7 DEWALT The 11/8-inch SDS rotary
hammer (D25263K) leads a new De Walt
rotary hammer collection. An 8½A high-performance motor delivers 0– 1,450 rpm
and a BPM of 0– 5,350 with 3.0 joules of
impact energy. The hammer has three
operation modes: drill only, hammer drill
and chipping. It also has a rotating brush
ring that delivers full power in reverse mode for bit-jam incidents. The shock’s vibration control and
vibration-reducing side handle limits vibration.
8 EATON The new B-Line series 4-dimension strut system brings
improvements in efficiency to support systems for piping, conduit, cable
management and duct. Innovative fittings and accessories are designed to
create functional replacements for back-to-back strut systems. The system’s
multisided functionality yields up to a 50 percent reduction in material
costs, and its trapeze hangers can help reduce installation time by as much
as 50 percent.
9 EATON The Kwik Splice cable
tray has a patent-pending I-beam
design that enables the use of
an industry-first two-bolt splice
connection that reduces labor
by up to 50 percent compared
to traditional four-bolt splice
connections. In addition to straight
sections and fittings, the full system includes
an innovative tab-and-lock design trapeze
support, side-rail drop-out, conduit-to-tray
adapters, and universal fittings designed to
help secure and protect cables while saving
10 FLIR The TA72/74 Universal Flex current
probe accessories extend the capabilities of most brands of clamp meters and digital
multimeters. The narrow flexible coil clamp can snake around obstacles to simplify current
measurements in tight, awkward spots to make inspection and navigation easier and safer.
Bright, dual LED work lights provide built-in illumination for poorly lit locations. Coil length is 10
inches on the TA72 and 18 inches for the TA74.
11 GARVIN SSLP set-screw slip couplings are
a fast, efficient way to make EMT conduit repairs;
remove the damaged piece of conduit, and join
dry ends by slipping them into either end of the
coupling, firmly bracing the conduits in place and
tightening the coupling in place with set screws.
Steel slip couplings are available in sizes from ½ inch
to 4 inches.