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ICON Industries has made high-capacity earthmoving, along with the company’s best industrial features, available to the agricultural market — this time in an even larger size. “Like the AG-11, which was introduced approximately three years ago, the new AG-13 is ideal for the producer whose needs exceed that of box scraper or carryall, but are below that of an industrial scraper,” said Jamie Meier, ag manager of Landoll Corporation.

ICON slide rail systems give contractors versatility and options to help them shore everything from simple pits to elaborate excavations with utility problems, overhead clearance projects or difficult soil conditions. ICON is known as the original pioneer of this type of shoring system in the United States.

ICON Equipment offers its ICON-O-Lite modular aluminum trench box system to municipalities and utility contractors and as an alternative to heavy steel trench boxes. Designed by ICON, this system is ideal for trench shoring, utility and communications installations and repairs and other shallow trench work, according to the manufacturer.

Building on the tandem disc harrow technology from its parent company, Landoll Corporation, ICON has introduced a new Model 6510 construction disc, designed to handle the rigorous demands of construction sites and land clearing. The first of its kind from ICON, the 6510 boasts a high weight-per-blade specification — 719 lbs.

ICON slide rail systems give contractors versatility and options to help them shore everything from simple pits to elaborate excavations with utility problems, overhead clearance projects or difficult soil conditions, according to the manufacturer. ICON’s slide rail shoring systems are made of high-yield, Grade 50 steel and are comprised of lineal panels, rails or posts and bracing.

Equipped with a pair of 15-19.5 6-ply tires on a hydraulically actuated lift, the rolling packer with hydraulic lift from ICON Industries allows the operator to pack a wide range of surfaces; then lift the entire 60 by 93-in. (152 by 236 cm) drum off the ground for greater ease of turning, moving and/or loading the unit for transport.