Concrete Products

NOV 2017

Concrete Products covers the issues that attract producers of ready mixed and manufactured concrete focusing on equipment and material technology, market development and management topics.

Issue link: http://concrete.epubxp.com/i/898033

Contents of this Issue

Navigation

Page 57 of 63

56 • November 2017 www.concreteproducts.com INNOVATIONS EQUIPMENT & PRODUCTS With only five unique parts, the Type 3 Rail Mount is billed as the lightest compressed natural gas fuel system on the market. It offers a similar operating experience to diesel trucks, product engineers contend, and is designed to improve fuel economy, increase pay- load, reduce total cost of fleet ownership. "Weight means something different for each fleet. For some, it can make or break profitability. For others, it's a fuel economy factor," says Worth- ington Industries General Manager, Alternative Fuel Systems Business Wayne Powers. "This system, built with input from truck OEMs, installers and fleet owners, achieves both objectives." The Type 3 Rail Mount employs truck OEM fac- tory-installed brackets to hold an aluminum Type 3 cylinder, similar to the fit and finish of a diesel tank and engineered to provide durability while protect- ing the driver and fleet owner in the event of a side impact. The Type 3 Rail Mount is available in six 80- to 130-in. models, weighing 572-767 lbs. and offering 25 to 49 diesel gallon equivalent capacity. At 27-in. wide off of the frame rail, the fuel system provides a similar profile to diesel trucks, reducing the likelihood of clipping objects on turns. Facto- ry-installed steps provide standard driver ingress and egress. — Worthington Industries, Columbus, Ohio, www. worthingtonindustries.com/T3RM Lightweight compressed natural gas fuel system The Type 3 Rail Mount and other Worthington CNG fuel systems are assembled in Salt Lake City to NFPA 52 and CSA B109 standards, and have cylinders certified to NGV2 and FMVSS 304. Outpak All-Weather Washout features heavy- duty, woven polypropylene construction to contain and transfer waste concrete and water from mixer trucks and pumps, plus lifting straps with 5:1 safety rating. Vessels are available in 4- x 4- x 14-in. (0.68-yd., 140-gal. capacity) and 6-ft. x 6-ft. x 12-in. (1.33-yd., 260-gal.) sizes, and fold for ease of handling. The All-Weather Washout joins the company's two other concrete- or slurry-grade products: Corrugate Washout, a universal, portable vessel for disposal at job completion, available in a 30-in. square, 14-in. high version plus sizes matching the All-Weather models; and, PVC Washout, geared to large mixer truck or pump washout volume requirements, fabricated from 10-oz. material and available in 6- x 8-ft. and 8- x 10-ft. sizes. — Outpak Washout Systems, Boise, Idaho, 208/890-0383; www.outpak.com Mixer, pump truck washout containers

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of Concrete Products - NOV 2017