Cordless Roofing Nailer: Long Runtime

The 20V MAX 15° Coil Roofing Nailer features a brushless motor and is able to drive 500 nails per charge. The nailer can fire up to three nails per second in asphalt roofing shingles and ½-in. plywood, according to the manufacturer. It holds 120 nails, and in case of jams, the nailer has a tool-free stall release to return the driver blade. The roofing nailer will be available in summer 2020 with or without a 2.0-Ah battery and charger. DEWALT;  

Dump Buggy: Two Start Options

The AW16 buggy is available with either an electric or recoil start. It’s powered by a 14-hp Kohler CH440 engine and has a 1.7-gallon fuel capacity. The buggy features a 16-cu-ft bucket capacity and a 2-in.-dia lift cylinder, and it can deliver a maximum payload of 2,500 lb. The buggy can reach a maximum travel speed of 7 mph. Allen Engineering;

Waterproofing Admixture: Crystalline Insolubility

The WT-240 P powdered reducing admixture has a one-step application and is intended for hydrostatic applications. The admixture reduces the size of capillary pores and prevents water penetration through moisture-activated compounds that create insoluble crystalline deposits, according to the manufacturer. The admixture can seal concrete cracks up to 0.016 in. Used in conjunction with Sika Watertight Concrete Powder, it can reduce concrete permeability in hydraulic structures. The admixture is NSF/ANSI Standard 61 certified. Sika;

Paving Control Platform: Now for Asphalt

The Roadworks 2D Paving Control Platform is now available for asphalt pavers. The Android-based platform runs on a 7-in. Trimble TD510 touchscreen display with two external keypads for changing sensor values and input data. The system ingests data from multiple sensors to reduce rework and improve paving quality. It can work with sonic tracers, slope sensors, and beam and contact sensors. Designed to be mounted on asphalt paving machines, the hardware is durable enough to work in rough construction environments. Trimble;

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