Product News: StoneAge and Milwaukee Tool

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Product News: StoneAge and Milwaukee Tool

StoneAge Sentinel OS2 technology controller
The Sentinel OS2 can lessen the burden of training new operators with its user-friendly setup and enhanced user interface. And it takes fewer technicians on the job with Sentinel OS2’s automated features like boundary clean and obstacle avoidance. The latest operating system comes installed on all new Sentinel-enabled systems, like the AutoBox 1L and AutoBox 3L. Along with the simplified user interface, OS2 uses machine learning to become more intelligent and accurate as it goes, so you can swap your setup time for cleaning time. The controller now displays a real-time visual diagram of the tube sheet, enabling efficient cleaning without requiring a direct line of sight. And the OS2 can automatically steer around plugged tubes and other obstructions during cleaning, preventing equipment damage. 866-795-1586;

Milwaukee Tool BOLT safety helmets
Milwaukee Tool delivers advanced slip, trip and fall protection on the job site with the new BOLT safety helmets with IMPACT ARMOR liner. Designed with RHEON technology, the IMPACT ARMOR liner delivers oblique impact protection and the safety helmet is a part of the BOLT system, allowing users to secure accessories simultaneously for efficiency on the job site. In addition to protection against top and side impacts, the helmets allow users to use multiple accessories at once. The construction safety helmets include a headlamp mount that works with most headlamps for easy, secure attachment and a BOLT marker clip that allows for easy access to pens and markers. The climbing-style helmet also has a comfortable, adjustable chin strap for better security, is ANSI type 2 and is customizable with the ability to add a company logo in up to four locations on the helmet. 800-729-3878;


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