Light Tower: Built for Extreme Environments

The HiLight V4W light tower features four metal-halide lamps and is able to illuminate a space of up to 43,000 sq ft. The tower can be rotated 360° and can extend to a maximum height of 25 ft. It is powered by an 8kW water-cooled engine that can operate in temperatures up to 122° F and at altitudes up to 6,500 ft above sea level. It has a 42-gallon fuel tank for a total runtime of 90 hours. It is mounted on a four-point unibody trailer with a durable polyethylene canopy. Atlas Copco; 

Green Laser: Self-Leveling Capability

The Leica Lino L2P5G point-and-line laser has a maximum visible range of up to 35 meters, which can be extended to 80 m when using a reflector. The laser is powered by a lithium-ion battery pack with a 28-hour charge and can also run on standard alkaline batteries or AC power. It has a self-leveling range of plus or minus 4° and can self-level in under three seconds. It can produce green laser lines at right angles for layout applications. Leica Geosystems;

Hydraulic Excavator: Improved Performance

The PC238USLC-11 hydraulic excavator features the same reduced tail swing as the previous model, but with engine and hydraulic improvements for an estimated 4% improvement in productivity. The smaller counterweight profile and redesigned cab allow the crane to operate near active roadways and obstacles. The excavator’s engine meets Tier 4 Final emissions standards, and its selective catalyst reduction system does not require service during the life of the machine. Komatsu America;

Luffing-Jib Crane: Updated Sensor Package

The LR330 luffing-jib crane has a maximum working jib length of 60 meters and a maximum load capacity of 18 metric tons. At its maximum radius, it can lift 3.3 metric tons using its Ultra-lift mode. The crane is capable of two-falls and four-falls configurations, and is available with six different jib lengths. The crane has several safety improvements over earlier models, including a sensor package that provides real-time monitoring of the crane’s movements and load, warning the operator of potential environmental hazards. Raimondi Cranes;

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