Concrete Products

JUN 2018

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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www.concreteproducts.com June 2018 • 51 INNOVATIONS EQUIPMENT & PRODUCTS The B&B BlockMaster J200R is an overhead block clamp for handling stock and specialty manufactured concrete, especially units requiring rotation in a particular way. Rated at 4,500 lbs., it has an extended operational load center of 48 in. to help place products at optimal trailer points. The heavy-duty rota- tion system ensures that precast or block can be lifted and loaded cor- rectly. The inside height of up to 40 in. allows multiple packs of block or precast units. The B&B LS1 load stabi- lizer is designed specifically for green product transfer. It allows products to be safely and securely handled both during and after the curing process. The J200R and LS1 are shown here at Concrete Products (Kirkcaldy) Ltd., which has emerged as one of Scotland's most innovative precast and concrete hardscape producers, serving general construction, civil engineering, house building, garden- ing and agricultural markets. — B&B Attachments is represented in North America by Lift Technologies Inc., Westminster, S.C., 888/946-3330, www.lift-tek.com; B&B Attachments, www.bandbattachments.com Block, precast handling attachments Rampf Molds announced a new feature (right) improving the handing of its premium Prime-Tec paver mold series at the Icon Expo 2018 – Machinery & Equipment Show in Indianapolis. Prime-Tec molds, the manufacturer notes, have integrated design, extreme precise milling, CSI diamond hardening, extended service life, and engineering for increased vibration characteristics. — Rampf Molds Industries, Hag- erstown, Md., 301/791-6880; www.rampf.com Paver molds PHOTO: Concrete Products

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