Designed for Underbridge Access Inspections, and Bridge Maintenance Work.
- The First Boom provides a minimum of 18-feet in length and articulates 52-degrees above horizontal to 21-degrees below horizontal.
- The Second Boom provides a minimum of 17-feet in length and articulates 105-degrees and allow the basket boom to reach under a 14-foot beam.
- The Third Boom provides a minimum of 17-feet in length and articulates approximately 126-degrees.
- The Snooper Series 230 has a 33’ underbridge reach, and a 6’ long 4th boom kickup allowing placement of workers behind girders. The reach of the Snooper Series 230 from the second turret to end of the basket is 34′ – 5/8″. A spacious 60″ long x 36″ wide x 42″ high basket and proportional hydraulic controls are standard features as well.
In addition to underbridge reach, the Snooper Series 230 can reach 38′ vertically downward and 29′ overhead without boom changeover.
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About Paxton-Mitchell Co., LLC
Paxton-Mitchell Co., LLC. is the designer and manufacturer of the One and Only, the Original SNOOPER® Truck. The SNOOPER® is the world’s most widely used Underbridge Inspection and Bridge Maintenance Truck.
In 1964, the first “SNOOPER®” Underbridge Inspection and Maintenance Truck was designed and manufactured. Today, the SNOOPER® has been sold all over the United States to state highway departments, municipalities, counties, contractors, and construction equipment rental companies. They have also been sold overseas. All components are a brand name, American-made, manufactured and assembled in the United States. Our slogan says it all: “A bridge isn’t inspected until the SNOOPER sees it!”
Name: Maria Carpio
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The event will be attended by highway equipment fleet managers, administrators, directors, engineers from the state, local, and federal governments, representatives from the highway maintenance and equipment industry, academic and research participants, and members from the AASHTO and the TRB.
The conference will feature technical presentations from experts and panel discussions on various fleet management issues by representatives of the highway equipment industry, state DOTs, the federal government, research, and academic communities. Break-out sessions and business meetings will be provided for the four EMTSP Regional Partnerships, and a forum to share equipment fleet management strategies and best practices will be provided.
This conference will afford the opportunity to learn about national initiatives, current, and future research projects by AASHTO and TRB, as well as technological advances in equipment technologies.
Connecticut Convention Center
100 Columbus Blvd, Harford CT 06103
The Snooper Series 260 offers advanced feature's unmatched in the industry. The main turret has an extraordinary 360-degree rotation! The 270-degree 2nd turret rotation and the 60' horizontal reach from outer edge of the bridge allows a massive underbridge access up to 6,800 square feet. Rolling stabilizers allow driving forward or reverse for extended overlapping coverage. The Snooper Series 260 sees under, over, below and up behind girders for the most thorough bridge inspection or bridge maintenance project.
Designed for Underbridge Access Inspections, and Bridge Maintenance Work
First Boom– The first boom provides a minimum of 18’6″ (19′) in length.
Second Boom– The second boom provides a minimum of 18′-6″ (19′) in length.
Third Boom– The third boom hydraulically telescopes from 25′ to 41′ pin to pin.
The Paxton-Mitchell Snooper Truck Annual Inspection is an essential and required function.
An annual inspection or yearly inspection consists of an operational, visual and somewhat mechanic inspection of the Snooper Truck unit without having to disassemble it. This is done on an annual basis in addition to daily, weekly, monthly, three-month, and 6-month maintenance as outlined in the Snooper Owners Manuals.
Under ANSI Regulation A92.8-1993, inspections are performed using a checklist created by the manufacturer. These records must be retained. Bolts must be torqued to specification. Pins, bushings, hydraulic lines and electrical circuits must be checked. The booms are looked over and checked for cracks in the welds. The Paxton-Mitchell Snooper Truck Annual Inspection must be performed by a qualified technician authorized by Paxton-Mitchell Co., LLC.
Schedule your Paxton-Mitchell Snooper Truck Annual Inspection today at [email protected].