Chicago Pneumatic - CP

Chicago Pneumatic Power Technique (CP) has added the CPS 1800 JD8 T4F to its portable compressor lineup. The twin single-stage, oil-injected, rotary screw type compressor is the largest in the CP lineup and can work in a wide range of applications. Powered by a liquid-cooled, six-cylinder turbocharged diesel John Deere 525 hp engine, the unit has an engine starting capacity at 14F without the addition of cold start options.

Every 11 minutes someone in the United States is diagnosed with autism. Autism is a complex development disability affecting a person's ability to communicate and interact with others. Signs typically appear during early childhood. The costs of caring for just one individual with autism can be as high as $2.4 million, including support needs for everything from medical treatments to costs related to school and employment.

Chicago Pneumatic Power Technique (CP) is refining its focus with a core shift to power, the defining characteristic of the core product categories in its product portfolio: air (compressors and hand held tools), power (generators and light towers) and flow (pumps).

Chicago Pneumatic Power Technique (CP) held its annual manufacturer's representative sales meeting recently in New Orleans. During the meeting, CP honored individuals and reps that have demonstrated outstanding achievement in sales and customer care.

Chicago Pneumatic Power Technique (CP) has launched the CPLT V3 LED light tower to the North American market. The new machine is part of a growing CP lineup that includes LED versions CPLT V5+, CPLT V2 and CPLT P2, along with metal halides CPLT V4 and CPLT V4W.

Chicago Pneumatic Power Technique (CP) has introduced the CPLT V4W light tower — which is best in class in high altitude, extreme elements and working conditions, according to the manufacturer — to the North American market. The new light tower is robust and durable, featuring a Kubota 8 kW, three-cylinder water-cooled engine and Red Rock enclosure made of polyethylene.

Chicago Pneumatic Power Technique (CP) recently launched the CPLT E3 LED electric light tower. The E3 joins a growing LED light tower lineup, including the CPLT P2, CPLT V2 and CPLT V3. This high-performance light tower is designed to last, and is efficient and easy to transport in a variety of applications, including events, urban construction, road construction and temporary public lighting, according to the manufacturer.

On Sept. 23, 2017, OSHA began enforcing its Respirable Crystalline Silica in Construction Standard in the construction industry. As industry professionals work to comply with the rule, many companies have rolled out new and updated products to help keep dust levels down and workers safe, including these: Retrofit Dust Suppression Spray Kit This kit from Atlas Copco is made for handheld tools, and can be attached to the company's handheld breaker, rivet buster or chipping hammer.

Chicago Pneumatic Power Technique (CP) has introduced an OSHA-compliant dust suppression spray kit to the marketplace. The 36-in. retrofit kit can be attached to any size CP tool, including handheld breakers, rivet busters and chipping hammers. The retrofit dust suppression spray kit is equipped with a mist nozzle, capable of dispensing six gallons of water per hour.

Chicago Pneumatic Construction Equipment (CP) features the MV224 in its lineup of forward and reversible plate compactors. The plate compactor is a gasoline model that is powerful, durable with outstanding resistance to wear and tear, and operates at a high speed for increased efficiency on the job site.

Chicago Pneumatic Construction Equipment (CP) has named Scott Christopher to the position of regional sales manager, effective immediately. Christopher will manage sales in the southeast region of the United States, covering North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia and Florida.