crawl spaces and cabinets. Both models feature a patent-pending built-in telescoping hook. Envirosight LLC; 973/993-1570;

Laser Receivers
Flexible Control
A new series of laser receivers is designed for a wide variety of machine and elevation control applications. The integrated laser receiver and display is battery operated and needs no additional mounting hardware. The LS-B10 series provides cost-effective solutions for grade control on backhoes, mini-excavators, skid steer loaders and other compact equipment. Topcon Positioning Systems Inc.: 925/245-8300;

Hydraulic Compactor Attachments
Multiple Applications
Models HC 409 and HC 920 are part of a new line of hydraulic compactor attachments that feature FAG bearings, a Permco motor and Lord shock mounts. These features make the compactors suitable for a variety of soil compaction projects along with driving and extracting sheeting posts. The HC 409 delivers an 8,000-lb impulse force. The HC 920 boasts a 16,000-lb impulse force. Atlas Copco Construction Tools Inc.: 413/746-0020;