Hydraulic Detachable Gooseneck Trailer
Talbert Manufacturing, a North American leader in specialized heavy-haul solutions, celebrates the 75th anniversary of the release of its non-ground bearing hydraulic detachable gooseneck trailer. First introduced in 1962, the hydraulic detachable gooseneck technology revolutionized safety in the trailer industry. The non-ground bearing hydraulic detachable gooseneck trailers have undergone a series of design adjustments since their inception in 1962 to increase safety throughout the loading and unloading process by offering ample clearance and stability. In years past, the trailer would sit upwards of 50 inches off the ground and load in the rear. The loading/unloading angle was so steep that the tipping point could be reached quickly without warning. The lower the trailer deck is, the better and safer the loading angle. That’s why Talbert Manufacturing hydraulic tail series decks can be lowered to ground height or raised to meet a shipping dock for safe loading. For more, visit www.talbertmfg.com.
Hybrid Power Flashlights
Infinity X1 and its Hybrid Power flashlights provide rechargeable power, reducing the need for single use dry cell batteries and allowing you to get back to the real work at hand. Infinity X1 Power Management technology allows you to use the right power based on your constantly changing lighting requirements. This innovative technology allows you to have all the benefits of rechargeable power while keeping the flexibility that AC power or dry cell batteries can provide. Managing the different power options within an individual lighting product requires our patented software and hardware technology developed into our Hybrid Single-Core, Hybrid Dual-Core, Hybrid-AC/DC, and Rechargeable powered products. For more, visit infinityx1.com.
PD10 Pile Driver
Moss Construction commissioned a custom-painted Vermeer pile driver to help raise awareness for the impact breast cancer has on the lives of so many people. The family-owned business, headquartered in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, proudly took delivery of the pink Vermeer PD10 pile driver and put it to work at the company’s numerous utility-scale solar projects across the country. The Vermeer PD10 pile driver is an ideal machine for utility-scale solar installations. It can drive up to 20 ft long piles and is designed specifically to meet the tight tolerances demanded by the nation’s premier EPCs like Moss. For more, visit vermeer.com/na/pile-drivers/pd10.