Product News: November 2022

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Product News: November 2022

OZ Lifting Aluma-Lite davit cranes - PR SPONSOR
OZ Lifting Products announces the new Aluma-Lite davit crane for wastewater and water operators. The Winona, Minnesota-based manufacturer has released the ultra-portable davit crane in 500- and 1,000-pound capacities, each available with three bases: pedestal, socket (flush-mount) or wall-mount. The Aluma-Lite 500 weighs in at 24 pounds with a maximum capacity of 500 pounds and the Aluma-Lite 1,000 weighs in at 47 pounds with a maximum capacity of 1,000 pounds. Both fold flat for easy storage or transportation, and are made of aerospace/military grade aluminum. The cranes are available with a manual winch (including drill drive adapter), AC or DC electric winches. The Aluma-Lites have a durable, powder-coated finish, no tools are needed for assembly/disassembly, and they are made in the U.S.A. 800-749-1064;

Aries Industries offers RinnoVision RV-PRO 360 camera system
Aries Industries has expanded its product line with the addition of RinnoVision’s RV-PRO 360 camera system. The RV-Pro 360 offers a fast, safe alternative to sending workers into manholes to conduct inspections. Equipped with a 360-degree virtual reality camera, the system provides real-time viewing of conditions inside pipes, manholes, tanks, tunnels, wells and other confined spaces. Lightweight and waterproof, the RV-Pro 360 can fit into pipes as small as 5 inches in diameter. A built-in, ultra-bright 3,300-lumens light illuminates spaces being inspected. Its rechargeable battery lasts up to 4 1/2 hours. The camera is controlled via cell phone, or a tablet included with the unit. 800-234-7205;

Sherwin-Williams Sherplate 600 epoxy lining
Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine’s Sherplate 600 is a high-solids epoxy lining that’s free of restricted solvents. The lining meets the new NSF/ANSI/CAN 600: Health Effects Evaluation and Criteria in Drinking Water standard, which will reduce the MCLs of xylene, toluene and ethylbenzene found within coating and lining products certified for potable water storage use. The Sherplate 600 epoxy phenalkamide lining does not contain xylene, toluene, ethylbenzene or oxsol. It can be sprayed using either single-leg or plural-component equipment. Sherplate 600 can be applied up to 16 mils dry film thickness per coat and up to a total thickness of 24 mils DFT. 800-524-5979;

120Water Public Water System Portal
The Public Water System Portal from 120Water is an update to the way its software manages inventories in direct alignment with EPA recommendations. PWS Portal will allow public water systems to manage service line inventories in accordance with EPA and state standards and easily report those inventories annually to their state drinking water branch. To streamline and simplify the translation between inventory data and state reporting requirements, the PWS Portal can be configured to each state’s reporting needs. PWS Portal provides instant data validation to identify gaps in inventory submissions. It can communicate directly with any state agencies, state revolving funds and other stakeholders who have procured the 120Water State Dashboard. Or it requires a one-click export to a CSV or Excel file for submission to the state primacy agency. 888-317-1510;

All-New Brandt HX120 hydroexcavator
The all new Brandt HX120 hydroexcavator is a high-output unit with a 1,150-gallon water tank and 11.6-cubic-yard debris tank. Nimble enough for urban settings, the HX120 helps contractors work more efficiently with maximized legal load weights, quicker debris loading and unloading time, and the capacity to take on larger jobs without load weight concerns. Real-time measurement of water and overall truck weight enables operators to make quick, informed decisions, which reduces the risk of damage or overweight penalties. The new unit features a 28-foot boom reach with 340-degree rotation. 866-427-2638;


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