<![CDATA[Amron International Blog]]> http://www.amronintl.com/blog/ Fri, 30 Jan 2015 13:46:36 +0000 http://www.amronintl.com/skin/frontend/base/default/images/rsslogo.jpg <![CDATA[Amron International Blog]]> http://www.amronintl.com/blog/ Zend_Feed http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss <![CDATA[Stanley TS03 Submersible Trash Pump For Easy Water Cleanup]]> http://www.amronintl.com/blog/Stanley-Submersible-Trash-Pump/ With the Start of Tornado Season throughout much of the country, and with Hurricane Season around the corner, we are pleased to feature a product that can help cleanup excess water and debris in the aftermath of severe weather.


TP03 Submersible Trash Pump


The Stanley TP03 Submersible Trash Pump (TP0300301) can move large volumes of liquid with concentrations of solids up to 25%. If you have water that needs to be extracted from a building or other areas this submersible pump is a great option.


Features of the Stanley TS03 Pump include:


-Handles solids up to 3 inches in size and is used for dredging and light cleaning tasks

-Removes water sand, clay and mud from work structures

-Boasts a 450 gpm discharge rate

-Has a urethane bowl that is tough, lightweight, abrasion resistant, resilient and impervious to petrochemical solvents

-Has a built in reverse flow check

-Can run dry without damage

-CE certified

-Provides easy bowl inspection and clean out


Unlike non-submersible pumps the Stanley TP03 Submersible Trash Pump’s efficient design places the urethane impeller above material flow which reduces blockage, jamming and overall pump wear and keeps liquids moving fast enough to pump high volumes of solids at a much higher head.


Get this pump while in stock and on sale for only $1,529.63 (regular price $1,834.25). That’s a savings of over $300!


Check out other Stanley Hydraulic Tools offered by Amron. For information regarding these products and more great items please call (877) 462-6700 or email sales@amronintl.com.

Mon, 20 May 2013 20:48:55 +0000
<![CDATA[Google Maps Goes Underwater!]]> http://www.amronintl.com/blog/google-maps-goes-underwater/ Google is bringing the beauty and magnificience of the underwater world to its "Street View" in Google Maps.



Explore the first Google Map Underwater Street View here!


Mon, 05 Nov 2012 17:25:17 +0000
<![CDATA[Amron's Annual Photo Contest]]> http://www.amronintl.com/blog/photo-contest/ Calling all Shutterbugs, it’s that time of year again! We are holding our annual photo contest! Please join us in creating a one of a kind calendar for the New Year.

Not only will you have the chance to be featured in our celebrated 2013 Amron Calendar but you’ll also be in the running for some awesome prizes! The Grand Prize winner will have their photo on the cover of our coveted Amron Calendar and will also win an iPad. But no worries contestants, everyone is a winner at Amron and we’ll have prizes for all the participants!

All you have to do is submit your photos showing Amron/Amcon/Amcommand branded products in action to photos@amronintl.com by October 31st. Try using a photo of one of our amazing Underwater Comunication Systems or our high quality Diver Air Controls in an unique setting! 


For submission specifications please see the link below: http://www.amronintl.com/photocontest

Good luck and may the odds be ever in your favor!

Mon, 10 Sep 2012 18:43:57 +0000
<![CDATA[Commercial Diving Equipment: Video of the Week]]> http://www.amronintl.com/blog/commercial-diving-video-week-1/ Each week we will feature a commercial diving video we think is cool. You'll get an inside look into dive operations, see commercial diving equipment in action, and more. At Amron we love commercial diving gear. So, when we see a video that features a Kirby Morgan dive helmet, Stanley underwater hydraulic tool, or Brocco underwater welding equipment, it fires us up!

In our first Video of the Week blog, we found a video posted by a group of Commercial Diving Academy graduating Seniors. Sit back, relax, and meet Commercial Diving Academy 2012 graduating class.

Oh, and keep and eye out for some Amron communicators throughout the video. Our favorite part begins around the 9:50 mark.

Thu, 30 Aug 2012 22:12:18 +0000
<![CDATA[Product of the Week: Stanley BR87 Hydraulic Underwater Breaker]]> http://www.amronintl.com/blog/StanleyBR87/ Everyone here at Amron hopes you enjoy your Memorial Day Weekend, which always means that May is coming to a close. It also means there are only a few days left to qualify for the Stanley 4-Tool Combo Kit Giveaway. And what better way to gain an entry than putting a Stanley BR87 Hydraulic Underwater Heavy Duty Breaker in your commercial diving arsenal.

The Stanley BR87 Breaker is in the 90 foot pound per blow impact class and above. With its longer piston stroke, the BR87 is one of the hardest-hitting Stanley breakers. It’s perfect for breaking concrete and rock underwater, in repairing water or gas mains, and a host of other underwater projects.

The BR87 Heavy Duty Breaker comes standard with hose whips, and quick disconnect couplers can easily be purchased separately. The durable underwater hydrauic tool also features a feathering On/Off Valve to control speed that makes start-up and tool placement easier.

When you purchase a Stanley BR87 Breaker through Amron’s website, or any other Stanley tool, part, or accessory, through May 31, you automatically get entered to win a DeWalt 20V Li-Ion 4-Tool Combo Kit that has a $499 value. The kit includes a DCD985 Hammer Drill, a DCS381 Reciprocating Saw, a DCS393 Circular Saw, a DCL040 LED Work Light, 2 Lithium-Ion Battery Packs, a Fast Charger, a 360-degree side handle, a Carbide Tipped Blade and a Contractor’s Bag.

Visit our Stanley BR87 Underwater Hydraulic Heavy Duty Breaker product page at http://www.amronintl.com/hydraulic-underwater-heavy-duty-breaker-br87.html to learn more about this awesome tool. And to see our huge selection of Stanley tools, parts and accessories, which is the largest in the industry, visit the brand page at http://www.amronintl.com/stanley-underwater-hydraulic-tools.html.

Mon, 21 May 2012 23:50:51 +0000