Propane-powered buggy helps contractors carry the load

July 21, 2016 By    

allen-engineering-buggy-240x260Allen Engineering Corp., which offers construction-related products for site preparation and concrete applications, introduced the AR16 propane-powered wheel buggy. The 16 cu. ft. AR16 works in indoor and in-the-dry jobsites where air quality is an issue. The buggy features an 8-gallon/33-pound propane tank and a closed-fuel system, which helps components run cleaner, with less wear and tear to reduce maintenance. Allen Engineering’s AR16 propane-powered buggy meets California Air Resources Board, Environmental Protection Agency and Occupational Safety & Health Administration standards. It comes with a massive 2-in.-thick solid steel tank frame to provide strength and durability, along with a lower center of gravity and ideal weight distribution. Additionally, the buggy achieves a maximum speed of 7 mph and handles up to a 2,500-pound load capacity. According to Allen Engineering, it will be available in rental businesses across the United States.

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