Intended for use with Dingo compact utility loaders, the grapple rake attachment is designed for removing construction debris, trees, rocks or just about anything that is too heavy or unwieldy to lift by hand. The grapple rake’s 34.5-in. width and 270-lb weight allow it to move and operate in tight spaces, while its two hydraulic cylinders give it a clamping force of up to 3,000 lb. Much like a bucket attachment, the operator is able to raise or lower the grappler rake, roll it over, or even back-rake materials away from buildings or fences. The Toro Company; 952-887-8848; www.toro.com
The 621E wheel loader features an electronically controlled Tier III diesel engine with an electric-lift hood and accessible gauges for fast maintenance. The isolation-mounted cab has a user-friendly interface with large switches and easy-to-read analog gauges. Floor-to-roof glass in front and a sloping rear engine allow improved visibility in all directions. Case Construction; 262-994-5084; www.casece.com
550W Elastocolor is a crack-bridging, waterproof acrylic coating for steel-reinforced concrete. It is highly resistant to the effects of airborne carbon dioxide, as well as chlorides and other waterborne salts. The coating is resistant to water absorption, but allows water vapor to pass out from the structure, preventing moisture buildup. 550W Elastocolor bridges cracks that may form in concrete due to thermal expansion and contraction and is resistant to the effects of ultraviolet radiation and mildew buildup. Sika Construction; 800-933-7452; www.sikaconstruction.com
The HT824D Split Deck Tilt Trailer allows for the loading and offloading of heavy equipment without the need for a ramp. The 20-ft-long tilt deck is powered by a hydraulic system, while the 4 ft stationary front remains level for storing tools and attachments. The deck-over design provides for the broad 102 in. width of the deck. The deck is controlled either by a corded or wireless remote. The HT824D has a gross vehicle weight rating of 14,000 lb and also is available in a gooseneck configuration. Bri-Mar; 800-732-5845; www.bri-mar.com
The 138 HSL lattice-boom crane has a 40-ft to 200-ft tube boom with an optional 40-ft to 150-ft angle boom. The front or rear drums have a maximum line pull of 31,182 lb, while the wet brake setup on the drums gives it a responsive feel with no delay in operation. Side frames grant the crane a 14-ft wide lifting base, and can hydraulically retract to a width of less than 9 ft for transport. The cab features complete line of sight on all drums, audible and visual swing alarms and a rated capacity limiter built into a color graphic display showing current and maximum allowable loads. Link-Belt Construction Equipment Co.; 859-263-5200; www.linkbelt.com
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