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slump or mix, and all done with fast and accurate

placement.

The telescopic conveyors are ideal for wind energy

projects, commercial and residential foundation work,

as well as large civil projects like RCC and conventional

concrete hydroelectric dams.

Designed and built in America, the Loop Belt conveyor

features high-strength tubular steel booms, 20” wide

belts, fully hydraulic outriggers, proportionally controlled

feeder deployment, and many more features and en-

hancements that result in improved performance, less

operating cost and more profit to the owner.

All-In-One Truck

Washout System

Washing out of concrete truck mixers is easier with the

Bulldog Bucket is a snap-in lid that is removed during

the washout and replaced during transit.

The Washout Watchdog is a gravity fed concrete truck

washout system designed to provide full containment

of washout materials after unloading on the job site.

The Washout Watchdog was designed to be afforda-

ble, lightweight, low maintenance, capture and contain

all materials during the washout process, require no

energy source, be simple to install and easy and conven-

ient for the driver to use.

The bucket rack is attached between the bumper and

the mud flap and has an outrigger that allows the bucket

to slide into position for washing out and back into the

rack easily without lifting.

It is perfect for pump

jobs, but can also be

used with a light wash

on multiple chutes or in

tandem with our tank sys-

tem or an air pump.

Skyjack to showcase

new telehandler

range

Linamar Corporation’s Skyjack division will embark on

its first public showing of its new TH-series telehandlers

in February at World of Concrete in Las Vegas - the SJ643,

SJ843, SJ1044 and SJ1056.

“We are excited to launch the new TH-range of

telehandlers at World of Concrete, especially

since they have been developed as a

competitively priced range with strong

performance and many unique features –

making them ideal for applications in the

concrete and masonry construction industries,”

said Malcolm Early, vice president of marketing,

Skyjack.

With the new TH-series, Skyjack is offering Tier IV

Final telehandlers without the cost and complexity in-

crease that normally accompanies a tier engine change.

Skyjack took the opportunity to completely re-assess

telehandler designs while implementing the Tier IV Final

engines. Compared with older models, the TH range

offers simpler rear axle stabilization, hydraulics systems,

outriggers, controls, engine servicing, electronics and

option packages .

Lifting expectations

With the SJ1056 TH, Skyjack has redefined what a 10,000

lb class machine is capable of by leveraging the strength

and simplicity of the new TH series design.

Current telehandlers in the 10,000 lb to 12,000 lb

range typically lift their 10,000 lb load to a maximum

height of about 33 ft with outriggers deployed.

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