Compact Equipment

SEP 2018

Compact Equipment is a magazine dedicated to equipment owners and operators of small, nimble, tool-carrying construction, landscape and ag equipment — such as skid steers, mini excavators, compact tractors, generators compressors and beyond.

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54 Compact Equipment SEPTEMBER 2018 That's the number of years the John Deere Power Prod- ucts facility, located in Greeneville, Tenn., has been in op- eration. The facility celebrated its 30th anniversary this past summer. From humble beginnings, this once small satellite factory has become the highest volume facility in the John Deere enterprise. The Greeneville facility is the manufac- turing home for the 100 Series lawn tractor and residential ZTrak zero-turn mowers found at local John Deere dealer- ships as well as major home improvement retailers. Since 1988, Power Products has taken pride in its many recog- nitions, from safety awards to manufacturing excellence. The factory has been honored with many accolades, prov- ing that its team-oriented culture makes a big impact on its success. Moreover, a total of 14 employees have been at Power Products from the very beginning. For more info, visit deere.com . That's how many hours Generac's MLT4060MVD LED mobile light tower can run on a single tank of diesel fuel. Purpose-designed for applications in remote locations and extreme environments, Generac Mobile Products' MLT- 4060MVD LED light tower includes features that allow for autonomous operation. An extra-large fuel tank and low fuel consumption allow the tower to run up to 533 hours with a 750-hour oil change interval, minimizing mainte- nance costs. New, more powerful 296-W LED fixtures pro- vide powerful illumination. Generac has nearly doubled the amount of total lumens to 172,200, providing equiva- lent light coverage to that of a metal halide light tower without the hassle of bulb degradation and replacement. In fact, Generac LEDs are designed to last the lifetime of the light tower, with a 10-year life expectancy. For more info, visit generac.com. That's the number of new electric submersible pumps re- cently released from Chicago Pneumatic Power Technique. WEDA pumps are ideal for dewatering of construction sites, mines and flooded areas where small, lightweight, portable and easily maintained pumps are required to perform daily jobs quickly. Designed for handling liquid with abrasive par- ticles, the five submersible pumps include the WEDA 10, 30, 40, 50 plus and 60 plus. They provide fast and efficient de- watering for a wide variety of applications, including excava- tions in construction areas, general dewatering requirements at mines, shipyards and other industrial sites, fire brigades, utility installations and repairs, maintenance and cleanup tasks in urban areas and government and military response and preparedness programs. For more info, visit cp.com . e s 3 0 5 5 3 3

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