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Table of Contents ............4 Backhoes & Attachments Section ......................49-64
Iconic Power Plant Topples to the Ground By Cindy Riley CEG CORRESPONDENT
In what’s being described as the largest demolition in the state’s history, crews in Hollywood, Fla., have successfully imploded the Port Everglades Power Plant, using 450 lbs. (204.1 kg) of dynamite and 90 controlled explosions. It took only a minute for the four 7,500 ton (6,803.8 t) boilers and smokestacks to collapse as predicted, both in timing and location. “It sounded like Fourth of July fireworks as the early charges detonated, and then moved to more of a rolling thunder,” said Greg Brostowicz, company spokesman of Florida Power & Light. “You could see some flashes of light, and then some dust came up when the structures hit the ground.” The early morning, mid-July demolition of the Port Everglades structure paves the way for a new $1.2 billion natural gas energy center that
Parts Section ............90-91 Business Calendar ........91 Auction Section ......92-99 Advertisers Index ..........98
is expected to open in 2016. The implosion required months of planning, according to D.H. Griffin Wrecking Company, the company responsible for carrying out the series of blasts. “We were on site for several months getting ready for this event, making sure everyone was
on the same page as far as how, when and what was going to happen,” said David Griffin Jr., president of D. H. Griffin. “This job involved thousands of hours of planning, and included meetings with city, state, federal and local see POWER page 32
Housing Foreclosure Decline ARAApplauds Congressmen’ s Spells Good News for Industry By Lori Tobias
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Crews in Hollywood, Fla., have successfully imploded the Port Everglades Power Plant, using 450 lbs. (204.1 kg) of dynamite and 90 controlled explosions.
A new report putting the so-called shadow inventory of houses at a three-year low, and showing a decrease in foreclosures spells good news for the construction industry, economists said. According to a report by CoreLogic, a provider of business data and analytics, “The overall shadow inventory is down 34 percent from its peak in 2010, when it reached 3 million
homes, and down 18 percent from a year ago, when it was at 2.4 million.” The shadow market is generally defined as the homes that are in foreclosure, but not on the market, or homes that the bank or mortgage provider has taken back but is holding until the market improves. “There has been some suspicion that whoever is holding property is hanging onto them, waiting until prices improve or until they feel comfortable with the loss they will take,” said David see HOUSING page 90
Repeal of HIT
The American Rental Association (ARA), applauded the action of a bipartisan group of members of Congress to highlight the six month countdown to repeal a tax that will have a damaging effect on small businesses in the equipment rental industry and beyond. Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.), Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), Rep. Charles Boustany (RLa.) and Rep. Jim Matheson (D-Utah) see ARA page 86
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ARTBA INDUCTS MEMBERS TO TRANSPORTATION HALL OF FRAME
Launched in 2010, the Hall honors individuals or families from the public and private sectors who have made extraordinary contributions to U.S. transportation development during their careers.
SANY AMERICA NAMES LYLE MACHINERY CO. CRANE DEALER
CAT IRON HELPS BREAK GROUND ON HISTORIC DAYTONA RISING
Lyle will represent SANY’s complete line of crawler cranes and rough terrain cranes.
The project marks the largest redevelopment ever at ISC’s 54-year-old flagship motorsports facility and is the first time a Cat 336E H hydraulic hybrid excavator has been used for such a significant undertaking.
HIGHWAY PROGRAM ‘YEAR ZERO’ COULD COST INDUSTRY $2.3B The crisis facing the federal highway program will send shockwaves through the construction equipment industry, Associated Equipment Distributors (AED) Vice Chairman Tim Watters said July 25.
N.C. STUDENTS GET FIRSTHAND LOOK AT CRANE INDUSTRY
Harnett Central High School in Angier, N.C., had a chance to learn about the crane industry firsthand in a two-hour class led by crane experts at ALL Carolina Crane & Equipment.
DUCK COMMANDER CHOOSES HYSTER LIFT TRUCK TO HELP DUCK CALL OPERATION
The Duck Commander business experienced significant growth in 2012 as a result of its popular television show, and needed to make significant operational improvements.
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ARTBA Inducts Members to Transportation Hall of Frame One of America’s top engineers, an asphalt equipment manufacturing innovator, a 40-year New Jersey construction association executive and the founder of a leading engineering firm were inducted June 3 into the 2013 American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) Foundation’s “Transportation Development Hall of Fame.” Launched in 2010, the Hall honors individuals or families from the public and private sectors who have made extraordinary contributions to U.S. transportation development during their careers. A committee of judges comprised of nine construction industry journalists reviewed the nominees in two categories: Transportation Design & Construction Industry Innovators: Honors the men and women who discovered or created a “game changing” product or process that significantly advanced transportation design, construction and/or safety. It seeks to honor the original innovator. • J. Don Brock, founder of Astec Industries in Chattanooga, Tenn. Brock founded Astec Industries in 1972, creating a company that “builds the equipment that moves America and the world from rock-to-road and beneath.” The pioneering products and technologies he personally developed — he is the holder of more than 90 U.S. and foreign patents on construction machinery and drying equipment — have touch virtually every phase of road building and related construction activity. In the process, he helped make our roads and equipment safer and more efficient, durable, environment friendly and profitable. Today, Astec Industries is a leading manufacturer of equipment for asphalt road building, aggregate processing, pipeline and utility trenching, oil, gas and water well drilling and wood processing, offering more than 200 products. Brock serves as executive chairman of the Astec board of directors. In 2012, the ARTBA Foundation’s TransOvation workshop and awards program were renamed in his honor. The event was created for the specific purposes of fostering innovative thinking within the transportation design and construction industry and publicly recognizing its proven innovators. The name plays off the meanings of three words — “transportation,” “innovation” and “ovation.” It includes an annual two-and-a-half day workshop led by worldrenowned innovators from both within and outside our industry and an annual awards program.
• Othmar Hermann Ammann (posthumously), founder of Ammann & Whitney Consulting Engineers, now based in New York. Believed to be the greatest bridge builder of the 20th century, Ammann’s innovative genius was his ability to anticipate future challenges. Born in Switzerland, Ammann came to New York in 1904, where his gift for long span bridge design and forward thinking matched perfectly with the city’s need to
Bridge, which took into account the curvature of the earth and was the longest suspension bridge in the world for almost 20 years, Ammann pushed the limits of possibility to deliver functional, forward-thinking and awe inspiring structures that today define America’s landscape. Transportation Design & Construction Industry Leaders (Individuals or Families): Recognizes men, women and families who have made significant contributions —
Highway Advisory Council, co-chair of the ARTBA-AASHTO-AGC Joint Committee, and current trustee on the ARTBA Foundation. He also was co-chairman of the ARTBA “TEA-21 Task Force,” which developed the association’s legislative blueprint for the surface transportation reauthorization bill — SAFETEA-LU — signed by President Bush in August 2005. • Bob Briant Sr., (posthumously), the long-time CEO of the Utility & Transportation Contractors Association of New Jersey, in Allenwood. Briant was a New Jersey construction industry legend and tireless advocate. In 1972, he was named the first full-time executive director of the fledgling Utility Contractors Association of New Jersey. He was guided by a simple principle: his organization should be the home for “those who strive to be the best.” In the early 1980s, as chief executive officer, he saw a major market development opportunity for his members, added the “T” to the association’s name and became the state chapter affiliate of the American Road & Transportation Builders Association. Briant spearheaded the development of programs and services that made UTCA a full-service association. In the process, the organization grew to include more than 1,100 members. He served as chairman and treasurer of the New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Trust (NJEIT). Under his leadership, NJEIT began by issuing $50 million in low interest loans annually to local municipalities and sewer authorities to help them improve their systems. Today more than $500 million in annual loans are routinely available to the agencies. Briant helped start and served as chairman of the national Cleanwater Construction Coalition, a group that pushed for federal legislation to increase investment in water and wastewater infrastructure. He retired in 2006 and passed away at the beginning of 2013. The 2012 Hall of Fame class, announced last November, also was inducted during the June 3 dinner and included: • Innovator: Harry Heltzer, former chairman and chief executive officer of 3M Company (posthumously); and • Leader: James R. Madara, senior vice president of Gannett Fleming in Allentown, Pa. For more information, visit www.artba.org.
Launched in 2010 the Hall honors individuals or families from the public and private sectors who have made extraordinary contributions to U.S. transportation development during their careers.
connect its five growing boroughs and the island of Manhattan to the mainland United States. Over the course of his career, Ammann was commissioned in the design and construction of more than 16 major bridge projects, founded two public port agencies and launched two private engineering firms, the latter of which, Ammann & Whitney, still stands today, 50 years after his death. His designs were the result of innovation upon innovation, culminating in record-breaking and aesthetically beautiful structures, including the iconic George Washington Bridge (GWB). Seeing the great potential of “motor-cars,” Ammann designed the GWB with future needs in mind. Originally constructed with six lanes and two sidewalks, Ammann left a 32-ft. wide unpaved strip in the center of the GWB and provided enough capacity to accommodate a second, lower roadway, which were both utilized, in 1946 and 1958 respectively. At the time of its completion, it was the longest bridge span in the world. Until about the time of the GWB, bridge approaches were constructed such that traffic fed directly into local street networks. Recognizing that a distribution system of ramps and connecting roadways would be needed to disperse traffic, Ammann provided some of these more complex connections, and provided the capacity for even more, into his design of the GWB. From the monolithic plate steel on the Bronx-Whitestone towers, to the innovative truss system of the Verrazano-Narrows
beyond just having successful businesses or careers — that have notably helped advance the interests and image of the transportation design, construction and safety industry. • Gene McCormick, a senior vice president of Parsons Brinckerhoff in Naples, Fla. McCormick, a registered professional engineer, has nearly 50 years of varied transportation experience, encompassing planning, design, construction and operations in both the public and private sectors. He has been Parsons Brinckerhoff’s (PB) principalin-charge or project manager on highway, bridge and airport projects across America and the world. He spent nearly seven years as project manager during the design and construction activities relating to the new 12lane Woodrow Wilson Bridge near Washington, D.C. The $2.5 billion project was on time and on budget. Prior to joining PB, McCormick had a distinguished career in public service. From 1989 to 1993, he was Federal Highway deputy administrator under President George H.W. Bush. He spearheaded development of the Bush Administration’s highway/transit reauthorization proposal, signed into law in 1991 and known as the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act. McCormick also spent 25 years with the Illinois Department of Transportation, serving as deputy transportation secretary and director of the office of planning and programming. His ARTBA leadership positions put him in an elite class: 2005 chairman, senior vice chairman, first vice chairman, northeastern region vice chairman, chairman of the
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Linder Industrial Machinery Presents Open House
(L-R): Mark Topp, president of Comanco; Julie Hughes of Comanco; Ray Phillips of Linder Industrial Machinery; and Shannon Sherrill, fleet manager of Comanco, talk about Komatsu equipment.
vercast skies didn’t dim the crowd at the open house Glenn Cutts (L), owner of CPI Land, and Ronnie Sims, general manager of Komatsu Rents, a division of Linder Industrial Machinery recently hosted at its Linder, talk about Komatsu Rents options Plant City location. The open house was to celebrate Linder’s 60th Anniversary, and provided the opportunity to thank existing customers for their business and meet new customers. Various machines represented by Linder were on display and guests enjoyed a barbeque lunch.
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The Komatsu 275AX dozer draws a lot of attention from the guests.
Guests enjoy a barbeque lunch.
(L-R): Karl Foelsche and Brian Ball of Mosaic talk with Ray Phillips of Linder about Komatsu equipment.
Peter Hernandez (L), president of Black Rock Milling and John Coughlin, president of Linder, await the day’s activities.
(L-R): Kevin Chastain of Linder; Richard Fuist, director of fleet operations of RIPA and Associates; and Randy Thomas of Linder, talk about Komatsu equipment.
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Demolition & Recycling
SOLD 2000 Komatsu PC290LC-6K MH #K34003, 14,025 Hrs, Hydraulic Elevating Cab, Material Handling Front, Drop Nose Stick, HGT 3/4 yd3 5 Tine Grapple w/360 rotation, and Very Good U/C. FOB Summerville, SC ..........Call for price.
1999 Liebherr A932 HD #361-5179, 15,000 Hrs, Fixed Elevated Cab, Material Handling Front, Drop Nose Stick, 20 kw Belt Drive Generator, NEW Generator Controller, Recent Engine, Trans & Pumps by Liebherr Dealer, Solid Tires. Good Overall Running Condition for the Age & Hours. FOB Hanover, MD. ..............Call for price.
1999 Fuchs MHL350 #2100317, 16,618 Hrs, Hydraulic Elevating Cab, 49’ Max Reach Material Handling Front, Drop Nose Stick, Deutz Engine, Generator System, and Solid Tires. Clean Older Machine that is Sold “asis” with Inspection Report Available. FOB East Longmeadow, MA. ........Only $79,500
2006 Hitachi ZX270LC-3 with 6600 Hrs, Cab w/Heat & A/C, Cab Guarding, Very Good U/C and Equipped w/ LaBounty MSD2000R Saber Series Mobile Shear w/360 Rotation. Less than 250 Hour Use Since Complete Rebuild of Shear and All Components. Through Shop and Work Ready. .................... ....................Available for Sale or Rent.
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2010 Cat M322D MH #W2T05047, Delivered NEW in 2011, 3847 Hrs, Hydraulic Elevating Cab, FOPS Cab Guarding, Heat & A/C, 41’ Material Handing Front, Drop Nose Stick, 12.5 kw Gen Set, Cat GSH15-5 3/4 yd3 Grapple w/360 rotation (Fully Installed), Dual Solid Tires, Rear Camera System, and Outriggers x4. Cat Dealer Maintained Since New w/Service History Report Available. Excellent Condition & Appearance ................Call for price.
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2010 Exodus MX447L Material Handler ID# UT13332, SMU 3337, Tier III Engine, 100,000 Lbs Weight Class, Hydraulic Cab, Ground Level Access to 18’8”, A/C, Joystick Steer, Outriggers, 20.5 59 Tires...$295,000
2009 Case 420 Skid Steer Loader ID# UP13355, SMU 237, Tier IV Engine, Cab, Air Conditioning, 2 Speed Travel, Multi-Flow, Ride Control, HYdraulic Quick Coupler, Bucket, Galaxy 10x16.5 Tires @ 237 Hrs, RF 73%, LF 68%, RR57%, LR 78%...$25,000
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1983 Cat 773B Off Highway Water Truck ID# UP10912N, SMU 20393, Cab, Air Conditioning, 10,000 Gallon AGM Water Tank, Tires @ 20387 Hrs, Fronts 5762%, RR1 18%, RR2 25%, LR1 51%, LR2 38%...$305,000
1999 Cat 773B Off Highway Truck ID# UP12192, SMU 17245, Cab, Air Conditioning, Dual Slope Body, Retarder, Traction Control, Liner, Titan 24.00R35 Tires @ 17247 Hrs, Fronts 82%, Rears 75%...$358,000
SUMMER SALE 2011 CAT 420E IT, ID# UT13256, SMU: 2936 ..........................$67,000 2008 Cat D8T Track-Type Tractor ID# UT13319, SMU 4170, EROPS, A/C, Straight Blade, Var Speed Winch, Fairlead, UC @ 4175 Hrs, 24” Shoes 96%, Links 96%, Bushings 95%, Segments 82%, Idlers 88%, RS Rollers 98%, LS Rollers 57%, Carriers 51-57%...$320,000
2010 CAT 305CCR, ID# UT13213, SMU: 1207 ........................$48,000 2006 CAT 312CL, ID# UT13365, SMU: 9990............................$56,000 2004 CAT 321CLCR, ID# UP12743, SMU: 8231 ....................$110,000 2010 CAT 336DL, ID# UP12443, SMU: 2723 ........................$190,000
2008 Cat 953D Track Loader ID# UP13282, SMU 3805, Cab, Air Conditioning, Joystick Control, Bucket, MS Ripper, UC @ 3761 Hrs, 19” DG Shoes 70%, Bushings -20%, Links 35%, Carrier Rollers 75%...$139,000
1996 CAT 350L, ID# UT13307, SMU: 11454............................$55,000 1988 CAT 16G, ID# UP13331, SMU: 21123 ..........................$145,000 1998 CAT 771D WATER TRUCK, ID# UP12219, SMU: 25188 ................ ..............................................................................Reduced $260,000 2008 CAT 775F, ID# UP12313, SMU: 12321..........................$458,000 2008 CAT 775F, ID# UP12343, SMU: 6128............................$550,000 2002 CAT 773E, ID# UP12704, SMU: 19665 ........................$365,000 2002 CAT D6M XL, ID# UT13132, SMU: 6007 ........................$58,000
2012 Cat 226B Skid Steer Loader ID# UT13289, SMU 121, Tier IV C2.2T Engine, OROPS, Self-Leveling, 1-Speed, Standard Flow, Man. Quick Coupler, Elec Control For Implements, Bucket, Tires 75%...$29,000
2004 CAT 10R, ID# UP10702N, SMU: 27983 ........................$485,000 2005 CAT D10T, ID# UP12550, SMU: 18551 ........................$720,000 CALL FOR PICTURES AND MORE INFO
2007 Cat 328DLCR Hydraulic Excavator ID# UT13097, SMU 4049, EROPS, Air Conditioning, Radio, Aux Hydraulics, Hydraulic Quick Coupler, Bucket, Cold Weather Starter, UC @ 4040 Hrs, 34” Shoes 85%, Links 80%, Bushings 70%, Segments 80%, Idlers 70%, Rollers 80%, Carrier Rollers 70%...$195,000
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PARTS 1.855.545.0267 EXT. 2 ClevelandBrothers.com ARM CATERPILLAR 953C, Used, 8G4021/31702 CATERPILLAR 980C, Used, 9V6026/3062 AXLE CATERPILLAR 992C,992D, Used, 1V5906/28594 CATERPILLAR 980H, Rebuilt, 2327559/34666 CATERPILLAR 980H, Rebuilt, 2327558/34667 CATERPILLAR 980G,980G II, Rebuilt, 1725386/34668 CATERPILLAR 980G,980G II, Rebuilt, 1725385/34669 CATERPILLAR 962G, Rebuilt, 1120723/34470 CATERPILLAR 962G, Rebuilt, 1383122/34471 BLADE, ANGLE CATERPILLAR D5M,D5M LGP, D5N, New, 2096089/32261 BLADE, OTHER CATERPILLAR D9N,D9R, Used, C063880A1 CATERPILLAR D11R, Used, BL213 BLADE, SU CATERPILLAR D8T,D8R, Used, 2458152/33280 BOOMS CATERPILLAR 375, Used, 1056205/36608 BUCKET, GP CATERPILLAR 345B,345B II,345B LC,345B LC II,345BL,345BL II,350, Used, 1389673/29067 CATERPILLAR 416C,416D,416E,420C,420D,420E,426C, New, 1345869/30959 CATERPILLAR 416C, Used, 1345869/36935 CATERPILLAR 216,216B,226,226B,228,232,242,246,247,25 2,256,257,262,267,268,272,277,287, New, 2856095/32284 CATERPILLAR 345B,350, Used, 1366241/32499 CATERPILLAR 330D,336D, Used, 2692684/32548 CATERPILLAR 330C, Used, 3029013/32549
BUCKET, ROCK CATERPILLAR 988B,988F, Used, 2V6541/32635 BUCKET, TRENCHING CATERPILLAR 446D, Used, 9R3236/36941 CAB, EROPS CATERPILLAR 988G, New, 1289664/29291 CATERPILLAR D11N, Used, 7T0973/33845 CATERPILLAR 953C, Used, 1101397/32316 CATERPILLAR D10, Used, 3T8106/36149 CAB, OTHER CATERPILLAR 375,375L, Used, 1082517/33834 CAB, ROPS CATERPILLAR 980C, Used, 8V8914/28500 COMPACTOR CATERPILLAR 416D,420D,430D, Used, 2055900/41374 COUNTERWEIGHT CATERPILLAR D8T, Used, 2173654/32566 CATERPILLAR 980G, Used, 2343097/34482 CATERPILLAR 980G,980G II, Used, 1146030/28593 CATERPILLAR D8R, Used, 6Y0610/34142 CATERPILLAR 962G, Used, 2318853/36042 CATERPILLAR D10T, Used, 2235568/39840 COUPLER/QUICK COUPLER CATERPILLAR 420E, Used, 2227379/36938 CYLINDER, BOOM/LIFT CATERPILLAR D5B,D5B LGP,D5S,D6D, Used, 7J8302/3097 CYLINDER, BUCKET CATERPILLAR 416, Used, CYLP1/28222 CYLINDER, OTHER CATERPILLAR 988B,988F, Rebuilt, 4T6792/31244 CATERPILLAR 657E,657G, Used, 9T4974/3170
NEW LISTINGS D6RLGP Cab, Stock# 1587697/38809 DIFFERENTIAL
CATERPILLAR 518, Rebuilt, 1V3304/2957 CATERPILLAR 836C, Used, 1452440/3212 CATERPILLAR 824C, Rebuilt, 4V1073/3180 CATERPILLAR 824C, Used, 4V1073/31078 CATERPILLAR 824C, Used, 3V4030/31079 CATERPILLAR 631, Rebuilt, 4D5730/2996 DRESSER 350C, Rebuilt, 11DF00002B/2945 CATERPILLAR 769B, Rebuilt, 9M3946/3273 CATERPILLAR 836, Rebuilt, 1367631/3203
CATERPILLAR 980G, Rebuilt, 1605585/8037 CATERPILLAR D6N LGP, Used, 1914932/39599 & 39600 CATERPILLAR 973, Used, 8G0278/36396 CATERPILLAR 953C, Rebuilt, 1122360/3197 CATERPILLAR D10L,D10, Rebuilt, 7G0061/31120 CATERPILLAR 307,307B,E70B, New, 7I2312/38367 CATERPILLAR 320, Rebuilt, 7Y1571/37840 CATERPILLAR 345B, Rebuilt, 1362847 CATERPILLAR 730, Used, 1475225/2883 CATERPILLAR D6R LGP, Used, 9G7365/39608 CATERPILLAR D11N, Rebuilt, 9W3649 CATERPILLAR 375,375L,5080, Rebuilt, 7Y0884/38294 & 38296
ENGINES, CAT CATERPILLAR 740, Used, 1537076/28643 CATERPILLAR 980G, Rebuilt, 2023123/35618 CATERPILLAR 962G, Rebuilt, 1168671/34551 CATERPILLAR 769D, Rebuilt, 1230206/32272 CATERPILLAR 16, Used, D343/40879 CATERPILLAR 375L, Used, 1344137/33644 CATERPILLAR D8K,D8H, Used, D342/36591 CATERPILLAR D6N LGP, Used, 1914479/39589 CATERPILLAR 345B, Used, 1382001/37356 CATERPILLAR CS-563C, Used, 1117717/36108 CATERPILLAR 773D, Used, 1314877/40903 ENGINES, OTHER PETERBILT 13-210,224,265,281,300,310, 320,330,335,340,341,346,348,348A,348M, 348N,348S,349,349A,351,351A,351ST,352A, 352M,352S,353,357,358,358A,358M,358ST, 359,359A,359B,359M,359S,359ST,362,367, 372,375,376,377,378,379,379EXHD,381,383, 385,386,CB300, Rebuilt, 6I3479/2562 SULLAIR 15 KW, Used, 2681384/28541
OTHER CATERPILLAR 5130, Used, 1072940/326 CATERPILLAR 216,216B,216B II,216B III, 226,226B,226B II,226B III,226D,228,232, 232B,232B II,236,236B,236B II,236B III,242, 242B,242B II,242B III,246,246B,246C,247, 247B,247B II,247B III,248,248B,252, 252B, 252B II,252B III,256,256C,257,257B, 257B2, 257B II,257B III, Used, BP18/38475 CATERPILLAR D6R LGP, Rebuilt, 8E5273/38926 CATERPILLAR 304.5,305.5, New, 1584765/35694 CATERPILLAR 5130, Used, 1423698/32887 CATERPILLAR 5130, New, 1554102/32845 CATERPILLAR D10N,D10R, Used, 9W9734/34143 RIPPER CATERPILLAR 973,973C, Used, 3G3046/42913 CATERPILLAR D11N, Rebuilt, 4T4911/32405
EQUALIZER BARS CATERPILLAR 943, Rebuilt, 8G8375/3264 CATERPILLAR 973C, Used, 3W8424/31118 CATERPILLAR D6R, Rebuilt, 2012078/31951
STICK CATERPILLAR 375L,375, Used, 1096159/36610
BUCKET, MP CATERPILLAR 416,416B,416C,416D, 416E,420,420C,420D,420E, New, PSM1/28431
SWING DRIVE CATERPILLAR 330D,330D LC,330DL, 336D,336DL, Used, 1994539/33878 TRACK GROUPS CATERPILLAR D6T, Used, 3510955/30222 TRACK FRAME CATERPILLAR D6R LGP, Used, 1080157 & 1080158 CATERPILLAR D6D, Used, 9S8255/38667 CATERPILLAR D8R, Used, 9W6494/34141 TORQUE CONVERTERS CATERPILLAR 16, Used, 9M6170/40878 CATERPILLAR 637G, Used, 1974583/3217 CATERPILLAR 836, Used, 1431234/3209 CATERPILLAR 950H, Used, 1685223/28772 CATERPILLAR D10L,D10, Used, 6P6412/31183 CATERPILLAR D10R, Used, 1102769/35220 CATERPILLAR D6R LGP, Used, 1081430/38717 CATERPILLAR D8H, Used, 1M3808/36611 CATERPILLAR D9N, Rebuilt, 9P4890/36444 TRANSMISSIONS CATERPILLAR D10,D10L, Rebuilt, 3P7556/31378 CATERPILLAR D10,D10L, Used, 3P7556/31378 CATERPILLAR D8H, Used, 5M7987/36604 CATERPILLAR 740, Rebuilt, 2270923/38925 CATERPILLAR 992C, Rebuilt, 3P9241/29904 CATERPILLAR 641,651, Rebuilt, 7M5925/3254 CATERPILLAR 988B, Rebuilt, 9W0782/32318 CATERPILLAR 924G, Rebuilt, 1402772/27097 CATERPILLAR D4E, Used, 3T4758/3234 CATERPILLAR 515, Used, 8E7031/3262 CATERPILLAR 824C, Used, 3P6809/33473 CATERPILLAR 980G II, Used, 1731870/40615 CATERPILLAR 930G,938G, Used, 2348866/32134 CATERPILLAR 951C, Used, 2P2040/2963 WINCH
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D10L Cab, Stock# 3T8106/36149
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SANY America Names Lyle Machinery Co. Crane Dealer Lyle Machinery has been named the SANY America crane dealer of Mississippi, Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. Lyle will represent SANY’s complete line of crawler cranes and rough terrain cranes. “Lyle Machinery brings a very solid reputation to the market through their comprehensive coverage of customers needs,” said Kirk Erlinger, director of sales and dealer development at SANY America. “We are excited about the prospects of Lyle representing both our crawler and rough terrain crane lines, and look forward to a partnership that will be fruitful for all parties, most importantly our collective customers.” Since 1958 the Lyle family has been in the equipment business in Mississippi. In 1995 the company expanded and since 2005 the company has been known as Lyle Machinery. Throughout its history the company has been focused on meeting customer needs through a wide range of equipment, parts, service and support. The company offers new equipment, pre-owned equipment, equipment rentals, as well as financing and support that includes a fleet of service vehicles able to assist customers 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week. “We have always taken a customer-first approach,” said Dan Lyle, president of Lyle Machinery. “We believe in offering better products, better service and true partnerships. That’s why SANY Cranes were such a good fit. We believe in their product and we see the commitment in this partnership to give our customers everything they deserve.” SANY America’s crane offerings include five crawler crane models from 110 to 550 tons (100 to 499 t) and four rough terrain cranes from 40 to 85 tons (36 to 77 t). For more information, visit www.sanyamerica.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
Lyle will represent SANY’s complete line of crawler cranes and rough terrain cranes.
SDLG Wheel Loaders Bring Strength, Stability, Simplicity SDLG North America has introduced the LG938L and LG959 wheel loaders, with 2.4 and 4.0 cu. yds. (1.8 and 3.1 cu m) bucket capacity respectively, for secondary and supporting applications. The LG938L and LG959 are the first models in the SDLG construction equipment product offering to be made available in North America. The easy-to-operate wheel loaders are particularly well-suited to material production facilities, site preparation and maintenance yards demanding cost-effective, reliable performance from mid-sized wheel loaders in support of their primary operations, according to the manufacturer. LG938L With an operating weight of 23,150 lb. (10,500 kg), the LG938L wheel loader offers the strength to fulfill multiple load and carry applications. With a standard bucket capacity of 2.4 cu. yds. (1.8 cu m), the LG938L is rated to load and carry up to 6,000 lb. (2,720 kg) of material. The wheel loader has a maximum breakout force of 16,410 lbf (73 kN) with a static tipping load at full turn of 14,860 lb. (6,740 kg). When equipped with the optional long boom, the maximum breakout force is 15,290 lbf (68 kN) with a rated full-turn tip-
ping load of 13,500 lb. (6,120 kg). The LG938L is powered by a Tier IVicertified Deutz TCD 6.1 L6 turbocharged, water-cooled engine. Cooled gas recirculation technology in the engine includes a diesel particulate filter (DPF) with automatic, active regeneration, a technology in which the DPF temporarily holds the particulate matter and then incinerates it, further reducing emissions. The process maximizes uptime, occurring without any loss of performance of the wheel loader or efficiency of the engine. The engine generates 160 gross hp (120 kW) and 142 net hp (106 kW). Maintenance on the LG938L is made simple with easy-to-replace dry disc brakes and 17.5-in. (44 cm) bias ply tires. To meet operator preference or machine application, radial tires are available as an option. The LG938L includes a 12-month, 1,500hour warranty.
ic tipping load at full turn of 22,490 lb. (10,200 kg). When equipped with the optional long boom, the wheel loader’s maximum breakout force is 32,820 lbf (146 kN) and rated full-turn tipping load is 20,240 lb. (9,180 kg). The LG959 is equipped with a Deutz D7E LAE3 turbocharged, water-cooled engine meeting Tier III emission requirements. The engine generates maximum output of 224 gross hp (167 kW) and 194 net hp (145 kW). Standard-equipped with 23.5-in. (60 cm) bias ply tires, the LG959 wheel loader features industryleading wet disc brakes. Radial tires are optional. The LG959 includes a 12month, 1,500-hour warranty.
LG959 The LG959 wheel loader, with an operating weight of 38,250 lb. (17,350 kg), has a standard bucket capacity of 4.0 cu. yds. (3.1 cu m) rated to load and carry 10,000 lb. (4,535 kg) of material. The LG959 generates a maximum breakout force of 34,170 lbf (152 kN) with a stat-
Reliability SDLG wheel loaders include standard features that make them versatile to simplify work, including an ISO-interface hydraulic quick coupler for easy attachment changeouts from inside the cab, and full-powered third function hydraulics. The load-sensing, fully hydraulic articulated steering; industry-
leading transmission; low-pressure open center hydraulics; and a reversible engine cooling fan add to the wheel loaders’ reliable performance. ROPS/FOPS cabs on SDLG wheel loaders feature floor-to-ceiling glass, joystick controls, air conditioning, radio with USB interface, and control panel functions in the most modern of operator environments.
SDLG wheel loaders are being made available through an introduction phase with selected industry-leading dealers before further expansion in North America. For more information, visit www.sdlgna.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Kobelco Construction Machinery USA appointed Dennis Hines as a technical parts assistant in support of the brand’s relaunch in North America. Hines brings with him to Kobelco more than 20 years of industry specific parts and technical service experience. Although this position is new to Hines, the Kobelco brand is not. He served as a parts technician for Kobelco from 1988 to 2003. Returning to the company in a similar position ensures he’ll be able to pick up where he left off. “Having the opportunity to rejoin Kobelco’s parts and service team is a great honor,” said Hines. “As a former employee, I am looking forward to once again being part of an organization that is driven by passion; Passion for its people, its products, its service and its customers. Parts and service is so critical in this industry. Kobelco understands that. It’s ingrained in the company culture on every level.” Hines will be responsible for locating parts and fulfilling parts orders and for providing customers and dealers with pricing, availability and lead times. He will assist with inven4:28 P tory control and the overall day-to-day operation of Kobelco’s parts distribution facility in Houston, Texas. “Dennis has a long history and proven track record as a parts assistant,” said George Lumpkins, product marketing manager of Kobelco. “His skills and experience in the industry will benefit our service department tremendously.” For more information, visit www.Kobelco-USA.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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As part of the event, current and former NASCAR stars were pitted against each other in a competition to see who would win the opportunity to pilot the 336E H and actually break ground at Daytona. Each had to operate a Cat 950K wheel loader safely through a course with skill and speed.
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Cat Iron Helps Break Ground on Historic Daytona Rising On July 5, Cat machines participated in the groundbreaking of Daytona Rising, a historic $400 million redevelopment project at Daytona International Speedway. The significance for Daytona parent company International Speedway Corporation (ISC) and Caterpillar Inc. is the longstanding 20-year partnership between the two companies. Additionally, the project marks the largest redevelopment ever at ISC’s 54-year-old flagship motorsports facility and is the first time a Cat 336E H hydraulic hybrid excavator has been used for such a significant undertaking. “There’s no better way to showcase our machines than through participation in the Daytona Rising groundbreaking,” said Greg Towles, manager of the Cat racing program. “When ISC asked us what machines would make sense for an event and project like this, we immediately thought of our new state-of-the-art hydraulic hybrid excavator.” As part of the event, current and former NASCAR stars were pitted against each other in a competition to see who would win the opportunity to pilot the 336E H and actually break ground at Daytona. Current drivers Jeff Burton and Ryan Newman and Trevor Bayne and Greg Biffle competed against former NASCAR greats Darrell Waltrip and crew chief Larry McReynolds in a unique relay race. Each had to
operate a Cat 950K wheel loader safely through a course with skill and speed, and the team of Bayne and Biffle came out on top. “When I was approached to do the competition, I was excited because we use Cat equipment at my rock quarry business in Virginia, and I understand the importance of owning fuel-efficient equipment,” said Biffle. “We have a Cat 980 wheel loader, so I may have had the upper hand. Trevor and I spent time strategizing because we wanted to win and be the first in the seat of the new hybrid. Being the first person to use the hybrid to break ground for the new grandstands at Daytona was truly an honor.” The vision for the redevelopment of the Daytona International Speedway places an emphasis on enhancing the complete fan experience while celebrating the history of the speedway and its many unforgettable moments throughout more than 50 years of racing. Every seat will be replaced with wider and more comfortable seats, and more restrooms and concession stands will be added throughout the facility. Before that work begins, however, site preparation using more Cat gear will take place. And that’s where Mark Scott, president of RA Scott Construction, comes in. His company now owns the 336E H hybrid excavator used in the ground-
breaking and many other Cat machines. “Over the next 90 days or so, our company will be removing existing utilities and installing new storm, sewer, and water lines for the speedway,” said Scott. “We’ll be using the 336E H hybrid excavator along with a standard 336E, a 320E, a 314E, two D3Ks and three 938Ks. We are really looking forward to seeing the fuel savings from the new hybrid Cat.” The redevelopment is expected to be complete by January 2016 — just in time for the 58th Daytona 500. “The redevelopment of Daytona International Speedway reaffirms its status as the ‘World Center of Racing’ for years to come,” said Lesa France Kennedy, ISC vice chairperson and CEO and granddaughter of NASCAR co-founder Bill France Sr. “It is imperative that we build upon my grandfather’s vision to create a world-class facility with premium amenities to provide unparalleled experiences for our guests and partners. Doing so will ensure that the Daytona 500 and all our other events continue to drive our business while serving as a significant economic engine for the region.” For more information, visit www.daytonarising.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
NAPA Awards Industry Leaders Operational Excellence Honors The National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) honored the winners and finalists of its 2012 Operational Excellence Awards on July 15 during the association’s midyear meeting in Boston. The Operational Excellence Awards honor leaders in the asphalt pavement industry for innovation and excellence in marketing, communications and community outreach with the Community Involvement, Outstanding Brochure and Outstanding Web site awards. Companies also are lauded for their responsible practices with the Asphalt Operations Safety Innovations and Ecological awards. The 2012 winners are: • Asphalt Operations Safety Innovations Award: The Lane Construction Corp.,
Cheshire, Conn., for temporary medianaccess bridge and ramp system. • Community Involvement Award: MeadWestvaco Corp., North Charleston, S.C. • Community Involvement Award: Tilcon New York Inc., an Oldcastle Materials Co., Wharton, N.J. • Ecological Award (New Plant): Lakeside Industries, Lacey, Wash., for Durgin Road Asphalt Plant. • Ecological Award (New Plant): Tilcon New York, an Oldcastle Materials Co., Wharton, N.J., for Keasbey Asphalt Plant. • Ecological Award (Existing Plant): Payne & Dolan Inc., Vienna, Wis., for Vienna Control #6 Plant. • Ecological Award (Existing Plant): S.T.
Wooten Corp., Wilson, N.C., for Wilmington Asphalt Plant. • Outstanding Brochure Award: Commercial Asphalt Co., Maple Grove, Minn. • Outstanding Brochure Award: APAC Mid-South Inc., an Oldcastle Materials Co., Birmingham, Ala. • Outstanding Web site Award (Producer Member): Superior Paving, Gainesville, Va., for www.superiorpaving.net. • Outstanding Web site Award (Associate Member): Gray & Son Inc., Timonium, Md., for www.graynson.com. • Outstanding Web site Award (State Asphalt Pavement Association): Flexible Pavements of Ohio for www.flexiblepavements.org.
The Operational Excellence Awards are a counterpart to the annual Quality in Construction Awards, which recognize asphalt paving jobs completed in line with best practices and standards known to yield high-quality asphalt pavements. The NAPA Awards Program recognizes and encourages continuous improvement in all aspects of paving and asphalt operations. The 2013 NAPA Awards program is now accepting nominations. Quality in Construction Award nominations are due by Oct. 31; Operational Excellence Award nominations are due by Dec. 9. For more information, visit www.AsphaltPavement.org/Awards. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Highway Program ‘Year Zero’ Could Cost Industry $2.3B The crisis facing the federal highway pro- they’re terrifying,” Watters, the president gram will send shockwaves through the con- and CEO of Hoffman Equipment in struction equipment industry, Associated Piscataway, N.J., said. “Those are my Equipment Distributors (AED) Vice employees, my coworkers, my colleagues Chairman Tim Watters said July 25. and my friends, and they could very well According to data released by the find themselves out of work if Congress Congress Budget Office (CBO), in FY 2015 doesn’t get its act together and solve this the Highway Trust Fund (HTF) will be problem.” unable to support any highway or transit Watters was speaking at a press conferspending, jeopardizence organized by ing more than $50 Senate Environment billion in annual “For me, those numbers & Public Works investment. Committee Chairman The potential loss aren’t abstract, they’re Barbara Boxer (Dof almost $36 billion Calif.) to draw attenin core annual high- terrifying.” tion to the highway way investment funding crisis. Watters alone would take an Tim Watters said AED would stand enormous toll on the with Boxer as she Associated Equipment Distributors equipment industry. works with her House Each dollar in highand Senate colleagues way spending generates 6.4 cents in equip- to put the HTF back on solid fiscal footing. ment market activity (sales, rental and prod“This isn’t a Democratic or Republican uct support) and dealerships average issue. This is a jobs issue,” Watters said. $606,000 in sales per employee. AED esti- “This is a battle for the health of the conmates the HTF “year zero” scenario will cost struction equipment industry and, more the equipment industry $2.3 billion in lost broadly, the future of the U.S. economy.” (This story also can be found on market activity and threaten more than 3,700 Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at dealership jobs. “For me, those numbers aren’t abstract, www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
(L-R) are Sen. Barbara Boxer; Bud Wright, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO); and Tim Watters, Hoffman Equipment.
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cribbing 25 ft. (7.6 m) away. The four ALL crane operators did the rigging and tag line, while the student volunteer did the hand signals under close supervision. Ayers stopped the procedure several times to point out the possible hazards that can occur during flagging and rigging. â€œThen the crane operators told the students about some recent jobs they had done and told a few cool crane stories,â€? said Owens. The up-close experience seemed to spark the studentsâ€™ interest in a crane industry career, especially when Owens explained that crane technicians, drivers and operators are in high demand. He told them that ALL branches offer a type of mobile crane training apprentice program for high school graduates. Owens concluded the class with a brief overview of the ALL Family of Companies, headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, with 34 branches in the United States and Canada, and presented each student with an ALL baseball cap. â€œSome of the students asked me about a career at ALL,â€? said Owens. â€œIâ€™ll be looking forward to seeing some of them after graduation.â€? For more information, call 800/232-4100 or visit www.allcrane.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guideâ€™s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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ating port that’s one of the busiest on the East coast. We also had to coordinate with the airport. Often, power plants are located 12 miles out of town in the middle of an 8,000acre tract surrounded by nothing but woods, but that definitely wasn’t the case here.” According to Brostowicz, the old plant came online in 1960 and was fueled by oil. The company conducted studies and found that customers would save more than $400 million by tearing down the old unit and building a new one in its place. The new facility will incorporate technology that will use 35 percent less fuel to produce more power. It will rely on low-cost American natural gas as its primary fuel source.
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D.H. Griffin crew processes and loads scrap material from turbine area.
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some of the high steel and duct work. A number of trucks, skid steers and personnel lifts were used on the job. Transporting explosives to the location was a delicate process, although Homeland Security rules prevent officials from discussing any specifics. Unable to provide details, Griffin stressed that safety was a top priority for his crews, who made certain all requirements and regulations had been followed. On the day of the blast, demolition experts inserted dynamite charges in pre-drilled holes at the base of each stack and used explosive charges to blast through the boilers’ steel. Attention to detail was crucial, as was creating the right balance. “We simultaneously blasted from two command posts,” said Griffin. “This was planned so that everything didn’t hit the ground at the same time. We wanted to minimize the seismic vibration. The biggest challenge for us was working inside an oper-
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“It was really impressive to see the professionalism and precision used by the demolition contractor,” said Brotowicz. “This was the third power plant in three years Florida Power & Light has demolished to make way for a new efficient energy center. The speed with which these billion-dollar investment projects are completed is astounding. The Cape Canaveral Energy Center came online at the end of April, the Riviera Beach Energy Center will come online next summer and the Port Everglades center will come online in 2016. We expect to start construction of the new energy center in the first quarter of 2014.” Florida Power & Light projects the threesee POWER page 44
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The 2013 YEDP fellows were: • Dario Alvarez, regional sales manager, Plastic Safety Systems Inc., Cleveland, Ohio • Matthew Arp, project manager, Wright Brothers Construction Company Inc., Charleston, Tenn. • Andrew Barash, senior project engineer, CH2M HILL, Seattle, Wash. • Christopher Benson, project manager/operations leader, CH2M HILL, Sacramento, Calif. • Christopher Berger, consultant, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Washington, D.C. • Matthew Bignell, government bid department supervisor, 3M, St. Paul, Minn. • Jay Burleson, director of membership and communications, Florida Transportation Builders Association, Tallahassee, Fla. • Julia Capuchino, design engineer, C.C. Myers Inc., Rancho Cordova, Calif. • Kenzie Cooper, aggregates sales, Lafarge North America Inc., Timonium, Md. • Chad Critcher, vice president, national market leader design build major highway, RS&H, Charlotte, N.C. • Jason Dahlvik, senior associate/project manager, H.W. Lochner, Tampa, Fla. • Charles Dewey, project manager, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Tampa , Fla. • T.J. Dixon, estimator/project manager, LoJac Enterprises, Hermitage, Tenn. • Rachael Elmore, co-owner/manager, Edge Construction, Tremont, Miss. • Jason Estes, project manager, Granite Construction Company, Broomfield, Colo. • Jihane Fazio, project manager, AECOM, Philadelphia, Pa. • Joseph Fazio, division leader/project manager, TranSystems, Philadelphia, Pa. • Miguel Fernandez, plant manager, CEMEX USA, Miami, Fla. • James Gregg, project manager, HNTB Corporation, Baton Rouge, La. • Mike Hahn, project manager, Lunda Construction Company, Black River Falls, Wis. • Robert Harms, chief executive officer, George Harms Construction Co. Inc., Farmingdale, N.J. • Heather Heindel, associate, Kilpatrick Townsend, Atlanta, Ga. • Michael Hutchinson, senior project manager, HNTB Corporation, Austin, Texas • Conner Jensch, project engineer, Hoffman Construction Company, Black River Falls, Wis. • David Jeong, associate professor, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa • Bradford Johnson, project manager, CDM Smith, Lexington, Ky. • David Johnson, project sponsor, Kiewit Infrastructure South Co., Peachtree City, Ga. • Jason Keen, assistant controller, Lehman-Roberts Company, Memphis, Tenn. • Jason Kerby, D&C manager, NTE Mobility Partners, North Richland Hills, Texas • Meridith Krebs, lead environmental planner, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Nashville, Tenn. • Caleb Linn, project manager, PCL Civil Constructors, Chesapeake, Va. • Megan K. MacLaughlin-Barck, president/ owner, Larson Construction Co. Inc., Chippewa Falls, Wis. • James Maloney, vice president, Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. • Lucas Olson, central regional streetcar director, HDR Engineering, Minneapolis, Minn. • Gina Parker, program marketing specialist, 3M, St. Paul, Minn. • John Payne, area construction manager, Rogers Group Inc., Knoxville, Tenn. • Shane Petersen, senior vice president and district manager, Kiewit Infrastructure West Co., Vancouver, Wash. • Robert Plumb, west coast regional manager, ORAFOL Reflective Solutions Americas, Avon, Conn. • Michael Prince, project manager, Wright Brothers Construction Company Inc., Charleston, Tenn. • Andrew Rogers, estimator/project manager, Granite Construction Company, Tucson, Ariz. • Edward Rottmann, rental operations coordinator, Stowers Machinery Corporation, Knoxville, Tenn. • Brett Shankles, project manager, Bryant Contracting Inc., Toano, Va. • Paul Silberman, director of transportation planning, Sabra, Wang & Associates Inc., Columbia, Md. • Tony Skulick, sales manager, CEMEX USA, El Dorado Hills, Calif. • Christopher Sweat, construction manager, Smith Seckman Reid Inc., Elizabethon, Tenn. • Cecily Way, lead transportation planner, Parsons Brinckerhoff, San Diego, Calif. • Justin Wilson, executive vice president, Wilson & Associates P.C., Franklin, Tenn. • Carol Wynperle, supervising engineer, Parsons Brinckerhoff, New York, N.Y. For more information, visit www.artba.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Richard Bright, founder and president of the sales and marketing consulting firm Bright Concepts Inc., Elkridge, Md., has been named chief operating officer of the American Subcontractors Association, effective July 1, 2013. As chief operating officer, Bright will manage all non-advocacy-related aspects of ASA, including membership development, chapter relations, communications and operations/administration. Bright has served as ASA’s chapter liaison for several years, working with ASA chapters on association management issues and implementing strategic membership recruitment and retention initiatives. He has served as interim chief
“Richard has extensive experience in association management and has established relationships with ASA chapters and chapter leaders.” Jack Austhof Sobie Company Inc.
operating officer since April 1, 2013. Bright is a veteran sales executive with broad experience in all aspects of sales and marketing, new business development, project management, business and strategic planning, and fund raising. “Richard has extensive experience in association management and has established relationships with ASA chapters and chapter leaders. ASA is excited to bring him on board to chart ASA’s new course of change and renovation,” said 2013-14 ASA President Jack Austhof, Sobie Company Inc., Dutton, Mich. “ASA is equally as excited to have Colette Nelson lead ASA’s advocacy program. The future of ASA will be as strong as ever.” In her role as ASA’s chief advocacy officer, E. Colette Nelson focuses on further strengthening ASA’s government and industry advocacy efforts on behalf of construction subcontractors, specialty trade contractors and suppliers. She has served in this role since April 1, 2013. Nelson has nearly 40 years of experience in government and industry advocacy. She has long represented ASA on key subcontractor issues, including prompt payment, retainage and risk allocation. She also has been deeply involved in representing ASA and subcontractor interests within the construction industry, including as a leading advocate for the development and establishment of ConsensusDocs. For more information, visit www.asaonline.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Road Institute Releases 2013 - 2014 Training Schedule Road Institute has released its 2013 - 2014 training schedule for road building industry professionals. The course curriculum offers two- to five-day training sessions beginning mid-October and continuing through May 2014, with training in Chambersburg, Pa., and Phoenix. Road Institute sessions cover a wide variety of focus areas, including asphalt paving and compactor training, and are designed to help attendees garner the most from their equipment on every application, with a balance of classroom-style instruction and hands-on learning. Instructors at the Road Institute bring nearly 50 years of combined teaching and field experience in a multitude of compaction and paving projects that span the globe. “We work to combine the firsthand knowledge our instructors have received over the years to each course, but also, the insights and tips that thousands of students have shared with us and one another,” said Wade Turlington, director of product and sales education. “These combined lessons help us reach our goal of ensuring every attendee walks away with the ability to take a smarter approach to every application moving forward. The combined classroom-style and hands-on learning ensures students have an opportunity to apply the knowledge they gain, and address any questions that may arise as they apply new knowledge in the hands-on learning sessions.” Courses are offered in asphalt paver and compactor operation maintenance and applications; screed operation; soil compaction operations; and automatic grade and slope control systems. Topics in each session range from daily and weekly maintenance to the operation and application of asphalt paving. Safety — a core value of Volvo — is a key component of the instruction in each course. “I have nearly 20 years of paving and compacting experience, and I took away so many lessons that I’ve been able to apply on our jobs that have helped us operate more efficiently, more safely — and — have allowed us to deliver higher quality jobs,” 2013 Road Institute student Mike Escher, owner of M.C.E. Dirtworks, said. “The most valuable thing is that the instructors don’t speak from a podium, they have firsthand experience with the challenges that can come up on paving and compaction jobs — from traffic control to compacting cul-de-sacs — and they apply that to their instruction.” Class size is limited for ideal instructor-to-student ratios and team learning. Tuition is $750 per student per three- to five-day course, or $500 for two-day seminars. Registration and hotel information is available online at roadinstitute.com. A 20 percent discount will be given to those who register by Sept. 30 for all classes held October through December. For more information on the Road Institute or to register for classes, visit roadinstitute.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
Road Institute 2013 – 2014 Course Schedule Automatic Grade and Slope Systems • March 18 - 20, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Grader Hydraulic and Electric Systems (Step 1) • April 28 - May 2, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Large Asphalt Compactor Mechanics (Step 1) • Nov. 5 - 7, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. • Jan. 28 - 30, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Large Asphalt Compactor Mechanics (Step 2) • April 15 - 17, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. MT2000 Hydraulic and Electrical Systems (Step 1) • Dec. 9 - 13, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. • Jan. 6 - 10, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. • Feb. 24 - 28, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. MT2000 Hydraulic and Electrical Systems (Step 2) • April 8 - 10, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. MW500 Hydraulic and Electrical Systems (Step 1) • Nov. 19 - 21, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. Paver and Compactor Operation and Maintenance • Oct. 15 - 18, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. • Nov. 5 - 8, 2013, Phoenix • Dec. 10 - 13, 2013, Phoenix • Jan. 7 - 10, 2014, Phoenix • Jan. 14 - 17, 2014, Phoenix • Feb. 11 - 14, 2014, Phoenix • March 11 - 14, 2014, Phoenix • April 8 - 11, 2014, Phoenix • May 6 - 9, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. • May 13 - 16, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Paver and Compactor Operation and Maintenance, Warm-mix Asphalt • Nov. 12 - 15, 2013, Phoenix • Jan. 28 - 31, 2014, Phoenix • Feb. 18 - 21, 2014, Phoenix • March 25 - 28, 2014, Phoenix • April 22 - 25, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa.
Paver Hydraulic and Electrical Systems — Blaw-Knox Pavers (Step 1) • March 31 - April 4, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Paver Hydraulic and Electrical Systems — P7000-Series Pavers (Step 1) • Jan. 20 - 24, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. • Feb. 24 - 28, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. • March 17 - 21, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Paver Hydraulic and Electrical Systems — P7000-Series Pavers (Step 2) • March 11 - 13, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Paver Hydraulic and Electrical Systems — PF6000Series Pavers (Step 1) • Feb. 3 - 7, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Paver Screed Operation and Adjustment • Nov. 19 - 21, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. • Feb. 4 - 6, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. • Feb. 25 - 27, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. • April 1 - 3, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Paving and Compaction Application Seminar • Dec. 17 - 18, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. • Jan. 22 - 23, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. • April 29 - 30, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Small Asphalt Compactor Mechanics (Step 1 and 2) • Nov. 19 - 21, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. • Feb. 11 - 13, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. • April 22 - 24, 2014, Chambersburg Pa. Soil Compaction Application Seminar • Oct. 29 - 30, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. • May 20 - 21, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Soil Compactor Mechanics (Step 1) • Oct. 29 - 31, 2013, Chambersburg, Pa. • Jan. 14 - 16, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa. Soil Compactor Mechanics (Step 2) • March 25 - 27, 2014, Chambersburg, Pa.
China Bans Construction of Government Buildings for Five Years BEIJING (AP) China’s leaders have banned the construction of government buildings for five years as another step in a frugality drive that aims to calm public anger at corruption. The general offices of the Communist Party’s central committee and China’s Cabinet jointly issued the directive July 23, according to the official Xinhua News Agency. No directive was immediately available online. Across China, grand government buildings with oversized offices and fancy light-
ing have mushroomed in many cities. They are often among the most impressive buildings in their own towns, drawing disapproval from the public. President Xi Jinping has spearheaded a campaign to cut through pomp, formality and waste among senior officials that have alienated many ordinary citizens. This year, high-end restaurants have reported a downturn in business as government departments and state-owned companies canceled banquets.
Xinhua reported that the directive orders an “across-the-board halt’’ to construction of official buildings, and “glitzy” structures built as training centers, hotels or government motels. Some government agencies have built such buildings in seaside resorts and other scenic spots as a perk for their officials and employees who can stay for free or at deeply discounted prices. They sometimes open to the public as profit-making ventures. Xinhua said the directive noted that some departments and localities have built govern-
ment office compounds in violation of regulations, which has tainted the image of the Communist Party and the government and stirred vehement public disapproval. It added that the directive calls on party and government bodies to be frugal and ensure that government spending goes toward developing the economy and boosting living standards. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Equipment Lease Finance Industry Confidence Up in July The Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation (the Foundation) released the July 2013 Monthly Confidence Index for the Equipment Finance Industry (MCI-EFI). Designed to collect leadership data, the index reports a qualitative assessment of both the prevailing business conditions and expectations for the future as reported by key executives from the $725 billion equipment finance sector. Overall, confidence in the equipment finance market is 59.4, an increase from the June index of 57.3, reflecting industry participants’ increasing optimism despite continued moderate demand for equipment. When asked about the outlook for the future, MCI survey respondent Russell Nelson, president, CoBank Farm Credit Leasing, said, “Demand for replacement/additions of equipment and facilities remains steady to increasing, with rising interest rates and equipment costs accelerating capital expenditures through the remainder of 2013. We have growing confidence that the economy and business climate will continue to post modest improvement
during the next 18 months.”
• 15.6 percent of survey respondents believe demand for leases and loans to fund July 2013 Survey Results capital expenditures (capex) will increase • When asked to assess their business con- over the next four months, down from 19.4 ditions over the next four months, 25 percent percent in June. 81.3 percent believe of executives responding said they believe demand will “remain the same” during the same four-month time period, up from 71 percent the previous month. 3.1 percent believe demand will decline, down from 9.7 percent in June. • 21.9 percent of executives expect more access to capital to fund equipment acquisitions over the next four months, up from 19.4 percent in June. 78.1 percent of survey respondents Russell Nelson indicate they expect the “same” CoBank Farm Credit Leasing access to capital to fund business, a decrease from 80.6 percent the previous month. No one expects “less” access to business conditions will improve over the capital, unchanged from June. next four months, up from 19.4 percent in • When asked, 25 percent of the execuJune. 71.9 percent of respondents believe tives reported they expect to hire more business conditions will remain the same employees over the next four months, a over the next four months, up from 71 per- decrease from 29 percent in June. 68.8 percent in June. 3.1 percent believe business cent expect no change in headcount over the conditions will worsen, down from 9.7 per- next four months, up from 67.7 percent last cent the previous month. month. 6.3 percent expect fewer employees,
“Demand for replacement/ additions of equipment and facilities remains steady to increasing…”
up from 3.2 percent of respondents who expected fewer employees in June. • 90.6 percent of the leadership evaluates the current U.S. economy as “fair,” unchanged from last month. 9.4 percent rate it as “poor,” also unchanged from June. • 34.4 percent of survey respondents believe that U.S. economic conditions will get “better” over the next six months, an increase from 22.6 percent in June. 62.5 percent of survey respondents indicate they believe the U.S. economy will “stay the same” over the next six months, a decrease from 71 percent in June. 3.1 percent believe economic conditions in the U.S. will worsen over the next six months, a decrease from 6.5 percent who believed so last month. • In July, 31.3 percent of respondents indicate they believe their company will increase spending on business development activities during the next six months, an increase from 25.8 percent in June. 68.8 percent believe there will be “no change” in business development spending, a decrease from 74.2 percent last month. No one believes there will be a decrease in spending, unchanged from June. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
HammerHead Designs World’s Largest Pneumatic Hammer HammerHead Trenchless Equipment unveiled a 34 in. (86 cm) pneumatic pipe ramming hammer at the 2013 Underground Construction Technology International Conference & Exhibition held Jan. 29 through 31 in Houston. The hammer can install casing 48 to 180 in. (122 to 457 cm) in diameter in drainage culvert and washover applications and can be used for pipe assist or pipe extraction, guided pilot bore ramming, and horizontal directional drilling assist. The hammer was recently fieldproven in an Ontario, Canada, washover casing job reported in the January issue of Underground Construction Magazine. The hammer successfully installed 185 ft. (56 m) of 72-in. (183 cm) diameter steel casing. HammerHead CEO and president Brian Metcalf said, “We are excited to offer this extraordinary new product to our customers. Our new solid body 34-inch hammer enables HammerHead to provide solutions to the most challenging of projects on contractor’s job sites worldwide. The amount of power generated through
HammerHead Trenchless Equipment’s new 34-in. (86 cm) pipe-ramming hammer is the largest hammer of its kind in the world.
our unique design and patented air reverse that allows for forward and reverse from the control station will provide contractors with productivity never before available for installation of large diameter pipe. “The release of the world’s largest pneumatic hammer cements our position as the leading manufacturer of pipe ramming and pipe bursting products available in the trenchless market today for the installation of underground utilities.” The 34-in. rammer has already been released for production, and 48-in. collets are already available. Ram adapter cones are currently in development for other sizes ranging from 48 through 180 in. Although the hammer is designed specifically for pipe ramming projects, with custom-built tooling the hammer also can be used for pipe bursting to replace 36-in. pipe and larger. HammerHead will provide custom-built accessories upon request. For more information, call 800/3316653 or visit www.hammerheadtrenchless.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG
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Volvo Penta Tier IVf Engine Uses SCR to Reduce Emissions Since the 1990s, when the engines with DPFs emit the United States, Japan and the same low levels of PM and European Union passed legislaNOx as ours do. But because tion regulating the exhaust they’re configured to perform at emissions from off-road vehioptimum levels, burn less fuel cles, a revolution has been and produce very little smoke, under way in engine technoloour Tier IVf engines have ended gy, yielding a range of exciting up being a much better solunew engine designs and innotion.” vations. The laws have come Though Tier IV Final is into effect over the years in ever major step forward, the process more stringent phases, called of lowering emissions in off“tiers” in the United States and road engines isn’t over yet — “stages” in Europe. In 2014, the there are more stringent regulalegislation will enter its latest, tions in the pipeline for years to most rigorous phase: from Jan. come. 1, all off-road engines with output over 75 kW (in the United Volvo Penta Tier IV States) and 130 kW (in the EU) Final Engines will have to meet Tier IV Volvo Penta’s range of five Final/Stage IV requirements, new Tier IVf engine platforms which reduce NOx and PM will be available for delivery in emissions by 99 percent over 2014. The engines share a compre-legislation levels. mon design concept, making But not all Tier IVf engines installation easy and intuitive are created equal. While there for OEMs that use multiple are several ways an engine can engine sizes in their prodbe configured to meet Tier IVf Volvo Penta has created a new line of powucts. emissions levels, Volvo Penta erful low-maintenance, low-emissions • Five liters: The has created a new line of pow- engines that’s set to hit the market in 2014. TAD570/71/72VE, a 4erful low-maintenance, lowcylinder, 105 to 160 kW emissions engines that’s set to hit the market — a massive 80 percent reducengine with a max torque of tion. in 2014. 900 Nm. The solution was to improve • Eight liters: The the selective catalytic reduction Why Lower Emissions? TAD870/71/72/73VE, a 6The legislation regulates several kinds of (SCR) technology that Volvo cylinder, 160 to 235 kW harmful exhaust emissions, including nitrous Penta had already implemented in engine with a max torque of oxides (NOx) and particulate matter (PM). its Tier IVi engine generation. 1,300 Nm. The importance of lowering NOx and PM With SCR technology, AdBlue is • Eleven liters: The levels cannot be understated. Particulate injected into the exhaust line and With SCR technology, AdBlue is injected into the exhaust line TAD1170/71//72VE, a 6matter presents itself as black soot and reacts with NOx in the catalytic and reacts with NOx in the catalytic converter to turn the harm- cylinder, 235 to 285 kW smoke; besides creating an unpleasant odor, converter to turn the harmful ful compound into nitrogen and water. engine with a max torque of it can cause lung irritation and, in some compound into nitrogen and 1,950 Nm. cases, cancer and heart disease. Nitrous water. Another crucial part of • Thirteen liters: The oxide, on the other hand, is responsible for Volvo Penta’s Tier IVf solution is light requires many extra parts — from air pumps TAD1371/72/73/74/75VE, a 6-cylinder, 285 creating acid rain, as well as producing exhaust gas recirculation (light EGR). and compressors to ignition coils — all of to 405 kW engine with a max torque of Because NOx is created at very high tem- which can fail or need replacing. ground-level ozone and smog. 2,650 Nm. While most engine manufacturers peratures, the EGR further contributes to • Sixteen liters: The TAD1670/71/72VE, reducing NOx by lowering the peak com- installed a DPF to meet Tier IVi and SCR to a 6-cylinder, 405 to 515 kW engine with a The Emissions Paradox meet Tier IVf regulations, Volvo Penta uses max torque of 3,200 Nm. But in the process of eliminating these bustion temperature. just SCR in its Tier IVf engines — a simpler, two harmful substances, there’s an unfortuVolvo Penta also will introduce a bi-fuel more straightforward solution for customers, engine for power generation, powered by How It’s Different nate tradeoff: whenever NOx is decreased, Many of Volvo Penta’s competitors have with fewer parts and less maintenance than a natural gas and diesel fuel and tailored to PM will increase, while if PM levels are attacked the problem from another angle, DPF, according to the manufacturer. lowered, NOx levels will rise. applications in the oil and gas exploration “Because we believed that reducing NOx markets. To meet each phase of the legislation, configuring their base engines’ combustion Volvo Penta has configured its base engines rate to produce low levels of NOx but emit and PM emissions to Tier IVf levels could be Sixteen liters: The TWG1663GE, a 6to emit very low levels of PM. However, due high levels of PM. Their solution is to add a achieved with just SCR, we put all our effort cylinder, 60 Hz/1800 rpm (with fan) engine. to a high combustion temperature, these diesel particulate filter (DPF), which cap- into improving that technology — and mak- Prime power: 595 kWm/559 kWe/699 kVa. engines produce NOx if they’re not further tures the soot and periodically incinerates it ing sure we didn’t need to use a DPF, which Standby: 654 kWm/615 kWe/768 kVa. altered in some way. And NOx emissions are down to harmless ash in a process called can end up being more hassle for cus- Generator efficiency: 94 percent. in sharp focus in the Tier IV Final phase: regeneration. Though effective, this tomers,” said David Hanngren, manager of For more information, visit while Tier IV Interim had drastically approach has its own drawbacks, including industrial product planning at Volvo Penta. www.volvopenta.com. reduced both NOx and PM from Tier III lev- higher fuel consumption. 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U.S. Senate Committee Accepts ICPI Provision on THUD Bill The U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee has agreed to include a permeable pavements provision in the committee report to accompany the Senate version of the “THUD” Appropriations Bill. The language was drafted and offered to the Senate by the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute, ICPI. “THUD” is the key appropriation to fund all activities by the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration, and is of paramount interest to all transportation business stakeholders. David Pitre, ICPI’s board chairman-elect, hailed the action taken by the Senate Committee as an “extension and expansion of the language that ICPI secured on the MAP-21 Transportation Authorization law. ICPI is helping government institutions at all levels overcome outmoded barriers to adoption and increase the use of pavers to obtain their public policy benefits in transportation.” The permeable pavements appropriation language is the first action by ICPI in the appropriations element of transportation issues on Capitol Hill. Charles McGrath, ICPI’s executive director, added that “ICPI’s activities on this effort reflect the association’s commitment to
grow paver penetration into the huge U.S. transportation network as a mainstream technology to expand and upgrade the transportation infrastructure.” The provision offered by ICPI is included in Senate Report 113-45, and urges the U.S. Secretary of Transportation to expend discretionary funds to address the purposes set forth in MAP-21. However, the appropriations provision expands USDOT/FHWA activities to include testing of high-traffic permeable pavements using infiltration concrete or asphalt bases, validation of hydrologic/hydraulic/pollutant removal performance data and modeling, and data collection and reporting on permeable pavements, installation, maintenance and life cycle costs. The committee provision further directs USDOT to issue reports on its findings to State and municipal transportation agencies. “ICPI staff are working closely with USDOT/FHWA officials to implement the new policy and encourage the agencies to allocate discretionary funds to these tasks,” said McGrath. Randall Pence of Capitol Hill Advocates, ICPI’s Government Affairs Counsel, commented that “the ICPI appropriations provi-
sion was made possible in large part by the prior placement of the permeable pavements language in MAP-21. Procedurally, the provisions are designed to work in tandem, and also to lay the foundation for the successor bill to MAP-21.”
Appropriations Committee, particularly Sens. Patty Murray (D-WA) and Susan Collins (R-ME), for their bipartisan work on the THUD subcommittee. Collins is particularly interested in how permeable pavements can provide environmentally-friendly stormwater reduction enhancements to the nation’s transportation infrastructure. In addition, ICPI thanked Sen. David Vitter (R-LA), a key player in passing MAP-21, who signed a letter to the appropriations committee supporting the inclusion of the permeable pavements language. Charles McGrath Floor action was expected on both Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute the Senate and House versions of the THUD Appropriations Bill during the At least one Senate staff member called week of July 22. ICPI is lobbying the House the ICPI action “a bold move” on the heels Committee on Appropriations with respect of ICPI securing permeable pavements lan- to ICPI’s support for the Senate language. guage on MAP-21 a short time ago — the ICPI has asked the House Committee to first appearance of permeable pavements accept the Senate language during the policy sought by ICPI. Nonetheless, ICPI upcoming House-Senate conference to conwas able to convince members of the Senate solidate all proposals into a final bill to be that permeable pavements should share the signed into law. future of the U.S. transportation infrastrucFor more information, visit www.icpi.org. (This story also can be found on ture. Pitre, McGrath and Pence jointly praised Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at the leadership and foresight of the Senate www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
“ICPI staff are working closely with USDOT/FHWA officials to implement the new policy…”
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year construction will create about 650 jobs and produce roughly $20 million in new tax revenue annually to local governments and schools. Electricity from the plant will power 260,000 homes and businesses. By leveraging technology, the new energy center will reportedly cut the carbon dioxide emissions rate in half and reduce overall air emissions by more than 90 percent. Florida Power & Light compares the emissions savings to removing 46,000 cars from I-95 per year. Although it will be years before the new plant is constructed and fully operational, crews have plenty to keep them busy. “We will be clearing tens of thousands of tons of debris from the site in the coming months,” said Brostowicz. “There are several types of hydraulic track excavators that will be used to help prepare debris for removal.” Hydraulic track excavators with shearing attachments for cutting the steel structures are among several machines on site. The excavators are equipped with grapples for separating and loading trucks with steel. A specialized hydraulic machine with a magnet attachment is used to handle structural and reinforcing steel. Traditional track loaders
will be assisting in the loading of concrete materials. Hundreds of truckloads will be used to remove 98 percent of the debris from the site and take it to appropriate recycling facilities. During the implosion, nearby traffic was stopped briefly so that motorists weren’t distracted or alarmed by the activity. The Coast Guard and marine police established a perimeter in the waters around Port Everglades and the power plant to ensure that boaters did not enter the safety exclusion zone. In addition, access on land was restricted. Retired and current Florida Power & Light employees, business owners and elected officials were among the thousands who turned out for the dramatic demolition, and was described by Brostowicz as emotional for many who witnessed it. “The four 350-foot candy-cane striped smokestacks were a part of the skyline for decades,” said Brostowicz. “Their location near the Fort Lauderdale airport, the interstate, beaches and port made them a familiar landmark for millions of South Floridians and visitors.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG
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CASE 580N 580 Super N 580 Super N WT 590 Super N
Loader SAE HP (kw)
Loader Lift Capacity lbs. (kg)
78 (58) 95 (71) 95 (71) 108 (81)
6,803 (3,086) 7,044 (3,195) 8,425 (3,821) 8,425 (3,821)
CATERPILLAR 416F 420F 420F IT 430F 430F IT 450F
87 (64.9) 93 (69.3) 93 (69.3) 107 (78.7) 107 (78.7) 127 (94.7)
(74.5) 766III Standard Stick 100
JOHN DEERE 310K EP 310K 310SK 310SK TC 410K 410K TC 710K
KUBOTA B26 L39 L45 M59
70 (52) 88 (66) 97 (72) 102 (76) 107 (80) 106 (79) 130 (97)
23.3 (17.4) 37.4 (27.9) 42.5 (31.7) 57 (42.5)
NEW HOLLAND B95C B95C TC B95C LR B110C
Loader Breakout Force lbs. (kg)
97 (72) 97 (72) 97 (72) 110 (82)
6,751 (3,062) 7,237 (3,237) 8,137 (3,691) 7,237 (3,283) 8,173 (3,691) 7,871 (3,570)
6,600 (2,994) 6,600 (2,994) N/A 7,215 (3,272) 7,200 (3,269) 6,815 (3,091) 9,277 (4,208)
1,300 (590) 2,767 (1,255) 2,200 (1,000) 3,968 (1,800)
7,996 (3,627) 6,200 (2,812) 7,996 (3,627) 7,996 (3,627)
Backhoe Loading Height ft. (m)
10,622 (4,818) 10,947 (4,965) 10,873 (4,932) 12,776 (5,795)
11.8 (3.6) 12 (3.7) 12 (3.7) 13 (4)
Max Digging Depth ft. (m)
Travel Speed 4th Gear Fwd MPH (kmh)
14.8 (4.5) 14.5 (4.4) 14.5 (4.4) 15.5 (4.7)
24.3 (39.1) 23.6 (37.9) 23 (37) 23 (37)
Operating Weight lbs. (kg) 14,564 (6,606) 17,226 (7,814) 19,985 (9,065) 20,458 (9,280)
25 (40) 25 (40) 25 (40) 25 (40) 26 (42) 26 (42)
14,953 (6,783) 15,395 (6,938) 15,829 (7,180) 15,708 (7,125) 16,142 (7,322) 24,141 (10,950)
9,350 (4,241) 9,350 (4,241) 11,051 (5,013) 11,450 (5,194) 10,300 (4,672) 10,640 (4,826) 15,540 (7,048)
11.0 (3.4) 10.9 (3.3) 11.2 (3.4) 11.2 (3.4) 12.5 (3.8) 11.2 (3.4) 14.3 (4.4)
17.9 (5.5) 17.9 (5.5) 18.4 (5.6) 18.4 (5.6) 20.0 (6.1) 20.0 (6.1) 22.3 (6.8)
18.6 (29.9) 20.6 (33.1) 20.4 (32.8) 20.5 (32.9) 20.4 (32.8) 20.4 (32.8) 21.8 (35.2)
14,352 (6,510) 14,469 (6,563) 15,194 (6,892) 19,855 (9,006) 17,024 (7,721) 20,494 (9,294) 22,970 (10,419)
2,344 (1,063) 3,560 (1,615) 4,530 (2,055) 5,961 (2,704)
6.4 (1.9) 7.6 (2.3) 7.6 (2.3) 8.8 (2.9)
11.1 (17.8) 14.7 (23.6) 14.9 (24.0) 15.9 (25.6)
4,001 (1,815) 6,987 (3,170) 7,173 (3,254) 8,344 (3,785)
10,294 (4,669) 8,182 (3,711) 10,294 (4,669) 10,294 (4,669)
12.5 (3.67) 12.5 (3.67) 12.6 (3.85) 13 (3.96)
12,281 (5,571) 11,283 (5,118) 11,575 (5,250) 11,283 (5,118) 11,575 (5,250) 11,375 (5,160)
11.9 (3.6) 11.9 (3.6) 11.9 (3.6) 13 (4.0) 13 (4.0) 14.6 (4.4)
14.3 (4.4) 14.3 (4.4) 14.3 (4.4) 15.4 (4.7) 15.4 (4.7) 17.3 (5.3)
8.3 (2.5) 10.1 (3) 10.1 (3) 12.0 (3.6)
14.5 (4.42) 14.5 (4.42) 15.5 (4.72) 15.5 (4.72)
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Backhoe Bucket Attachment Provides ‘7-in-1’ Versatility Throughout the past decade, contractors have increasingly expected more from their jobsite tools. For example, a mobile phone is no longer just a mobile phone; it’s a mobile office — connecting the owner to others via phone, text, e-mail, video, photos and social media channels at any time, in any place. With technology advancing so rapidly, it’s no wonder contractors expect the same convenience and ability to multitask from their other tools, like their construction equipment. And, backhoe loaders are no exception. “Backhoe loaders are designed with the specific purpose of being versatile on any job site,” said Jon Beckley, Terex global product manager of backhoe loaders. “Perfect for contractors with applications requiring the versatility of a wheel loader and the functionality of an excavator. The dual functionality of these loaders increases job site productivity and helps cut operating costs — the best of both worlds in one package.” With margins on job site bids tight, contractors are relying more heavily than ever on these machines, and more specifically, on the attachments — buckets, hydraulic breakers, augers, pallet forks, brooms, grapples, and snow plows, to name a few — that make them so versatile. And, according to Beckley, to increase what one backhoe loader can accomplish on a job site, contractors should consider investing in a 7-in-1 bucket attachment. One Attachment Does It All Originally developed by the Drott Company and known as the 4-in-1 bucket, this attachment has been referred to over the years as a multi-purpose or the double four bucket. Today, many contractors call it the 7in-1 bucket to highlight this attachment’s seven main functions: 1) Digging 2) Loading 3) Dozing 4) Scraping 5) Spreading and leveling 6) Grabbing 7) Lifting “Contractors have discovered the key to staying busy year-round is to reduce the amount of work they subcontract,” said Beckley, “and keep as much business as they can for their own crews. One way to do this is by investing in attachments, giving their equipment the ability to do more. The 7-in-1 bucket is the ideal attachment for general contractors, landscapers, municipalities and rental yards — for anyone who wants to increase a backhoe loader’s versatility for a greater return on investment.” According to Beckley, the 7-in-1 bucket makes many job site tasks easier and quick-
With margins on job site bids tight, contractors are relying more heavily than ever on these machines, and more specifically, on the attachments — buckets, hydraulic breakers, augers, pallet forks, brooms, grapples, and snow plows, to name a few — that make them so versatile.
er to complete, but in several markets, contractors have been slow to realize the full potential of this attachment. “When contractors better understand what this attachment can do, and how it does it,” said Beckley, “they appreciate how the 7-in1 bucket saves time and money, as well as opens up more job opportunities.” To prove what the 7-in-1 bucket can truly do, Beckley offered operating tips for each of the bucket’s seven functions. Digging and Loading When digging with the clamshell closed, Beckley said, the 7-in-1 bucket can be filled by crowding back as the operator pushes the loader into the pile of job site material. In tougher material, the bucket can be rocked forwards and backwards to assist filling. Pressing the transmission de-clutch button on the loader control lever, makes more engine power available to the hydraulic circuit to increase the loader’s performance. Also, Beckley said, the bucket can be filled by opening the clamshell and pulling the material back from the stockpile, then closing the clamshell while the loader is on the move or stationary. For dumping, or loading, with the 7-in-1 bucket, Beckley said that operators can use two methods: Forward dump in the normal way, or bottom dump for extra clearance. The clamshell can be used to push and evenly distribute the load across the truck body. Dozing For this task, Beckley advised operators to
place the 7-in-1 bucket on the ground with the clamshell fully open. The depth of the cut is regulated by tilting the mouldboard cutting edge — forward for a deeper cut, and backwards for a lesser degree of cut. Scraping To use the 7-in-1 bucket for scraping tasks, operators can place the bucket on the ground and open the clamshell until the indicator is set to the desired depth of cut. When moving forward, the mouldboard cutting edge penetrates the ground until the clamshell cutting edge makes contact and acts as a depth gauge. The mouldboard is designed to give a “boiling action” effect to assist in filling the bucket. Spreading and Leveling According to Beckley, to spread material, the clamshell is progressively opened on the move. And for leveling, the bucket is placed on the ground with the clamshell fully opened, the backhoe loader than operates in both forward and reverse directions to give a level finish. Grabbing For grabbing and handling a wide variety of materials, the 7-in-1 bucket is opened and then lowered over the object. The clamshell is then closed and its powerful clamping action grips the object in the bucket. And, for picking up the last of the material using the 7-in-1 bucket, adds Beckley, operators need to close the clamshell and crowd the bucket back simultaneously. Selecting the float position on the loader
control lever keeps the bucket on the ground to help pick up all the material and leave a clean finish, according to Beckley. Lifting During lifting and lowering tasks, the flip over pallet forks on the 7-in-1 bucket are leveled manually with the control lever. And, Beckley said, the object handling kit, including the lifting eye feature, is required when lifting objects with the 7-in-1 bucket. Making the Investment Before investing in any new piece of equipment, contractors want to know that their investment will increase their revenue potential. Because 7-in-1 buckets can be a large capital investment, contractors need to work with their equipment distributor to best understand if it is the right attachment to add to their fleet. “It is important that equipment distributors understand what their customers want to do with the backhoe loader,” said Beckley. “This includes asking contractors what are the main applications they do with their backhoe loader, what attachments they currently use, what tasks are they very productive at and what tasks do they have trouble doing with their current attachment fleet. “By working together, equipment distributors can set the right expectations about what the 7-in-1 bucket can accomplish and contractors can make sure it will be good return on their investment.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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JCB Debuts Tier IV, Tier IVi JCB Ecomax Powered Backhoe Range Marking the 60th anniversary of the invention of the backhoe loader by Mr. JCB, the company that bears his initials now introduces the world’s most productive, efficient, powerful and comfortable backhoe loader available. JCB’s solution to Tier IV and Tier IV interim emissions legislation are on display as the expanded JCB backhoe loader range, with the introduction of the new entry level specification 3CX, powered by the JCB Ecomax engine make their debut. JCB, with its Ecomax engine, is the only leading equipment manufacturer in the world to have met the stringent Tier IVF (74 HP) and Tier IV interim (91 and 109 hp) emissions legislation without the use of diesel particulate filter (DPF) or after-treatment, according to the manufacturer. JCB has met the legislation through the use of in-cylinder technologies resulting in a cleaner, more efficient combustion process. This has eliminated the need for any external exhaust after-treatment meaning no diesel particulate filter (DPF) or additives such as Ad-Blue, significantly reducing operating costs. History of Innovation The JCB Ecomax builds on the success of the original Dieselmax engine and retains the same key characteristics such as high torque at low engine revs, robustness and reliability as well as low noise and vibration. It has been developed following a $126 million investment program and has undergone more than 110,000 hours of testing across a range of diverse applications, machines and environments. Customer Benefits As well as the obvious environmental benefit with the reduction in emissions, the JCB Ecomax engine also will offer customers improved torque throughout the rev range coupled with noticeably reduced fuel consumption and lower running and ownership costs. JCB Ecomax engines can run on standard engine oils, unlike engines with after treatment solutions, which require a more expensive heat resistant lube oil to function correctly resulting in lower serving costs. The no-after treatment approach also allows for a recalibration option that makes it possible for JCB dealers to recalibrate the Ecomax engine to a non emmissionized state, without any hardware changes. In effect, this recalibration takes the engine out of the EPA emissions tier system, and opens it up for export to non-legislated countries that only offer lower quality, higher sulfur content fuels. This maximizes the residual value of the machine for customers, without sacrificing the Ecomax advantages. With no DPF or other after-treatment solution required, this also means that the dimensions of the engine and its space claim on the machine are unchanged from Tier III. This removes the need for any increase in mainframe length or hood size maintaining the machines’ maneuverability and visibility. The JCB Ecomax engine range has been extended, both up and down in terms of power output, and will be fitted into machines spanning the 74 hp (Tier IVF) and 91 to 173 hp (Tier IVi) range, including JCB backhoe loaders, Loadall telescopic handlers, wheel loaders, the TM range of telescopic boom wheel loaders, JS excavators, rough terrain forklifts and skid steer loaders.
Backhoe Loader The introduction of the Tier IVF (74 hp) and Tier IVi (91 and 109 hp) solution sees an expansion of the JCB backhoe loader range, with the introduction of the new entry level specification 3CX-14. This new entry level 3CX is powered by the Tier IV Final compliant 74 hp JCB Ecomax engine, providing a 5 percent reduction in fuel usage, as well as the new dual synchro JCB SynchroShuttle transmission as standard giving the operator smoother and easier gear changes all while being a quieter transmission. The new 3CX retains the triple gear pump EcoDig hydraulic system, allowing the operator to drop the engine revs while operating the backhoe and still maintain the high flow rate needed for fast cycles times and productivity but using up to 16 percent less fuel than its competitors, added benefits of this system are lower engine noise and wear and tear to the engine. The cab height on the 3CX is 6 in. (15 cm) lower than that of the deluxe model 3CX Supers, without sacrificing the operator space. From there, the deluxe end of the range starts with the family of 3CX Supers, powered with the larger 91 hp and 109 hp Tier IVi compliant JCB Ecomax engine and coming standard with the JCB Powershift transmission along with the new 44 gpm (166 Lpm) variable flow hydraulic pump. These pumps are configured to perfectly match hydraulic flow and pressure to the demands placed on the system yielding up to 6 percent fuel efficiency improvement on top of improved efficiency already achieved by the Ecomax engine itself. The new variable flow pump also results in lower lever efforts, reduced noise levels and rapid control response for up to 30 percent faster cycle times, according to the manufacturer. Rounding out the top of the range are the four-wheel steer 4CX Supers, coming in at 109 hp, and also featuring the JCB Powershift transmission and the new 44 gpm variable flow hydraulic system. All of the new Ecomax engines offer increased, usable torque over their Tier III predecessors. The increased torque is low in the rev range, where it is needed for pushing into a pile with the loader end of the machine and where the hydraulic pumps are tuned to provide good digging power at a lower engine rpm with good torque backup for tough digging applications. All of these advantages come with sizeable fuel savings. The growth of the backhoe range also sees an expansion in the types of controls offered. All machines will have JCB’s classic controls (mechanical “wobble stick” style) to operate the backhoe as standard, while the 3CX Super and 4CX Super will see two additional control options. With JCB Easycontrol, the excavator is controlled via two seat mounted joysticks, giving the operator the same feel and feedback as the classic controls, but with the added benefits of low lever efforts and short throws. With the introduction of the Tier IVi Super range, JCB also has launched its new JCB Advanced Easycontrol, which offers many of the same features as JCB EasyControl, while incorporating the loader controls into the right hand seat controller, giving the operator a low lever effort and short throw servo loader control, as well as simplifying overall operation. A new in cab monitor is standard on all models, reporting fuel consumption and also allowing operator to bypass daily checks by automatically reporting any fluid levels that are below acceptable levels. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Case Offers Variety of Upgrades for Its N Series Backhoes The Case 580N, 580 Super N, 580 Super N Wide Track and 590 Super N loader/backhoes now feature 3.4-L, turbocharged engines, ranging from 78 hp (58 kW) in the 580N to 108 hp (80 kW) in the 590SN.
Case Construction Equipment announced a variety of improvements to its N Series loader/backhoe product line. The upgrades include the application of cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR) emissions-control technology to achieve Tier IV Interim certification, as well as improvements in performance, productivity and maintainability. The Case 580N, 580 Super N, 580 Super N Wide Track and 590 Super N loader/backhoes now feature 3.4-L, turbocharged engines, ranging from 78 hp (58 kW) in the 580N to 108 hp (80 kW) in the 590SN. The Tier IV Interim-certified engine — with CEGR technology — burns cleaner while delivering enhanced horsepower, faster response and up to 4-percent better fuel efficiency under load, according to the manufacturer. Other new standard N Series features include automatic ride control on fourwheel-drive models that engages at roading speeds to help reduce bucket spillage; and remote hydraulic test ports that allow easy, ground level access for service diagnosis to keep the machine up and running, reducing the expense associated with downtime.
Case also has added a standard panel of dipper teeth on the bottom surface of the dipper, along with an optional extension/replacement pack that can expand the area of the dipper covered with serrated teeth. The dipper teeth enable the machine operator to secure unusually shaped or oversized pieces of debris or rock by pinning those objects against the dipper with the bottom of the bucket. The dipper teeth not only provide superior control of materials being moved, but they also protect the dipper from excessive wear. New optional features include a block heater for easy, convenient cold-weather starting, and a remote jump start with master disconnect switch to enhance security and convenience during jump starts. “With these important upgrades to the N Series loader/backhoes, Case maintains our longstanding leadership in providing customers with the industry’s best loader/backhoe product line,” said Rob Marringa, Case brand marketing manager. Case launched its four N Series loader/backhoe models in late 2010, extending a legacy of loader/backhoe leadership that began when Case introduced the
industry’s first factory-integrated loader/backhoe in 1957. The N Series models offer increased backhoe breakout force and lift, along with increased loader breakout force, lift and reach. Case Power Lift Boosts Backhoe Capacity to Move Extra-Heavy Objects Case N Series loader/backhoes offer the power lift feature that channels the hydraulic power directly to the boom with the touch of a button. “As a result, our backhoe lifting capabilities outperform competitive models by as much as 39 percent — while running at low engine RPMs,” Marringa said. The Case N Series machines also deliver more power to the loader, for increased breakout and lift capabilities. The new loader arms are stronger and longer, providing greater loader reach. This lets operators dump material into the center of a truck for faster loading and increased payloads. The Case N Series loader/backhoes offer several transmission choices, including the Powershift S-Type, Powershift H-Type and Powershuttle options. All transmission
choices are available on the 580SN, 580SN WT and 590SN. The 580N offers the Powershift S-Type and Powershuttle transmissions. The N Series machines deliver improved cycle times and efficiencies through the new variable volume hydraulic (VVH) system. The VVH system operates at a lower temperature than competitive hydraulic systems. The 580N continues to offer a single gear pump open hydraulic system. Marringa added that Case N Series loader/backhoes give contractors a solution for excavating, digging, carrying and loading, along with the ability to drive to a job site at up to 24 miles per hour. Attachments Add Value Case also offers a range of attachments for the N Series loader/backhoes, including a new hydraulic thumb, hammers, brooms, forks, augers and rakes. For more information, visit www.casece.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Breaking to the “Power-of-Three” Designed without tie rods and incorporating the Constant Blow Energy (CBE) system, all three (555, 777 and 999) of Allied’s all-new Rammer Small Range breakers are powerful, reliable and easy to maintain. The integrated one-piece tool bushing design includes the thrust ring, upper bushing, lower bushing and dust seal requiring fewer parts. The one-piece bushing is easily field replaceable. Installation of the all-new Small Range breakers is made easier by the use of the swiveltype hose connecting block which can be easily turned over to meet left or right hand hose connections. Allied’s Rammer Small Range breakers are your long-term solution to any breaking application for carriers between 7,500 lbs. and 27,600 lbs. These all-new breakers deliver high blow frequency and power where and when you need it regardless of the application. For more information, call us at 1-800-321-1046 for the Distributor nearest you or visit us on-line at AlliedCP.com.
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K-Series Provides Contractors With Versatility, Power
John Deere’s 310K EP, 310K, 310SK, 310SK TC, 315SK, 410K, 410K TC, 710K build on the success of the popular J-Series.
John Deere’s K-Series backhoe loaders — 310K EP, 310K, 310SK, 310SK TC, 315SK, 410K, 410K TC, 710K — build on the success of the popular J-Series. Two economical tractor loader models (210K EP, 210K) round out the K-Series and provide additional job site versatility. The K-Series models deliver productivity, uptime and lower daily operating costs that operators expect from John Deere equipment. “Our customers are a diverse group that use backhoe loaders and tractor loaders for a variety of applications on the job site,” said Louann Hausner, product marketing manager of backhoe loaders, John Deere Construction & Forestry. “The new K-Series provides North American contractors a variety of options that are powerful, versatile, productive and economical. John Deere is committed to matching the right machine to the right customer.” The K-Series meets today’s emission regulations. Powered by a certified IT4/ Stage III B John Deere PowerTech engine, the KSeries comes equipped with a five-speed transmission that allows top speeds of 25 mph when roading. An optional AutoShift transmission enables smooth shifting and improves operator comfort by reducing the number of times the transmission control lever (TCL) needs to be actuated during operation. A single loader lever with integrated electro-hydraulic (EH) auxiliary loader control eliminates the need for a second lever when using a multi-purpose bucket. In addition, a complete redesign of the cab ventilation now circulates cab air from front-to-back, directing airflow where operators need it the most. Enhancements also were made to John Deere’s total machine control (TMC) backhoes. Updates include a joystick redesign
The 210K EP and 310K EP are two new models designed specifically for rental and large contractor customers that need reliable, easy to use power.
The 310SK includes many features to increase machine uptime.
that gives operators even easier operation with equal lever efforts in all directions for smooth and productive operation as well as improved swing control that allows for more precise trench work with less backhoe wag. The K-Series includes many key features that increase machine uptime such as improved engine access and a cooling package design that allows each of the coolers to be separated for easy cleaning. To protect the machine on the job site, backhoe loaders with a sealed switch model (SSM) come standard with machine security. Differential lock protection can easily be enabled through the monitor and prevents potential damage from the rear differential lock being engaged at too high of speeds. In an effort to lower daily operating costs,
John Deere is providing smart technology with auto idle, auto shutdown and keyless start. These three features come standard on all machines equipped with SSM. In addition, an economy mode setting provides a sweet spot for maximum productivity and optimal fuel savings. An electronically controlled, variable-speed cooling fan, controlled by an electronic clutch will reduce horsepower draw on the engine for quieter operation and improved fuel economy. The 210K EP and 310K EP are two new models designed specifically for rental and large contractor customers that need reliable, easy to use power. The EP models provide a 70 hp engine with ITIV power without needing any aftertreatment technology. This eliminates the need for additional operator
training or extra monitoring of machines that have numerous operators focused primarily on quickly getting on and off a machine to get a job done. In addition to the backhoe loaders, the 210K EP and 210K tractor loaders offer seat rotation, dual-tilt rear cylinders and tilt steering and are ideal for paving and grading applications. With strong visibility, ride control, limited slip front axles and a single lever for controlling a loader with auxiliary hydraulics, this tractor also is ideal for loading, according to the manufacturer. The new K-Series offers several customer favored features that carried forward from the J-Series. These include a multi-plate clutch engagement that allows for on-the-fly mechanical front wheel driver (MFWD) engagement; PowerShift transmission; deluxe lighting package that includes 10 adjustable work lights that enables customers to work longer and safely before sunrise and sunset; exclusive multi-language digital monitor for on-board diagnostics, calibrations and machine information; and same side, ground level daily service for easy maintenance checks. For those fleet managers, owners or operators looking to get the most out of their equipment, a standard three-year subscription of JDLink continuously collects and transmits machine data for machine management. The system enables timely preventive maintenance and remote diagnostics, as well as the coordination of machines working on multiple job sites to get the right machine to the right place at the right time. For more information, visit www.JohnDeere.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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THE JCB BACKHOE LOADER
Versatility You Can Depend On Since inventing the backhoe in 1953 JCB has continued to set the standard for backhoe innovation. And with 28 families of attachments at your fingertips, that’s versatility unmatched in the industry. Whether your work day calls for a hammer, a compactor or a 6-in-1 bucket, you can count on the versatility the JCB provides. It’s just another reason why nearly 1 out of every 2 backhoes sold in the world is a JCB. And further proof that when it comes to backhoes, JCB sets the standard.
Enjoy fuel efficiency 21% better than the competition with JCB’s EcoMax engine. 3397
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Volvo BL60B, BL70B Combine Two Machines in One With the launch of its BL60B and BL70B, Volvo Construction Equipment thoroughly redesigned its backhoe loader range — offering improved performance, usability and a modern appearance. The machine combines in a single, stable platform the strength and simplicity of a Volvo wheel loader with the power and performance of a Volvo excavator. With an average operating weight that ranges from 17,500 to 19,500 lbs. (7,938 to 8,845 kg), and gross power of 83 to 98 hp (62 to 73 kW), the BL60B and BL70B were designed and built with power, strength, long life and cost saving efficiency in mind. Loader and Boom The one piece chassis, loader arm and excavator boom are all made from high quality steel and robotically welded, giving precise, constant weld runs for structural integrity. The loader arm has a box-welded design and is reinforced with a cross tube. The larger excavator boom has a narrow, tall arch design that is inherently strong, and uses a closed box-welded approach with fewer components and welds, for durability and performance. The boom allows excellent visibility into the trench, as well as enabling closer proximity to the truck for loading. The cast iron kingpost offers flexibility of movement and swing. Control In Your Hands Compared to previous models, the BL60B and BL70B feature new controls. The machines are fitted with two floormounted ergonomic levers that give optimum grip for the operator’s hand movements when operating the excavator. The right lever is fitted with a horn for safety, and the left lever can have an optional fingertip button. This button controls the two-way auxiliary hydraulic line required when using double acting excavator attachments. Fitted with either 16.5 or 18-in. (42 or 46 cm) front tires, these machines have a small turning radius and are extremely maneuverable, as well as easier to position on site. Helped by a new cast bucket linkage design, the bucket can rotate 205 degrees — allowing vertical digging in all positions without repositioning the machine.
according to the manufacturer. Both the loader and excavator benefit from flow sharing hydraulics that enable multi-functioning for efficient and smooth operation. The BL70B features load sensing hydraulics that constantly adapt to the needs of the job at hand. With oil delivery that matches the required force, there is always the speed and power required for all hydraulic functions. In applications such as load and carry, where speed is important, the system efficiently delivers the required flow.
Delivering the Power The BL60B and BL70B have the latest D3.8H four cylinder 3.8 L Volvo engines. These high torque, fuel efficient engines meet the requirements of the Tier IV Interim emissions legislation. The torque converter on these machines is one of the largest in the industry and has excellent peak torque and torque rise. A differential lock on the rear axle is engaged via a foot switch on the side of the brake pedal and provides maximum rear wheel grip over slippery surfaces,
Improved Care Cab Boasting 15 percent more space than before, the room between the operator’s seat and the left side of the cab has been increased, as has space around the excavator mechanical controls or pilot towers, making the position change between loader and excavator easier and more convenient. There also is a larger area to store personal items. The seat, steering controls and instruments are all designed to lower fatigue and keep operators alert and in control.
The BL60B and BL70B have the latest D3.8H four cylinder 3.8 L Volvo engines. These high torque, fuel efficient engines meet the requirements of the Tier IVf emissions legislation.
Comfort can be increased further with a multi-adjustable steering column and high performance heating and cooling systems. A 30 percent increase in glass area combined with narrow pillars and a sloping hood design allow excellent visibility. Visibility is enhanced outside the cab by adjustable standard-fit halogen work lights and internally by a large cab dome light for safer entry and exit of the cab. Tools For Every Job Both ends of the machine can be equipped with versatile, easy-to-use attachments and quick couplers. B-Series backhoe loaders can be configured with general or multi-purpose loader buckets, pallet forks, hydraulic thumb, standard and heavy-duty excavator buckets, hydraulic breaker attachments — a vast range of solutions. Service and daily maintenance are made easy with the B-Series, with a one piece lifting hood and filters/service points all grouped together at ground level. Fewer greasing points and long greasing intervals
also help to increase uptime. A tilting oil cooler in front of the radiator makes cleaning both the cooler and the radiator quick and easy. Genuine Service Volvo Construction Equipment provides much more than a vast range of attachments and genuine service and maintenance products. Advanced machines need support in order to maximize uptime, productivity and resale values. A wide range of service plans are available, as are analysis and diagnostics tools. Both models have gone through rigorous testing to ensure they measure up to the daily challenges of a variety of jobs, including deep trenching, heavy lifting, loading, craning and roading, according to the manufacturer. For more information, call 828/650-2000 or visit www.volvo.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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TLB840 Backhoe Loader Now Available in North America Powered by an electronic, Tier IV interim Perkins 1204E-E44TA engine and an optional 4-speed servo power synchro transmission with automatic shifting, the 94-hp (90 kW) Terex TLB840 backhoe loader is now available in North America. Engineered to excel in digging, reaching, lifting and loading applications, North American customers will notice the TLB840 boasts high torque, powerful performance, as well as strong climbing and digging capabilities, according to the manufacturer. The Tier IVi-compliant engine on the TLB840 is designed with EGR (exhaust gas recirculation) technology, which is well-suited for lower horsepower engines operating in high-duty applications. EGR engines incorporate diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) systems and sometimes diesel particulate filters (DPF) to reduce nitrogen oxide (NOx) and particulate matter exhaust emissions. The new Perkins Stage III B/Tier IVi EGR engines, like the one in the Terex TLB840, include a DPF and allow auto-idle to be incorporated in machine. “The Perkins DPF has a 10,000-hour service life, so maintenance needs are reduced,” said Jon Beckley, Terex global product manager of backhoe loaders. “This backhoe loader does not require diesel
Loader SAE HP (kw)
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TEREX TX760B TLB840
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50 (37) 50 (37) 75 (56) 74 (55) 91 (68) 109 (81) 109 (81) 109 (81) 109 (81) 109 (81)
86 (64.3) 94 (69.1)
exhaust fluid, also known as AdBlue, or with a 10,485 lbf bucket breakout force, a controls the loader’s lift speed, as well as forced regeneration. Also, we have had a loader lift capacity of 7,291 lbf and bucket boosts the machine’s pushing performance. long heritage of strong global support with capacity of 1.32 cu. yds. (1 cu m), this backFor more information, visit Perkins.” hoe loader offers high-capacity production. www.terex.com/construction. Also according to Beckley, “The Tier IVi With “return to dig” feature at the press of a (This story also can be found on TLB840 offers 14.6 to 36.9 foot-pound button, the Tier IVi TLB840 reduces cycle Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at higher torque through the rev range than the times and provides quick loading capability. www.constructionequipprevious model. This means it is more The hydro mechanical self-leveling feature mentguide.com.) responsive on pick-up under load and han- on the TLB840 enables dling while transporting materials.” the operator to avoid The curved boom design on the TLB840 spillage and allows for offers operators greater clearance to reach load retention at full over obstacles and the ability to load closer height. The hydraulic into trucks for greater productivity. With a unload dig depth of 14 ft. 9 in. (4.5 m) — extended b u t to 18 ft. 1 in. (5.5 m) — and a reach up of 18 t o n ft. 9 in. (5.7 m) — extended 21 ft. 11 in. (6.7 m) — the TLB840 is designed with a slew system that provides high torque for easier backfilling and slewing uphill. For high-productivity trenching, this backhoe loader brags 7,958 lbf dipper tearout and 11,892 lbf bucket tearout forces. With a loading height of 11 ft. 3 in. (3.4 m), the Tier IVi Terex TLB840 can easily The 94-hp (70 kW) Terex TLB840 backhoe loader is now available in North America. load high-sided trucks, and
Loader Loader rce Life Capacity Breakout Fo) lbs. (kg lbs. (kg) 3,478 (1,578) 1,345 (610) 4,850 (2,200) 7,670 (3,479) 7,670 (3,479) 10,225 (4,638) 10,225 (4,638) 10,225 (4,638) 10,225 (4,638) 10,225 (4,638)
7,604 (3,449) 7,291 (3,307)
Backhoe Loading Height ft. (m)
Max Digging Depth ft. (m)
Travel Speed 4th Gear Fwd MPH (kmh)
Operating Weight lbs. (kg)
5,830 (2,644) 5,179 (2,350) 7,935 (3,600) 13,730 (6,228) 13,603 (6,170) 14,498 (6,590) 14,498 (6,590) 13,728 (6,227) 16,387 (7,433) 16,387 (7,433)
9 (2.7) 8.2 (2.5) 10.11 (3.32) 11.2 (3.40) 11.2 (3.40) 13 (3.96) 14.3 (4.39) 11.2 (3.40) 13 (3.96) 14.3 (4.39)
10 (3.0) 8.3 (2.55) 12 (3.66) 14.6 (4.45) 14.6 (4.45) 16.3 (4.95) 17.6 (5.36) 14.6 (4.45) 16.3 (4.95) 17.6 (5.36)
17.4 (28.0) 7 (11.3) 21.3 (34.3) 22.8 (36.7) 22.8 (36.7) 22.8 (36.7) 22.8 (36.7) 22.8 (36.7) 22.8 (36.7) 22.8 (36.7)
8,421 (3,820) 6,150 (2,790) 12,329 (5,592) 15,439 (7,005) 15,439 (7,005) 17,037 (7,730) 17,515 (7,947) 16,446 (7,462) 18,225 (8,267) 18,428 (8,359)
10,485 (4,756) 10,485 (4,756)
12.3 (3.74) 11.7 (3.52)
14.8 (4.5) 14.9 (4.5)
22.9 (36.9) 25.6 (41.0)
15,151 (6,887) 15,895 (7,210)
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Unearthing a whole new utility class. Introducing the new Kubota KX080-3. This 8-ton, utility- class excavator is the next big thing in Kubota excavators. With a Kubota Tier II compliant diesel engine, the KX080-3 is powerful enough to handle the toughest digging situations, yet small enough to maneuver in tight work conditions. •64 HP •15-foot digging depth •18,254 lbs. operating weight •14,660 lbs. bucket breakout force
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Caterpillar 323D L Excavator, 1:50 Scale $90 Allis-Chalmers Forest Green HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale ....................................................................................$80 Allis-Chalmers Orange HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale $80 Allis-Chalmers Yellow HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale ..$80 Bantam Truck Mounted Crane, 1:50 Scale ..................$115 Bantam Truck Mounted Shovel, 1:50 Scale ....................$60 Bobcat E35 Compact Excavator, 1:25 Scale ................$50 Bobcat E55 Compact Excavator, 1:25 Scale ................$60 Bobcat 5600 Toolcat Utility Vehicle, 1:25 Scale............$55 Bobcat S185 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale..................$50 Bobcat S510 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale..................$65 Bobcat S530 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale..................$65 Bobcat S550 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale..................$65 Bobcat S570 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale..................$65 Bobcat S590 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale..................$65 Bobcat T550 Compact Track Loader, 1:25 Scale ..........$65 Bobcat T590 Compact Track Loader, 1:25 Scale ..........$65 Bobcat T770 Compact Track Loader, 1:25 Scale ..........$45 Bobcat Versahandler Tool Carrier, 1:25 Scale ..............$50 Bucyrus Erie 22B Cable Shovel, 1:50 Scale ..............$225 Bucyrus Erie 22B Cable Backhoe, 1:50 Scale ............$225 Case 330 Articulated Dump Truck, 1:50 Scale ............$35 Case 420 Series 3 Uniloader, 1:50 Scale ......................$85 Case 695 Super “R” Backhoe/Loader, 1:50 Scale ......$165 Case CX130 Excavator w/Breaker, 1:50 scale ............$135 Caterpillar AP655D Asphalt Paver, W/O Canopy, 1:50 Scale ................................................................................$80 Caterpillar D5K2 LGP Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..$65 Caterpillar D6K Track-Type Tractor ..............................$60 Caterpillar D7E Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ............$90 Caterpillar D8T Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..........$110 Caterpillar D10T Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ........$105 Caterpillar D11R Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ........$100 Caterpillar 140M Motor Grader, 1:50 Scale....................$85 Caterpillar M200 Cold Planer, 1:50 Scale ....................$110 Caterpillar 226B3 Skid Steer Loader, 1:32 Scale ..........$40
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W 60i Cold Mill Offers Big Performance in Restricted Spaces The Wirtgen W 60i cold mill offers big performance in restricted spaces, but also is suited for medium-sized jobs. This new rear-loading cold mill cuts 24 in. (61 cm) wide and 12 in. (30.5 cm) deep, and meets U.S. Tier IVi emission requirements while maintaining productivity and profitability. Its six-cylinder Deutz engine generates 215 hp (160 kW) and is ideal for removing pavement strips or trenches, milling around manhole covers, and detail work left behind by the big mills. It’s available in three- or four-wheel models, and a fold-in support wheel and detachable loading conveyor are standard features. Soundproofing of the machine’s engine compartment reduces noise emission levels to a minimum. Wide opening service flaps permit convenient access to all filters, hydraulic components and the
engine. And WIDRIVE, Wirtgen’s fully electronic machine control system, is responsible for governing the diesel engine speed, turning the water spray system on or off, governing the conveyor belt speed or assisting the machine driver in operating the leveling system. The conveyor belt speed can be adjusted continuously to ensure optimum loading of the milled material at minimum wear and tear. When part of the milled material is to remain in the trench, the scraper blade can be raised and locked hydraulically at the required height. The remaining milled material is loaded on trucks via the discharge conveyor. Users can choose from two discharge conveyor options: the standard discharge conveyor, or a folding discharge conveyor, which considerably shortens the machine’s overall transport length.
The Wirtgen W 60i cold mill cuts 24 in. (61 cm) wide and 12 in. (30.5 cm) deep, and meets U.S. Tier IVi emission requirements.
The discharge conveyor can be adjusted in height and slewed to either side, enabling the machine operator to adjust loading of the
milled material to the position of the loading truck. Mounting or removing the conveyor is a matter of minutes and can be carried out
by one person only, according to the manufacturer. The machine’s all-wheel drive with engageable hydraulic flow divider ensures optimum traction on almost any type of ground. The large locking angle of the machine’s front wheels permits an extremely small turning radius, which enables it to easily mill around manhole covers. The available Level Pro system for the W 60i is an acclaimed automatic leveling system with two wire-rope sensors, and the available FCS/Flexible Cutter System Light option permits the use of milling drums with different tool spacings. For more information, visit www.wirtgenamerica.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
Bomag BW90AD-5 Designed for Highly Efficiency Designed for more efficient operation, Bomag’s BW90AD-5 tandem vibratory roller features intuitive controls and optimum all-around visibility. Highly maneuverable and fuel-efficient, the roller is an ideal solution for a wide variety of small and medium asphalt compaction projects, according to the manufacturer. The newly developed driver’s platform is highlighted by a multifunctional travel lever and the smart drive steering wheel, which has a smaller diameter that provides comfortable space for the operator, as well as a clear view of all controls. The dashboard contains modern circular instrumentation with warning signals, hour meter and fuel level indicator. An adjustable operator seat also provides added comfort and an enhanced view of the drums. The BW90AD-5 is powered by a 20.2-hp Kubota diesel engine that features ECOMODE, a system that automatically idles the engine to conserve fuel during inactivity. Offering a working width of 35.4 in. (90 cm), the roller delivers 3,822 lbs. of centrifugal force at a frequency of 3,780 vpm. Additionally, the roller is equipped with Bomag’s intelligent vibration control to achieve consistent compaction quality Built with travel motors contained within the vibratory drums, the unit’s compact design is well-suited for operation in tight spaces, thereby eliminating the need for additional compaction with vibratory plates near obstructions. The BW90D-5 includes a 26.4-gal. (100 L) water tank and pressurized spray sys-
tem. The water spray nozzles are windscreen protected and triple filtered to ensure the drums receive sufficient water coverage even in strong winds. Maintenance is simple, due to a durable composite hood that allows easy access to the engine and a steering column that can be quickly opened to view central electronics. A bolt-on articulating and oscillating joint is maintenance free, and each drum includes two flexible scrapers. Front, center and rear lift points help simplify transport and reduce unloading times. Standard safety features on the BW90AD-5 include a spring-applied, hydraulically released parking brake, ROPS with retractable seat belt, back-up alarm, emergency stop button, and front and rear working lights for night operation. Additionally, the engine hood and instrument panel are lockable to protect against vandalism. For more information, 800/782-6624 or visit www.bomag.com/canada. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Call a Dealer Near You Linder Industrial Machinery Company Jacksonville, FL 904/786-6710 Ocala, FL 352/629-7585 Orlando, FL 407/849-6560 Plant City, FL 813/754-2727 Pembroke Pines, FL 954/433-2800 Fort Myers, FL 239/337-1313 Riviera Beach, FL 561/863-0570 Arden, NC 828/681-5172 Charlotte, NC 704/376-7554 Greensboro, NC 336/665-0110 Greenville, NC 252/695-6200 Raleigh, NC 919/851-2030 Wilmington, NC 910/254-2031 West Columbia, SC 803/794-6150 Greer, SC 864/877-8962 North Charleston, SC 843/552-0095 www.linderco.com
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Mid-South Machinery Inc. Jackson, MS 601/948-6740 800-634-1205
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The G.W. Van Keppel Company North Little Rock, AR 501/945-4594 Van Buren, AR 479/474-5281 Kansas City, MO 816/921-4040 St. Louis, MO 314/872-8440 Springfield, MO 417/865-3550 St. Joseph, MO 816/233-2200 www.vankeppel.com
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Bradco Vibratory Roller Swiftly Flattens Stone, Sand, Soil, Gravel With Force The Bradco vibratory roller by Paladin Attachments attaches to skid steers and compact loaders to swiftly compact soil, sand, gravel, crushed stone or fill material by delivering up to 9,370 lbs. of dynamic force when operating at 20 gpm. Designed to be easy to use and maintain, it is operated by the unit’s auxiliary hydraulics. The roller’s hydraulic drives are isolated and protected to provide maximum performance and reliability. In addition, its steel drum has an adjustable steel scraper blade between the frame and the drum to ensure smooth and uniform compaction performance. The Bradco vibratory roller can be equipped with either a smooth or padfoot drum to match material type or soil conditions. Available in 36-, 48-, 66-, 73- and 84-in. (91, 122, 167, 185 and 213 cm) drum widths, the Bradco vibratory roller is ideal for landscaping, roadways, walkways, bike paths, golf courses, bridges and parking lots and can tilt 15 degrees to the right or left. For more information, call 800/456-7100 or visit www.paladinattachments.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Available in 36-, 48-, 66-, 73- and 84-in. (91, 122, 167, 185 and 213 cm) drum widths, the Bradco vibratory roller is ideal for landscaping, roadways, walkways, bike paths, golf courses, bridges and parking lots and can tilt 15 degrees to the right or left.
VF 500 Screed Works With Vision Pavers The front-mount VF 500 screed screed is equipped with vibration operator to monitor both the left and from Vögele is designed for use with across the full paving width, up to 15 the right side of the screed. Machinethe 8-ft. (2.4 m) tracked Vision 5100-2 ft. 6 in. (4.7 m). Its basic width is 8 ft., related parameters such as vibration and wheeled Vision 5103-2 pavers. and it can be extended hydraulically up speed or auger speed can be adjusted The VF 500 is the 8-ft. version of to 15 ft. 6 in. With bolt-on extensions conveniently via the display of the the 10-ft. (3 m) VF 600 screed, intro- fitted, it builds up to a maximum width screed console. duced as the VF 600-2 at An advanced electric World of Asphalt 2012. screed heating system Also available for the 10ensures uniform heat disft. tracked Vision 5200-2i tribution all over the and wheeled Vision screed plates and short 5203-2i pavers is the times required for heatrear-mount VR 600 ing. A three-phase generscreed from Vögele. ator is installed for conWith front-mount stant and uniform heating screeds, extensions are of all compacting and bolted onto the front of smoothing elements. the screed, permitting Excellent thermal insulascreed extension and tion of the screed plates retraction without trapminimizes loss of heat. It ping material — comalso ensures that heating pared to rear-mount the screed to operating screeds — allowing vertemperature takes a short satility on applications time, even with the with varying requireengine running at miniments, such as parking The VF 500 is the 8-ft. (2.4 m) version of the 10-ft. (3 m) VF mum rpm. lots with islands and light 600 screed, introduced as the VF 600-2 at World of Asphalt The screed operator poles, residential and city 2012. can select manual mode streets with storm sewers, gas and of 21 ft. 6 in. (6.5 m). or automatic mode for conveyors and water mains, intersections on major The screed is controlled easily and augers. There also is a reversing auger highways and county roads with mul- intuitively through Vögele’s ErgoPlus rotation function. tiple obstructions. Also, their short operating system, via two fixed con(This story also can be found on end-gates minimize required hand soles on the main screed and two Construction Equipment Guide’s Web work, according to the manufacturer. remote control units. The display of the site at www.constructionequipmentThe new Vögele VF 500 extending ErgoPlus console allows the screed guide.com.)
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Montgomery, AL 3120 Old Hayneville Road Montgomery, AL 36108 334-262-6642 334-834-2272 (Fax)
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TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT COMPANY www.tractor-equipment.com 5732 Frontage Road 1502 Box Road 1815 West Oakridge Drive Forest Park, Georgia 30297 Columbus, Georgia 31907 Albany, Georgia 31707 404-366-0693 706-562-1801 229-435-0982 404-366-9688 (Fax) 706-562-9897 (Fax) 229-435-5259 (Fax) 160 Robinson Road NW Calhoun, Georgia 30701 706-879-6200 2314 Highway 53 Hoschton, Georgia 30548 706-654-9850 706-654-9856 (Fax)
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HCEA Annual International Convention Will Feature Demos, Displays of Antiques
The Historical struction, mining and dredgConstruction Equipment ing equipment is especially Association (HCEA), a encouraged to attend, so 501(c)3 non-profit organizathey can observe the ancestion dedicated to preserving tors of today’s machinery in the history of the construcaction. The last HCEA tion industry, is hosting its show, which was held in 28th Annual International September 2009 in Bowling Convention and Old Green, Ohio, featured more Equipment Exposition, to be than 330 exhibits and drew held Aug. 16 to 18, 2013, at some 5,000 attendees from the International Union of around the world. Operating Engineers’ Local Show hours are Friday, 150 Apprenticeship and Skill 9:00 to dusk; Saturday, 9 to Improvement Program The show features demonstrations and displays of 5; Sunday, 9 to 3. Center, 19800 West Arsenal horse-drawn, steam, gas and diesel-powered antique Admission per person 12 or Road, east of Wilmington, Ill. construction machinery, cable and hydraulic shovels over is $8.00 daily, or Wilmington is roughly 60 and cranes, hit and miss engines, antique trucks and $15.00 for a weekend pass. mi. southwest of Chicago, tractors, and more. Free admission for Local and 20 mi. south of Joliet. 150 members and children The center is home to a pair of fully under 12. The show features demonstrations and displays of horse-drawn, steam, restored and operable Erie B steam For more information, call 419/352gas and diesel-powered antique con- excavators — a shovel and a crane. 5616 or visit www.hcea.net. (This story also can be found on struction machinery, cable and These will be the featured machines Construction Equipment Guide’s Web hydraulic shovels and cranes, hit and for the show. The show is open to the general site at www.constructionequipmentmiss engines, antique trucks and tracpublic. Anyone involved with con- guide.com.) tors, and more.
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Greensboro, NC 27409 336/668-2762 800/632-0376
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Reynolds-Warren Equipment Company Etnyre FX400D Distributor, 1314 gallons, bitumeter only in cab, Cummins diesel rear engine, 10’ FC spray bar, dual diesel burners, spray wand & hose, 1994 Chevrolet Kodiak w/Cat 3116 diesel engine, 5 spd trans, 2 spd axle, air brakes
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Allu System Stabilizes Soil Using Three Components The Allu stabilization system consists of three components that increase the strength and dynamic stiffness of soft soil in order to improve its engineering characteristics and to remediate contaminated soil. The first component is the Allu PMX power mixer, a versatile hydraulic accessory for excavators that mixes up to 23 ft. (7 m) deep. The second is the Allu PF pressure feeder, which injects the binder agent via hoses into the ground. The third component is the Allu DAC data acquisition control system, which measures, controls and provides data during the stabilization project. The mass stabilization method used by the Allu stabilization system is a quick, cost-effective and environmentally friendly solution The PMX power mixer, PF pressure feeder and DAC data acquisition control system make up the Allu stabiliztion system. that improves soft soils by which is used for feeding dry binders, is required mixing binder into clay, peat, mud or mounted on a trailer that enables easy trans• Imports of new material is greatly dredged sediments in comparison to tradi- portation from one place to another. This reduced tional methods of piling or soil replacement. means lower mobilization costs and • Treated material can be placed under It also can be used in treatment of contami- enables cost-effective stabilization projects structures nated soils by encapsulating contaminants on smaller job sites. • Site traffic and impact on the environwithin the ground and preventing migration The Allu DAC data acquisition control ment is reduced to the surrounding areas, according to the system measures, controls and reports the • Low operating costs manufacturer. feeding operation and enables control of the • Homogenous mixture, unlike other The Allu PMX power mixer effectively whole stabilization system, making it user- methods handles various difficult materials like clay friendly, and allows the facility to transfer • A wide variety of strengths are possible in different forms, peat, sludge, mud and data onto other computers. Thus, the work • By-products from industry can be used contaminated soil. It penetrates through hard done is properly documented for quality as raw materials crust layers and mixes the soils effectively control purposes. For more information, call 800/939-2558 based on the intelligent positioning of the The Allu Stabilization System provides or visit www.allu.net. drums. The drums rotate and mix material in the following benefits: (This story also can be found on a controlled way in all three different direcConstruction Equipment Guide’s Web site at • Wet site conditions can be overcome tions simultaneously, while the conical • Disposal of unsuitable soil is not www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) binder nozzle efficiently spreads binder. The hammers on the mixing drum are changeable and the straight one-piece binder tube is maintenance-friendly. The Allu PMX power mixer is equipped with automatic torque adjustment on the hydraulic motor, gear box temperature indicator and drum rotating speed indicator to ensure effective job site control. The PMX 500 model mixes up to 16.5 ft. (5 m) deep and the PMX 700 model mixes up to 23 ft. (7 m) deep. Using compressed air, the Allu PF pressure feeder injects the binding agent beneath the ground through a feeding pipe, directly to the middle of the mixing drums on the Allu PMX power mixer. The unit is mounted on a tracked chassis and is The ALLU PMX power mixer effectively remotely controlled allowing the unit to folhandles various difficult materials like low behind the lead excavator onto the site. The Allu stabilization system increases the strength and dynamic stiffness of clay in different forms, peat, sludge, The Allu PFM pressure feeder mobile, soft soil. mud and contaminated soil.
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BALDWIN TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT www.baldwintractor.com 22463 State Highway 59S Robertsdale, AL 36567 251-947-4171
JONESBORO TRACTOR SALES INC. 5312 Stadium Blvd. Jonesboro, AR 72402 888-931-9151 870-935-9151
MASON TRACTOR CO. www.masontractorco.com 1050 Appalachian Hwy Blue Ridge, GA 30513 706-632-3777 McDonough, GA 30253 770-957-3370 Cumming, GA 30040 770-887-6119
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BROOKS SALES INC. www.brookssales.com 3144 Highway 74 East Monroe, NC 28112 704-233-4242
FUTCH’S TRACTOR DEPOT www.futchstractordepot.com 8515 SR 207N Hastings, FL 32145 904-692-3673
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Duck Commander Chooses Hyster Lift Truck to Help Duck Call Operation Duck Commander chose Hyster Company has a tough Hyster forklift to supplied one of its Hyster help move their business J35XN lift trucks to the forward.” duck-men of Duck “At Duck Commander, Commander, makers of we love our Hyster forkworld-famous duck calls. lift that we got from Deep The Duck Commander South Equipment,” said business experienced sigWillie Robertson. “When nificant growth in 2012 as running my family busia result of its popular teleness here at Duck vision show, and needed Commander, I don't to make significant operaalways get a choice of tional improvements. employees because it’s They asked the local family. However, I do get Hyster dealer, Deep South to choose the equipment Equipment, to help them we have, and the Hyster make their facility more productive. Deep South The employees of Duck Commander — and stars of the forklift is efficient and Equipment installed rack- popular Duck Dynasty TV series — are using a Hyster easy to drive. This ease gives my guys maximum ing in the warehouse, and J35XN lift truck in their warehouse. productivity and that is recommended the electric Hyster J35XN lift truck for its tight turning radius, its low what I am looking for. It’s versatile and so easy to run that even Jase and Godwin can run the thing.” cost of operation and its durability. For more information, visit www.hyster.com. “There is no doubt that Willie, Phil and the other duck(This story also can be found on Construction Equipment men are tough guys,” said John Parsons, president/owner of Deep South Equipment. “That’s why it makes sense that Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
Volvo CE Operating Margin Recovers in Second Quarter; Order Intake Rises Reflecting the continued slowdown in the size of the total market for construction equipment, Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) saw a reduction in its second quarter 2013 results, with sales down 19 percent during the period. Behind the headline figures there were underlying positives, including a good order intake and improving trends in China, Europe and the Middle East. And despite the lower sales, due to cost and inventory control measures, the company’s operating margin more than doubled compared to the first quarter of 2013. Net sales in the second quarter decreased by 19 percent. Adjusted for currency movements net sales decreased by 14 percent. Operating income also decreased in the same period during 2012. Operating margin, at 8.3 percent, although down compared to the 13.9 percent achieved in same period last year (due to lower sales in the higher margin mining sector), more than doubled versus the first quarter of 2013. Despite the weaker market conditions, the value of Volvo
CE’s order book at the end of the second quarter was nearly at the same level as the year earlier period. SDLG Enters North America The publication of the second quarter and half year results also was used as an opportunity to announce that the company’s SDLG brand would enter the North American market in 2013, initially launching two models of wheel loader, the LG958 and LG959. “We’re pleased to announce the launch of SDLG and its high quality value products into North America,” said Pat Olney, president and CEO of Volvo Construction Equipment. “We’re confident that there’s demand for these robust and reliable machines and that SDLG will enjoy a warm reception. Backed at a higher level by the strength of Volvo CE and the wider Volvo Group, SDLG is in a good position to develop long term customer relationships in this segment of the market.” Outlook for the Full Year Measured in units, for the full year
2013 Europe is anticipated to decline by 5 to 15 percent, while expectations regarding North America, South America, China and the rest of Asia are all expected to be in the range of minus 5 percent to plus 5 percent. Important Events During the Quarter Volvo CE attended the construction equipment industry’s largest exhibition — Bauma — in April. New products at the Munich-based show were the ECR25D, ECR58D and the ECR88D short radius compact excavators, as well as the P6870C asphalt paver. In May the company opened its new excavator plant in Kaluga, Russia. The factory is initially producing four models of excavators. The second quarter of 2013 also saw Volvo CE’s remote telematics system CareTrack reach a significant milestone; there are now more than 50,000 machines worldwide installed with the telematics portal. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
And Your Hitachi Dealers
Coastal Equipment Corp www.coastalequipment.net 504 South Military Hwy. 333 Freedom Blvd. Virginia Beach, VA 23464 Yorktown, VA 23692 757/424-1900 757/898-1900
Carolinas’ Division 9550 Statesville Road Charlotte, NC 28269 704/597-0211 Fax 704/596-6198 101 Bruce Rd. Asheville, NC 28806 828/667-0176 Fax 828/667-4865 411 South Regional Road Greensboro, NC 27409 336/668-2762 Fax 336/668-3714 288 Westgate Drive Wilkesboro, NC 28697 336/973-8201 Fax 336/973-8496 305 N. Main St. Mt. Gilead, NC 27306 910/439-5653 Fax 910/439-4568
380 Anderson Road Highway Rock Hill, SC 29730 803/325-1555 Fax 803/325-1506 2421 US Highway 64 East Asheboro, NC 27203 336/625-2212 Fax 336/625-0738 2725 Old Monroe Road Matthews, NC 28104 704/821-7399 Fax 704/821-4915 805 Klumac Road Salisbury, NC 28144 704/636-2671 Fax 704/633-4827
Virginia Division 11047 Leadbetter Rd. Ashland, VA 23005 804/798-6001 Fax 804/752-7111 1711 E. Hundred Rd. Chester, VA 23836 804/748-9324 Fax 804/530-1930 Route 360 & 460 Burkeville, VA 23922 434/767-5578 Fax 434/767-3774 3902 W. Main St. Salem, VA 24153 540/380-2011 Fax 540/380-5547
98 Expo Road Fishersville, VA 22939 540/337-3057 Fax 540/337-1495 287 Victory Road Winchester, VA 22602 540/667-9777 Fax 540/667-9441 9107 Owens Drive Manassas Park, VA 20111 703/631-8500 Fax 703/631-4715 2055 South Boston Road Danville, VA 24540 434/822-6110 Fax 434/822-6055
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Equipment Company Flint Equipment Company 1206 Blaylock St. Albany, GA 31705 229/888-1212 Fax: 229/435-3612 180 Princeton Blvd. Adairsville, GA 30103-2628 770-773-9857 Fax: 770-773-7226 4500 Wendell Dr. SW Atlanta, GA 30336-1627 404/691-9445 Fax: 404/696-1170
116 Corporate Drive Simpsonville, SC 29681 864/963-5835 Fax: 864/963-7405 4717 Jefferies Hwy Walterboro, SC 29488 843/539-1420 Fax: 843/539-1424 3464 Sunset Boulevard West Columbia, SC 29169 803/794-9340 Fax: 803/794-9346 178 Seaboard Road Andrews, SC 29510 843/221-4940 Fax: 843/221-4942
5333 BBS Way Braselton, GA 30517-1707 770-965-1889 Fax: 770-965-1894 251 Perry Lane Road Brunswick, GA 31525 912-264-6161 Fax: 912-264-5263 2400 Victory Dr. Columbus, GA 31902-3457 706/687-3344 Fax: 706/682-4738 515 Chamblin Rd. Grovetown, GA 30813-3905 706/855-5440 Fax: 706/855-5447 136 Acres Drive Ladson, SC 29546 843/572-0400 Fax: 843/572-7746 4600 Pio Nono Ave Macon, GA 31206-5064 478/788-1586 Fax: 478/781-8591 7566 W. Tennessee St. Tallahassee, FL 32304 850/575-5600 Fax: 850/575-9972 3033 US Highway 27 East Perry, FL 32348 850/584-9200 Fax: 850/584-2844 169 Ross Clark Circle N.E. Dothan, AL 36303 334/794-8691 Fax: 334/794-8696 50 Morgan Industrial Blvd. Garden City, GA 31408 912/964-7370 Fax: 912/964-1822 1220 Henderson HWY Troy, AL 36081 334/566-4181 Fax: 334/566-4361 4900 East Highway 501 Aynor, SC 29511 843/358-5688 Fax: 843/358-2826
1128 Hwy 70 West Garner, NC 27529 919/772-2121 Fax 919/779-5432 3604 Highway 264E Greenville, NC 27834 252/758-4403 Fax 252/758-6508 3816 Martin Luther King Blvd New Bern, NC 28562 252/638-5838 Fax 252/638-2949 5039 US 301 South Fayetteville, NC 28348 910/424-1200 Fax 910/424-8763 Northside Industrial Park Wilmington, NC 28429 910/675-9211 Fax 910/675-3640 Highway 42 Aulander Road Ahoskie, NC 27910 252/332-5550 Fax 252/332-4186
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Tax Relief in Sight…
Sandherr Issues Positive Statement on New Coalition The chief executive officer of the Associated General Contractors of America, Stephen E. Sandherr, issued the following statement in reaction to the launch of the new Coalition for Fair Effective Tax Rates. The association is a founding member of the new coalition, which will work to ensure that comprehensive tax reform efforts focus on lowering the effective corporate tax rates — what firms actually pay in total federal taxes. “The launch of this new coalition will help bring needed tax relief to a construction sector that currently pays the highest effective corporate tax rate of any industry type. That relief can’t come soon enough as the hard-hit construction industry pays an effective corporate tax rate of 31 percent, the highest level in the economy and more than double the rate some sectors pay, according to the most recent analysis by the U.S. Department of the Treasury. “Given federal officials’ repeated insistence on wanting to put in place policies to boost employment levels, it is hard to under-
stand why our tax policies discriminate against the labor-intensive construction industry. Fortunately, members of Congress have an opportunity to address the disparity among effective rates as they undertake broader, comprehensive tax reform. These reform efforts need to focus on, and ultimately lower, the effective corporate tax rate employers actually pay, instead of the ostensible, pre-deductions, corporate rate that is so often cited. “In addition to serving as a founding member of this new coalition, the Associated General Contractors of America will continue to work with federal officials to educate them about the disproportionate tax burden imposed on construction employers and work to promote the kind of tax relief needed to encourage more growth in construction employment.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
American Rental Association Joins Call for Repeal of HIT ARA from page 1
Cowin Equipment Company, Inc. 2238 Pinson Valley Pkwy P.O. Box 10624 Birmingham, AL 35202 205.841.6666
3120 Old Hayneville Rd. P.O. Drawer 9367 Montgomery, AL 36108 334.262.6642
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joined small business owners from across the country and members of the Stop the HIT Coalition for a press conference to urge repeal of the health insurance tax (HIT) within the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). The Stop the HIT Coalition, is a broadbased group representing the nation’s small business owners, their employees and the self-employed that advocates for the repeal of the HIT. ARA is a Stop the HIT Coalition member. “The HIT puts up roadblocks to small business growth and job creation, and will ultimately have a negative effect on hardworking families,” said John McClelland, ARA vice president of government affairs. “With six months left until this tax goes into effect in 2014, it is encouraging to see our bipartisan leaders in Congress raise the urgency around the need to fix this problem before it is too late.” Billed as a fee on insurance companies
that sell policies on the fully-insured market, the Congressional Budget Office has said consumers can expect to see the cost of the health insurance tax passed on in the form of higher health insurance premiums. One estimate predicts the HIT, which takes effect next year, will cost the average family $500 a year. Small businesses would be acutely affected by the HIT, as 88 percent purchase health insurance policies that would be subject to the tax. The four sponsors of bipartisan legislation to repeal the HIT participated in the event to draw awareness to the impending implementation of the damaging tax. The two companion bills — S. 603 and H.R. 763 – together have more than 240 bipartisan cosponsors. For more information, visit www.ARArental.org. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Vermeer Southeast Sales & Service, Inc. Boynton Beach, FL 1060 West Industrial Avenue Boynton Beach, FL 33462 561-742-7400 • Fax: 561-742-7448 Clearwater, FL 12785 N 44th St. Clearwater, FL 33762 727-299-9207 • Fax: 727-299-0166 Ft. Myers, FL 2231 Flint Dr. Ft. Myers, FL 33916 239-337-5900 • Fax: 239-337-5901 Jacksonville, FL 11550 Philips Hwy. Jacksonville, FL 32256 904-262-4400 • Fax: 904-262-0619 Orlando, FL 4559 Old Winter Garden Rd. Orlando, FL 32811 407-295-2020 • Fax: 407-293-8087 Pensacola, FL 6691 Mobile Highway Pensacola, FL 32526 850-944-8110 • Fax: 850-944-8166 Marietta, GA 1320 Gresham Rd. Marietta, GA 30062 770-973-8811 • Fax: 770-973-7829 Birmingham, AL 2950 Pinson Valley Parkway Birmingham, AL 35217 205-841-9895 • Fax: 205-841-9841
Vermeer Puerto Rico 787-640-6334
Vermeer of Texas-Louisiana 8272 Rushing Road Denham Springs, LA 70726 225-665-7900 • Fax: 225-665-7979
Byrd Tractor, Inc. 7274 Centreville Rd. Manassas, VA 20111 703-361-2135 • Fax: 703-361-4804 www.byrdtractorinc.com
Ditch Witch of North Carolina, Inc.
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LOOKING TO BUY 2 LIFT JOCKEY LIFT MANUFACTURED BY STONE MFG. CONTACT: PAUL MADSEN PHONE: 407-468-1070 EMAIL: CFLRESALE@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– NEEDED BULLDOZER D8K WITH WINCH GOOD UNDERCARRIAGE LOW LOW PRICE USER ONLY | NEEDED BULLDOZER D8K WITH WINCH NOT ADVERTISED USER USA THE REST NOT INTERESTED NO SALE MAN CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1-450-346-8975 OR MOB 1-514-386-8975 EMAIL:JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– WANTED ANY MARSH BUGGIES USED/NEW FOR SALE OR RENT. NEED NOW. PLEASE SEND PRICE, PICS, AND LOCATION TO MY EMAIL THANKS CONTACT: TYLER PALUMBO PHONE: 330-365-0654 EMAIL: PALUMBO519@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– PVE PILE MACHINE | I WANT 700 NOG PILE WORK CONTACT: SK SING PHONE: 09172818848 EMAIL: KAKRECHANILESH@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– COMPACTION TOOL, AND VIBRATION CONCRETE | I WANT INFORMATION OF THE COMPACTION TOOL AND VIBRATION CEMENT CONTACT: SOLEDAD DIAZ EMAIL:SOLGAMEZ@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– QUICK ATTACH FORKLIFT | FORK ATTACHMENT FOR CAT 416C-TC. CONTACT: FRED GIERINGER PHONE: 610-858-3933 EMAIL: GIEREQSALES@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR TRUCK MOUNTED CRANES KATO OR TADANO. 1988 2008 25 TONNES UP TO 50 TONNES ONLY. PREFER RIGHT HAND DRIVE. TRADE PRICES ONLY. CONTACT: RAY PHONE: +97144429100 EMAIL: INFO@ MACHINERY-MANAGER.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– TB 175 EXCAVATOR | LOOKING FOR A 3000 TO 4000 HOUR MACHINE, UNDER 40G. 24 INCH DIG BUCKET AND ALSO CLEAN UP BUCKET. WILL NEED TO BE EQUIPPED WITH A THUMB. NO JUNK PLEASE CONTACT: LARRY CALL PHONE: 907-441-0111 FAX: 907-696-0095 | EMAIL:CALLINAK@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– YANMAR 3TNV88QTB | NEED RUNNING ENGINE FOR TAKEUCHI TB135 CONTACT: LOU EMAIL: CRUZGCINC@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR CAT 988 SN : 87A8680 YR: 1975 EX. USA CONTACT: TAKAYUKI NAKAMURA PHONE: 06-6754-4570 FAX: 06-6972-7515 EMAIL:HIRO@KUNIMITSU.CC ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
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BARGES | ANY TYPE OF DECK BARGE OR HOPPER BARGES CONTACT: JAY CASHMAN PHONE: 6174605100 EMAIL: JAY@JAYCASHMAN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– JD510 1973-1983 FOR PARTS, RUNNING OR NOT. CONTACT: AL PHONE: 610-346-7374 EMAIL: HARLOWCONTRACTING@YAHOO.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CYCLONAIRE SYSTEM | LOOKING FOR A CYCLONAIRE BLOWER SYSTEM CONTACT: JAY MORRELL PHONE: 763-295-3122 FAX: 763-2958765 EMAIL:JMORRELL@JMECOMPANIES.NET –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– PC1607 CAB | NEED A CAB ASSEMBLY PLEASE CONTACT: JENNIFER VOGTS PHONE: 913-961-9669 FAX: 913-371-3722 | EMAIL:JVOGTS@ROADBUILDERSMACHINERY.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– FRONT LOADER FOR 790 JOHN DEERE CONTACT: ROGER MCCALL PHONE: 1 360 274 4738 FAX: 13602744738 EMAIL:ROGERTHEBULL@AOL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– CATERPILLAR EXCAVATOR 320B LONG REACH. CONTACT: NATHALIE PHONE: 8098786378 EMAIL: NATOCHA@MSN.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– BULLDOZER KOMASTU 65EX 15 WITH RIPPER | WANT TO BUY FROM USER ONLY USA BULLDOZER KOMASTU 65EX 15 ENC CAB LOW LOW HOURS NOT ADVERTISED I PAY UNDER 45000 MUST BE CONTRACTOR NICE PLEASE CONTACT: JEAN MAURICE BOUTIN PHONE: 1 450 346 8975 EMAIL:JEANMAURICEBOUTIN@ VIDEOTRON.CA –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– LOOKING FOR CAT 972H/G CONTACT: K.NAKA PHONE: 06-6754-4570 FAX: 06-6972-7515 EMAIL: HIRO@KUNIMITSU.CC| –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– HITACHI RJX 480 EXCAVATOR | PRICE SPECIFICATIONS MODE OF DELIVERY MODE OF PAYMENT CONTACT: MUKHTAR PHONE: +923004840684 EMAIL: MUKHTARLAHORE@HOTMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KUBOTA MOTOR VT2003T CONTACT: GARY EMAIL: MCCOYG63@GMAIL.COM –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– KOMATSU BR380JG1 TRACK JAW | LATE MODEL, LOW HOUR, USA LOCATION CONTACT: RICHARD PHONE: 603 828-6100 EMAIL: CMISOLD1@COMCAST.NET ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
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Crowe, chief economist of the National Association of Homebuilders. “They were waiting to claim that loss on their balance sheet when their balance is stronger. The concern is that there are these houses are out there in never-never land. The uncertainty is the worst part. My take is that these are not huge threats to the housing market, particularly not now. Whatever concern there was about the shadow and how it could affect the market is dissipating.” Along with the decline in the shadow inventory is news that completed foreclosures in May 2013 numbered 51,000, down from 71,000 in May 2012 , “a year-over-year decrease of 27 percent, CoreLogic said. “The stock of seriously delinquent homes, which is the main driver of shadow inventory, is at the lowest level since December 2008, said Mark Fleming, chief economist of CoreLogic. “We continue to see a sharp drop in foreclosures around the country and
with it a decrease in the size of the shadow inventory. Affordability, despite the rise in home prices over the past year, and consumer confidence are big contributors to these positive trends,” said Anand Nallathambi, president and CEO of CoreLogic. “We are particularly encouraged by the broadbased nature of the housing market recovery so far in 2013.” For the construction industry that means less competition from existing houses, and more contracts, more jobs and more sales of equipment as more new homes are built, said Crowe. “Reduced competition from shadow inventory means more construction in new homes and we estimate that 100 new single family homes generates 300 additional jobs,” Crowe said. Construction equipment manufacturers are seeing the positive effects, too, said Dennis Slater, president of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers. “My central message is we feel good about it,” Slater said. “If you look at the
sales numbers by construction equipment manufacturers as a whole, they are reporting good numbers.” But while the news is good, it could be better, Slater said. The U.S. Congress’s inability to pass critical legislation is creating market uncertainty. “With the uncertain economic conditions, particularly with the lack of funding for the highway bill, contractors would be less likely to buy equipment at all,” Slater said. “One option would be to rent because they don’t have the long term commitment. They aren’t comfortable that they have jobs beyond the current horizon. “So I think what you have is the housing market is a good story, but I think the market uncertainty created by Congress does dampen that optimism. We are positive, but it could be a better story.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) CEG
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AGC of Minnesota–Fundraiser Event. Sporting Clays Fundraiser to Benefit Scholarship Event, Monday, August 19th. Join us for the 14th annual Sporting Clays Fundraiser on Monday, August 19, at Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club in Prior Lake. The early bird registration deadline is Monday, July 29. For more information on this event, please contact Denise Woods, CMP; Communications & Events, Associated General Contractors of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota; Direct: 651/796-2186; Cell: 612/201-5501; Fax: 651/632-8928; Toll Free: 800/552-7670 or go to www.agcmn.org. Minnesota Nursery & Landscape Association Tessman Company Greenhouse Buying Expo Event Details: Date(s): August 14, 2013 Time: 8:00 AM CST – 4:00 PM CST Location: The Prom Center, 484 Inwood Avenue North, Oakdale, MN Organization Details: Organization: The Tessman Company Contact Phone: 651/487-3850 For more information, you may contact the MNLA office at 651/633-7987. AGC of Minnesota – Event. Employment Outreach Event, Thursday, August 8th. AGC contractor members are invited to exhibit and participate at the 1st Annual “Under the Big Tent” Resource, Education and Career Expo on August 8, from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM at the Hennepin South WorkForce Center in Bloomington. This event can be used to support your current outreach activities. The cost to exhibit is $200. For additional information, contact Grant Heino (DEED) at firstname.lastname@example.org or 952346-4045. AGC of Minnesota–Fundraiser Event. Sporting Clays Fundraiser to Benefit Scholarship Event, Monday, August 19th. Join us for the 14th annual Sporting Clays Fundraiser on Monday, August 19, at Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club in Prior Lake. The early bird registration deadline is Monday, July 29. For more information on this event, please contact Denise Woods, CMP; Communications & Events, Associated General Contractors of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota; Direct: 651/796-2186; Cell: 612/201-5501; Fax: 651/632-8928; Toll Free: 800/552-7670 or go to www.agcmn.org.
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August 13, 2013 – Field Day. Nursery Growers of Lake County Ohio, Inc. – Annual Summer Field Day for the Nursery Growers of Lake County Ohio will be August 13, 2013. This year’s host location is The Holden Arboretum, Kirtland, Ohio. Naturally blending the gorgeous gardens of the Arboretum with the Nursery industry is brilliant! Hours will be 9-4 PM! Mark your calendars now so as not to miss it! For more information please contact, Annette Howard, NGLCO Executive Director at 440/241-7969.
of construction and utility equipment. At ICUEE, attendees can operate the equipment themselves and explore the newest products and innovations in the industry. The broad spectrum of equipment available to operate is the ultimate in competitive comparisons. An extensive education program complements displays of the latest equipment technology and product innovations. ICUEE 2013 will be held October 1 thru 3, 2013 at the Kentucky Fair & Exposition Center, 937 Phillips Lane, Louisville, Kentucky, USA. For more information on this Expo you may contact Jim August 14 – 16, 2013 – Conference. COAG-GEN – Register today and Wurm, Executive Director of Exhibit & Event Marketers Association, at participate in the COAL-GEN 2013 Conference and Exhibition in Charlotte, 541/317-8768. North Carolina. COAL-GEN is the industry’s most dynamic event covering the latest topics affecting the design, development, upgrading, operation PAUL BUNYAN SHOW – the official Paul Bunyan Show is one of the and maintenance of coal-fueled power plants. This conference is being held nation’s largest and oldest forest industry shows. Show attendees will see at the Charlotte Convention Center, 501 S. College Street, Charlotte, North more than 130 exhibits representing all facets of the forest industry throughout North America. Representatives will be on site to showcase equipment, Carolina, USA. manpower and the dedication that has made the industry what it is today. August 16 – 18, 2013 – Convention. Historical Construction Equipment Lumberjack entertainment and competitions will take place throughout the Association – HCEA International Convention and Old Equipment weekend as well as numerous educational sessions on topics ranging from Exposition. The HCEA holds one annual convention and old equipment logging equipment safety and maintenance to the history and restoration of exposition each year. Somewhere in either the lower 48 or Canada, mem- the bald eagle in Ohio to Ohio’s edible mushrooms. Visitors to the show bers, local fans, exhibitors, merchandise retailers and, of course, a lot of will not want to leave without trying an official Bunyan Burger, a 14 oz. working machines are brought together for learn and share a bit of history. angus burger with all the trimmings. For more information, visit www.ohioforest.org. Next Show: WILMINGTON, ILLINOIS HCEA International Convention’s next show is AUGUST 16 thru 18, 2013 WHEN: OCTOBER 4 thru 6, 2013 at the International Union of Operating Engineers’ Local 150 Training Center Friday-Saturday 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM; Sunday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM at 19800 West Arsenal Road, Wilmington, Illinois. For more information on LOCATION: (Map It) Guernsey County Fairgrounds at 335 Old National this event, you may call the HCEA office at 419/352-5616; fax at Road in (Old Washington) Cambridge, OH (Exit 186 off of I-70). PHONE: 614/497-9580 419/352-6086 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Friday, August 9, 2013 – Golf Outing. Pennsylvania Independent Oil & Gas Association’s (PIOGA’s) 16th Annual Divot Diggers Golf Outing will be 19th Annual New York State Highway and Public Works Expo will be held held at the Tam O’Shanter Golf Club, Hermitage, PA on Friday, August 9th. on October 16, 2013 in the Americraft Center of Progress at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse, NY. Free admission tickets are sent to Tuesday, August 27, 2013 - Wednesday, August 28, 2013 – every village, city, town, county and state highway and public works proConference and Trade Show. Pennsylvania Independent Oil & Gas fessional in New York State. Exhibitors from around the state and the nation Association’s (PIOGA’s) Eastern Oil & Gas Conference and Trade Show is will gather in Syracuse for the annual Expo that puts them face to face with being held at the Monroeville Convention Center, Monroeville, PA For more municipal budget decision makers. Superintendents, Board Members, information on the above PIOGA events, please contact PIOGA’s office at Engineers, Municipal Contractors…they’re all at the Expo! The Expo is held 724/933-7306 or fax: 724/933-7310. at the peak of the annual budget decision making process in municipalities across the state…A great time to showcase what you sell, make new conSeptember 4-6, 2013 – Seminar. RAM, Inc.’s Fall 2013 Blasting and tacts, introduce new products and strengthen relationships with your existExplosives Safety Training Seminar. The two and one-half day continuous ing municipal customers! education training session will be held at the South Dakota School of Mines in Rapid City, S.D., September 4-6, 2013; presented by Robert A. McClure, GIE+EXPO – The Green Industry & Equipment Expo Inc. (RAM, Inc.). The final day of the seminar will be capped by a special Dealer Day: October 23, 2013 night blast at the Crazy Horse Memorial on September 6 for all attendees. All Attendees: October 24 and 25, 2013 An early course registration fee of $895/person is available thru July 31, Kentucky Expo Center 2013. Full registration fee is $950 beginning August 1, 2013 with a dead- Louisville, Kentucky line date of August 15. Hotel: Adoba Eco Hotel Rapid City/Mt. Rushmore – Two Tradeshows – GIE+EXPO and Hardscape North America – co-locatspecial seminar rates available. Course topics have been selected to offer ed in one central location, provide your No. 1 opportunity to see what value to all professionals with varied experience levels, from individuals your industry is buzzing about. The 29-acre Outdoor Demonstration with decades of experience to those just entering the explosives industry. To Area, within easy walking distance of the indoor exhibits, and the New register and for more information, please visit website: www.ramets.com. Products Showcase make these prestigious shows an exceptionally effiMore contact information: Trade Press Contact: Rick Zettler; Phone: cient, productive marketplace. 319/265-0052; Fax: 319/265-0053; email: email@example.com. Ram, The 2012 GIE+EXPO runs October 24 & 25 in Louisville, KY. Co-located Inc., Contact: Robert McClure; Phone: 740/363-6976; Fax: 740/362- again this year with Hardscape North America, the industry’s largest trade 3946; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. show will host more than 15,000 attendees. For details on education sessions, produce demonstration schedules and to register, visit CUEE, the International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition is www.gie-expo.com or also known as The Demo Expo, and is the exposition for demonstrations www.HardscapeNA.com.
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CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT, SUPPORT, ATTACHMENTS, TRUCKS & TRAILERS
AUCTION KISSIMMEE, (WINTER GARDEN) FLORIDA NOTE: Rental fleet equipment will be featured in this sale from several national rental fleets that is ready to go to work immediately. HILITES: 22 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Cat 330DL, 2008 Cat 325DL, Cat 320DL, Cat 315CL, 2005 Cat 312C, 2008 JD 200D, 2007 Komatsu PC300LC-7, Kobelco SK270LC, 2006 Kobelco SK235SR, 20072005 Kobelco SK210LC-6, (2) Kobelco SK210LC, (2) 2005 Kobelco SK135SR, (2) 2005 Takeuchi TB135, (3) 2006 Takeuchi TB125, 2007 IHI 80NX-3, 2005 IHI 28N-2, 10 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: 2008 Cat 966H, 2010-2008 Cat 950H, 2008 Cat 950H, 2009 Cat 938H, 2006 Case 821C, 2011 JD 544K, 2004 Komatsu WA250-5, (2) Volvo L70C, 4 CRAWLER TRACTORS: Cat D6D, 2006 JD 700J, 2006 JD 650JLGP, 2005 JD 650J, 7 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: 2008 Case 580M-II (4x4), 2006-2004 Case 580 M (4x4), Cat 420D (4x4), (2) JD 310G (4x4), NH 555D (4x4), CARRY DECK CRANE: 2006 Shuttlelift 3330E, 3 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: 2012 Case SV212, 2004 IR SD70D, 2007 Stone SD43, 4 ASPHALT ROLLERS: Cat CB224C, 2009 Cat CB14, 2004 Volvo IR DD12S, Hamm HD70, 5 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: 2003 Cat 247, 2007 Bobcat T190, (2) 2006-2004 Takeuchi TL130, 10 SKID STEERS: 2008(3) 2007 Bobcat S220, 2007 Bobcat S150, Bobcat 763, Bobcat 753, 2007 Gehl 6640, Gehl 883, Gehl 40, ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFTS: 2006 Case 586G, 31 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: (2) IR VR90, (4) 2004 IR VR843, (2) 2005 JLG G1055A, (2) 2005 Genie GTH 1056, 2007 Genie GTH5519, 2006 JCB 550-170, 2004 JCB 508C, (5)2005 Lull 1044C, 2006 JLG G9-43A, (2) Gradall G9-43A, (5) Gradall G6-42A, (5) Skytrak 10054, FORKLIFTS: 2005 Komatsu FG25T-14, BOOM LIFT: 2004 Genie S40 (4x4), 6 AIR COMPRESSORS: (4) 2007 Sullair 185DPQJD, 2007 Atlas Copco XAS185, 2005 IR P185WJD, 4 GENERATORS : (2) 2006 Multiquip DCA70, 2006 Magnum MMG155, 2006 Magnum MMG35, 7 WELDERS: (2) 2008 - 2007 Miller BB500, (2) 2007 Lincoln Vantage 500, (2) 2007 Lincoln Vantage 300, 14 LIGHT PLANTS: (6) 2011 Terex RL4000, (2) 2008 Amida AL4060D4MH, (2) 2007 Wacker LTC4L, (2) 2007 –(2) 2005 Magnum Pro MLT3060, 13 WATER PUMPS: (2) 2007 Pioneer SC10X8S1, (2) 2007 Pioneer SC108S17, 2006 Pioneer PPTP63C1, 2007-(3) 2006-2005 Pioneer PP63C17L, 2005 Pioneer PP63, 2007 Thompson HTDJDST4045D, 2008 Magnum MST3101 3in., 2 LOADER LANDSCAPE TRACTORS: 2011-2010 Bobcat CT122 (4x4), UTILITY TRACTOR: 2007 Kubota L5240HST (4x4), FORESTRY EQUIPMENT: JD 450G w/ Hydraulic Fire Plow, DIGGER DERRICK TRUCK: Int’l. S1800 AWD (s/a), DUMP TRUCK: 2005 Int’l. 4300 (s/a), 6 SERVICE TRUCKS: (5) 2006-2005 Ford F550 (4x4), PICKUP: 2005 Ford F250, 3 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS : (3) 2014 Witzco 50 ton (tri.), 2 UTILITY TRAILERS: 2007 EZ-Dump UT5x8 (s/a), 2006 Best 5x8US (s/a), WATER TRAILER: 2005 Magnum MWT500, UTILITY VEHICLES : 2007 Taylor SS5-36, NEW & USED TIRES: (2) General 26-29 tires, ATTACHMENTS: Excavators: New Excalibur X36 Thumb, Skid Steers: 10ft. Snow Plow w/ Hydr. Angle, Hydr. Mortar Mixer, (2) Hydr. Grapple Buckets, Smooth, Snow & Mulch Buckets, 66in.- 78in. Buckets, New Versatech Grapple Buckets, New Versatech Hay Spears, New Pallet Forks, New Fork Frames, New Versatech Brush Grapples, New Stump Buckets, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: Airless Paint Sprayers, Chipping Hammers, Brush Mowers, Pumps, Impact Wrenches, Core Drills, Blowers, Floor Grinders, Levels, Heaters, Pressure Washers, Plate Compactors, Pipe Threaders, Air Movers, Hack Saws, Generators, New Mustang LF82 Plate Compactor, (4) Ryobi Power Painters, (2) Unused 12 ton Log Splitters, Unused Gentec PC80 Plate Compactors, Unused Gentec PC60 Plate Compactors, (2) Unused Gentec 3in. Water Pumps, (4) New Mustang LF88 Plate Compactors, New Mustang ML80S Rammers, New Mustang M30 Core Drill, New Mustang MP3 3in. Water Pump, (3) New Mustang MP4800 2in. Submersible Pumps, (3) New Mustang CV3500 Concrete Vibrators, (12) New 3pc. 14in. Diamond Blades, (6) New 6 packs of 14in. Abrasive Blades, (6) New 4 packs of 10,000lb. Ratchet Cargo Straps, New 5 Ton Digital 4ft. x 4ft. Platform Scales, New Huskie 11218 SDS Hammer Drills, (4) New 1in. Drive Air Impact Wrenches, (4) New 1/2in. Drive Air Spray Gun Kits, (6) New 2in. x 50ft. Discharge Water Hoses, (4) New Stiff Neck Pintle Hitches.
PLEASE NOTE! NEW SALE DATE!
Day 1, Tues, August 20 @ 9AM
Day 2 (Online Auction) Bid Aug 16 - Aug 21 Bidding Closes Aug 21
Address: 12601 State Rd. 545 North (Avalon Rd.), Winter Garden, FL 34787.
Beginning @ 11AM
DIRECTIONS: From Tampa: I-4E to Rte. 27N for 6.5 miles to Rt. 192E for 1 mile. Left on Avalon Rd. for 3 miles to sale site on left. From Orlando: I-4W to Rt. 192W for 5.5 miles, turn right on Avalon Rd. to sale site. FLORIDA AUCTIONEER LICENSE: #AU 0001548, FLORIDA LICENSE: #AB-1091. SALE SITE PHONE: (407) 239-2700, (770) 537-7386, FAX: (407) 239-0068.
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CONSTRUCTION & AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT 4070 NC HWY. 211 EAST LUMBERTON, NC 28358
TUESDAY, August 20th, 2013 - 8:00 AM Featuring Equipment from:
ATCO EQUIPMENT SALES AND RENTALS ▪ ARMSTRONG CONTRACTING ▪ BRAXTON BRITT PLUMBING DARRELL HARP ENTERPRISES LLC ▪ EASY KLEEN PRESSURE SYSTEMS ▪ RENTAL COMPANIES FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS ▪ HAGNER FARMS ▪ SEC EQUIPMENT CORP ▪ AND OTHER OWNERS
FEATURING: EARTH MOVING EQUIPMENT, ASPHALT AND PAVING EQUIPMENT, AERIAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, ATTACHMENTS, TRUCK TRACTORS, DUMP TRUCKS, SERVICE MECHANIC TRUCKS, SPECIALTY TRUCKS, PICKUPS, TRAILERS, LARGE SELECTION OF COMBINES AND AGRICULTURAL HARVESTING EQUIPMENT, TILLAGE AND SEEDING EQUIPMENT, CUTTERS AND SHREDDERS, AND MUCH MORE. MAKE PLANS TODAY TO ATTEND!
2 OF 3 - 2007 NEW HOLLAND TD95D 4WD
(2) 2007 MACK CXN613 VISION DAY CABS
1995 CAT 325L
NEW HOLLAND TN65 BROOM TRACTOR
JLG 600S (4X4) 60 FT REACH
2010 KUBOTA M100XDTC 4WD
CAT D4C LGP SERIES III
2 OF 3 - JOHN DEERE 9650STS COMBINES
1997 CAT 416C IT (4X4)
1998 MACK CH613
2000 DEERE 210LE 4X4
2003 JCB JS130
1999 INGERSOLL RAND PT-125R
2004 DEERE 450CLC
2004 INGERSOLL RAND DD-24 DURAPAC
2010 CAT 247B3
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ALEX LYON & SON AUCTIONEERS www.lyonauction.com 315-633-2944 • Sacramento, CA Sat.,August10,2013 For:LateModelConstruction Equipment • Albany, NY Sun.,August11,2013 For:FamilyHouses,Income ProducingOpportunitiesofa Lifetime! • Orlando, FL Wed.,August14,2013 For:LateModelConstruction RentalFleetEquipment,Trucks &Trailers • Canton, OH Sat.,August17,2013 For:MajorJobCompletionof Cranes,Forklifts,SkidSteers, Welders,Trucks&Trailers • Parkersburg, WV Thurs.,August22,2013 For:LateModelJohnDeere& CatConstructionEquipment • Queretaro, Mexico Fri.,August23,2013 For:LateModelConstruction Equipment(mostlyCat), Asphalt&VibratoryRoller, AerialLifts
• Central Square (Syracuse), NY Sat.,October12,2013 For:CompleteLiquidationof ConstructionEquipment • Las Vegas, NV Sat.,October19,2013 For:LateModelRentalFleet Equipment,Booms,Scissors, Telescopic&Warehouse Forklifts • Lima, Peru Sat.,October26,2013 For:LateModelEarthmoving ConstructionEquipment, Support&Attachments.
Coming Auctions To view information on upcoming auctions visit our Auction Calendar at www.constructionequipmentguide.com COMMONWEALTH OF PA AUCTIONS
HUNYADY AUCTION COMPANY
• Mill Hall, PA Tues.,October8,2013 For:FallHeavyEquipment
DAVIS AUCTIONS RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS
www.rbauction.com 402-421-2631 • Sacramento, CA August8,2013
• Prospect, CT Sat.,August10,2013 For:Utility&Construction Equipment
• Williston, ND August8,2013
• Hillsville, VA August14,2013
• Orlando, FL August15,2013
• Philadelphia, MS November20-21,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment
• Las Vegas, NV August16,2013
• Schuylkill Haven, PA Thurs.,August8,2013 For:AbsoluteAuctionSurplus LiquidationMazzuca Enterprises,Inc. • Eighty Four, PA Thurs.,September12,2013 For:AbsoluteAuctionComplete LiquidationMingoCreek Construction • New Orleans, LA SealedBid–Deadline: Wed.,September18,2013 For:PedestalMount StevedoringCraneBarges
• Albuquerque, NM August20,2013
DEL PETERSON & ASSOCIATES
• Atlantic City, NJ Sat.,August24,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment, Trucks,Trailers
• Charleston, WV August21,2013
• Houston, TX August28-29,2013
• Houston, TX Tues.,August27,2013 For:LateModelConstruction, Aerials,Forklifts,SkidSteers, Cars
• North East, MD August29,2013
• ONLINE ONLY Tues.,August20,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment
• Foley, MN Friday,September13,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment
• Long Island, NY Sat.,September7,2013 For:CompleteLiquidationof LocalRentalConstruction Company • Ashtabula (Cleveland), OH Thurs.,September12,2013 For:CompleteLiquidationof formerMajorScrapCompany • Bangor, ME Sun.,September15,2013 For:LightConstruction& SupportEquipment • Portland, OR Thurs.,September19,2013 For:LateModelConstruction RentalFleetEquipment • Boston, MA Sat.,September21,2013 For:CompleteLiquidation, ConstructionEquipment,Truck Tractors&Trailers • Buffalo, NY Sat.,October5,2013 For:LateModelConstruction& BoringEquipment,Trucks& Trailers
• Columbus, OH September12,2013 • Raleigh-Durham, NC September19,2013 • Atlanta, GA September20,2013 • Nashville, TN September24,2013
• ONLINE ONLY Tues.,September24,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment
IRON PLANET AUCTIONS DON SMOCK AUCTION CO., INC. www.dsa-auctions.com 765-778-9277 • Pendleton, IN September20,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment
• Pendleton, IN December13,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment
• ONLINE ONLY Wed.,August14,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment
FREY & SONS, INC.
• ONLINE ONLY Wed.,August21,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • ONLINE ONLY Wed.,August28,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment
THE BRANFORD GROUP www.thebranfordgroup.com 203-488-7020 • Alliance, OH Tues.,August13,2013 For:ModernConstruction Equipment
• Foley, MN Friday,December6,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment
www.freyandsons.com 419-455-3739 • Burbank, OH Thurs.,August22,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment
www.ironplanet.com 888-433-5426 ONLINE AUCTIONS Go to www.ironplanet.com to view the complete auction schedules, inspection reports and to place your bid! • ONLINE ONLY Thurs.,August22,2013 For:Oil&Gas
JAMES G. MURPHY INC. AUCTIONEERS www.murphyauction.com 800-426-3008 • Kapolei, HI Wed.,August14,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment
G.W. McGREW AUCTION COMPANY www.mcgrewequipment.com 717-428-0922 • Seven Valleys, PA Tues.,August13,2013 For:SummerFarm& ConstructionEquipment
MANASSE AUCTIONEERS www.manasseauctions.com 607-692-4540 • Whitney Point, NY Sat.,August10,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment
MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com 800-763-2728 • Arjay (Pineville), KY Tues.,August13,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • Pelzer, SC Wed.,September25,2013 For:PublicFallEquipment& TruckAuction
MEEKINS AUCTION COMPANY
• ONLINE ONLY Tues.,August20,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • ONLINE ONLY Wed.,August21,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • ONLINE ONLY Thurs.,August22,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment • ONLINE ONLY Thurs.,August29,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment
RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC.
• Lumberton, NC Tues.,August20,2013 For:Construction&Agricultural Equipment
• Halifax, NC Sat.,August31,2013 For:Construction&Agricultural Equipment,Trucks&Trailers
MOTLEY’S AUCTION & REALTY GROUP www.motleys.com 804-232-3300 • Richmond, VA Tues.,August20,2013 For:OneOwnerAbsolute EquipmentAuction
NORTH COUNTRY AUCTIONS www.northcountry-auctions.com 603-539-5322 • Acton, MA Thurs.,August22,2013 For:OneOwnerAbsolute EquipmentAuction
PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.petrowskyauctioneers.com 860-642-4200 • North Franklin, CT September20-21,2013 For:MajorPublicEquipment Auction • Columbus, OH Thurs.,Oct10,2013 For:PublicEquipmentAuction • Carroll (Columbus Area), OH Thurs.,Oct17,2013 For:MajorPublicEquipment Auction • Ponce, Puerto Rico Thurs.,November14,2013 For:MajorJobCompletion Equipment
• Lebanon, TN August8-9,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment
ROY TIETSWORTH AUCTIONEERS www.tietsworth.com 585-243-1563 • Seneca Falls, NY Sat.,September21,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment
SALES AUCTION COMPANY, LLC www.salesauctioncompany.com 860-627-7506 • Windsor Locks, CT Sat.,October5,2013 For:Construction Equipment
UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net 302-530-9103 • Wilmington, DE Fri.,August23,2013 For:Construction, Utility & Forestry Equipment
VAUGHAN AUCTION GROUP www.vaughanauctiongroup.com 903-873-6777 • Wills Point, TX Thurs.,August22,2013 For:Summer Contractor’s Public Auction
WAYNE PIKE AUCTION COMPANY www.waynepikeauction.com 763-389-2700
• Princeton, MN Sat.,September14,2013 For:Construction Equipment
• ONLINE ONLY Thurs.,August15,2013 For:ConstructionEquipment
• Princeton, MN Sat.,December7,2013 For:Construction Equipment
PURPLE WAVE AUCTION
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Topcon HiPer SR, Pocket 3D Bring GNSS Receiver to Construction Sites With the introduction of a new version of Pocket 3D software for its HiPer SR GNSS receiver, Topcon Positioning Systems is expanding the delivery of high-accuracy 3D positioning technology to contractors needing a low-cost, one-man layout and measurement system. Pocket 3D is powerful, but easyto-use data collection and control software that has become the de facto standard for grade checking and other measurement applications on a job site, according to the manufacturer. The new version 10.0.2 makes it fully functional with the recently introduced HiPer SR receiver. The new receiver is not only “perfect for contractors, but also for other non-traditional GNSS users such as landscape architects, law enforcement forensics projects or any others requiring high-accuracy 3D positioning,” said Tony Vanneman, Topcon construction products marketing manager.
Its field-rugged and fully-integrated design delivers a 1,000-ft. (305 m) working radius through Topcon’s new LongLink technology. “This innovative wireless data link was developed specifically for the HiPer SR, and provides reliable and interference-free base-to-rover communications that don’t require an FCC license to operate,” Vanneman said. “It’s never been easier to realize the productivity benefits of one-man GPS control,” he said. “[Topcon] continues to set the standard with state-of-the-art devices combining leading technology in ultra-compact designs. Cable-free and simple to operate, the HiPer SR is the most compact professionalgrade base and rover RTK system available for the construction and survey industry,” he said. “We took the best signal tracking technologies and packaged them in a small, energy-efficient design.” Anyone looking for a rugged, easy-
to-use, low-cost 3D GPS system will find what they need in the HiPer SR.” Additional key features of the HiPer SR include: • Shock-resistant magnesium alloy housing — allowing the HiPer SR to take a 6 ft. (2m) pole drop onto concrete; • Weighs only 1.8 lbs. (0.8 kg); • 226 channel Vanguard technology, featuring Universal Tracking Channel technology, supports all satellite constellations; • Fence Antenna technology; • Quartz Lock Loop technology for GNSS tracking in high-vibration environments, such as on a four wheeler; • Capable of simultaneous LongLink operation with multiple rovers; • Sealed battery pack provides more than 15 hours of operation. For more information, visit top- Topcon’s Pocket 3D software for its HiPer SR GNSS is useful conpositioning.com. for contractors needing one-person layout.
Dowl Pin Drilling Made Simple With Minnich A-1C, A-2C
The Minnich A-1C and A-2C on-slab drills are ideal for a variety of dowel pin drilling applications.
The Minnich A-1C and A-2C on-slab drills are ideal for a variety of dowel pin drilling applications. With a total of four models available in the A-1C (single drill) series, plus the versatile A-2C double drill model, contractors can easily choose the proper on-slab drill for any project, according to the manufacturer. “On-slab drills offer a smart alternative to drilling dowel pin holes when it’s important to leave the subgrade untouched,” said Todd Jurjevic, sales and marketing director of Minnich. “Equipped with a steering wheel to enhance operator accuracy and control, our on-slab models are making a big impact with road builders.” The most popular model in the series requires a minimum cutout width of 48 in. (122 cm) to allow the drilling apparatus to align with the edge of the slab. The units in the A-1C and A-2C product lines can reach a maximum drill depth of 18 in. (46 cm) with an under collar drill steel length of 24 in. (61 cm). The powerful and efficient A-1C and A-2C models require 92.2 SCFM and 90 PSIG in terms of pneumatic power, and the drills can be equipped with an optional dust collection system to reduce debris on the job site. Another well-received feature on the A-1C and A-2C drills is the automatic shutoff feature. This function increases the life of the drill by minimizing the frequency of dry-firing on the job site. A-1C On-Slab Single Drill The A-1C units have an operating weight of 670 lbs. (304 kg), and feature adjustable drill height and depth. They also operate in three positions; horizontal, vertical, and at a 35-
degree stitch. Furthermore, they are capable of skew drilling for special applications. The A-1C on-slab series come standard with urethanefilled, flat-proof tires to ensure job site productivity. The models in the A-1C line have a drilling distance from the top of the slab ranging from 1.5 to 11.75 in. (3.8 to 30 cm). The A-1C series product line is available from Minnich’s global network of distributors and feature the following models: • A-1C-24 • A-1C-30 • A-1C-36 • A-1C-48 A-2C On-Slab Double Drill The A-2C, like its single drill counterpart, allows drilling in horizontal, vertical and 35-degree stitch positions, making it a highly versatile machine. Designed with productivity in mind, the A-2C cuts operating time roughly in half due to the incorporation of the second drill, according to the manufacturer. Additionally, the A-2C is equipped with a larger oiler for reduced maintenance, and the drill height and depth are adjustable at the shift of a lever from the easy-to-use, on-slab operator’s panel. The A-2C is capable of drilling a distance from the top of the slab ranging from 1.5 to 11.75 in. For more information, visit www.minnich-mfg.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
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Digital Information and Documentation Special Note: Complete specifications, photo libraries, and parts inventories can be found at our website, along with professional marine surveys for all stevedoring rigs. Please visit www.hunyady.com for additional information and more! This information is also available via email or fax and may be obtained by contacting the auction company.
Pedestal Mount Stevedoring Crane Barges
torque converter) and Cummins NT855 diesel engine (swing engine with DC generator), 60,000# capacity @ 100’, 130’ boom, (2) frame 16 hoist drums, (1) frame 10 boom hoist drum, squirrel cage tagline, mtd on `68 DRAVO 195’x66’x13’ Barge, (2) Clyde frame 7 triple drum diesel powered hoists w/air controls, 33,000 gal fuel capacity, 10,000 gal water capacity, shop area, (2) containers with galley, head, and break rooms, and generators. In good condition. (No Bucket Included)
Spare Parts Inventories Too Numerous To List
“Russell Knight” `99 MANITOWOC 2250, Series 1, 275 (Please Visit Our Website www.Hunyady.com Ton, s/n 2251052 (New s/n 2257003; Provided After New For Complete Listings) Frame Retrofit by Manitowoc in 2004), (2) Cummins N14C (535HP each) diesel engines and Rex Roth hyd pumps and (Major Components Will Be Offered Separately; motors, 50,000# clamshell capacity, 130’ boom, mtd on `81 Minor Parts Will Be Offered In Groups) New Johnsonville, Tennessee 160’x60’x10’ Barge, (1) American frame 7 triple drum electric powered hoist w/mechanLARGE Quantities of Spare Parts for Manitowoc 2250 ical controls, (1) American frame 6 triple drum electric powered Series I, Clyde 28DE90, and Manitowoc 4600 Series III. hoist w/mechanical controls, 50,000 gal fuel capacity, shop area, office, galley, change room/head, and (2) 160KW genera- (Includes UNUSED #44 Boom for 2250) tors. In good condition. (No Bucket Included) • “Kristin J” `66 CLYDE 28DE90, s/n CW-3881, Cummins VT1710, 12 cyl PLUS! `95 KOMATSU PC650-LC5 • AMERICAN 12210 diesel engine (725HP main engine with Twin Disc SP-214 Crawler Undercarriage • Clamshell Buckets and Hook Blocks
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Martin & Martin Auctioneers IronPlanet Moves Into New Names Godfrey New Manager Large Corporate Headquarters IronPlanet has relocated its corporate headquarters from 4695 Chabot Drive to 3825 Hopyard Road in Pleasanton, Calif. The new space offers 19,200 sq. ft. of contiguous space. “We are excited to move our headquarters to an updated, larger space,” said Doug Feick, senior vice president of corporate development and general counsel, IronPlanet. “The new office has added about 6,000 square feet, which enables our employees to work in a more collaborative environment and allows for potential expansions to our business in the future.” Since IronPlanet pioneered online equipment auctions over a decade ago, the company has sold more than $3 billion of used equipment. With the recent launch of TruckPlanet, an online marketplace for buying and selling used commercial trucks, the company has expanded its
offering with a flexible online marketplace that meets the specific needs of the over-the-road commercial truck industry. Focusing closely on the layout, lighting and configuration of the space, IronPlanet designed its new headquarters to better accommodate employee needs. The open design offers individual work stations and collaborative space, such as conference rooms equipped with technology, to encourage innovation. The contiguous office also allows employees to communicate more easily, driving improved productivity and enhanced service. “Our employees are embracing the new space and are excited to call it the new home of IronPlanet,” added Feick. Martin & Martin Auctioneers Inc. hired York Godfrey as territory manager of the For more information, visit www.iron- central Georgia market. Godfrey brings his 10 plus years of experience in the construction equipment market, with previous positions at Nations Rent and Cowin planet.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)
Equipment. Martin & Martin Auctioneers Inc. sells construction and heavy equipment, commercial and passenger vehicles and real estate in the southern United States at public auction.
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ADVERTISER INDEX To read articles about these CEG advertisers, visit www.constructionequipmentguide.com A E D ............................................................................................40 ADVANCE TIRE ..........................................................................63 ALEX LYON & SON INC KISSIMMEE FL....................................................................92 ALLIED CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS......................................59 ASC CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT USA ..........................2,3, 10 BARGAINS ..................................................................................88 BENCH MARK TOOL & SUPPLY ..................................................5 BID SPOTTER ............................................................................93 BOBCAT COMPANY ....................................................................39 BOBCAT OF GREENVILLE ..........................................................7 BOMAG ........................................................................................76 BROOKS SALES INC ..................................................................22 CASE CONSTRUCTION ........................................................50, 51 CAT AUCTION SERVICES ALBUQUERQUE NM ..........................................................99 CEG SCALE MODELS ................................................................66 CENTRAL ATLANTA TRACTOR ..................................................12 CLASSIFIEDS ..............................................................................88 CLEVELAND BROTHERS EQUIPMENT ..............................18, 19 COMPANY WRENCH ..................................................................13 CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE WANTED..............................................................................89 MINI COMPACT PROMO ....................................................48 TARGETED EMAIL..............................................................29 REACH YOUR MARKET ....................................................80 CONEX/CONAGG PROMO ................................................46 DOMINION EQUIPMENT PARTS ................................................91 DYNAPAC ....................................................................................69 EFFICIENCY PRODUCTIONS ....................................................27 FLANGE LOCK ............................................................................27 FLUID CONTROL SERVICES ....................................................28 G S EQUIPMENT ..........................................................................9 GEITH ..........................................................................................23 GEM ATTACHMENTS ..................................................................63 GENSCO EQUIPMENT LTD........................................................59 GOMACO CORP..........................................................................77 H & L TOOTH CO ........................................................................55 HALE TRAILER BRAKE & WHEEL ............................................21 HELAC CORP ..............................................................................30 HILLS MACHINERY COMPANY.................................................100 HITACHI CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY ............................84, 85 HUNYADY AUCTION CO NEW ORLEANS LA ............................................................97 HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ................................45 IRON PLANET ............................................................................95
JCB INC ......................................................................................61 JFW EQUIPMENT INC ................................................................81 JOHN DEERE ..............................................................................53 JOHN DEERE SKID STEER........................................................41 KOBELCO CONST MACH AMERICA LLC ............................31, 37 KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ......................................................47 KUBOTA ......................................................................................65 KUBOTA SVL ..............................................................................83 KUHN EQUIPMENT SALES INC ................................................17 LEEBOY ................................................................................74, 75 LINDER INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY CO ....................................71 LLOYD MEEKINS & SONS AUCTION CO LUMBERTON NC ................................................................93 MAULDIN PAVING PRODUCTS ..................................................72 MAY HEAVY EQUIPMENT ..........................................................16 MIDLAND MACHINERY CO ........................................................68 MOBILE TRACK SOLUTIONS ....................................................25 MOTLEY'S AUCTION & REALTY GROUP RICHMOND VA....................................................................92 NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC ..................................57 OKADA AMERICA........................................................................56 OX BODIES INC ..........................................................................25 PETERBILT OF MCCOMB ..........................................................25 PINNACLE CENTRAL CO ..........................................................30 POWERSCREEN ........................................................................35 RING POWER CRANE ................................................................12 RING POWER RENTAL ..............................................................11 ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ................................................27 ROSCO MFG CO ........................................................................70 SAKAI AMERICA INC ..................................................................81 SITECH MID-ATLANTIC ..............................................................22 SOLESBEES EQUIP & ATTACHMENTS ....................................16 TAKEUCHI....................................................................................86 TOKU AMERICA INC ..................................................................63 TRACTOR TRACS INC................................................................90 TRAMAC ......................................................................................33 TRENCH SHORING SERVICES ................................................40 UNITED RENTALS ......................................................................15 VOLVO COMPACTION ................................................................73 VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ....................................43 WHITE OAK EQUIPMENT INC ....................................................6 WILSON FINLEY..........................................................................90 WIRTGEN AMERICA..............................................................78, 79 YANMAR AMERICA ....................................................................87 YOUNG CORP ............................................................................28
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