These new products stole the show.
PUT PRESSURE ON DIRT
With tool-free assembly, you can use Generac Power Systems’ commercial-grade pressure washer straight out of the box. The pressure washer features a Generac overhead valve horizontal-shaft engine, low-oil shutdown and redesigned spray gun. It also has a welded steel frame to protect the engine and pump.
The School for Advanced Segmental Paving designed “Foundation Skills: Instructional Training Video for Concrete and Clay Pavers,” a video to help increase the quality and efficiency of crews on segmental pavement projects. The 136-minute video covers everything from the initial site visit to the final compaction.
A STEP UP
Can you tell the difference? Produced as one solid composite unit, Nitterhouse Masonry Products’ Oxford StoneSteps are concrete masonry steps. The steps are produced with 5,000-pounds per square inch concrete and are offered in sizes from 8-inches wide to 48-inches wide.
Featuring a vertical shaft configuration, Subaru’s EA190V engine is the first to offer chain-driven overhead cam technology to the small, air-cooled, vertical shaft engine market. The 189-cubic centimeter displacement engine is designed to be lightweight, yet durable and rugged enough for a variety of lawn and garden equipment: pressure washers, walk-behind string trimmers, aerators and lawn vacs.
Ideal for do-it-yourselfers and small contractors, Extend Manufacturing’s line of TMX towable mini-excavators does not require a trailer or CDL license to operate. It features a quick-on and quick-off hitch system, zero-turn technology and drive tires designed for mud terrain.
Turn trees into mulch with Dosko’s stump grinder models, which come standard with carbide-tipped Greenteeth. The models are Honda or Kohler powered, towable or self-powered and 32-inch wide or less – allowing for navigation through narrow paths.