06/13/2013 | Editor: Marcel Dröttboom
Martin Engineering has introduced a new line of truck vibrators. Martin’s Cougar truck vibrators help drivers ensure complete emptying of bulk materials, reducing the need for personnel to enter dump beds for manual cleanout.
“Minimizing the need for people to climb into or out of a truck bed, helps to avoid the potential for injuries,” said David Ruggio, Product Specialist. “Effective vibration technology can be a huge asset in reducing workman’s compensation incidents,” he added.
Truck vibrators also increase productivity by helping to eliminate carry-back, giving drivers more payloads per cycle and fewer cycles per job. The result is reduced fuel costs, labor expenses and vehicle wear. A properly-placed and installed vibrator also saves cleanout time and helps to more evenly distribute material when spreading, in addition to savings from more complete truck emptying. Truck vibrators also help prevent unnecessary vehicle damage that can result from attempts to fully evacuate the material. By avoiding the sudden stops and starts commonly used to help break loose a stubborn load, vibration can reduce wear on clutches, brakes and transmissions. It also reduces the opportunity for damage to tailgates and truck beds from equipment used to remove residual material.
The entire line of Cougar 12V and 24V vibrators from Martin Engineering is built with shielded, oversized, permanently-lubricated ball bearings to deliver exceptional service life. All models are sealed against dirt, dust and water intrusion for reliability in extreme service conditions. The small size and light weight of the electric motors contribute to easy, low-cost installation and efficient operation. All truck vibrators are available with a complete installation kit.
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