Heavy-duty power rack
Hunter’s RKHD Heavy-Duty Power Rack’s standard configuration is 24 inches high and includes a turnplate section, four runway sections and a pop-up ramp per side. The overall standard length is 380 inches, but additional runway sections can be added for unlimited wheelbase capacity. The RKHD can also be installed in shallow-pit configurations of 24-inch or 30-inch depths.
The truss design provides a 20,000-pound per axle capacity. Each leg of the RKHD bolts directly to the bay floor for maximum strength and can be adjusted for level accuracy.
The turnplate sections are recessed to accept optional turnplates and include adjustable front wheel stops to provide clearance during service operations. Runway sections are 33 inches wide, making drive-on and drive-off easy and safe without moving the runways. Inside rub-rails help prevent smaller vehicles from driving off the sides of the runways. The pop-up ramps add wheelbase capacity while making maximum use of the available bay space. Back wheel stops automatically engage when the ramps are raised to the up position. The ramp legs safely lock in the over-center position at maximum rise.
ABLOY Security’s ABLOY CL110 heavy-duty cam lock combines increased durability with the patented ABLOY EXEC cylinder mechanism. The heavy-duty construction of the CL110 provides maximum resistance against physical attack, the company says. The hardened, free spinning protection plate prevents drill bits from penetrating the lock. This design also provides good pull-strength, the company says. The cylinder system also offers extensive master-keying possibilities. Key duplication is only available through authorized ABLOY Service Centers, making it difficult to copy key cuts or impressions.
Low-volt dome light
Phillips Industries’ PermaliteT fluorescent dome trailer lamp features an efficient ballast circuit that pulls less start-up amps and uses lower operating volts, extending lamp and bulb life, the company says. The low-profile, impact-resistant polycarbonate housing, unbreakable lens and stainless steel fasteners protect the unit from extreme conditions and routine trailer loading and cargo damage.
The lower-demand ballast circuit means a trailer can run up to 6 lamps, each with a 24-watt, 12,000-hour fluorescent bulb, increasing visibility for shipping and receiving personnel. Additionally, the design negates the need for heat strips and fits in most standard refrigerated trailers.
Sealed connector system
The Molex MX150 Sealed Connector System is submersible and designed to withstand harsh conditions. The system is shipped in one piece and includes mat and interfacial seals, as well as housing and terminal position assurance (TPA). This pre-assembled design eliminates the need to purchase or handle wire seals. Simply insert a crimped terminal lead and seal the TPA into its final lock position.
The system was designed to meet the USCAR-20 Filed Correlated Life Testing (FCLT) requirements, which are aligned to 150,000 miles or 15 years of service life. The product is also compliant with UL, USCAR-2, Rev 3 and IEC IP67 performance standards for sealed connectors.
Cole Hersee introduces its momentary push-button switches for truck applications. Well-suited for exterior applications, the switches are permanently engraved “Engine Start” (on 90047-01 switch) and “Engine Stop” (on 90048-01 switch) into the surface of the button and will not wear off. Both switches have two brass screw terminals with lockwashers and rugged diecast zinc housing with knurled aluminum facenut. The switches are keyed so that the switch or lettering will not rotate after it has been installed and are rated at 35A at 12V DC, 20A at 24V DC.
A.L. LIGHTech’s White LED for backup use contains 19 LEDs. It meets all the FMVSS108 and SAE requirements and has 45 degree angles. It is sealed and has a polycarbonate lens and housing. It operates at 12.8 V DC and consumes less than 0.4 amps. This light comes in both 4-inch round and 6-inch oval and soon will be made in 7-inch round.
Great Dane Trailers’ Freedom line of straight-frame and drop-deck platforms are designed to be easily modified at the branch or dealer with add-ons such as toolboxes, tire carriers, bulkheads, winches and straps. The combination steel/aluminum flatbed trailers feature integral winch tracks and modular construction for ease of repair.
Freedom flatbeds are available in two specs: 12-inch crossmember spacing for extra strength in forklift operations and 16-inch crossmember spacing for heavy-load hauling where trailer weight must be kept at a minimum. The Freedom drop deck is standard with a deck height of 40 inches.
The 1.25-inch aluminum floor with four apitong nail strips adds versatility for load securement. Chain tie-downs are recessed in the floor to secure loads. Double pipe spools and stake pockets on 24-inch centers are standard.
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