Plumber Product News: August 2020

Here are the latest product offerings for the plumbing industry

Plumber Product News: August 2020

The Express line of lavatory decks from Bradley now offers two new designs.

Bradley Express lavatory decks
The Express line of lavatory decks from Bradley now offers two new designs. The easy-to-install, seamless, cast-formed solid surface lavatory decks deliver a hygienic and cost-effective alternative to china sinks and laminate countertops in commercial restrooms. The Express GLX Series and Express TLX Series, as well as the existing Express ELX, each offer high durability, fast installation, easy cleaning and maintenance, and stylish design. The GLX Series features a linear design with extra space to place belongings, while the TLX Series features a streamlined trough design. 800-272-3539; www.bradleycorp.com.

Milwaukee Tool MX FUEL sewer drum machine
Milwaukee Tool’s MX FUEL sewer drum machine has POWERTREDZ lift assist technology, which makes it easier for one person to transport the machine up and down stairs and in and out of service vans. The machine has the power to clear roots 200 feet out while containing the mess with a fully enclosed drum. The POWERSTATE brushless motor provides full power at the maximum capacity of the machine, the REDLINK PLUS intelligence improves control with an integrated drum brake, and the MX FUEL REDLITHIUM battery pack can power through multiple jobs on a single charge, delivering the easiest setup and transport. 800-729-3878; www.milwaukeetool.com.

Sewer Equipment Model 900 ECO combo truck
The Model 900 ECO combination sewer cleaner from Sewer Equipment has a Hydro Drive powertrain system that eliminates the need for a transfer case, allowing the truck to operate in neutral for operator safety. Twelve-volt electrical switches and relays throughout the truck allow for easy field diagnostics. Offering both single piston and triplex pump options at 55 to 80 gpm at 2,000 to 3,000 psi, and 4,400 to 5,000 cfm blower at 18 Hg on an 8-inch system, the truck provides water and vacuum solutions for any situation. The 900 ECO is available in 6- to 15-cubic-yard debris body capacities, and is equipped with standard Duraprolene water tanks carrying 900 to 2,000 gallons of on-board water. 800-323-1604; www.sewerequipment.com. 

A. O. Smith Water Heaters commercial heat pump line
A. O. Smith Water Heaters launched 20 new commercial heat pump models, ranging from 25,000 to 250,000 Btu/hr and with modular installation capabilities up to 2 million Btu/hr. The commercial heat pump line offers six air source, six water source and eight modular water source units. The air and water source models range in capacity from 25,000 to 250,000 Btu/hr and generate 50 to 500 gallons of hot water per hour. Modular water source units range in capacity from 270,000 to 2 million Btu/hr and generate 323 to 2,584 gallons of hot water per hour. All units feature a maximum 160-degree F water temperature and an ambient operating range of 40 to 120 degrees. 800-527-1953; www.hotwater.com.  

Electric Eel eCAM Pro 2 camera battery cradle
The eCAM Pro 2 pipeline inspection camera system from Electric Eel now offers a built-in battery cradle as standard. The system accepts a Milwaukee M18 or equivalent battery, allowing for operation in remote locations or where electricity is not available. 800-833-1212; www.electriceel.com.

Cash Acme (RWC) MasterGuard Plus mixing valve
The MasterGuard Plus from Cash Acme (RWC) features a range of high flow rate valves that mix hot with cold water to deliver water at a safe, controlled temperature, typically 120 degrees F. It provides accurate temperature control, even at very low flows, and quickly reacts to changes in flow rate or supply temperature. The valve has robust, low-complexity construction for reliability and improved user safety. An improvement on the previous MasterGuard 600 Series, the MasterGuard Plus has two additional larger-diameter sizes, as well as approvals for ASSE 1017 and CSA B125.3. 877-700-4242; www.cashacme.com.



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