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A Winterized Pick-Up Truck
Suburban-Chicago employee Matt Bartlett spent $2,300 to build this 300-gallon anti-icer. He designed the unit to be lifted into a standard pickup truck and removed when the vehicle's needed for something else. Photos: Harvey Williams
New Jersey Superintendent Steven Alexander spent $700 to convert this former fire tanker to an anti-icing vehicle with a driver-regulated spray boom. Photos: Steven Alexander
The driving force behind the brine system: a gas-powered centrifugal pump pressurizes the system and circulates the brine to the boom at the back of the truck.
Boring, Bursting, Jacking and...
It’s another AMERICAN first, and a great addition to our existing line of Flex-Ring...
The NTEA's Work Truck Show takes place March 5-7 in Indianapolis.
Snow & Ice Control
San Rafael Airport, a private airport north of San Francisco, has added a large...
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