A Odor Control Insert
Odor Sentry from the SulfaTreat Co., Chesterfield, Mo., is a two-part, stainless steel, three-cubic-foot filtration insert designed to capture and treat wet sewer gas and other odors from liquids such as leachate. An enforcer media reacts with hydrogen sulfide and other compounds to control odors. Odor Sentry fits below manhole lids and steps, and works in locations with water infiltration. No blower is needed, according to the company.
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Roll-Rite Corp., Alger, Mich., has introduced a line of polished-aluminum, automatic, arm-style, side-to-side tarp systems for straight trucks and longer trailers in watertight applications. Features include a cable-free system for operators and Roll-Rite's TarpStretcher, an electric gear motor designed specifically for side-to-side tarping.
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Mack Trucks Inc., Allentown, Pa., has introduced the Granite truck series. Standard specifications include a 300-horsepower (hp) Mack EM7-300 E-Tech engine rated at 1,750 revolutions per minute (rpm), an anti-lock brake system, an 18,000-pound front axle rating capacity and a 38,000-pound rear axle rating capacity. Features include a newly designed cab and a “visibility” door for a larger viewing area.
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