Concrete Products

AUGc2019

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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W&C manufactures durable, purpose-built steerable and rigid axles for vocational trucks. The SL8K model is rated up to 8,000 pounds and is an ideal ride solution for multi-axle applications. The SL8K provides an optimal combination of packaging space, ground clearance and weight in comparison with other options in the market. The SL Series is also available in 10-, 13.5- and 20,000-pound capacities. Look to W&C for all your lift axle needs. W&C offers custom-engineered products backed by our 5-year limited warranty*. 1-800-445-0736 • www.watsonsuspensions.com © 2019 Watson & Chalin Manufacturing Inc. All Rights Reserved. All trademarks shown are owned by Watson & Chalin Manufacturing Inc., or one of its af•liates, in one or more countries. Watson & Chalin is a brand of Hendrickson ENGINEERED for the CONCRETE INDUSTRY RIDE SOLUTIONS W&C manufactures durable, purpose-built steerable and model is rated and is an ideal ride solution for provides an optimal combination of packaging space, ground clearance and combination of packaging space, ground clearance and weight in comparison with other options in the market. is also available in 10-, 13.5- and 20,000-pound capacities. Look to W&C for all your W&C manufactures durable, purpose-built steerable and model is rated and is an ideal ride solution for provides an optimal combination of packaging space, ground clearance and combination of packaging space, ground clearance and weight in comparison with other options in the market. is also available in 10-, 13.5- and 20,000-pound capacities. Look to W&C for all your SL8K * Contact your local W&C representative for complete warranty terms, conditions and limitations.

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