Concrete Products

MAY 2019

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.

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48 • May 2019 www.concreteproducts.com FEATURE TRUCKS & COMPONENTS The robust PH-405 pintle hook's austenitic manganese steel con- struction provides enhanced wear characteristics and hardening at contact surfaces with the drawbar. It is used with 2-3/8-in. drawbars on heavy-duty 'A' train (converter dolly) double and triple applications for dry bulk and aggregates. The long life, rigid-mount design with eight-bolt pattern is compatible with the manufac- turer's PH-400 pintel hook plus Premier 2400, 100-4, and 470 models. Backed by a two-year warranty, the PH-405 can be used with or without air chamber. — SAF-Holland, Muskegon, Mich., www.safholland.com SAF-HOLLAND | PINTLE HOOK The company unveiled a new cab concept at World of Concrete, shown on a Charger model but geared for its entire front discharge mixer series. The cab is designed as a mobile workspace to enhance the total driver experience; its interior has strategic placement of controls in logical groupings and within easy reach of the operator. Engineers have also added storage space and more charging ports for elec- tronic accessories. Product engineers also note the new cab's wider windshield, affording increased visibility for the driver, along with improved ergonomics and HVAC coverage; rear ventilation windows; and, superior windshield wiper sweep. "Last year we had the official unveiling of the Terex Advance Charger Series mixer and this year we are debuting our completely redesigned cab, which will be an enormous benefit to operators," said Terex Advance General Manager John Leech, ahead of the cab's Las Vegas Convention Center debut. — Terex Advance, Ft. Wayne, Ind., www.terex.com/concrete TEREX ADVANCE | NEW GENERATION CAB

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