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CAS Makes Second Trip to Florida Auct ions...62

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onExpo-Con/AGG and IFPE 2014 took center stage in Las Vegas March 4 to 8 with tremendous energy and serious buyers. Total registration of 129,364 soared past the last edition of the shows as they achieved the second-highest attendance in their history. The shows also set new records for exhibit space, number of exhibitors and education tickets sold. The co-located ConExpo-Con/AGG and IFPE, at the Las Vegas (USA) Convention Center, delivered a global showcase of the newest product innovations and technologies for the construction, construction materials and fluid power/power transmission/motion control industries with more than 1,000 new products and services on display.

Ritchie Bros. Holds Year’s Largest Sale…66

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Asphalt, Concrete, Paving, Compaction & Milling Section ......40-57 Business Calendar ......65 Auction Section ....60-75 Advertisers Index ......74

Industry Rejects OSHA’s Crystalline Silica Proposal The Construction Industry Safety Coalition, which represents 25 different construction trade associations, issued the following statement as it filed comments regarding the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) proposed Crystalline Silica Rulemaking:

“After an exhaustive analysis that involved hundreds of construction safety professionals, builders, construction managers and specialty trade contractors representing virtually every facet on the industry, it is our conclusion that the administration’s proposed new silica rule is significantly flawed and will do little to

improve workplace health or safety. Specifically, the proposed rule sets a silica exposure standard that cannot be accurately measured or protected against with existing equipment and includes a series of data errors that undermine many of the rule’s basic assumptions. “The proposed rule’s new silica exposure limit is virtually impos-

sible to accurately measure or protect against using existing technology. For example, commercially-available dust collection technology is not capable by itself of protecting workers from the rule’s new silica exposure limit. A limitation the agency appears to acknowledge in its see SILICA page 65


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2004 Sky Track 10054, Stk#: #9223, 10,000 lbs., 54 ft., 3,522 hrs., 4WD, 4WS, 60" Forks, 60" Frame, Aux. Hyd., 17.5x25 Foam Filled Tires, 4 Cyl. Cummins Eng ............................$49,500

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2006 Ingersoll-Rand SD70D, Stk#: 9045, 66" Smooth Drum, 1,555 hrs., Aux. Hyd.,14.9x24 Tires, 4 Cyl. Cummins Eng...................$38,500

2007 John Deere 310G, Stk#: #9255, OROPS, 4WD, 2,780 hrs., 90% Tires, 24" Bucket w/Quick Connect, Aux. Hyd., GP Front Bucket .. ............................................................$32,500

1998 Cat D6R XW, Stk#: 9101, EROPS, A/C, Sweeps, Rear Screen, St/Tilt Blade, 90% U/C, 7,851 hrs., Paccar PA56-E Winch S#9706072, 30" Pads ............................................$109,500

2009 Komatsu PC78US-6NO, Stk#: 9178, EROPS, 2012 Cat 272C, Stk#: 8722, EROPS, A/C, 144 2006 Pioneer PP63C17L, Stk# 8774, Water A/C & Heat, FM Stereo, 1,739 hrs., 18" Rubber Tracks, 36" Bkt, 7' 7" Blade, 4 Cyl. Komatsu Eng .. hrs., Aux. Hyd., 72" Bucket, 12x16.5 Tires, 4 Cyl. Pump, 728 hrs., 6 Cyl. Deutz Diesel Eng., ST ..................................................................$56,500 Cat Eng.................................................$47,500 7.00x15 Tires ........................................$13,500

2006 Lull 1044C-54, Stk#: 8913, 10,000 lbs., 54 ft., 4WD, 4WS, 4,748 hrs., 48" Forks, 74" Tilt 2011 Cat 259B3, Stk#: 9217, OROPS, 1,081 hrs., 67" Bucket, 13" Rubber Tracks, Aux. Hyd., 4 Frame, Outriggers, 14.00x24 Foam Filled Tires, 4 Cyl. JD Eng........................................$39,500 Cyl Cat Eng...........................................$36,500

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2008 Genie GTH844, Stk#: 8165, OROPS, 8,000 lbs., 44 ft., 4,653 hrs., 4WD, 4WS, 60" Forks, 52" Frame, 13.00x24 Hard Rubber Tires, 4 Cyl. JD Eng........................................$34,500

2005 Dynapac CA150D, Stk#: 9280, 66" Smooth 2007 Cat D6T XL, Stk: #8738, EROPS, A/C, FM Stero, S/U Tilt Blade, 5,477 hrs., Model D6H Drum, 1,670 hrs., 420/70B24 Tires, 4 Cyl. Cummins Eng ......................................$29,500 Ripper S# 1EH04502, 24" Pads ..........$179,500

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2010 Cat 329DL, Stk#: 9156, EROPS, A/C, Heat, FM Stereo, 3,425 hrs., 48" Bucket, 24" Single Grouser, 10'6" Wide ..........................$146,500

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JCB FLIES FLAG FOR INNOVATION AT MILESTONE CELEBRATION

JCB has celebrated the production of its 10,000th Teletruk forklift in patriotic style — by producing the milestone machine in the colors of Great Britain’s Union flag (also known as the “Union Jack”).

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SCE TO AUCTION EQUIPMENT

Southern California Edison (SCE) announced March 10 that it plans a public auction to sell surplus machinery and equipment at the San Onofre nuclear plant, which was permanently retired last year.

CRITICS HEATEDLY ATTACK 50-YEAR DEAL FOR PRIVATE OPERATION ON BOULDER TURNPIKE

Critics attacked a deal Feb. 12 that would allow a private consortium to operate the main highway between Denver and Boulder, saying it will last too long and puts the public at risk.

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CAT AUCTION SERVICES MAKES SECOND TRIP TO FLORIDA AUCTIONS

Their ability to sell cranes is not only a reflection of the product but also their outstanding customer service, long-term financial stability and solid reputation in the industry, according to the manufacturer.

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RITCHIE BROS. HOLDS WORLD’S LARGEST HEAVY EQUIPMENT AUCTION OF 2014

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JCB Flies Flag for Innovation at Milestone Celebration JCB has celebrated the production of its 10,000th Teletruk forklift in patriotic style — by producing the milestone machine in the colors of Great Britain’s Union flag (also known as the “Union Jack�). The red white and blue machine was snapped up by one of the UK’s best-known waste management companies, Biffa, who runs one of the largest fleets of JCB Teletruks in the world. It was sold by JCB dealer Watling JCB of Whetstone, Leicestershire. The keys to the colorful machine — a TLT 35D 4 x 4 Eco — were handed over by JCB Chairman Lord Bamford to Biffa CEO Ian Wakelin, at JCB’s World Headquarters, before the machine was placed into service at Biffa’s new flagship mechanical biological treatment facility in Horsham, West Sussex, where it is the sole industrial forklift truck handling waste bales.

“We have long recognized the advantages the JCB Teletruk’s forward reach ability brings to our business, which is why we have over 50 of these innovative machines working at our plants across the UK,� said Wakelin. “Its ability to reach forwards and load and unload trucks from one side saves time, space and ultimately money, which is crucial in an industry as competitive as ours. We are delighted to have taken delivery of the unique 10,000th Teletruk, the only one in the world to be painted in the colors of the Union flag.� The red, white and blue Teletruk is highly specified with a full cab and air conditioning, waste kit and a Cascade bale clamp. It also is one of the first machines off the production line with the brand new “JCB Diesel by Kohler� engine, a highly fuel-efficient Tier IV Final/Stage IIIB, which not only meets the next stage of emissions legislation without the need for a diesel particulate filter (DPF), but also uses less fuel and improves efficiency. The JCB Teletruk, manufactured at JCB Utility Products, Cheadle, Staffs, is the only counterbalanced forklift in the world with the ability to reach forwards. It is the only industrial truck with 4x4 capability and can work in rough or unprepared ground conditions enabling customers to keep the machine working in spaces previously considered inaccessible and in a range of applications due to its ability to pick up a host of attachments including clamps, grabs, lifting hooks, buckets, forks and rotators, according to the manufacturer.

Lord Bamford (front, right) joins in the celebration to mark the production of JCB’s 10,000th Teletruk.

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The 10,000th Teletruk was painted in the colors of Great Britain’s union flag.


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CEG Launches Its First-Ever App for Up-to-the-Minute Industry News Construction Equipment Guide (CEG) has launched its first-ever mobile app. Now regular readers of both the print and Web editions of Construction Equipment Guide will have access to all the latest equipment listings, auction calendars, and up-to-the-minute industry news coverage — right in the palm of their hands. Designed for both the Apple and Android platforms, the app is now available for download at both the iTunes Store and the Google Play Store. Both versions aim to bring the most popular aspects of the CEG Web site together in an easyto-use and informative application. The app is divided into three main focus areas: • The first is the Used Equipment listings section where users will have access to the full database of CEG’s listings. Users can drill down through multiple equipment categories to find the With articles that get exact piece of equipupdated constantly, the CEG app should be the ment they need and go-to resource for those locate all the relein the industry who want vant dealer info. The to keep pace with the app even allows the latest info. user to call or email the seller directly with the click of a button. • Secondly, users The Used Equipment listings section is where users will have on the go will be access to the full database of CEG’s listings. able to browse a host of upcoming equipment auc- of CEG’s editorial content, users will be able to keep up with tions from anywhere using the latest industry news from wherever they may be. With the mobile app. With listings articles that get updated constantly, the CEG app will be the that are updated daily, users go-to resource for those in the industry who want to keep of the CEG app will be sure pace with the latest info. (This story also can be found on Construction to find an auction taking Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipplace near them instantly. • Lastly, using the strength mentguide.com.) CEG

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CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 CONEXPO from page 1

Wheeler Machinery in Salt Lake City, Utah, just added an Anaconda FSL 100 screening plant to their rental fleet. (L-R): Martin Conway of Anaconda, and Cameron and Shannon Dixon of Wheeler Machinery. Prizes were awarded to those who could successfully and efficiently use this Link-Belt 250 x 4 excavator to pick up basketballs and place them in the basket.

Peter Lauwers of Atlas Copco tries his hand at the Weber Mt CR 7 soil compactor out in the Platinum Lot.

Attendees gravitated toward the JCB exhibit after an unforgettable performance by the JCB stunt team, more commonly known as the “Dancing Diggers.”

The 90,000-lb. (40,823 kg) Volvo EC380E excavator features a 302 hp (225 kW) Tier IV final engine.

Leading Edge Attachments is home of the famous ripper buckets. (L-R): Lee Horton, president of Leading Edge Attachments; and Stan Kopman and his wife, Trina, of TLC Plumbing and Utility, Albuquerque, N.M.

Komatsu’s booth was jam-packed with visitors.


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The John Deere excavator simulators were a huge hit with people, with many standing in line for the opportunity to give it a try.

Eddie Fernandez of PVT Land Co., Waianae, Hawaii, relaxes on one of the many chairs at the Industrial Seats Co. booth, a division of United Group Inc.

Attendees also took advantage of the shows’ strong industry education programs and the unparalleled opportunity to connect with industry peers, take the pulse of what’s happening and learn what the future holds. “The enthusiasm and traffic on the show floor was just incredible. Exhibitors cited the high quality of attendees; they told us these were serious buyers and reported robust sales to existing as well as new customers that exceeded their expectations,” said Megan Tanel, ConExpo-Con/AGG show director. Quality Attendance, International Scope ConExpo-Con/AGG and IFPE 2014 maintained the growing international scope of the shows with international registrations totaling more than 31,000, or an increase of nine percent from the most recent events. The number of countries represented increased to 170 from 159 in 2011, and the number of international attendees matched the record 24 percent of total attendance set in 2011. International attendance drew heavily from Latin America, China, Canada and Europe. More than 75 percent of show visitors were in managerial roles (with 36 percent of these with the top titles of president/owner and vice president/general manager/chief financial officer). Both shows set new records for exhibit space and number of exhibitors, ConExpo-Con/AGG with more than 2.35 million net sq. ft. of exhibit space and more than 2,000 exhibitors, and IFPE with more than 161,000 net sq. ft. and 400 exhibitors. A record 41,000 education ticket sales were sold to the shows’ education programs, underscoring their relevance to helping attendees succeed in today’s business environment. “ConExpo-Con/AGG and IFPE 2014 reflected the feeling of momentum building in the industry. We are industry-run shows with industry needs put first; these show numbers are a testament to the value attendees, exhibitors, and other stakeholders derive from their participation,” said Melissa Magestro, IFPE show director.

Justin Alonzo (L) of Keaau Service Station Inc., Keaau, Hawaii, gets a hands on demonstration from Altec’s Matt Trefz of an Altec boom truck featuring dual entry crane cab with the 20-degree tilt feature. Bruno Carr (L), Bruno Carr Inspections, Spring Creek, Nev., learns more about the Broce Broom MK-1 broom from Scott Wimer, Broce Broom.

George Lumpkins, product marketing manager, talks to the media during Kobelco’s press conference at ConExpo.

(L-R): LiuGong Construction Machinery N.A. LLC’s President Marc Dowdell provided impressive results for 2013 as well as all the exciting new programs for 2014.


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Allis-Chalmers Orange HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale $80

Caterpillar M200 Cold Planer, 1:50 Scale ....................$110

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Allis-Chalmers Yellow HD21 Dozer/Ripper, 1:50 Scale ..$80

Caterpillar 226B3 Skid Steer Loader, 1:32 Scale ..........$40

Komatsu HM400-3 Articulated Truck, 1:50 Scale........$100

Bantam Truck Mounted Crane, 1:50 Scale ..................$115

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Komatsu PC14R Mini-Excavator, 1:32 Scale ................$45

Bobcat A300 Skid Steer Loader, Scale 1:25 ..................$40

Caterpillar 365B L Series II Excavator, 1:50 Scale........$75

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Bobcat E35 Compact Excavator, 1:25 Scale ................$50

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Bobcat M200 Gold Skid Steer Loader, Scale 1:25 ......$30

Doosan Moxy MT31 Articulated Truck ........................$100

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Hamm 3307 Compact Roller, 1:34 Scale........................$45

Bobcat S530 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..................$65

Hitachi EH700 Off-Highway Truck, 1:50 Scale ..............$40

Bobcat S550 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..................$65

International 175 Crawler Loader, 4in1, 1:50 Scale ......$65

Bobcat S570 Skid Steer Loader, 1:25 Scale ..................$65

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Bobcat T550 Compact Track Loader, 1:25 Scale ..........$65

International TD-20E Dozer, 1:64 Scale ........................$24

Bobcat T590 Compact Track Loader, 1:25 Scale ..........$65

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Case 1102 Vibromax Roller, 1:35 Scale ......................$100

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Vogele MT3000-2i Power Feeder, 1:50 Scale ..............$140

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Volvo EC280 Excavator, 1:50 Scale................................$50

Caterpillar D5K2 LGP Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ..$65

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Volvo L220G Wheel Loader, 1:50 Scale ......................$120

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Volvo 6870 Wheeled Asphalt Paver, 1:50 Scale ............$90

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Wirtgen W250i Cold Milling Machine, 1:50 Scale........$160

Caterpillar D10T Track-Type Tractor, 1:50 Scale ........$100

Komatsu D375 A Dozer, 1:50 Scale ..............................$125

Wirtgen WR240 Recycler, 1:50 Scale ..........................$140

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Global Industry Gathering Place Among the show visitors were Acting U.S Deputy Secretary of Commerce Patrick D. Gallagher, Acting U.S. Deputy Secretary of Transportation Victor Mendez and former U.S. Rep. James Oberstar, who served as chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee from 2007 to 2011. The shows were chosen for the prestigious U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) International Buyer Program, which helps facilitate global attendance. More than 50 official international attendee delegations were organized by DOC as well as show industry partners. More than 95 allied associations and groups were official supporting organizations, coming from the United States, Canada and 16 other countries worldwide. Several national industry associations held their annual conventions or high-level board meetings at the shows; they joined hundreds of other industry and company meetings, from large events to smaller committees and other groups, all taking advantage of the shows to meet and share knowledge and learn from one another. Education, Exhibits The ConExpo-Con/AGG 2014 education program covered 120 sessions over 10 targeted tracks. The IFPE Technical Conference anchored IFPE 2014 education, joined by half-day “college-level courses” and a new Fluid Power Seminar series, from Hydraulics & Pneumatics magazine. ConExpo-Con/AGG featured a new Demolition & Recycling exhibit pavilion from the Construction & Demolition Recycling Association (CDRA) and the Technology & Construction Solutions pavilion from the Associated General Contractors of America. IFPE featured exhibit pavilions from the Power Transmission Distributors Association (PTDA) and for sensors manufacturers and product suppliers. Reinforcing the global scope of the shows were eight international exhibit pavilions: ConExpo-Con/AGG with China, Ireland, Korea, Spain and United Kingdom, and IFPE with China, Italy and Taiwan. Show safety and education/training events at the shows included: • NRMCA International Truck Mixer Driver Championship, from the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association • Lift Safety Zone, from NCCCO National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators and IPAF International Powered Access Federation • Crane Operator Rodeo from Maximum Capacity Media Industry recognition and networking events and programs also amplified the show experience: • Innovation Awards program (from Diesel Progress magazine and global powertrain specialist ZF Friedrichshafen) • Young Leaders event (from Construction Equipment magazine) • Quality of Life industry recognition campaign (from Dexter + Chaney) • 5K Run/Walk benefiting the non-profit Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund (from Maximum Capacity Media) • Night at the Race Track hospitality event at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

The Liebherr LR 1100 with a lifting capacity of 1,200 tons (1,089 t) made it one of the largest machines at ConExpo. This Kobelco SK 350 excavator with the Wounded Warrior paint scheme has been sold and is ready to be shipped with part of the sales price going to the $100,000 Wounded Warrior Project.

Caterpillar’s new 336F H Hybrid excavator was prominent at the manufacturer’s expansive exhibit.

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Bill Cox (L), Tadano, and Darrell Fornwald of APEX Tower Cranes, Surrey, B.C., Canada, discuss the GTC 1200, a 300-ton (272 t) telescopic boom crane.

Jean Paul Cajna (L) of Maya Enterprises, Miami, Fla., and Robert Varga of Global Cranes Sales, Houston, Texas, discuss the strengths of the Global RT65 rough-terrain crane. Don Bell (L) of Falcon Equipment Ltd., Surrey, B.C., Canada, takes a proud pose with John Carpenter of Maeda and his brand new MC285 CRME-2 mini-crane that he just purchased from Maeda.

JCB’s Dancing Diggers teamed up with a string quartet to wow the Las Vegas crowd.

The Caterpillar MT-450T, a construction grade tracked tractor built off the Cat 740 ADT platform, made an appearance at the show in all its glory.

Kobelco took the field in Las Vegas, showing ConExpo visitors that it plans to be a big player in the worldwide equipment market.


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struction project deserve to know what it contains.’’ Transportation Department spokeswoman Amy Ford has said parts of the proposed agreement are being kept secret because they contain proprietary financial information that the state has agreed needs to remain private. Tolls would be capped at $14 each way for the duration of the contract, but Ford said it was unlikely they would reach the maximum. “The likelihood we would get to that point is slim, and we expect tolls to be very similar to what they are today on the I-25 corridor, ranging from $4 to $6,’’ she said. The Plenary Group, with offices in Australia, Singapore, Canada and the United States, referred all questions on the contract to CDOT. A second meeting was scheduled in Louisville.

OKLAHOMA

OREGON

Titan Machinery Flagstaff Phoenix Tucson

(505) 342-2566

OCT Equipment

ARIZONA

COLORADO

Critics Heatedly Attack 50-Year Deal for Private Operation on Boulder Turnpike Critics heatedly attacked a 50-year deal Feb. 12 that would allow a private consortium to operate the main highway between Denver and Boulder, saying it will last too long and puts the public at risk. The Colorado Department of Transportation called a public meeting amid widespread criticism of its proposed contract with the consortium, Plenary Roads. Plenary would perform $425 million in construction to add toll lanes. The consortium would then collect all the tolls and maintain and plow the highway. Two lanes in each direction would remain free. About 250 people packed into a meeting room in Westminster, and many of the speakers denounced the deal, The Denver Post reported. “Fifty years is an insane amount of time,’’ Mike Skirpan of Boulder said. “Where is our protection?’’ “You never, ever sell a public entity to a private interest,’’ said Denver-area

CASE AUTHORIZED DEALERS

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TEXAS ASCO Abilene Amarillo Beaumont Belton Brenham Bryan Euless Houston Houston Lubbock Manor San Angelo San Antonio Sherman Tyler

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IDAHO

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(432) 367-8628

Century Equipment Company Cedar City Logan Salt Lake City Springville

(435) 586-4406 (435) 752-1533 (801) 262-5761 (801) 794-1463

Burks Tractor Company Caldwell Twin Falls

(208) 466-7875 (208) 733-5543

WASHINGTON Central Machinery Sales

Pioneer Equipment Company Idaho Falls

(208) 523-5455

MONTANA (406) 259-5500 (406) 587-0728 (406) 227-6880 (406) 453-1405 (406) 543-7782

Auburn Marysville

NEVADA

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Titan Machinery

Hertz Equipment Rental (702) 876-2223

Sonsray Machinery Sparks

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WYOMING Rock Springs

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Titan Machinery Billings Bozeman East Helena Great Falls Missoula

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Casper Cheyenne Gillette

(307) 234-5381 (307) 638-4400 (307) 682-9742


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CALIFORNIA

NEW MEXICO

TEXAS

MecoM equipMent Stockton, CA 209-466-5135

ciSco FoRD equipMent www.cisco-eq.com Artesia, NM 575-748-1314

ciSco FoRD equipMent www.cisco-eq.com 520 SE Loop 338 Odessa, TX 79762 432-550-9181 Fax: 432-367-9335 Lubbock, TX 806-745-9595 San Angelo, TX 325-653-2121

HeAVY equipMent SALeS Corona, CA 951-674-9999 Pacoima, CA 951-674-9999

WASHINGTON FouR SeASonS equipMent Dallas, TX 214-388-1700 Houston, TX 281-807-9777

Jet citY equipMent Oak Harbor, WA 360-675-4441 North Seattle, WA 360-651-9079 Wenatchee, WA 509-888-8181


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CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 CONEXPO from page 21

Viva Los Videos

A line forms for Volvo’s demo challenge on its EC55C compact excavator. The CDE Global display featured its new CDE 450. (L-R): Renee, Corinna and Ken Foster of Fosters Excavating in Hayden, Idaho.

Couldn’t make it to the big show in Las Vegas? Or you did but want to review many of the new products and services manufacturers unveiled at ConExpo 2014? Visit Construction Equipment Guide’s ConExpo 2014-dedicated Web site at http://www.constructionequipmentguide.com/pages/conexpo/ to watch more than 60 ConExpo equipment videos, booth walk-arounds, entertainment clips and more. While you’re there, also check out a slideshow containing more than 400 photos taken during the five-day event, equipment articles and much more.

Alan Stone (L) of FRD USA explains the features of the FRD FX 475 hydraulic hammer to Robert McKinney of RC McKinney Construction in Glendale, Calif.

Jamie Vokes, vice president of Pirtek USA, stands in front of one of his service vehicles.

Barry McManus (L) of Klein discusses the K-900 water truck with Jake Malone of CalPortland Company in Glendora, Calif. In from Long Beach, Calif., Clint Riker (L) and Andy Payne take in the massive size of Liebherr’s LR 11000 crawler crane.

Hitachi was excited to announce and display its new EH11005 haul truck.

(L-R): Rusty Yarbro, Cat Hancock and Jeff Harper, all of Waukesha-Pearce Industries Inc., Corpus Christi, Texas, look over the 875E while at the Sennebogen display.

This Liebherr 11000 was one of the largest cranes on display and was a favorite photo spot.


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CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014

Discussing the new Schwarze M6 Avalanche street sweeper at the Schwarze Industries exhibit area (L-R) are Gavin Singleton; Mike Knight; Russell Dysard; Carl Bahnsen of Nixon-Egli Equipment Co., based in Calif.; and Cesare Bernardi of Schwarze Industries.

SANY’s Vice President and General Manager Eric Teague goes over the excavator line at the SANY exhibit and introduces the all-new mini-excavator products, featuring Yanmar Tier IV Final engines specifically designed for the North American marketplace.

ALLU presented its new D-series at the show, with demos of the ALLU D series and DL series working side by side.

Experience ‘The Power of Hyundai’ was the theme of its display, which featured the company’s largest excavator — the R1200-9, a 260,000-lb. (117,934 kg) machine with a 9-cu. yd. (6.9 cu m) bucket.

Bar None Auction representatives smile for the camera at ConExpo.

In the Screen USA exhibit area, Rick Cohen (L) discusses his company’s Trom 406 trommel screen with Jim Lembeck of Diversified Management Systems, Palm Desert, Calif.

Case’s Vice President Jim Hasler addresses the media at ConExpo 2014.


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Link-Belt Names Top Five Dealers for 2013 Skeeter Collins, Link-Belt’s manager of North American Sales, has announced the top five dealers for 2013. These dealers were selected on the basis of overall performance in sales and marketing of Link-Belt cranes. Their ability to sell cranes is not only a reflection of the product but also their outstanding customer service, long-term financial stability and solid reputation in the industry, according to the manufacturer. Link-Belt’s top five dealers for 2013

(listed in alphabetic order): 1. Atlantic & Southern, Lake City, Ga. 2. Consultants F. Drapeau Inc., Quebec, Canada 3. General Equipment, Fargo, N.D. 4. Holt Crane & Equipment, Houston, Texas 5. Mardian Equipment, Phoenix, Ariz. According to Collins, “2013 brought many challenges to our dealer network. Having the strongest distribution in the crane industry and some of the finest

sales professionals helped Link-Belt have one of its best years in its history. These top five dealers, like the rest of our distributors, did a great job reinvesting in their companies as well as having strong sales of cranes to their customers.” For more information, visit www.linkbelt.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

POWER MOTIVE CORPORATION 5000 Vasquez Blvd. Denver, CO 80216 303-355-5900 Fax: 303-388-9328 Colorado Springs, CO 719-576-5541 Grand Junction, CO 970-241-1550 Milliken, CO 970-587-1188 Durango, CO 970-259-0455 Cheyenne, WY 307-752-0273 www.powermotivecorp.com

WAUKESHA-PEARCE INDUSTRIES, INC. 12320 S. Main Houston, TX 77035 713-723-1050 Fax: 713-551-0798 Tomball, TX 281-351-9016 Kilgore, TX 903-984-2011 Port Arthur, TX 409-721-5305 Corpus Christi, TX 361-884-8275 Edinburg, TX 956-386-0107 San Antonio, TX 210-648-4444 Pflugerville, TX 512-251-0013 Buffalo, TX 903-322-7150 www.wpi.com

KOMATSU EQUIPMENT COMPANY 1486 South Distribution Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84104 801-972-3660 4460 Pioneer Way Elko, NV 89801 775-753-7557 3825 Losee Road North Las Vegas, NV 89030 702-399-1004 900 Marietta Way Sparks, NV 89431 775-356-1334 6253 West Gilbert Industrial Court Hurricane, UT 84737 435-986-1000 10790 South Highway 59 Gillette, WY 82718 307-682-1445 405 Jonah Drive Rock Springs, WY 82901 307-686-1300


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KIRBY-SMITH MACHINERY INC. 6715 W Reno Oklahoma City, OK 73137 800-375-3339 405-495-7820 Fax: 405-787-5973 12321 E. Pine Street Tulsa, OK 74116 800-375-3733 918-438-1700 Fax: 918-437-7065 Abilene, TX 877-577-5729 325-692-6334

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Amarillo, TX 800-283-1247 806-373-2826 Dallas, TX 800-753-1247 214-371-7777 Ft. Worth, TX 877-851-9977 817-378-0600 Lubbock, TX 866-289-6087 806-745-2112 Odessa, TX 877-794-1800 432-333-7000 www.kirby-smith.com

ROAD MACHINERY LLC 4710A E. Elwood • Suite 6-7 Phoenix, AZ 85040 602-252-7121 Fax: 602-253-9690 Gilbert, AZ 480-545-2400 Tucson, AZ 520-623-8681 Prescott, AZ 928-778-5621 Albuquerque, NM 505-345-8383 Farmington, NM 505-324-8601 El Paso, TX 915-872-1001 Bakersfield, CA 661-695-4830 Freemont, CA 510-659-1903 Perris, CA 909-355-3600 Redding, CA 530-229-3822 Sacramento, CA 916-375-3540 Cananea, Sonora, Mexico 011-52-6453328300 www.roadmachinery.com

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Ditch Witch of Oklahoma/Tulsa Edmond, OK 73034 405-348-4633 Tulsa, OK 74116 918-438-1560

RGW Equipment Sales www.rgwequipmentsales.com 550 Greenville Road Livermore, CA 94550 925-606-2403 925-606-2493 Fax

Vermeer of Texas-Louisiana www.vermeertexas.com Alamo, TX 956-782-5580 Amarillo, TX 806-622-2407 Corpus Christi, TX 361-887-8499 Denham Springs, LA 225-665-7900 Waco (Ross), TX 254-829-9655 Irving, TX 972-255-3500 Houston (Cypress), TX 281-671-6000 Kilgore, TX 903-988-9868 Lubbock, TX 806-745-1245 Round Rock, TX 512-244-0505 San Antonio, TX 78219 210-337-7700


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POWER MOTIVE CORP. 5000 Vasquez Blvd. Denver, CO 80216 303-355-5900 Fax: 303-388-9328 Colorado Springs 719-576-5541 Grand Junction 970-241-1550

Milliken 970-587-1188 Durango 970-259-0455 Cheyenne 307-752-0273

DITCH WITCH OF EAST TEXAS

DITCH WITCH OF ARIZONA

www.witchequipment.net

www.ditchwitchaz.com

7809 Hwy. 271 Tyler, TX 75708 903-592-6226 Fax: 903-535-9768

4028 S. 36th St. Phoenix, AZ 85040 602-437-0351

TRI-WEST TRACTOR www.tri-westtractor.com

Tucson, AZ 520-579-0261

6281 Southfront Road Livermore, CA 94450 925-455-8200 Fax: 925-455-8220


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Irving, TX 972/438-4699 Fort Worth, TX 817/566-1541 Hewitt, TX 254/666-3900 Pflugerville, TX 512/272-4141 New Braunfels, TX 830/632-3100

RDO EQUIPMENT CO.

YELLOWHOUSE MACHINERY CO.

www.rdoequipment.com

www.yellowhouse.us

Laredo, TX 956/718-1909 Flagstaff, AZ 928/526-0639 Phoenix, AZ 602/415-4700 Prescott, AZ 928/776-8300 Tucson, AZ 520/294-5262

Lakeside, CA 619/370-4300 Riverside, CA 951/778-3700 Indio, CA 760/342-8900 Imperial, CA 760/355-4331

San Angelo TX 325/651-3337

PO Box 31388 Amarillo TX 79120 806/335-1681 806/335-3932 Fax

Wichita Falls, TX 940/322-3337

Lubbock TX 806/763-0473

Enid OK 580/233-5000

Odessa TX 432/580-3337

Tulsa OK 918/245-5926

Abilene TX 325/677-2291

McAlester OK 918/423-2555


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Nothing Performs Like Ditch Witch Equipment. Except Perhaps Your Dealers. The finest light construction equipment deserves the best support. That’s just what you’ll find at your local Ditch Witch® dealer. Factory-trained service technicians. Expert advice. Answers to all of your questions. Overnight shipment of parts to just about anywhere. And, of course, the leading underground construction equipment in the world. Your Ditch Witch dealer will help you get the most out of your equipment. To find one near you, visit ditchwitch.com.

ditchwitch.com

Witch Equipment Co., Inc. Fort Worth, TX | 817-429-4824 Witch Equipment Company, Inc. Witch Equipment Co., Inc. Fort Worth, TX | 817-429-4824

Hewitt, TX | 254-666-3344 Witch Equipment Company, Inc. Ditch Witch Oklahoma Hewitt, TX |of254-666-3344

Edmond, OK | 405-348-4633

Ditch Witch of New Mexico, Inc. Ditch Witch of NM New| Mexico, Inc. Albuquerque, 505-345-1888

Albuquerque, NM | 505-345-1888 ©2010 The Charles Machine Works, Inc.

Ditch Witch of East Texas Tyler, TX | 903-592-6226 Ditch Witch of Houston

Ditch Southwest Houston, TX Witch | 713-462-8866 Lubbock, TX | 806-745-6866 Odessa, TX | 432-617-8351 Ditch Witch of East Texas

Ditch Witch of Arkansas Springdale, AR | 479-419-9771

Ditch Witch of Houston Houston, TX | 713-462-8866

Ditch Witch of Oklahoma Ditch Witch of Arkansas Edmond, OK | 405-348-4633

Ditch Witch of Arkansas Witch Northwest Benton, AR | Ditch 501-316-3200

Benton, AR | 501-316-3200

Portland, OR | 503-286-6400

Tyler, TX | 903-592-6226

Ditch Witch of Tulsa Witch of Arizona Tulsa, OKDitch | 918-438-1560

Tukwila, WAof| Arizona 206-995-8420 Ditch Witch Billings, MT | 406-252-7667 Phoenix, AZ | 602-437-0351

Lubbock, TX | 806-745-6866

Ditch Witch of Arkansas Ditch Witch Southern Arizona Springdale, AR |of479-419-9771

Ditch Witch of Tulsa Tulsa, OKWitch | 918-438-1560 Ditch Southwest

Phoenix, AZ | 602-437-0351 Tucson, AZ | 520-579-0261

Ditch Witch of Southern Arizona Tucson, AZ | 520-579-0261


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Nothing Performs Like Ditch Witch Equipment. Except Perhaps Your Dealers. The finest light construction equipment deserves the best support. That’s just what you’ll find at your local Ditch Witch® dealer. Factory-trained service technicians. Expert advice. Answers to all of your questions. Overnight shipment of parts to just about anywhere. And, of course, the leading underground construction equipment in the world. Your Ditch Witch dealer will help you get the most out of your equipment. To find one near you, visit ditchwitch.com.

ditchwitch.com

Witch Equipment Co., Inc. Fort Worth, TX | 817-429-4824 Witch Equipment Company, Inc. Witch Equipment Co., Inc. Fort Worth, TX | 817-429-4824

Hewitt, TX | 254-666-3344 Witch Equipment Company, Inc. Ditch Witch Oklahoma Hewitt, TX |of254-666-3344

Edmond, OK | 405-348-4633

Ditch Witch of New Mexico, Inc. Ditch Witch of NM New| Mexico, Inc. Albuquerque, 505-345-1888

Albuquerque, NM | 505-345-1888 ©2010 The Charles Machine Works, Inc.

Ditch Witch of East Texas Tyler, TX | 903-592-6226 Ditch Witch of Houston

Ditch Southwest Houston, TX Witch | 713-462-8866 Lubbock, TX | 806-745-6866 Odessa, TX | 432-617-8351 Ditch Witch of East Texas

Ditch Witch of Arkansas Springdale, AR | 479-419-9771

Ditch Witch of Houston Houston, TX | 713-462-8866

Ditch Witch of Oklahoma Ditch Witch of Arkansas Edmond, OK | 405-348-4633

Ditch Witch of Arkansas Witch Northwest Benton, AR | Ditch 501-316-3200

Benton, AR | 501-316-3200

Portland, OR | 503-286-6400

Tyler, TX | 903-592-6226

Ditch Witch of Tulsa Witch of Arizona Tulsa, OKDitch | 918-438-1560

Tukwila, WAof| Arizona 206-995-8420 Ditch Witch Billings, MT | 406-252-7667 Phoenix, AZ | 602-437-0351

Lubbock, TX | 806-745-6866

Ditch Witch of Arkansas Ditch Witch Southern Arizona Springdale, AR |of479-419-9771

Ditch Witch of Tulsa Tulsa, OKWitch | 918-438-1560 Ditch Southwest

Phoenix, AZ | 602-437-0351 Tucson, AZ | 520-579-0261

Ditch Witch of Southern Arizona Tucson, AZ | 520-579-0261


Construction Equipment Guide • Asphalt, Concrete, Paving, Compaction & Milling Section • www.constructionequipmentguide.com • March 22, 2014 • Page 41

see CHART page 42

ENGINE TYPE

MODEL

APIDS BOMAG | CEDAR Track Asphalt Pavers: CR362L CR462 CR562 CR662RM rs: Wheel Ashpalt Pave CR352L CR452 CR552 CR652RX

GEHL

Cummins Cummins Cummins Cummins Cummins Cummins Cummins Cummins

Yanmar 3TNV88 Yanmar 4TNV88

1448 Plus 1648 Plus

CO GOMA er II Command Commander III-3T Commander III-4T Curb Cadet GT-3200 GT-3600 4400 GT-6000-78 GT-6000-90 GT-6300 GT-6300-4T Slipform GT-3400 GP-4000-2T GP-4000-4T GHP-2800-2T GHP-2800-4T GP-2600-2T GP-2600-4T GP-2400-2T GP-2400-4T

Cummins, diesel Caterpillar, diesel Caterpillar, diesel Vanguard, gas Caterpillar, diesel John Deere, diesel Cummins, diesel Cummins, diesel Cummins, diesel Cummins, diesel Cummins, diesel Caterpillar, diesel Caterpillar, diesel Caterpillar, diesel Caterpillar, diesel Caterpillar, diesel Caterpillar, diesel Caterpillar, diesel Caterpillar, diesel Caterpillar, diesel

VOLVO Tracked: PF4410 P7110 P7820C P8820C Wheeled: PF2181 PF6160 PF6170 P7170

Deutz Volvo Volvo Volvo Deutz Cummins Cummins Volvo

VOGELE

Track Asphalt Pavers: Cummins Vision 5100-2 Cummins Vision 5200-2 Deutz Super 700 Deutz Super 1300-2 Perkins Super 1800-2 Perkins Super 1800-2 SprayJet Deutz Super 2100-2 rs: ve Pa alt Wheel Ashp Cummins Vision 5103-2 Cummins Vision 5203-2 Deutz Super 1303-2 Perkins Super 1803-2

TEREX Terex Bid-Well 5000 Terex Bid-Well 6500

Kubota, Diesel Kubota, Diesel

SCREED SIZE FT. (M)

WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

250 (76) 175 (53) 175 (53) 225 (68.6)

8 (2.4) 10 (3.05) 10 (3.05) 10 (3.05)

34,560 (15,676) 42,600 (19,323) 44,315 (20,101) 48,300 (21,910)

400 (122) 290 (88) 290 (88) 426 (130)

8 (2.4) 10 (3.05) 10 (3.05) 10 (3.05)

31,870 (14,458) 38,495 (17,461) 41,370 (18,765) 44,100 (20,003)

80 (24.4) 130 (39.6)

8 (2.44) 8 (2.44)

7,775 (3,527) 10,600 (4,808)

30.8 (9.3) 49 (14.9) 37 (11) 51 (15.5) 51.7 (15.8) 40.1 (12.2) 37.1 (11.3) 28 (8.5) 28 (8.5) 30 (9.1) 30 (9.1) 47 (14) 22.6 (6.9) 22.6 (6.9) 40.1 (12.2) 16.4 (5) 29.3 (8.9) 22.6 (6.9) 35 (10.7) 44 (13.4)

— — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —

20,000 (9,000) 29,500 (13,381) 48,500 (22,000) 2,650 (1,202) 15,000 (6,800) 26,000 (11,793) 30,000 (13,608) 12,200 (5,500) 13,100 (5,900) 23,100 (10,500) 28,500 (12,700) 27,500 (12,475) 88,000 (39,917) 115,000 (52,164) 72,000 (32,600) 87,000 (39,400) 65,000 (29,484) 83,000 (37,650) 55,000 (24,948) 60,000 (29,484)

242 (73.8) 246 (75) 66 (20) 66 (20)

8 (2.44) 10 (3.05) 8 (2.44) 8 (2.44)

30,205 (13,700) 41,813 (19,006) 34,392 (15,600) 29,022 (17,700) 27,295 (12,381) 36,122 (16,385) 36,422 (16,521) 39,030 (17,741)

34,050 (15,444) 34,390 (15,600) 11,685 (5,300) 20,944 (9,500) 42,549 (19,299) 45,856 (20,800) 47,179 (21,400) 32,849 (14,900) 32,400 (14,696) 20,944 (9,500) 38,140 (17,300) 11,966 (5,428) 13,925 (6,316)

65.4 (59.8) 297 (90.5) 297 (90.5) 297 (90.5)

8 (2.44) 10 (3.05) 10 (3.05) 10 (3.05)

250 (76) 250 (76) 98 (30) 98 (30) 79 (24) 79 (24) 82 (25)

8 (2.4) 10 (3.0) 3.7 (1.1) 5.8 (1.8) 8.3 (2.54) 8.3 (2.54) 8.3 (2.54)

19 (5.79) 25.6 (7.77) 14.9 (4.49) 26.2 (7.97)

8 (2.4) 10 (3.0) 5.8 (1.77) 8.3 (2.54)

75 (22.9) 75 (22.9)

n/a n/a

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PAVING SPEED FPM (MPM)

PAVING WIDTH FT. (M)

HOPPER CAPACITY TONS (T)

20 (6.1) max 28 (8.5) max 30 (9.1) max 30 (9.1) max 20 (6.1) max 28 (8.5) max 30 (9.1) max 30 (9.1) max

12 (3.67) 13 (3.96) 8 (2.4) 16 (5) 20 (6) 1 (.3) 5 (1.5) 10 (3) 8.2 (2.5) 4 (1.2) 5 (1.5) 16 (4.9) 20 (6) 6 (1.8) 50 (15.25) 50 (15.25) 32 (9.75) 32 (9.75) 32 (9.75) 32 (9.75) 24 (7.5) 24 (7.5)

21 (6.4) 26 (7.92) 36 (11) 42.7 (13) 20.9 (6.4) 25.9 (7.92) 25.9 (7.92) 26 (7.92)

19 (5.8) 25.5 (7.8) 10.5 (3.2) 16.4 (5.0) 32.8 (10) 19.7 (6.0) 42.6 (13) 12 (3.65) 15.7 (4.78) 11 (3.3) 14.3 (43.5) 12 (3.6) to 68 (20.7) 12 (3.6) to 66 (20.1)

10.0 (9.07) 14 (12.7) 16.7 (15) 16.7 (15) 10.0 (9.07) 14 (12.7) 16.7 (15) 16.7 (15) 4 (4.06) 1648 Plus 6 (6.09 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —

9.7 (8.8) 12.8 (11.6) 14.9 (13.5) 14.4 (14) 11.35 (10.3) 15.85 (14.38) 15.85 (14.38) 12.8 (11.6)

12 (10.8) 15.7 (14.2) 5.5 (5.0) 11 (10) 14.3 (13) 14.3 (13) 15.4 (14) 250 (226) 250 (226) 98 (89) 59 (53.5)

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MODEL

ENGINE TYPE

R CATERPILLACat erpillar

Deutz TCD2011 L03 Cummins QSB 6.7-C190 Cummins QSB6.7 Tier III Cummins QSB6.7 Tier III

8 (2.4) 8 (2.4) 10 (3) 6 (1.8) 8 (2.4) 8 (2.4) 10 (3)

27,760 (12,590) 31,299 (14,197) 33,352 (15,160) 9,921 (4,500) 29,335 (13,305) 33,775 (15,320) 36,982 (16,810)

AP500E Caterpillar AP600D Caterpillar AP1000E Caterpillar AP255E Caterpillar AP555E Caterpillar AP655D Caterpillar AP1055E ut screeds NOTE: weights witho

DYNAPAC

SCREED SIZE FT. (M)

WEIGHT LBS. (KG)

0-16 m/min 28 m/min 240 fpm 240 fpm

4 (1.2) 10 (3) 10 (3) 10 (3)

12125 (5,499) 49,285 (22,355) 46,250 (20,978) 41,825 (18,971)

PAVING SPEED FPM (MPM)

PAVING WIDTH FT. (M) 6 to 20.2 (1.8 to 6.15) 6 to 20.2 (1.8 to 6.15) 8 to 24.1 (2.44 to 7.37) .5 to 8.5 (.13 to 2.6) 6 to 20.2 (1.8 to 6.15) 6 to 20.2 (1.8 to 6.15) 8 to 24.1 (2.44 to 7.37)

200 (61) 200 (61) 200 (61) 108 (33) 200 (61) 230 (70) 200 (61)

4 - 10 (1.2 - 3) 10 - 39.7 (3 - 12.1) 10-26 (3 - 7.9) 10-26 (3 - 7.9)

HOPPER CAPACITY TONS (T) 219 cu. ft. (6.2 cu m) 230 cu. ft. (6.5 cu m) 251 cu. ft. (7.1 cu m) 109 cu. ft. (3.1 cu m) 219 cu ft. (6.2 cu m) 230 cu. ft. (6.5 cu m) 251 cu. ft. (7.1 cu m)

5 (4.5) 16.5 (14.9) 13 (11.8) 13 (11.8)

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MODEL

BOMAG BM500/50 BM600/15 BM1000/30-2 BM1200/30-2 BM1300/30-2 BM2000/60-2

DIMENSIONS (WxL) FT. (M)

19.7 (50) 23.6 (60) 39.4 (100) 47.2 (120) 51.2 (130) 78.7 (200)

28.05 x 4.36 (8.54 x 1.33) 28.05 x 4.69 (8.54 x 1.43) 43.5 x 6.9 (13.26 x 2.1) 43.5 x 7.27 (13.26 x 2.2) 43.5 x 7.27 (13.26 x 2.2) 48.9 x 8.2 (14.9 x 2.5)

ILLAR 8.17 x 17.42 (2.5 x 5.33) CATERP ercarriage PM102 - Track und age PM102 - Wheel undercarri PM200 PM200 PM201 PM201

DYNAPAC PL350TD PL500TD

VOLVO Volvo MT2000 Volvo MW500

WIRTGEN W 35 DC W 50 W 50 DC W 60i W 100 W 100i W 100 F W 100Fi W 120 F W 120 Fi W 130 F W 130 Fi W 150 W 150i W 200 W 200i W 210 W 210i W 220 W 250 W 250-12

WIDTH CUT IN. (CM)

40 (100) 40 (100) 79 (201) 88 (224) 83 (210) 88 (224)

8.17 x 17.42 (2.5 x 5.33) 9 x 45.5 (2.75 x 13.94) 9.5 x 45.5 (2.97 x 13.94) 9.2 x 49.5 (2.81 x 15.1) 9.2 x 49.5 (2.81 x 15.1)

13.8 (35) 19.7 (50)

40 x 151.5 (12.2 x 46.2) 47 x 366.4 (14.3 x 111.7)

8.1 by 47.8 ( 2.5 by 14. 6)) 5.9 by 30.8 (1.70 by 9.4 14.5 x 4.4 (4.4 x 1.35) 27.8 x 5.5 (8.4 x 1.67) 28.6 x 5.5 (8.7 x 1.67) 40.3 x 6.4 (12.3 x 1.9) 36.7 x 7.7 (11.2 x 2.3) 36.9 x 7.7 (11.2 x 2.3) 41.5 x 8.3 (12.6 x 2.5) 42 x 8.4 (12.8 x 2.6) 41.5 x 8.8 (12.6 x 2.6) 42 x 8.8 (12.8 x 2.6) 41.5" x 9 (12.6 x 2.7) 42 x 9 (12.8 x 2.7) 42.8 x 7.9 (13 x 2.95) 43.3" x 7 .9 (13.2 x 2.95) 46.9 x 8.2 (14.3 x 2.5) 47.5 x 8.2 (14.5 x 2.5) 46.6 x 4.9 (14.2 x 1.5) 47.7 x 4.9 (14.2 x 1.5) 51 x 9.3 (15.6 x 2.8) 53.2 x 9.3 (16.2 x 2.8) 53.2 x 9.3 (16.2 x 3.1)

86 (218.5) 19.7 (50) 14 (35) 20 (50) 20 (50) 24 (60) 39 (100) 39 (100) 39 (100) 39 (100) 47 (120) 47 (120) 51 (130) 51 (130) 59 (150) 59 (150) 78 (2000) 78 (2000) 78 (2000) 78 (2000) 87 (220) 87 (220) 150 (380)

DEPTH CUT IN. (CM) 0-8.3 (0-21) 0-8.3 (0-21) 0-12.6 (0-32) 0-12.6 (0-32) 0-12.6 (32) 0-12.6 (32)

12 (30.5) 12 (30.5) 12.6 (32) 12.6 (32) 12 (30.5) 12 (30.5) 3.9 (9.9) 7.9 (20)

14 (35.5) 8.3 (21) 4 (11) 6 (16) 8 (21) 12 (30) 12 (30) 12 (30) 13 (32) 13 (32) 13 (32) 13 (32) 13 (32) 13 (32) 13 (32) 13 (32) 13 (32) 13 (32) 13 (32) 13 (32) 14 (35) 14 (35) 14 (35)

OPERATING WEIGHT LBS. (KG) 16,755 (7,600) 16,976 (7,700) 42,108 (19,100) 42,770 (19,400) 43,100 (19.550) 66,800 (30,300)

38,810 (17,600) 37,705 (17,100) 66,359 (30,100) 69,445 (31,500) 86,360 (39,165) 87,495 (39,687) 10,185 (4,619) 16,535 (7,500)

80,930 (36,709) 20,020 (9,081) 10,251 (4,650) 14,473 (6,785) 17,857 (8,100) 34,613 (15,700) 36,585 (16,345) 36,586 (16,595) 49,813 (22,595) 50,343 (22,835) 52,216 (23,685) 52,746 (23,925) 53,209 (24,135) 53,738 (24,375) 54,454 (24,700) 55,336 (25,100) 59,922 (27,180) 60,914 (27,630) 62,139 (28,180) 63,670 (28,880) 97,488 (44,220) 112,016 (50,810) 114,728 (52,040)

ENGINE HP (kW) 125 (92) 125 (92) 275 (205) 275 (205) 275 (205) 590 (440)

225 (168) 225 (168) 575 (429) 575 (429) 650 (485) 650 (485) 60 (44.7) 130 (96.9)

Cummins 610 (455) Deutz 125 (93) 57 (43) 80 (60) 123 (92) 215 (160) 208 (155) 215 (160) 304 (227) 320 (239) 304 (227) 320 (239) 304 (227) 320 (239) 370 (276) 400 (298) 550 (410) 600 (447) 671 (500) 716 (534) 766 (571) 980 (731) 980 (731)

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Introducing 12 tons of stress relief

BOMAG introduces the new standard for affordable, user-friendly 12-ton soil compactors. The new BW211-40 series is loaded with ergonomic features to reduce operator fatigue. Plus it delivers over 53,000 lbs. of centrifugal force (nearly 62,000 lbs. for pad foot roller) over its massive 84-in working width. Other benefits include: •Redesigned, vibration-isolated operator’s platform with easy to use controls and improved sight lines •Shorter stop to stop steering input for less fatigue, 12-degree oscillation and 35-degree steering angle for optimum maneuverability •Easy open, no tool hood for better engine access •EPA-compliant Tier 3 diesel engines For detailed specs and full list of features and benefits on BOMAG 40-series rollers, visit

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Wirtgen W 210i, W 200i Offer Cold-Milling Performance The Wirtgen W 210i and W 200i ing are eliminated, track wear is minicold mills offer the same cold-milling mized, and the machine operates performance as their established W 210 smoother. They incorporate the level and W 200 predecessors, but are compro system, Wirtgen’s existing autopliant with U.S. Tier IVi emissions matic leveling system, which regurequirements. lates the pre-set milling depth and Like their predecessors, new W 210i actual readout electronically. and W 200i feature a standard milling Asphalt and concrete milling is one width of 79 in. (200 cm), but can be fitof the most abrasive environments for ted with optional 59 in. (150 cm) or 87 any machine, but their new vacuum in. (220 cm) cutting units. Three seleccutting system option will remove table engine speeds enable a broad dust, fines and smoke from the cutter range of applications, such as largechamber and extract it out the conveyscale surface course rehabilitation, or, keeping the machine cleaner and complete pavement removal at full prolonging component life. And depth, and fine milling, and have a Wirtgen’s new 3DS flexible applicamilling depth of 0 to 13 in. (0 to 33 cm). tion drum speed system will automatiThe W 200i is powered by a single cally slow drum speeds in deep cuts, engine generating 535 hp. Its operating saving on fuel consumption and tooth weight is 59,922 lbs. (27,180 kg) with Like their predecessors, new W 210i and W 200i feature a standard milling width of 79 in. (200 wear. half-full water tank, half-full fuel tank, cm), but can be fitted with optional 59 in. (150 cm) or 87 in. (220 cm) cutting units. Optional forward and rear television a 165-lb. driver and tools. cameras provide a view of reclaimed The W 210i has nearly all of the same fea- powerful W 210i incorporate a number of microprocessor-controlled enhancements to asphalt pavement into the haul truck hopper, tures as the W 200i, except for added power new technologies for cold mills that are machine control systems, tying all main or when the unit is in reverse, a view to the functions to a single source to manage fuel rear. in cutting applications, features a fuel-saving exclusive to Wirtgen Group. Their parallel-to-surface (PTS) technolo- costs, tooth costs and other variables. drive concept utilizing two diesel engines, For more information, call 615/501-0600 Their intelligent speed control system or visit www.wirtgenamerica.com. generating a total 680 hp with both engines gy automatically keeps the cutter housing engaged. Its operating weight is 63,670 lb. level as the W 200 and W 210 move into a incorporates an electronic flow divider that (This story also can be found on cut, accelerating production, and their makes the four tracks work in harmony Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at (28,880 kg). The W 200i and same-sized, but more “smart” WIDRIVE technology offers new when turning a radius. Skipping and notch- www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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WIRTGEN W 250: FUEL-SAVING. TIME-SAVING. COST-SAVING. ]Flexible dual-engine concept with unmatched low fuel consumption and less impact on the environment ]Extremely low fuel costs per 1 square yard ]Unique milling performance of up to 1,200 tons per hour ]Milling widths: 7’, 8’, 10’, 12’ 6” and 14’

W 250 DUAL-ENGINE CONCEPT One engine: Both engines combined:

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ENGINE TYPE

MODEL

ON WACKER NEUSHat z RD 7H-ES RS 800A RSS 800A RTX-SCZ RT 82-SC RD 12-90 RD 12-90A RD 16-100 RD 16-90 RD 27-100 RD 27-120

DRUM WIDTH IN. (CM) 25.5 (65) 28.3 (72) 28.3 (72) 22 or 32 (56 or 82) 32 (82) 35.4 (90) 35.4 (90) 39.4 (100) 35.4 (90) 39.4 (100) 47.2 (120)

Honda Honda Kohler Kohler Wacker Honda Kohler Kohler Perkins Perkins

BOMAG s Pneumatic Tire Roller BW11RH BW24RH BW27RH

Cummins Deutz Deutz

ory Rollers Tandem Drum Vibrat Honda -50 BW900 Kubota BW90AD-5 Kubota BW100ADM-5 Kubota BW100AD-4 Kubota BW120AD-4 Kubota BW135AD-5 Kubota -5 AD 138 BW Kubota -5 AD BW141 Kubota -5 AD BW151 Deutz -4 BW161AD Deutz HF BW190AD-4 Cummins BW266AD-4 Cummins BW278AD-4 Cummins BW284AD Rollers (Tandem) Intelligent Compaction Deutz AM -4 AD BW190 Cummins AM -4 BW278AD Rolers Combination Vibratory Kubota BW 138 AC-5 Rollers Single Drum Vibratory -40 DH 124 BW BW124PDH-40 BW145D-40 BW145DH-40 BW145PDH-40 BW177D-50 BW177DH-50 BW177PDH-50 BW211D-50 BW211PD-50 BW213DH-40 BW213PDH-40 BW213D-4 BW213DH-4 BW213PDH-4

Deutz Deutz Deutz Deutz Deutz Cummins Cummins Cummins Deutz Deutz Cummins Cummins Deutz Deutz Deutz

WIDTH IN. (CM)

na na na 73 (186) 63 (160) 61 (154) 61 (154) 77 (196) 79.6 (202) 98.8 (250) 94.9 (241)

27.5 (70) 33 (83) 33 (83) 22 (56) 32 (82) 40.8 (103) 40.8 (103) 43.3 (110) 39.4 (100) 43.3 (110) 51.2 (130)

108 (274.5) 209.4 (532.0) 209.4 (532.0)

68 (172.7) 83.4 (211.8) 83.4 (211.8)

n/a n/a n/a 35.4 (90) 35.4 (90) 39.4 (100) 39.4 (100) 47.2 (120) 51.2 (130) 54.3 (138) 59.1 (150) 66.1 (168) 66.1 (168) 78.7 (200) 66 (167.6) 78 (198.1) 84 (213.4) 78.7 (200) 78 (198.1) 54.3 (138) 47.2 (120.0) 47.2 (120.0) 56.1 (142.6) 56.1 (142.6) 56.1 (142.6) 66.4 (168.6) 66.4 (168.6) 66.4 (168.6) 83.9 (213.0) 83.9 (213.0) 83.9 (213.0) 83.9 (213.0) 83.9 (213.0) 83.9 (213.0) 83.9 (213.0)

) Rollers (Single Drum Intelligent Compaction utz De BW213DH-4 BVC

83.9 (213.0)

Soil Compactors BC462EB BC772EB-2

113.6 (288.5) 148.6 (377.5)

Deutz Deutz

INSIDE TURN RADIUS IN. (CM)

64.8 (164.7) 79.9 (203) 78 (198) 107.1 (272) 103.1 (262) 104.9 (266.5) 103 (261.6) 176.4 (448) 172.8 (439) 173.2 (440) 166.93 (424) 163 (414) 198 (502.9) 165 (419.1)

37.8 (96.1) 37.6 (95.6) 41.6 (105.6) 42.4 (107.6) 50.23 (127.6) 54.7 (139) 57.9 (147) 65.4 (166.4) 72.4 (184.4) 72.4 (184) 85.0 (216) 72 (182.9) 84.5 (214.6) 90 (228.6) 85.0 (216) 84.5 (214.6)

103 (261.6)

57.9 (147) 51.6 (131.0) 51.6 (131.0) 60.8 (154.6) 60.8 (154.6) 60.8 (154.6) 71.5 (181.6) 71.5 (181.6) 71.5 (181.6) 88.6 (225.0) 88.6 (225.0) 88.6 (225.0) 88.6 (225.0) 88.6 (225.0) 88.6 (225.0) 88.6 (225.0) 88.6 (225.0) 141.7 (360.0) 149.6 (380.0)

88.2 (224.0) 88.2 (224.0) 109.5 (278.0) 109.5 (278.0) 109.5 (278.0) 123.1 (312.6) 123.1 (312.6) 123.1 (312.6) 137.6 (349.4) 137.6 (349.4) 142.3 (361.5) 142.3 (361.5) 137.6 (349.4) 137.6 (349.4) 137.6 (349.4) 137.6 (349.4) 162.0 (411.6) 121.7 (309.0)

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n/a n/a n/a 70 63 63 55/70 55/70 58-47 58-47 50-70 50-70 50-40 60-48 41-67 42-67 59.7-66.7 R: 46-57 F: 40-50 F: 42-50 R: 42-67 52-42 41 41 34 34 34 30-40 30-40 30-40 30-33 30-33 30-36 30-36 30-36 30-36 30-36 28 n/a n/a


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MODEL

ENGINE TYPE

HAMM bber Tire Rollers

Drum and Ru Kubota HD 10 VT Kubota HD 12 VT Kubota HD 13 VT Kubota HD 14 VT Deutz HD 70K Deutz HD 75K Deutz VT 90 + HD Deutz VT 110 + HD Rubber Tire Rollers Deutz GRW 280-10 (9.5 mt) Deutz mt) (14 -15 280 GRW Deutz mt) .3 (18 -20 GRW 280 Deutz mt) 1 . (23 GRW 280-25 Deutz mt) .6 GRW 280-30 (27 Rollers Single Padfoot Drum Deutz 3205 P Deutz 3307 P Deutz 3410 P Deutz 3412 P Deutz P 0 352 Deutz P H 18i Deutz H 20i P Deutz H 25i P llers Ro ory Vibrat Single Smooth Drum Deutz 3205 Deutz 3307 Deutz 3307 VIO Deutz 3410 Deutz 3412 Deutz VIO 2 341 Deutz 0 352 Deutz H 18i Deutz H 20i Deutz H 25i ller Smooth Drum Static Ro Deutz HW 90 B 10-mt Deutz HW 90 B 12-mt Ro Vibratory llers Tandem Smooth Drum Kubota HD 8 VV Kubota HD 10 C VV Kubota HD 10 VV Kubota HD 12 VV Kubota VV 13 HD Kubota VV HD 14 Deutz HD 70 HV Deutz HD O70V Deutz HD 75 HV Deutz HD+ 90 VV Deutz HD+ 90 VV HF Deutz HD+ 90 VO Deutz VV 110 + HD Deutz HF VV 110 HD+ Deutz VO HD+ 110 Deutz HD+ 120 VV Deutz HD+ 120 VV HF Deutz HD+ 120 VO Deutz HD+ 140 VV Deutz HD+ 140 VV HF Deutz VO 140 + HD

DRUM WIDTH IN. (CM)

WIDTH IN. (CM)

39 (99) 47 (119) 51 (130) 54 (138) 59 (150) 66 (168) 66 (168) 66 (168) n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 54 (137) 66 (168) 84 (214) 84 (214) 87.4 (222) 84.3 (214) 84.3 (214) 84.3 (214) 54 (137) 66 (168) 66 (168) 84 (214) 84 (214) 84 (214) 87.4 (222) 84.3 (214) 84.3 (214) 84.3 (214) 43.3 (110) 43.3 (110) 31.5 (80) 39.4 (100) 39.4 (100) 47.2 (120) 51.2 (130) 54.3 (138) 59 (150) 59 (150) 66 (168) 66 (168) 66 (168) 66 (168) 66 (168) 66 (168) 66 (168) 78 (198) 78 (198) 78 (198) 84 (214) 84 (214) 84 (214)

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INSIDE TURN RADIUS IN. (CM)

97 (247) 93 (237) 106 (269) 104 (265) 164 (417) 161 (408) 207 (525) 207 (525)

44 (111) 52 (131) 56 (142) 54 (138) 63 (161) 70.5 (179) 70.5 (179) 70.5 (179)

FREQUENCY HZ

52/67 52/67 51/60 51/60 48/58 48/58 42/50 42/50

267 (678) 267 (678) 267 (678) 267 (678) 267 (678)

84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213)

117 (296) 120 (306) 158 (400) 145 (369) 165 (418) 165.4 (420) 165.4 (420) 165.4 (420)

58 (148) 70.5 (179) 89 (225) 89 (225) 94 (239) 91 (231) 91 (231) 99 (251)

117 (296) 120 (306) 120 (306) 158 (400) 145 (369) 145 (369) 165 (418) 165.4 (420) 165.4 (420) 165.4 (420)

58 (148) 70.5 (179) 70.5 (179) 89 (225) 89 (225) 89 (225) 94 (239) 91 (231) 91 (231) 99 (251)

93 (236) 93 (236)

43.3 (110) 43.3 (110)

87.8 (223) 83.9 (213) 97.2 (247) 93.3 (237) 106.0 (269) 104.3 (265) 164.3 (417) 164.3 (417) 161 (408) 207 (525) 207 (525) 207 (525) 207 (525) 207 (525) 207 (525) 208 (528) 208 (528) 208 (528) 205 (520) 205 (520) 205 (520)

33.7 (86) 41.5 (106) 43.7 (111) 51.6 (131) 56 (142) 59.3 (150) 63.4 (161) 63.4 (161) 70.5 (179) 70.5 (179) 70.5 (179) 70.5 (179) 70.5 (179) 70.5 (179) 70.5 (179) 83 (210) 83 (210) 83 (210) 89.3 (226) 89.3 (226) 89.3 (226)

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MODEL

CASE DV207 DV207 HF DV209 DV209 HF DV210 DV210 HF DV213 SV208 SV210 SV212 SV216 PT240 DV23 DV26 DV36 DV45

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ENGINE TYPE

Cummins BTAA 3.3-C800 Cummins BTAA 3.3-C8 Deutz TCD 3.6 L4 Deutz TCD 3.6 L4 Deutz TCD 3.6 L4 Deutz TCD 3.6 L4 Cummins QSB 3.3 C99 Cummins QSB 3.3 C99 Cummins QSB 3.3 C99 Cummins QSB 4.5 Cummins QSB 4.5 Cummins QSB 3.3 Yanmar 3TNV88 Yanmar 3TNV88 Yanmar 4TNV88 Yanmar 4TNV88

Single Drum Ro John Deere 5030 HF285 CA134D John Deere 5030 HF285 CA134PD John Deere 5030 HF286 CA134PDB Cummins QSB3.3 CA150D Cummins QSB3.3 T3 CA150PD Cummins QSB4.5 T4i CA2500D Cummins QSB4.5 T4i CA2500PD Cummins QSB4.5 T4i CA3500D Cummins QSB4.5 T4i CA3500PD Deutz TCD6 1L06 T4i CA5000D Deutz TCD6 1L06 T4i CA5000PD Deutz TCD6 1L6 T4i CA6000D Deutz TCD6 1L6 T4i CA6000PD Cummins QSB6.7 T3 D CA702 Cummins QSB6.7 T3 CA702PD Double Drum Rollers Perkins 403D-11 CC800 Perkins 403D-11 CC900 Honda 00G CC9 Perkins CC1000 Kubota CC1100 Kubota CC1200 Kubota CC1300 Deutz CC224HF Cummins CC234HF Cummins CC324HF Cummins CC334HF Deutz CC384 HF Cummins CC424HF Cummins CC524HF Cummins CC624HF Cummins CC722 Kubota CC1100C Kubota CC1200C Kubota CC1300C Combi Rollers Cummins CC224CHF Cummins CC234CHF Cummins CC324CHF Cummins CC334CHF Cummins CC424CHF Cummins CC524CHF Steel Drum Roller Cummins CS142N Pneumatic Rollers Cummins CP142 Cummins CP224 Cummins CP224W Cummins CP274

INSIDE TURN RADIUS IN. (CM)

WIDTH IN. (CM)

DRUM WIDTH IN. (CM)

182 (462) 182 (462) 215.4 (546.1) 215.4 (546.1) 215.4 (546.1) 215.4 (546.1) 183 (465) 122 (309) 122 (309) 120 (305) 120 (305) 243 L, 239 R (618 L, 606 R) 92.5 (235) 88.6 (225) 101.6 (258) 101.6 (258)

61 (155) 61 (155) 72.8 (184.9) 72.8 (184.9) 72.8 (184.9) 72.8 (184.9) 87.5 (222) 74 (188) 76 (193) 96 (245) 98 (250) 82.7 (210) 44.4 (113) 52.5 (133) 56 (142) 59.2 (150)

57.1 (145) 57.1 (145) 66.1 (168) 66.1 (168) 66.1 (168) 66.1 (168) 82.7 (210) 66 (170) 66 (170) 84 (213) 84 (213) 78.2 (199) 39.4 (100) 47.2 (120) 51.2 (130) 54.3 (138)

97 (246) 97 (246) 97 (246) 109 (276) 109 (276) 132 (335) 132 (335) 132 (335) 132 (335) 132 (335) 132 (335) 132 (335) 132 (335) 146 (370) 146 (370)

55 (139) 55 (139) 55 (139) 66 (167) 66 (167) 91 (231) 91 (231) 92 (233) 92 (233) 92 (233) 92 (233) 92 (233) 92 (233) 95 (241) 95 (241)

54 (137) 54 (137) 54 (137) 66 (167) 66 (167) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 31 (78) 35 (88) 35 (88) 39 (99) 42 (106) 47 (119) 51 (129) 59 (149) 59 (149) 68 (172) 68 (172) 68 (172) 68 (172) 77 (195) 84 (213) 84 (213) 42 (106) 47 (119) 51 (129) 59 (149) 59 (149) 68 (172) 68 (172) 68 (172) 77 (195) 83 (210) 69 (175) 71 (180) 89 (226) 91 (231)

34 (86) 38 (96) 38 (96) 42 (106) 46 (116) 52 (132) 57 (144) 64 (162) 64 (162) 73 (185) 73.5 (186) 76.4 (194) 74 (187) 84 (213) 92 (233) 96 (243) 46 (116) 51 (129) 57 (144)

61 (154) 65 (165) 65 (165) 68 (172) 105 (266) 105 (266) 116 (294) 200 (508) 200 (508) 195 (495) 195 (495) 195 (495) 219 (556) 212 (538) 211 (535) 234 (594) 105 (266) 105 (266) 116 (294) 200 (508) 200 (508) 195 (495) 195 (495) 219 (556) 212 (538)

64 (162) 64 (162) 74 (187) 74 (187) 74 (187) 84 (213)

140 (355)

83 (210)

151 (283) 250 (635) 250 (635) 280 (711)

69 (175) 80 (203) 89 (226) 92 (233)

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VOLVO CR24 CR30 DD15 DD25 DD29 DD31HF DD38HF DD70 DD70HF DD110B DD120B DD140B DD140 SD45 SD70 SD75 SD115 SD160 SD200

SAKAI SV201D-1 SV201TF-1 SV412D SV412TF SV540D SV540TF SV540TBF SV640D SV510ST-III Soil (Padfoot) SV201T-1 SV201TB-1 SV412T SV412TB SV540T SV540TB SV640T Asphalt (Tandem) CR271 SW300-1 SW320-1 SW330-1 SW502S-1 SW652-1 SW652ND-1 SW770HF SW770ND SW800-II SW850-II SW850ND-II SW880 SW990

Kubota V2203 Kubota V2203 Kubota D722-B Tier 4 Kubota D1803-M Kubota V2203-M Kubota V2203-M Kubota V2203-M Cummins 4B3.9 - NA Cummins 4B3.9 - NA Volvo Deutz D4 Volvo Deutz D4 Volvo Deutz D4 Cummins QSB 6.7 Kubota V3600T Kubota V3800DI Volvo D4 E4B Tier 4i Volvo D4 119kW Tier 4i Cummins QSB 6.7 Cummins QSB 6.7

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INSIDE TURN RADIUS IN. (CM)

WIDTH IN. (CM)

47 (120) 52 (132) 39.4 (100) 39 (99) 49.2 (125) 49.2 (125) 54.1 (137.5) 57 (144.8) 57 (144.8) 66.9 (170) 78.7 (200) 84.1 (214) 84 (213.5) 54 (137.2) 66 (167.6) 66 (167.6) 84 (213.4) 84 (213.4) 84 (213.4)

54 (137) 54 (137) 67 (170) 67 (170) 67 (170) 67 (170) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 54 (137) 54 (137) 67 (170) 67 (170) 67 (170) 67 (170) 84 (213) 35 (88) 39 (99) 47 (119) 51 (129) 51 (130) 58 (147) 58 (147) 67 (170) 67 (170) 67 (170) 79 (200) 79 (200) 79 (200) 84 (213) 47 (119) 51 (129)

101 (256.5) 99 (251.5) 62.7 (159.3) 110 (279.4) ---141 (358.1) 141 (358.1) 153.1 (389) 148.5 (377) 179.6 (456) 179.6 (456.2)

51.7 (131.2) 56.4 (145.5) 40 (101.6) 43 (109.2) 53.7 (136.4) 53.7 (136.4) 58.5 (148.6) 64 (162.6) 64 (162.6) 75.6 (192) 88.5 (225) 93.5 (237) 92 (233.7)

101.1 (256.9) 127.9 (324.9) 127 (322.6) 135 (342.9) 136.3 (346.3) 136.3 (346.3)

62.6 (159) 73.6 (187) 74 (188) 89 (226.1) 94.7 (240.6) 97.9 (248.6)

5 (1.5) 5.2 (1.6) 6.3 (1.9) 6.3 (1.9) 6.3 (1.9) 6.3 (1.9) 7.6 (2.3) 7.6 (2.3) 7.6 (2.3)

8.6 (2.6) 8.6 (2.6) 10.5 (3.2) 10.5 (3.2) 11.4 (3.5) 11.4 (3.5) 11.4 (3.5) 11.4 (3.5) 11.4 (3.5) 8.6 (2.6) 8.6 (2.6) 10.5 (3.2) 10.5 (3.2) 11.4 (3.5) 11.4 (3.5) 11.4 (3.5)

5 (1.5) 5.2 (1.6) 6.3 (1.9) 6.3 (1.9) 7.4 (2.2) 7.4 (2.2) 7.6 (2.3)

6.3 (1.9) 8.9 (2.7) 8.6 (2.6) 8.3 (2.5)

3.3 (1) 3.7 1.1) 4.3 (1.3) 4.7 (1.4) 4.7 (1.4) 5.3 (1.6) 5.3 (1.6) 6 (1.8) 6 (1.8) 6.3 (1.9) 7.3 (2.2) 7.3 (2.2) 7.3 (2.2) 7.5 (2.3)

11.9 (3.62) 11.9 (3.6) 15.2 (4.6) 15.2 4.6) 14.2 (4.3) 14 (4.2) 14 (4.2) 14.4 (4.4) 14.3 (4.3) 8.6 (2.6) 8.3 (2.5)

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Bomag Expands Cold Milling Machines With BM-35 Series ment labor to support an efficient and productive job site. Bomag developed its BMS 15 interchangeable holder system to accomplish these requirements. This new cutting system utilizes a single bolt for holder retention and requires a low tightening torque of 75 ft. lb.

Bomag expanded its cold milling product range with the new rear rotor design BM -35 Series. Advances in operator comfort and precision controls set the standard for these rear rotor mills, and an innovative exclusive cutter system delivers first rate milling performance, according to the manufacturer. This is the second generation of Bomag’s milling models. Its prior BM 500/600 series has quickly become a market success in the trimmer mill category by giving contractors enhanced comfort levels and quick change rotors. Now this next generation of commercial mills has arrived with three new models: The BM1000/35, BM1200/35, and BM1300/35. Bomag worked with experienced operators throughout the -35 design conception. A goal was set to eradicate time-wasting factors, which disrupt the milling process and that ultimately cost contractors time and money. Highest priority was given to maximizing the cutting tool life, while minimizing tool replace-

Additionally, the low front face position increases efficiency and therefore overall milling power, while allowing desirable full tooth rotation. A special tempered steel material offers a significantly longer service life versus conventional cutting systems. Operators also called for simplicity and ease of operation. The -35 models incorporate a logical operating layout, easy intuitive controls and low noise levels. The vibration isolated operator’s stand features a comfortable swivel seat design, which allows all work to be done while seated. The control ergonomics are complemented by straightforward switches, levers and clear read-out displays. Both the BM600/15 and BM1000/35 models will be on display at the 2014 ConExpo show. For more information, call 309/853-3571 or visit www.bomag.com/us. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

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DRUM WIDTH IN. (CM)

71 (180) 91 (230) 91 (230) 92 (233) 92 (233) 71 (180) 91 (230) 91 (230) 92 (233) 92 (233) 97 (246)

66 (168) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 66 (168) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 84 (213) 35 (90) 39 (100) 39 (100) 47 (120) 47 (120) 47 (120) 51 (130) 51 (130) 51 (130) 51 (130) 55 (140) 55 (140) 51 (130) 59 (150) 59-111 (150-280) 67 (170) 67-118 (170-302) 79 (200) 84 (213)

39 (100) 43 (110) 44 (111) 52 (131) 52 (131) 52 (131) 56 (141) 56 (141) 55 (140) 55 (140) 59 (150) 59 (150) 55 (140) 66 (167) 66 (167) 74 (187) 74 (187) 87 (221) 92 (234)

INSIDE TURN RADIUS IN. (CM)

121 (308) 145 (368) 145 (368) 145 (368) 145 (368) 121 (308) 145 (368) 145 (368) 145 (368) 145 (368) 145 (368) 80 (202) 78 (197) 105 (267) 97 (247) 97 (247) 97 (247) 93 (237) 93 (237) 115 (293) 115 (293) 114 (290) 114 (290) 116 (294) 176 (440) 114 (290) 169 (430) 111 (280) 157 (400) 155 (394)

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Milling Machines Play Vital Role in Road Construction By Jeff Winke SPECIAL TO CEG

The description of the equipment and process may not reveal the significant role that the asphalt milling machine plays in road construction, but it is key. The asphalt milling machine — also known as a cold planer, pavement planer, pavement recycler, or roto-mill — is a construction machine used to remove bituminous pavement or asphalt concrete from roadways. The result is a somewhat rough but even surface that can immediately be opened to traffic. The milled surface is accomplished by bringing a rotating mandrel or “head” into contact with the pavement at an exact depth or slope. The mandrel has hundreds of hardened spikes or teeth on its surface, which bite and cut away at the roadway’s surface. The surface material that is removed is normally fed by conveyor into a dump truck or semi trailer, but can be left in place or windrowed to be removed or recycled later. A water spray system provides cooling for the mandrel, as well as dust management. In the 1970’s, Galion Iron Works, based in Galion, Ohio, manufactured the first production milling machines, which were called Galions. These first units resembled motorgraders in shape and size. The difference was there was a 30-in. wide (76 cm) milling head where the scraper blade would normally be. The cutter drum was set into action by a large hydraulic pump. Asphalt milling is the process of grinding up asphalt that can then be recycled. The process came about because many streets were getting layered higher and higher as new surfaces were added, thus reducing the curb height and creating roadway drainage problems. Early milling machines were simply a mining mandrel attached to a mobile undercarriage. They were designed to remove a layer of old concrete or asphalt so that a new layer could be applied to a better quality base than resurfacing over the old road surface. From the start, the emphasis for milling machines was to place more power to the cutting drum, which is needed to remove more material. Thus, the cutter head itself and the cutting teeth designs became critical. The cutting teeth would dull fairly quickly and needed frequent replacement. The replacement process could cause enough downtime to greatly detract from the initial efficiency of the milling process itself. So manufacturers worked on designs for quicker replacement as well as increased durability of the cutting teeth. Different sized cutting drums were offered so that machines could mill at different widths. Milling machines feature conveyor sys-

tems to collect the material during accomplish different results. the milling process, thus reducing Traditional milling is accomplished in the labor of picking the material up an up-cut direction. But Roadtec’s from the roadway. Newer machines offerings also can down-cut, which is require two or more people to operdesigned to control slabbing, permit ate safely and efficiently. The operpulverizing and mixing, and can be an ator stands on the deck of the effective way to remove material over machine and controls most of the wet base. The down-cutting feature machine’s functions, while a workalso is designed to convert Roadtec er on the ground controls the depth milling machines into cold-in-place of the cut and keeps an eye out for recycle machines. obstructions in the roadway such as Today’s milling machines also manholes and/or water valves. reduce the time required to change the Today’s machines are bigger and all-important cutting teeth. Early more technologically advanced. Today’s machines are designed to handle any asphalt machines had the teeth welded on, so They are designed to handle any aggregates in use today. Depending on the depth of tooth replacement required a fair asphalt aggregates in use today. the cut, some of the larger machines can cut close to amount of downtime as each had to sq. yds. (13,000 sq m) a day, at 75 ft. (22.8 m) Depending on the depth of the cut, 15,000 be re-welded to the drum. Now, teeth per minute. some of the larger machines can cut are held in variously designed bolt-on close to 15,000 sq. yds. (13,000 sq housings that permit faster changing. m) a day, at 75 ft. (22.8 m) per Also, Roadtec machines come with minute. an air compressor as standard equipIn addition to faster speed, added ment allowing the use of pneumatic precision to the milling process has tools for quicker tooth changes. become important. The innovation A relatively recent innovation to of controls and automation has milling has been the introduction of brought greater precision for conmicromilling. For example, trolling slope, depth and speed. Roadtec’s Roadrunner drum design is There is no question that the intended to provide savings in contechnological advancements made sumable tooling — the cutting teeth. in microelectronics have benefited The company said that contractors milling machines. Electronics can regularly mill all day without a designed to improve performance, need to change tooling and finish the include electronic sensors and a Roadtec adds flexibility to its machines by manufac- shift with little or no wear on the carbuilt-in cross slope. A pair of sen- turing and assembling the milling tractors and cutters bide. Additionally, working speeds of sors can read a variety of references separately, allowing the contractor to choose from sev- 100 ft. (30.48 m) per minute and up from 12 to 55 in. (30.5 to 140 cm) eral cutter patterns and widths when ordering equip- with the drums producing straight line directly below the bottom of the ment. patterns that do not chevron out are sensor. Each sensor can be calibratsaid to be common with the ed and adjusted from the ground Roadrunner. level or at the operator’s console. A big benefit of micromilling that The position of the rotor in relais shaping the future of road milling is tion to the grade reference can be that the micromilled surface is constantly displayed on the central smooth enough for road users to travcontroller. Changes to the elevation el relatively fast over the surface durcontrols include the addition of a ing construction. Contractors can raise/lower switch that is used when open the milled surface to traffic and milling around obstacles. In many come back later with an overlay. Cold cases, the electronic control module winter states especially can save the monitors and regulates the performcost of patching in the fall by ance of major machine systems, micromilling instead. They can then including speed, steering, rotor get an early start in the spring with drive and other functions. If a prob- A big benefit of micromilling that is shaping the future paving. of road milling is that the micromilled surface is lem occurs, a warning is issued. From its early days, the milling Along with the electronic fea- smooth enough for road users to travel relatively fast machine has had a dramatic impact tures that keep milling machines on over the surface during construction. on road construction. Ongoing track are the advances being made improvements and innovations will in the cutting end of the machines. The abil- bling the milling tractors and cutters sepa- continue to secure its preeminent role in road ity to change cutting drums quickly to rately, allowing the contractor to choose reconstruction. achieve multiple cutting widths with the from several cutter patterns and widths when Jeff Winke is a business and construction same machine is a benefit to contractors who ordering equipment. The cutter assembly is writer based in Milwaukee, Wis. He can be may only need one machine to accomplish designed for quick changing of cutting pat- reached through www.jeffwinke.com. tern styles and widths. (This story also can be found on multiple job requirements. Plus, Roadtec machines also have the Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at Roadtec, for example, adds flexibility to its machines by manufacturing and assem- ability to mill in two different directions to www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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Excavator Mill Attachment The Excavator Mill is designed as a milling attachment for excavators from 20-30 tons in size. It is powered by the excavator hydraulics and attaches to the excavator like a bucket. Other features include; • Cuts to 11” deep • Adjustable cutting depth • Standard 3/4” carbide bits • Cuts above and below grade • Cuts on vertical walls • Cuts asphalt, concrete and rock • Superior operator visibility • Water spray system available • Made in U.S., with U.S. components The Excavator Mill attachment will reduce the need for diamond saw cutting and hauling of material from utility and road work job sites. The milled material can serve as fill in many applications.

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Caterpillar Adds AP255E Paver to Machine Family The AP255E offers versatile paving range for working in a variety of applications. One of 33 complex concrete pours completed by the 4800 paver, crews paved this part of the taxiway at a 45 degree skew, perpendicular to the beams, which required machine length to be set at 186-ft. (56.7-m) wide.

Terex Bid-Well 4800 Paver Set to Record 186-Ft. Width on Florida Airport Project In October 2013, paving crew members of the Tutor Perini Ft. LauderdaleHollywood Venture tested the limits of the Terex Bid-Well 4800 paver when paving Taxiway Cell 3 at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Florida. One of 33 complex concrete pours completed by the 4800 paver, crews paved this part of the taxiway at a 45 degree skew, perpendicular to the beams, which required machine length to be set at 186-ft. (56.7-m) wide. “Had the machine been able to pave at the square, it would have been set to pave at 110-ft. wide,” said Larry Eben, regional sales manager of Terex BidWell. “The 186-ft. paver configuration is a record width for me and quite possibly for any bridge deck placed.” The 4800 paver features a standard 48-in. (122 cm) frame depth. When paving at extended widths beyond 150-ft. (45.7 m) wide, the paver starts with standard truss frame segments at both ends of the paver. Transition inserts are then used to increase the frame’s depth to 66 in. (167 cm) in the center, improving frame rigidity and preventing deflection to maintain surface smoothness. The frame is constructed of ultrahigh-strength steel nearly 120 percent stronger, yet weighing less than steel in conventional Terex Bid-Well pavers. “This allows us to keep the frame’s rigidity while keeping the weight relatively the same,” added Eben. Additionally when paving at these extended widths, the 4800 paver is

constructed with strong gussets, made of the same ultrahigh-strength steel, to connect the truss sections. The 1.5-in. (2.8 cm) crown bolts used in these connections also are larger than those used with standard 4800 paver configurations. The stronger leg mounting system consists of larger lift screws and heavier thrust bearings, mounting plate and coupler motor, all working in concert to help ensure more reliable operation at the project site. Taxiway Cell 3 required 970 cu. yds. (741.6 cu m) of a 4,000 psi standard Class-2 Florida Bridge Spec concrete, loaded at a 5.5-in. (14.0-cm) slump into concrete pumpers. Since paving direction was perpendicular to the bridge’s support beams, crews loaded concrete to the first three beams out and then to the 45 degree angle to get the right deflection. With this large amount of concrete on the deck, crews loaded the material to the top of the rebar and then capped it off just before the paver finished the concrete in order to prevent it from setting too fast. Once the deck was properly loaded with concrete, the 4800 paver and its paving carriage, set to the 45 degree skew, went to work. To help keep the carriage assembly moving freely along the frame, the drive is supported by a dual-chain hanger system to prevent the chain from sagging and reduce the load on the drive mechanism and sprockets. The paving carriage’s dual augers efficiently metered the concrete in front of the Terex Bid-Well Rota-Vibe

system. This feature delivers up to 5,000 vpm (83.3 Hz) over the vibrating roller’s 11.5-in. (29.2-cm) length to effectively reconsolidate the top 2.5 in. (6.4 cm) of concrete, delivering a denser and more uniformly consolidated concrete surface. Dual rollers smoothed the surface of the concrete, while crews used a combination of drag pans and burlap drag to get the desired surface finish. The Terex Bid-Well LED light kit, including eight lights, illuminated the paving carriage and the legs to help the finishers see the concrete surface and finish the slab. The sealed 5-in. (12.7 cm), 12-volt utility lights draw only one amp of power, yet contain 13 LED lights that flood a broad area with bright light to reduce the harsh shadows cast by tower lights. A few short hours after loading the deck and starting the 4800 paver, crews successfully finished placing and paving the 970 cu. yds. of concrete and added soaker hoses and blankets to help the concrete’s seven-day cure cycle. With the success achieved on Taxiway Cell 3, crews used the Terex Bid-Well 4800 paver to pave two more times in excess of 180-ft. (54.9-m) wide at the Fort LauderdaleHollywood International Airport project. For more information, visit www.terex.com. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

The Caterpillar AP255E paver weighs in at 9,920 lb. (4,500 kg), allowing for easy transport with other equipment. The AP255E offers a versatile paving range for working in a variety of applications. The standard range is 55 in. to 102 in. (140 to 260 cm), and with extensions can pave up to 133 in. (340 cm), making easy work of parking lots and urban streets. When equipped with the central paving attachment, the range is reduced to 20 to 55 in. (50 to 140 cm) for effective performance on cycle paths, sidewalks, and walking paths. When utilizing the right-side attachment, the paving range is reduced even further to 6 to 39 in. (15 to 100 cm). This option is beneficial for trench work and narrow shoulders. The operating station is strategically located over the screed in order to provide clear sight to the hopper, screed extenders and auger chamber. Machine controls are easily accessible from either side of the platform to ensure convenient operation and the platform is equipped with an operator presence switch that enables/disables machine functions. The material delivery system has many unique features including independent hopper control for working near buildings and other obstacles. Each auger also offers independent control and along with the conveyor are reversible, which limits handwork at the end of each pass. Three sensors with one mounted over the conveyor and two at the end of each extender ensure timely mix delivery. The adjustable height augers facilitate high clearance when loading for transport and for installation of the paving reduction attachments. The Cat C2.2 Tier IV Interim Stage IIIB emission compliant engine produces 46 hp (34.1 kW) of power, while the durable steel track undercarriage performs on inclines and soft base materials. The high ground clearance, which is unique to many pavers in this size class, overcomes manhole covers and simplifies transport on trailers. Also, a four-point lifting attachment offers an additional mode of transport with truck or trailer equipped hoists. The AS3143 screed utilizes a tractor-equipped generator to power the electrically heated screed plates for an operatorfriendly environment. Temperature sensors and multi-zone heating elements in each section including the optional extensions ensure that quick, even-heat distribution occurs throughout the screed plates. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)


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BIG IRON www.bigiron.com 800-937-3558

• Covington, GA Fri., March 26, 2014 For: Construction, Agricultural & Transport Equipment

• Racine, WI Sat., April 26, 2014 For: Late Model Construction Equipment

• ONLINE ONLY March 26, 2014

• Boston, MA Wed., April 30, 2014 For: Complete Liquidation Trailer, Truck Tractors & Support

• ONLINE ONLY April 9, 2014

• Central New Jersey Fri., May 2, 2014 For: Construction Equipment, Snow Removal & more • Manchester (Concord), NH Sat., May 3, 2014 For: Late Model Aggregate Equipment & more • Syracuse (Canastota), NY Sun., May 4, 2014 For: Lawn & Garden Tractors and more • Central Square, NY Sun., May 11, 2014 For: Real Estate Auction • Kissimmee, FL Wed., May 14, 2014 For: Late Model Rental Fleet Construction & more

• ONLINE ONLY April 2, 2014

• ONLINE ONLY April 16, 2014

• Atlanta, GA Fri., March 28, 2014 For: Construction, Agricultural & Transport Equipment FREY & SONS, INC. www.freyandsons.com 419-455-3739

• ONLINE ONLY April 23, 2014

• Wooster, OH Thurs., April 3, 2014 For: Retirement Auction

• ONLINE ONLY April 30, 2014

• Ravenna, OH Thurs., May 1, 2014 For: Sand & Gravel Equipment

CAT AUCTION SERVICES www.catauctions.com 866-750-9432 • Indianapolis, IN Thurs., March 27, 2014 For: Construction Equipment • Denver, CO Thurs., April 17, 2014 For: Construction Equipment • Minneapolis, MN Tues., April 22, 2014 For: Construction Equipment

• Pittsburgh, PA Fri., May 16, 2014 For: Very Large Job Completion

• Midland-Odessa, TX Thurs., April 24, 2014 For: Construction Equipment

• Buffalo, NY Sat., May 17, 2014 For: Construction Equipment

• Batavia, NY Fri., May 16, 2014 For: Construction Equipment

• Holland, OH Thurs., May 22, 2014 For: Construction Equipment G.W. McGREW AUCTION COMPANY www.mcgrewequipment.com 717-428-0922 • Seven Valleys, PA Tues., April 8, 2014 For: Farm & Construction Equipment HESS AUCTIONEERS www.hessauctioneers.net 866-511-2493 • Marietta, PA Fri., April 11, 2014 For: Truck, Trailer & Equipment Auction

IRAY AUCTIONS www.iraymn.com 320-968-7230 • Foley, MN Fri., June 6, 2014 For: Heavy Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailer • Foley, MN Fri., September 12, 2014 For: Heavy Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailer • Foley, MN Fri., December 5, 2014 For: Heavy Construction Equipment, Truck & Trailer IRON PLANET AUCTIONS 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 March 27-28, 2014 • ONLINE ONLY April 3, 2014 • ONLINE ONLY April 10, 2014 • ONLINE ONLY April 17, 2014 • ONLINE ONLY April 24, 2014 • ONLINE ONLY May 1, 2014 • ONLINE ONLY May 8, 2014 • ONLINE ONLY May 15, 2014 • ONLINE ONLY May 22, 2014 • ONLINE ONLY May 29, 2014 JAMES G. MURPHY INC. AUCTIONEERS www.murphyauction.com 800-426-3008

J.J. KANE AUCTIONEERS www.jjkane.com 855-GO2-KANE • South Beloit, IL Sat., March 22, 2014 For: Construction Equipment J.M. WOOD AUCTION COMPANY www.jmwood.com 800-447-7085 • Canton, AL March 26, 2014 For: Alabama Bridge Builders Complete Retirement Auction MARTIN & MARTIN AUCTIONEERS, INC. www.mmaauction.com 800-763-2728 • ONLINE ONLY March 18-25, 2014 For: Complete Sand & Gravel Mining Operations Auction • Meridian, MS Sat., March 29, 2014 For: Farm & Construction Equipment • Ellijay, GA Sat., April 12, 2014 For: Farm/Real Estate Auction

• North Franklin, CT DTBD June 2014 For: 2 Day Major Public Equipment Auction PURPLE WAVE AUCTION www.purplewave.com 866-608-9283 • ONLINE ONLY Thurs., March 27, 2014 For: Construction Equipment RITCHASON AUCTIONEERS INC. www.ritchason.com 800-806-3395 • Lebanon, TN Sat., March 22, 2014 For: Heavy Equipment, Trailers, Trucks & Commercial Vehicles ROGERS REALTY & AUCTION COMPANY www.rogersauctiongroup.com 800-442-7906 • Charlotte, NC Sat., April 5, 2014 For: Construction Equipment

MEEKINS AUCTION COMPANY www.meekinsauction.com 800-499-6560

SALES AUCTION COMPANY, LLC www.salesauctioncompany.com 860-627-7506

• Lumberton, NC Fri., April 11, 2014 For: Annual Spring Contractors Auction

• Windsor Locks, CT Sat., May 3, 2014 For: Construction Equipment

NITKE AUCTIONS www.nitkeauctions.com 715-362-6162 • Wausau, WI April 25-26, 2014 For: Heavy Construction, Truck & Trailer Auction NORTH COUNTRY AUCTIONS www.northcountry-auctions.com 603-539-5322 • Wrentham, MA Sat., March 29, 2014 For: Construction Equipment PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS INC. www.petrowskyauctioneers.com 860-642-4200 • North Franklin, CT March 21-22, 2014 For: 2 Day Major Public Equipment Auction • Dracut, MA (POSTPONED) Fri., April 25, 2014 For: Major Used Equipment & Rental Return Inventory Auction • Fall River, MA Fri., April 25, 2014 For: Estate Sale. Construction Equipment

• Honolulu, HI Sat., March 22, 2014 For: Hawaii Construction Equipment

• Swansea, MA Sat., April 26, 2014 For: Estate Sale. Construction Equipment

• Kenmore (Seattle), WA Sat., March 29, 2014 For: Contractors & Heavy Equipment, Heavy Trucks, Trailers, Vehicles

• Columbus, OH Thurs., May 8, 2014 For: Earthmoving, Site Development, Heavy Trucks & more

STEFFES AUCTIONEERS INC. www.steffesauctioneers.com 701-237-9173 • Arcadia, IA March 16-26, 2014 For: Farm Reduction Auction UTILITY AUCTIONS www.utilityauctions.net 302-530-9103 • Wilmington, DE Fri., April 25, 2014 For: Construction, Utility & Forestry Equipment WAYNE PIKE AUCTION COMPANY www.waynepikeauction.com 763-389-5700 • Princeton, MN Sat., June 14, 2014 For: Heavy Equipment • Princeton, MN Sat., September 13, 2014 For: Heavy Equipment • Princeton, MN Sat., December 6, 2014 For: Heavy Equipment WILSON’S AUCTION SALES INC. www.wilsonsauction.com 302-422-3454 • Harrington, DE Sat., March 22, 2014 For: Mid-Atlantic Spring Equipment Auction


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Cat Auction Services Makes Second Trip to Florida Auctions

Gary Trettel (L), president and CEO of Cat Auction Services, and Travis Kelly, Trailex LED in Youngstown, Ohio, discuss the large video bidding display at the auction handled by Trailex LED.

Rick Albin, executive vice president of Cat Auction Services, is on hand to answer questions about this Cat AP1055D.

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or a relatively new company, Cat Auction Services made a pretty big splash at last year’s Florida Auctions, and they did it again this

year. The company, started in 2008 when five Midwestern Caterpillar dealerships decided to create their own auction channel, had grown to the point a year ago that they felt confident in their ability to perform well at one of the construction equipment industry’s premier events. “The results say it all,” said Jo Linkert, director of marketing of Cat Auctions. “The February 2013 event in Florida was our inaugural year. We gave our customers a phenomenal experience and we are very proud of its success. We had huge attendance, quality iron, and both buyers and sellers were happy with our hammer prices.” For the Feb. 14 event, Cat Auctions promised that everything would be done bigger and better. Even more equipment and more service offerings were offered at this year’s event. All of Cat Auctions’ various programs and services were on display for inspection by buyers and sellers at the Florida Auctions in order for customers to see the superb value the company offers. (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.construcBrooke Sanders, marketing coordinator, and David Baugous, strategic accounts manager, both of Cat Auction Services’ tionequipmentguide.com.) CEG Eagan, Minn., headquarters enjoy the warm weather at the Florida Auctions.


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Cat Auctions Fulfills Promise of ‘Bigger and Better’ 2014

Bob Ramsey, Cat insurance senior managing account executive in Nashville, Tenn., displays extended coverage offered for new and used machines.

Weston Milnes Smith (L), NACD sales center, Caterpillar used equipment services in Nashville, Tenn., with Kevin M. Donovan, regional representative in Miami, Fla., talk about Cat parts.

(L-R): Don Keller of Keller Paving, Minot, N.D., receives payment from Dean Keller of Keller Paving for everything “I owe him” while witness Kevin Rademacher of Rademacker Trucking looks on.

Gabe Peterson conducts the Cat Auction Service sale. see CAT page 64


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Bidders Flock to February Cat Auction Services Florida Event CAT from page 63

Attendees enjoy nice weather and a great selection of machinery at the Cat Auction Services sale.

Kevin Rose (L), used equipment specialist of Nortrax, and Dean Adsit, AOR sales of Nortrax in Eau Claire, Wis., said this is a great sale, as he stands with a pair of Hitachi Zaxis 450 LC excavators.

Jamie (L) and Donovan Bateman of Bateman Trucking in Andrews, N.C., enjoy some father-son time looking at this Cat 980H wheel loader. see CAT page 69

Customers take refuge under a tent to keep cool and out of the sun during the Cat Auction Services sale.


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2014 Ohio Asphalt Expo March 25, 2014 at 7:00 AM until March 26, 2014 at 12:00 PM The Asphalt Expo is Ohio’s premiere asphalt pavement event with multiple concurrent educational sessions and an indoor and outdoor trade show and exhibition. If you construct, inspect, manage or maintain local or private transportation infrastructure the Ohio Asphalt Expo has the information you need to ensure a successful, long-lasting asphalt pavement. Hilton Columbus Polaris 8700 Lyra Drive, Columbus, OH 43240 For more information, contact Flexible Pavements of Ohio at 614/791-3600 or 888/4HOTMIX or info@flexiblepayments.org. AGC of Minnesota – Sales and Use Tax Seminar March 26, 2014 at the Radisson Hotel Roseville, 2540 North Cleveland Avenue Check in: 7:00 AM Seminar: 7:30 AM to 10:00 AM Register: Online at www.agcmn.org Questions: Contact Denise Woods, 651/796-2186 or dwoods@agcmn.org The 35th Annual WV Construction & Design Exposition – West Virginia Construction & Design Exposition March 26, 2014 to March 27, 2014 Charleston Civic Center 200 Civic Center Drive, Charleston, WV 25301 Primary Industry: Building & Construction Other Industries: Architecture & Construction, Building & Construction Estimated Attendance: 5,000 Audience: Construction, Engineering, and Architectural Industry Professionals Notes: Past EXPO featured: . 423 Indoor Booths . 13 Outdoor Booths . 278 Exhibitors . 83 Honor Exhibitors . 72 Page Program Book with 85 Advertisers . Over 5,000 Show Attendees – from 30 States! . 62 Quality Seminars/Meetings

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Proposal Contains Errors, Flawed Data SILICA from page 1

additional requirement that workers also wear respirators, something that would not be necessary if the dust collection technology was effective. “Even more troubling, the proposal is rife with errors and inaccurate data that call into question the entire rulemaking process. Agency officials, for example, omitted 1.5 million construction workers from its assessment of the size of the affected workforce. The agency also did not consider the broad range of tasks and variety of settings and environments in which construction occurs. And the agency’s assessment of the rule’s cost was off by a factor of four. “Given the lack of scientific explanation justifying the new exposure limits, the many contradictions between the rule and the realities faced in the construction industry, and the fact that agency officials made significant errors in the basic data the rule is based on, we are urging the administration to withdraw this proposed rule. We strongly urge agency officials to work with us and employee groups to craft a silica measure that will build upon the work all of us have done to reduce silica-related deaths by 93 percent during the past three decades.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.)

Snow & Ice Management Association presents… 17th Annual Snow & Ice Symposium June 18-21, 2014 / Columbus, OH The 2014 Symposium will include over 20 educational sessions (including two keynotes), a 100+ exhibit Trade Show Floor, three snack & chat roundtable discussions, an off-site Brine Making Workshop, receptions, networking, and more. Visit www.sima.org/show for details on every aspect of this exciting show! Location: Greater Columbus Convention Center Host Hotel: Hyatt Regency Columbus Exhibit Booths are still available, book now before they’re gone! Snow & Ice Management Association 7670 N. Port Washington Road, Suite 105, Milwaukee, WI Phone: 414/375-1940 Website: Info@sima.org PA GAS EXPO 2014 JULY 30th, KOVALCHICK CONVENTION and ATHLETIC COMPLEX We’ll see you this year for PA GAS EXPO 2014 on July 30, 2014 from 9 AM until 3 PM Thank you again for attending PA Gas Expo 2013. The Expo included seminars, demonstrations and an opportunity to engage in business-to-business networking. The PA Gas Expo 2014 will be held at the Kovalchick Complex, 711 Pratt Drive, Indiana, PA 15705. For more information on this event, you may call 724/471-1053. SAVE THE DATE! American Public Works Association 2014 International Public Works Congress and Exposition AUGUST 17 – 20, 2014 Metro Toronto Convention Centre Toronto, Ontario APWA’s International Public Works Congress & Exposition attracts more than 5,000 attendees each year and excitement continues to grow as we gear up for Toronto in 2014. This is one event you can’t afford to miss! Prime locations are filling up fast so don’t wait, call me directly at 703/706-8230 or email at rbates@ntpshow.com to reserve your booth today. For more general information on the above show, please contact APWA Show Management at 800/687-7469 or 703/706-8230; email: apwasales@ntpshow.com. Website: www.apwa.net.


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Ritchie Bros. Holds World’s Largest Heavy Equipment Auction of 2014

This sign says it all! The boom of the huge Grove crane stood out from Interstate 4 as one of the real giants of the show.

Every day during the auction week the amphitheater was filled with bidders.

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itchie Bros. held the world’s largest heavy equipment auction of 2014 in Orlando, Fla., selling more than 8,800 items from Feb. 17 through 22 for more than $166 million. The six-day unreserved public auction set

James Campagnone (L) and Pat Calusha of Calusha & Sons, Queensbury, N.Y., were looking at a lot of equipment, including this Volvo paver.

new company records for online sales, with online buyers generating more than $54 million in gross auction proceeds or 33 percent of total gross auction proceeds. Additional records broken at the auction included number of online registered bidders (more than

Bill French (L) and Don Goyette of W. L. French Excavating are looking over a lot of equipment, including this Caterpillar 966 loader.

4,400), number of online buyers (more than 1,000), and a new Orlando, Fla., permanent auction site record of sellers (more than 830). “Our February auction in Orlando continues to be our company’s largest auction each year and this year is no different,” said Peter Blake, Ritchie Bros. CEO. “Equipment owners from around the world and most notably from all across the eastern seaboard of the U.S. send their equipment to our Orlando auction because we provide ease, confidence and the world’s biggest auction in which to sell their assets for the highest possible returns. Due to the severe winter weather that hit the northeastern U.S. in recent weeks, many of the sellers from the region who normally participate in the auction were unable to free up equipment from their job sites to add to last week’s auction. We also noticed a lower volume of cranes in this year’s inventory due to higher construction activity in the non-residential market. However, simultaneously we

saw a more diverse and larger selection of equipment from the energy and transportation equipment categories than previous years. This is an early reflection of our focused strategy to diversify and grow our volume in other sectors, in addition to heavy construction." More than 830 sellers sold their equipment at this year’s Ritchie Bros. Orlando, Fla., February auction. Fla.-based Ring Power Corporation, a long-time buyer and seller with Ritchie Bros., sold a selection of more than 140 heavy construction and rental-type items during the auction. see RITCHIE page 68


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Ritchie Sells More Than 8,800 Items for Approximately $166M RITCHIE from page 66

“We have a long and collaborative relationship with Ritchie Bros. and their February auction here in Orlando is one of our largest ventures together,” said Dennis Ryan, vice president and used equipment manager, Ring Power Corporation. “We sold a large selection of construction and rental gear this year and prices exceeded our expectations. While at the auction, we saw bids coming in from Latin America, the Middle East and all over the United States for our gear. Ritchie Bros. has the ability like no other to reach buyers from all around the world.”

Truck cranes, tracked cranes, of all shapes and sizes — many are hard to find, but make their way to the giant Orlando sale.

Gary Carlson, international buyer and sales of Quinn Company, city of Industry, Calif., was looking over some equipment for his export business.

More than 8,640 registered bidders from 84 countries, including all 50 U.S. states, all 10 Canadian provinces and one territory, participated both in person and online. More than $29 million was purchased by buyers from the state of Florida while more than $137 million (or 82 percent) was sold to buyers located outside the state, with more than $48 million (or 29 percent) being sold to buyers outside the country. Buyers participated from as far away as the United Arab Emirates, Guyana, Italy, Nigeria, Russia and Qatar.

Sometimes you need a little shade and that is what Adam Higginbotham of Welkes Truck & Equipment got from this Hitachi EX1200 excavator.

Several 2011 Volvo A40F’s roll over the ramp. The first one went for $350,000.

“The selection is like something I’ve never seen before — the yard is huge and it is completely packed with equipment,” said Oscar Ruiz, a first-time bidder and private contractor from Colombia. “I will definitely attend the next Ritchie Bros. Orlando auction — if I need it, I know I will find it here.” Katherine Garibello, president of Fla.-based contractor see RITCHIE page 70


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Online Buyers Account for More Than $54M in Sales RITCHIE from page 68

AG Design & Services Corp., which specializes in remodeling and structural maintenance, also was a first-time buyer at this year’s Ritchie Bros. February Orlando auction. “The logistical organization, professionalism and friendliness of every staff member of this enormous operation is what helped us acquire the equipment we need for our next remodeling project,” she said.

“We have started another strong year at our February auction here in Florida,” said Steve Kriebel, regional sales manager, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers. “We saw strong prices in many areas, more specifically in the backhoe, aerial, truck and trailer, motorgrader, and bulldozer categories. Even though our inventory count was slightly lower than in recent years, average sale prices were higher. Additionally, we sold 80 percent more one-to-three-year-old equipment items in

our core equipment categories, including wheel loaders, bulldozers, rock trucks, excavators, motorgraders and forklifts. We look forward to continuing to serve our customers all around the world at our upcoming Florida auctions in 2014.” (This story also can be found on Construction Equipment Guide’s Web site at www.constructionequipmentguide.com.) see RITCHIE page 72

A Ritchie yardman steam cleans a Lull rough-terrain forklift before it rolls over the ramp. Joe Boyle, Ritchie Bros., catches bids on the Caterpillar articulated trucks.

This John Deere 544J may be going to Cleveland with Chris Stutz (L) and Matt Burda of Great Lakes Construction.

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Variety of Equipment Available Impresses Attendees RITCHIE from page 70

Is the ring man trying to raise the bids or is he demonstrating that the forklift raises materials. What do you think?

Paul Hall of Hall’s Equipment, Tioga, Pa., is looking over a wide variety of equipment, including this John Deere 670B.

This Caterpillar D8T with ripper is one of the many late model high-end dozers that went over the ramp and sold to the highest bidder.

Dean Adsit (L), used equipment sales, Nortrax, and Jim King, used equipment manager of Aring Equipment Co., discuss the auction.

This Volvo A40F articulated truck has a $300,000 standing bid.

Howard Able (L) of Advantage Equipment and Dennis McDavid or Nortrax spend a few minutes chatting about the auction results.


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Cat Auction Brings in Big Numbers, Everyone Wins CAT from page 69

LATE MODEL CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT AUCTION AERIAL LIFTS, FORKLIFTS, ATTACHMENTS, FEED TRAILERS, TRUCKS & TRAILERS.

AUCTION HOUSTON (MAGNOLIA), TEXAS

(L-R): David Procter of S. Harris Construction in Joelton, Tenn.; Shayne Harris, president of S. Harris Construction; Joey Krant, mechanic of S. Harris Construction; and Jaret Williams, WD Site Development in St. Cloud, Fla; and Greg Senger of WD Site Development in Dodge, N.D., shop Cat Auction Services’ line of Cat 740B off-road trucks.

Mike Munroe (L) and Brad Grafe, transportation specialists of Valley Transportation in Grand Meadow Minn., help attendees move newly acquired equipment from site to anywhere in the United States.

HILITES INCLUDE: 3 ARTICULATED TRUCKS: 2007 Cat 730, Volvo A40E, 2005 Volvo A40D, 17HYDRAULIC EXCAVATORS: Cat 330CL, Cat 320CL, (2) 2008 Komatsu PC300LC-8, Komatsu PC60-7, 2008 JD 350DLC, 2012 JD 210GLC, 2008 JD 200DLC, (2) JD 35D, 2012 Doosan DX225LC, 2006 Kobelco SK210LC-6, 2007 Kobelco SK135SR, Hitachi ZX200LC, 2005 Case CX210LC, Bobcat 430, Genie 38, LONG REACH EXCAVATORS: Komatsu PC300LC-5L, 5 MOTOR GRADERS: 2010 Komatsu GD655-3EO, (2) Cat 143H, Volvo G726B, JD 672D, 3 RUBBER TIRED LOADERS: JD 544H, Case 921C, Case 821E, 10 CRAWLER TRACTORS: 2010 Komatsu D155A (ripper), 2006 Cat D7RLGP-II, 2009-2008 Cat D6TXWVP, 2008 Cat D6TLGP (winch), 2008 Cat D6TLGP, 2007 Cat D6NXL, 2007 Cat D5G, 2008 JD 700JLGP, JD 450HLGP, CRAWLER LOADER: Cat 963B, 11 TRACTOR LOADER BACKHOES: (9) 2007 JD 310J (4x4), 2006 JD 310 Super G (4x4) , Case 580N (4x4), SKID STEER: Gehl 6635, 4 TELESCOPIC FORKLIFTS: 2008 Lull 644E, JCB 506C, 2006 JCB 520, Gradall 534D-9, 7 VIBRATORY ROLLERS: (3) New/Unused IR SD115D (cab), (2) 2006 IR SD100D, IR SD77F, 2006 IR SD70D, 4 RUBBER TRACKED SKID STEERS: Bobcat T350, Bobcat T300, Bobcat T250, Bobcat T190, 2 TRENCHERS: (2) Ditchwitch 1230, ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFT: IR RT706F, FORKLIFT: IR 10,000lb., 9 AIR COMPRESSORS: (3) IR 400CFM, (2) IR 375CFM, (3) IR 185CFM, Atlas Copco 1600CFM, LIGHT PLANTS: Magnum MLT3060, 2 WATER PUMPS: (2) Godwin C150M6, AGRICULTURAL TRACTOR: 2006 Case STX450S, PULL PAN: 2007 Ashland I180TS2, CONCRETE EQUIPMENT: Stone 65CM Concrete Mixer, WATER TRUCK: 2004 Ford F650 (s/a), FLATBED TRUCK: 2008 Ford F550 Super Duty X-Cab, 9 TRUCK TRACTORS: 2008 Mack CHU613 (t/a), (2) 2007-2006 Mack CHN613 (t/a), 2006 Mack CHN613 (t/a), 1996 Mack CH613 (t/a), 2006 Kenworth W900L (tri.), 2001 Kenworth (t/a), 2006 IH (t/a), DUMP TRUCK: 1996 Mack CH613 (t/a), 2 SERVICE TRUCKS: 2010 Ford F250, 2004 Ford F450, PICKUPS: 2008 Chevy (4x4), 6 VACUUM SYSTEM TRAILERS: (2) 2005 Fort Worth Fabrication 130BBL, (3) Pioneer 130BBL (t/a), 130BBL (t/a), FLATBED TRAILER: 40ft. (t/a)., 3 EQUIPMENT TRAILERS: 2001 Trail-Ez 40ft. (t/a), 2000 Trailking 50 T, 1998 Ledwell 4T48102 48ft. (t/a), 4 DETACHABLE GOOSENECK TRAILERS: (3) New 2014 Witzco 50T (tri.), 2000 Trailking TK110HD (tri.), 12 FEED TRAILERS: (2) 2010 – (2) 2008- 2007- (4) 1998-(3) 1997 Ledwell 42ft. Feed Trailers (8 compartment), SUPPORT EQUIPMENT: (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. DIRECTIONS: From Bush International Airport: Airport exit on JFK Blvd., take left ramp onto Will Clayton Parkway toward Central Cargo .2 miles. Continue on Jetero Blvd., continue on McKaughan Rd., left on Viscount Rd., left Mecom Rd. Take ramp onto JFK Blvd. toward Airport exit (I-45)/ Beltway 8/ Hardy Toll Rd. 2 miles. Take ramp onto Hardy Toll W toward Hardy Toll Rd. (tolls) for 2.9 miles. Take Hardy Toll Rd. North/ Woodlands exit onto Hardy Toll N (tolls) – 11.9 miles. Merge onto I-45 N for 8.4 miles. Exit #81/ Magnolia (FM-1488) toward Magnolia (I-45 S)/ Hempstead .3 miles. Take ramp onto I-45 S .2 miles, take ramp onto FM 1488 Rd. (FM-1488) toward I-45 N/ Sherbrook Dr. .3 miles. Take ramp onto North Fwy toward I-45 N .2 miles. Take ramp onto FM 1488 Rd. (FM-1488) toward Magnolia (I-45S) Hempstead for 8 miles. Site is on left. Address: 8215 FM 1488, Magnolia, TX 77354. TEXAS AUCTION LICENSE: AUCTIONEER #15791 Jack H Lyon SALE SITE PHONE: (863) 660-3613

THURS., APRIL 17 @ 12 PM (NOON)

ALEX

LYON

& SON Sales Managers & Auctioneers, Inc.

Jeff Pitcher (L), Northern Snow & Dirt Inc. in Plattsburgh, N.Y., and his good friend, Roswell Beeman, Beeman Truck & Excavation in Chazy N.Y., said they really liked what Cat Auction Services is doing and they will be back next year.

Phone: (315) 633-2944 • Fax: (315) 633-8010 Syracuse, NY (Evenings) (315) 637-8912 www.lyonauction.com


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ADVERTISER INDEX To read articles about these CEG advertisers, visit www.constructionequipmentguide.com

ALEX LYON & SONS INC

HENDRIX MACHINERY LLC ..................................................3

HOUSTON TX ................................................................73

HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ..........................28

AMULET..................................................................................32

IRON PLANET ........................................................................67

ANACONDA USA ....................................................................6

JAMES G MURPHY CO

BARGAINS..............................................................................58

KENMORE WA ..............................................................69

BID SPOTTER ........................................................................65

JCB INC ..................................................................................25

BLANCHARD MACHINERY ....................................................8

JFW EQUIPMENT INC ..........................................................55

BOBCAT..................................................................................12

JOHN DEERE ........................................................................23

BOMAG ..................................................................................43

JOHN DEERE SKID STEER..................................................37

CASE CONSTRUCTION ..................................................26,27

KASI INFRARED CORP ........................................................55

CAT AUCTION SERVICES

KIRBY-SMITH MACHINERY INC ............................................5

INDIANAPOLIS ..............................................................61

KOMATSU AMERICA CORP ..................................10,11,32,33

CEG SCALE MODELS ..........................................................16

KOMATSU EQUIPMENT CO ................................................19

CHICAGO PNEUMATIC ........................................................17

LEEBOY..................................................................................47

CLASSIFIEDS ........................................................................58

MADDOCK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT ........................55

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT GUIDE

MIDCO DEMOLITION TOOL CO ............................................7

MOBILE APP PROMO ..................................................22

MINNICH MANUFACTURING................................................44

SKID STEERS & ATTACHMENTS PROMO ................18

NATIONAL ATTACHMENTS ..................................................19

VALUE ADDED ..............................................................34

NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC............................29

WANTED ........................................................................59

RITCHIE BROS. AUCTIONEERS..........................................75

AUCTION RESULTS ......................................................71

ROAD BUILDERS MACHINERY ......................................13,17

CORKYS SANDBAGS..............................................................2

SAKAI AMERICA INC ............................................................53

CROSS TIMBERS EQUIPMENT ..........................................76

SULLIVAN PALATEK ..............................................................19

DITCH WITCH WEST ......................................................38,39

TAKEUCHI ..............................................................................36

DYNAPAC ..............................................................................57

VAC-CON INC ..........................................................................9

EFFICIENCY SHORING AND SUPPLY ................................19

VOLVO CONST EQUIP & SVCS ..........................................24

ESCO CORP ..........................................................................58

WACKER NEUSON................................................................49

FAE USA INC..........................................................................57

WIRTGEN AMERICA..............................................................45

FLANGE LOCK ........................................................................2

YANMAR AMERICA ..............................................................35

The Advertisers Index is printed as a free editorial service to our advertisers and readership. Construction Equipment Guide is not responsible for errors or omissions.


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2012

VOLVO L90F, WEIGHT: 33,000 LBS. 175 HP., 3.5 YD BUCKET AND FORKS, RENTAL RATE: $4,900 PER MONTH

KOMATSU WA320-7, WEIGHT: 33,731 LBS., 175 HP, 3.7 YD. BUCKET AND FORKS FOR PIPE, RENTAL RATE: $4,900 PER MONTH

2009

2012

CAT 320DL, WEIGHT: 47,554 LBS 138 HP., RENTAL RATE: $5,500 PER MONTH

KOMATSU WA320-6, WEIGHT: 30,920 LBS. 167 HP., 3.5 CUBIC YARD BUCKET, RENTAL RATE: $4,900 PER MONTH

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HYDOR RAM HK220, FITS A WIDE RANGE OF EXCAVATORS FROM 40K TO 60K LBS.. TOOL DIAMETER OF 5.43 AND HANDLES A FLOW OF 31-40 RPM. WEIGHS 5000 LBS., RENTAL RATE: $5,000 PER MONTH

KOMATSU PC210LC-8 W/ 5000 LB. HAMMER WEIGHT: $52,000 LBS. 156 HP., RENTAL RATE: $10,500 PER MONTH

2012

2012

2012

KOMATSU PC200LC-8, WEIGHT: 52,000 LBS 156 HP., AUX. HYD, 3 BUCKETS, QUICK COUPLER RENTAL RATE: $5,500 PER MONTH

2013

KOMATSU D51PX-22, WEIGHT: 29,145 LBS, HP: 130 HP. RENTAL RATE: $5,800 PER MONTH

CAT CS66B, WEIGHT: 25,345 LB., WITH PADFOOT KIT, 84" DRUM, RENTAL RATE: $4,400 PER MONTH

2013

KOMATSU D51EX-22, WEIGHT:28,043 LBS CHOICE WITH AND WITHOUT RIPPER RENTAL RATES: $5,800 PER MONTH

CAT CS56, WEIGHT: 25,345 LB., WITH PADFOOT KIT, 84" DRUM, RENTAL RATE: $4,400 PER MONTH

2008

KOMATSU GD655-3E0, WEIGHT: 37,801 LB., HP 180-200, PUSH BLOCK AND RIPPER RENTAL RATE: $5900 PER MONTH

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