4 Compact Blower
Milwaukee Tool Corporation (Brookfield, WI)
continues to expand its M18 LITHIUM-ION
system with the introduction of the new M18
Compact Blower. Optimized for common construction debris, the new compact blower
offers a faster, more efficient way to clean up the job site. Features include:
• The ability to deliver 100 CFM and 160 RPM, making it the most powerful compact
cordless blower in its class.
• Power control features such as a 3-speed electronic switch, variable speed trigger
and optional lock-on switch, meaning the tool delivers maximum versatility to clear
a variety of materials while minimizing the amount of airborne dust and debris.
• A compact and lightweight design with a shock-absorbing polymer body and a crush resistant nozzle for maximum durability.
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The next generation Bulb Eater crushes straight, u-tube, and
CFL lamps in a single machine!
New Intelli Technology onboard controls:
Multiple sensing points for machine diagnostics and maintenance
LCD control panel displays machine mode and defaults
Savings – Pre-crushing lamps can cut recycling costs by 50%
Storage – Hold up to 1,350 4’ lamps in a single 55 gallon drum
Safety – New 5 stage filtration system, OSHA & ACGIH Compliant
Speed – Powerful DC motor crushes a 1‘ - 8’ lamp in less than 1 second
For more information and a comprehensive recycling product proposal contact:
Air Cycle Corporation
www.CrushLamps.com | 800-909-9709 | email@example.com
Need to recycle batteries, ballasts, electronics,
thermostats, or smaller quantities of lamps?
Reduce Pinch Points
Dorner (Hartland, WI) introduces its newest flexible chain conveyor
platform – the 2200 Series SmartFlex. Designed to help prevent cate-
nary sag, the 2200 Series SmartFlex comes with a weighted take-up
module to help prevent the plastic chain belt from sagging under-
neath the conveyor during operation. Having sag in the conveyor
belt is a safety issue as it creates potential pinch points in the system. The weighted take-
up module is designed with an adjustable slot which compensates when the conveyor is
operating to remove sag in the belt. By removing sag, the belt can interface with the frame
more easily, allowing for smoother belt tracking while reducing the risk of jamming or
other faults. The module can also be positioned in various locations along the conveyor.