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AUCTIONEERS Big Iron Big Iron Petrowsky Auctioneers BAGGING EQUIPMENT Hakmet Ltd. Rotochopper Inc. BALER, LOG Cherry Valley Tractor Sales BALER, NON-FERROUS Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems BREAKERS, CONCRETE Bobcat Co. Columbus Equipment Company Company Wrench Enterprising Europa Inc. Fraser, Molloy & Associates NPK Construction Equipment Inc. The W.I. Clark Company BUCKETS Bobcat Co. Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Columbus Equipment Company Enterprising Europa Inc. Fraser, Molloy & Associates Pemberton Inc. Rockland Manufacturing Co.
Rotobec USA Inc. Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc. The W.I. Clark Company BUILDINGS Accu-Steel Cover Buildings ClearSpan Fabric Structures C & D PROCESSING EQUIPMENT Action Equipment Co. Inc. Allied-Gator Inc. Allu Group Atomic Truck & Equipment, Inc. A-Ward Attachments Brunette Industries, Inc. Cavaliere On-Site Recycling Corp. Columbus Equipment Company Continental Biomass Industries, Inc. CW Mill Equipment Co., Inc. Emerald Equipment Systems Inc. Fraser, Molloy & Associates Hammel New York LLC Kormann Rockster Recycler GMBH Lippmann-Milwaukee Inc. Lyons Equipment Co. Major Wire Industries Ltd. Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems NorthShore Manufacturing Inc. Builtrite Handlers & Attachments Precision Husky Corp.
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BUYER’S GUIDE INDEX
Find the product category you are interested in on this index and then refer to the expanded company listing on the pages that follow.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS ADVERTISE! December. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: November 2 Recycling Attachments & Carriers - Breakers, Crushers, Shears, Grapples & More. Annual Buyers Guide (Listing deadline submission deadline 9/11/11 Show: TCIA Expo, November 3-5, Hartford, CT January. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: November 30 Grinders/Shredders/Metal Detecction & Magnetic Separation Show: US Composting Council, Jan. 17-20, Austin, TX February... ADVERTISING DEADLINE: January 6 Wood Waste Recycling / Composting / Biomass Energy Pre-Show: Hard Hat Expo Pre-Show: Natinal Demolition Association March... ADVERTISING DEADLINE: February 3 C&D Recycling / Asphalt & Concrete Recycling Show: Hard Hat Expo, March 7-8, Syracuse, NY Show: National Demolition Association, March 10-11, San Antonio, TX
Buyer’s Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 No time for downtime. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13 Morbark annual Demo Days event a success . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-25 by Diane Mettler Ask the Grinder Guy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 by Dave Whitelaw New Holland Construction focuses on compact products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 GrinderCrusherScreen.com introduces new affordable track conveyors . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Komptech armors us: New heavy duty Crambo developed to meet extreme demands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Classifieds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
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CHIPPERS Bandit Industries Inc. Brunette Industries, Inc. Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Columbus Equipment Company Continental Biomass Industries, Inc. Fecon Inc. Fraser, Molloy & Associates Hakmet Ltd. Komptech USA Inc. Lyons Equipment Co. Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Millard’s Machinery, Inc. Peterson Pacific Corp. Precision Husky Corp. Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc. Vermeer Mfg Co. Vermeer North Atlantic Sales & Service CLUTCHES Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Dendoff Springs Mfg. WPT Power Corporation
COMPOSTING EQUIPMENT Accu-Steel Cover Buildings Allu Group Apollo Equipment Inc. Atomic Truck & Equipment, Inc. Columbus Equipment Company Diversified Ecological Sales & Services Inc. Duratech Industries EarthSaver Equipment Inc. Emerald Equipment Systems Inc. Fecon Inc. Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems N40 Vermeer North Atlantic Sales & Service WPT Power Corporation CONSULTANTS/PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Cavaliere On-Site Recycling Corp. Marketing Strategies & Solutions What It’s Worth Inc. CONTRACT CRUSHING Cavaliere On-Site Recycling Corp. Fraser, Molloy & Associates CONVEYORS/CONVEYOR SYSTEMS Action Equipment Co. Inc. Atomic Truck & Equipment, Inc. Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Colorbiotics Columbus Equipment Company
Commonwealth Equipment Corp. Emerald Equipment Systems Inc. Fraser, Molloy & Associates Kolberg-Pioneer Inc. Metso Minerals (USA) Inc. Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Millard’s Machinery, Inc. Motion Industries Precision Husky Corp. Purltan Magnetics, Inc. R/W Connection, Inc. Rock Systems Inc. Rulmeca Corp. Schenck Process Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc. Terex Crushing and Screening Thor Global Enterprises Ltd. Wm. W. Meyer and Sons, Inc. CRANES/ACCESSORIES Columbus Equipment Company Dendoff Springs Mfg. NorthShore Manufacturing Inc. Builtrite Handlers & Attachments Rotobec USA Inc. Tyler Equipment CRUSHER/ATTACHMENTS Allied-Gator Inc. Allu Group Atomic Truck & Equipment, Inc. A-Ward Attachments Bobcat Co. Chadwick-Baross Columbus Equipment Company
CRUSHER/ATTACHMENTS Commonwealth Equipment Corp. Company Wrench Dendoff Springs Mfg. Diversified Ecological Sales & Services Inc. Enterprising Europa Inc. Fraser, Molloy & Associates Hakmet Ltd. Kormann Rockster Recycler GMBH NPK Construction Equipment Inc. Nye Manufacturing Ltd. Rock Systems Inc. Rockland Manufacturing Co. Rotobec USA Inc. Sandvik Mining and Construction The W.I. Clark Company CRUSHERS/ASPHALT & CONCRETE Allied-Gator Inc. Apollo Equipment Inc. Atomic Truck & Equipment, Inc. Cavaliere On-Site Recycling Corp. Cedarapids Inc. Columbus Equipment Company Commonwealth Equipment Corp. Emerald Equipment Systems Inc. Enterprising Europa Inc. Fraser, Molloy & Associates Hakmet Ltd. Irock Crushers LLC Kenco Engineering Inc. Kolberg-Pioneer Inc. Kormann Rockster Recycler GMBH Lippmann-Milwaukee Inc. McCloskey International Limited Metso Minerals (USA) Inc. Murrysville Machinery Co. Recycling & Processing Equipment Inc. Terex Crushing and Screening The W.I. Clark Company DUST CONTROL Accu-Steel Cover Buildings Buffalo Turbine Company Wrench Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Motion Industries ENGINES Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Millard’s Machinery, Inc. Subaru Industrial Power Products The W.I. Clark Company Vermeer North Atlantic Sales & Service EXCAVATORS Bobcat Co. Chadwick-Baross Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Columbus Equipment Company Company Wrench Fraser, Molloy & Associates Lyons Equipment Co. The W.I. Clark Company Tyler Equipment FASTENERS & COMPONENT PARTS Colmar Belting Co. Dendoff Springs Mfg. Fraser, Molloy & Associates Motion Industries
COMPANY WRENCH 4805 Scooby Lane • Carroll, Ohio 43112 740-654-5304 • Fax 740-687-9130 • 866-262-4181 Oakwood Village, OH • 440-439-4567 Piketon, OH • 740-289-3294 Washington, PA • 724-222-2447 Jacksonville, FL • 904-268-6554 Plain City, FL • 813-754-5800 www.companywrench.com
MIDLANTIC MACHINERY 2240 Bethlehem Pike • Hatfield, PA 19440 215-822-0145 • Fax 215-822-7971 6375 Allentown Blvd. • Harrisburg, PA 17112 717-652-3190 • Fax 717-652-6405 1261 Highway 315 • Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702 570-824-9891 • Fax 570-824-0268 1400 Joh Avenue • Baltimore, MD 21227 410-247-2100 • Fax 410-536-5712
FEEDERS Action Equipment Co. Inc. Atomic Truck & Equipment, Inc. Fraser, Molloy & Associates Kolberg-Pioneer Inc. Lippmann-Milwaukee Inc. Rock Systems Inc. Schenck Process
FINANCING/INSURANCE Millard’s Machinery, Inc. FORKS, SCRAP, AUTO Nye Manufacturing Ltd. Pemberton Inc. Rockland Manufacturing Co. Rotobec USA Inc. The W.I. Clark Company GENERATORS Atomic Truck & Equipment, Inc. Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Subaru Industrial Power Products The W.I. Clark Company GRAPPLES Allied-Gator Inc. A-Ward Attachments Columbus Equipment Company Company Wrench Fecon Inc. Fraser, Molloy & Associates Hakmet Ltd. Lyons Equipment Co. Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Millard’s Machinery, Inc. NorthShore Manufacturing Inc. Builtrite Handlers & Attachments NPK Construction Equipment Inc. Nye Manufacturing Ltd. Pemberton Inc. Precision Husky Corp. Rockland Manufacturing Co. Rotobec USA Inc. Scaffidi Commercial Trucks Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc. Terex Construction Americas The W.I. Clark Company GRINDERS, HORIZONTAL Apollo Equipment Inc. ArmorHog / CW Mill Equipment Co., Inc. Bandit Industries Inc. Brunette Industries, Inc. Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Columbus Equipment Company CW Mill Equipment Co., Inc. Duratech Industries EarthSaver Equipment Inc. Fraser, Molloy & Associates Hakmet Ltd. Kennametal Inc. Komptech USA Inc. Lyons Equipment Co. Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Morbark, Inc. Peterson Pacific Corp. Precision Husky Corp. Rotochopper Inc. Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc. Terra Select, Inc. The W.I. Clark Company Vermeer Mfg Co. Vermeer North Atlantic Sales & Service GRINDERS, TUB Apollo Equipment Inc. ArmorHog / CW Mill Equipment Co., Inc. Columbus Equipment Company CW Mill Equipment Co., Inc. Duratech Industries EarthSaver Equipment Inc. Fraser, Molloy & Associates Kennametal Inc. Komptech USA Inc. Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Millard’s Machinery, Inc. Morbark, Inc. Precision Husky Corp. Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc. Vermeer Mfg Co. Vermeer North Atlantic Sales & Service
HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS/REPAIR Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Columbus Equipment Company Company Wrench MICO, Inc. Motion Industries Scaffidi Commercial Trucks The W.I. Clark Company INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE Atomic Truck & Equipment, Inc. Motion Industries LAND CLEARING ATTACHMENTS A-Ward Attachments Bobcat Co. Columbus Equipment Company Diversified Ecological Sales & Services Inc. Fecon Inc. Fraser, Molloy & Associates Hakmet Ltd. Lyons Equipment Co. Millard’s Machinery, Inc. Nye Manufacturing Ltd. Pemberton Inc. Rockland Manufacturing Co. Rotobec USA Inc. The W.I. Clark Company Vermeer Mfg Co. LUBRICATION Columbus Equipment Company GH Berlin Lubricants Lincoln Industrial The W.I. Clark Company MAGNETS, EDDY CURRENT Colmar Belting Co. Dings Magnetic Group Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems MAGNETS, LIFTING Company Wrench Dings Magnetic Group Purltan Magnetics, Inc. Scaffidi Commercial Trucks Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc. MAGNETS, SEPARATION Action Equipment Co. Inc. Action Equipment Co. Inc. Atomic Truck & Equipment, Inc. Colmar Belting Co. Dings Magnetic Group Lyons Equipment Co. Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Purltan Magnetics, Inc. Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc. MATERIAL HANDLING ATTACHMENTS Advance Tire Inc. Allied-Gator Inc. Allu Group Bobcat Co. Chadwick-Baross Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Columbus Equipment Company Company Wrench Lyons Equipment Co. Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Millard’s Machinery, Inc. NorthShore Manufacturing Inc. Builtrite Handlers & Attachments Nye Manufacturing Ltd. Rockland Manufacturing Co. Rotobec USA Inc. Scaffidi Commercial Trucks Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc. Terex Construction Americas The W.I. Clark Company Thor Global Enterprises Ltd. TrynEx International Tyler Equipment
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C & D PROCESSING EQUIPMENT Rotochopper Inc. Scaffidi Commercial Trucks SSI Shredding Systems Inc. Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc. Terex Crushing and Screening Terra Select, Inc. The W.I. Clark Company Vermeer Mfg Co.
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BUYER’S GUIDE INDEX MATERIAL HANDLING BOOMS Chadwick-Baross Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Company Wrench Lyons Equipment Co. Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Millard’s Machinery, Inc. NorthShore Manufacturing Inc. Builtrite Handlers & Attachments Nye Manufacturing Ltd. Scaffidi Commercial Trucks Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc. Tyler Equipment MATERIAL HANDLING EXCAVATORS Chadwick-Baross Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Columbus Equipment Company Company Wrench Fraser, Molloy & Associates Lyons Equipment Co. Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Sennebogen North America LLC Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc. Terex Construction Americas Tyler Equipment MIXED C & D PROCESSING PLANTS Action Equipment Co. Inc. Atomic Truck & Equipment, Inc. Columbus Equipment Company Emerald Equipment Systems Inc. Fraser, Molloy & Associates Hammel New York LLC Terra Select, Inc. The W.I. Clark Company MULCH COLORANTS Colorbiotics Florida Coastal Colors Lyons Equipment Co. Rotochopper Inc. Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc. T.H. Glennon Co., Inc. Vermeer Mfg Co. WPT Power Corporation MULCH COLORING EQUIPMENT Bandit Industries Inc. Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Colorbiotics EarthSaver Equipment Inc. Lyons Equipment Co. Morbark, Inc. Peterson Pacific Corp. Rotochopper Inc. Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc. T.H. Glennon Co., Inc. Vermeer Mfg Co. ODOR CONTROL Accu-Steel Cover Buildings Buffalo Turbine Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems PALLET PROCESSING EQUIPMENT Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Columbus Equipment Company CW Mill Equipment Co., Inc. Hammel New York LLC Lyons Equipment Co. PICKING STATIONS Atomic Truck & Equipment, Inc.
Hammel New York LLC McCloskey International Limited Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Morbark, Inc. Terra Select, Inc. The W.I. Clark Company POWER TRANSMISSION Colmar Belting Co. Motion Industries Rulmeca Corp. WPT Power Corporation SAFETY SUPPLIES Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Motion Industries R/W Connection, Inc. SCALES Colmar Belting Co. Motion Industries Schenck Process SCREENING ATTACHMENTS Allu Group Astec Mobile Screens Dendoff Springs Mfg. Enterprising Europa Inc. Fraser, Molloy & Associates Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Rock Systems Inc. Terra Select, Inc. The W.I. Clark Company WPT Power Corporation SCREENING EQUIPMENT, FIXED Action Equipment Co. Inc. Astec Mobile Screens Atomic Truck & Equipment, Inc. Brunette Industries, Inc. Columbus Equipment Company Continental Biomass Industries, Inc. Dendoff Springs Mfg. Diversified Ecological Sales & Services Inc. Emerald Equipment Systems Inc. Fraser, Molloy & Associates Irock Crushers LLC Kolberg-Pioneer Inc. Lippmann-Milwaukee Inc. McCloskey International Limited Metso Minerals (USA) Inc. Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems N40 Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc. Terex Crushing and Screening Terra Select, Inc. The W.I. Clark Company SCREENING EQUIPMENT, MOBILE Argus Industrial Co. Astec Mobile Screens Atomic Truck & Equipment, Inc. Cavaliere On-Site Recycling Corp. Columbus Equipment Company Commonwealth Equipment Corp. Continental Biomass Industries, Inc. Diversified Ecological Sales & Services Inc. Duratech Industries EarthSaver Equipment Inc. Emerald Equipment Systems Inc. Fraser, Molloy & Associates Irock Crushers LLC
Kolberg-Pioneer Inc. Kormann Rockster Recycler GMBH Lippmann-Milwaukee Inc. McCloskey International Limited Metso Minerals (USA) Inc. Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems N40 Peterson Pacific Corp. Screen Machine Screen USA Inc. Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc. Terex Crushing and Screening Terex Finlay Terra Select, Inc. The W.I. Clark Company Vermeer North Atlantic Sales & Service SEPARATION SYSTEMS Action Equipment Co. Inc. Astec Mobile Screens Columbus Equipment Company Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Purltan Magnetics, Inc. Terra Select, Inc. The W.I. Clark Company Vermeer North Atlantic Sales & Service SHEARS, METAL Allied-Gator Inc. A-Ward Attachments Columbus Equipment Company Company Wrench Pemberton Inc. The W.I. Clark Company SHEARS, WOOD A-Ward Attachments Columbus Equipment Company Continental Biomass Industries, Inc. EarthSaver Equipment Inc. Morbark, Inc. Pemberton Inc. Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc. SHREDDERS, AUTO Fraser, Molloy & Associates Hammel New York LLC Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems SHREDDERS, METAL Columbus Equipment Company Fraser, Molloy & Associates Hammel New York LLC Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems SSI Shredding Systems Inc. The W.I. Clark Company SHREDDERS, WOOD Allu Group Brunette Industries, Inc. Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Columbus Equipment Company Continental Biomass Industries, Inc. EarthSaver Equipment Inc. Fecon Inc. Fraser, Molloy & Associates Hammel New York LLC Komptech USA Inc. Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Morbark, Inc. Nye Manufacturing Ltd. Peterson Pacific Corp. SSI Shredding Systems Inc. Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc.
Terra Select, Inc. The W.I. Clark Company SKID STEERS Bobcat Co. Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Columbus Equipment Company Company Wrench Fecon Inc. Terex Construction Americas The W.I. Clark Company Vermeer North Atlantic Sales & Service SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS Advance Tire Inc. Allied-Gator Inc. Bobcat Co. Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Columbus Equipment Company Company Wrench Fecon Inc. NorthShore Manufacturing Inc. Builtrite Handlers & Attachments Pemberton Inc. Terex Construction Americas The W.I. Clark Company SKID STEER ATTACHMENTS TrynEx International Vermeer North Atlantic Sales & Service THUMBS Nye Manufacturing Ltd. Pemberton Inc. Rockland Manufacturing Co. Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc. The W.I. Clark Company TIRES, PNEUMATIC Advance Tire Inc. Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Millard’s Machinery, Inc. TIRES, SOLID, FOAM FILL Advance Tire Inc. Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Company Wrench TOOLS, HYDRAULIC & PNEUMATIC Maxpro Corporation Motion Industries R/W Connection, Inc. The W.I. Clark Company TRAILERS, END DUMP/ BOTTOM DUMP Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Titan Trailers Inc. TRAILERS, EQUIPMENT Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Columbus Equipment Company Company Wrench Dendoff Springs Mfg. Hakmet Ltd. Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Millard’s Machinery, Inc. Surplus Containers.net / Zeno Marshall Used Trucks, Inc. The W.I. Clark Company Titan Trailers Inc. Vermeer North Atlantic Sales & Service
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TRAILERS, LIVE FLOOR EarthSaver Equipment Inc. Keith Mfg. Co. Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Schenck Process Titan Trailers Inc. TRANSPORTATION Scaffidi Commercial Trucks Surplus Containers.net / Zeno Marshall Used Trucks, Inc. TROMMELS Apollo Equipment Inc. Atomic Truck & Equipment, Inc. Columbus Equipment Company Commonwealth Equipment Corp. Duratech Industries EarthSaver Equipment Inc. Emerald Equipment Systems Inc. Fraser, Molloy & Associates Komptech USA Inc. McCloskey International Limited Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Screen USA Inc. Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc. Terex Crushing and Screening Terra Select, Inc. The W.I. Clark Company Vermeer North Atlantic Sales & Service USED EQUIPMENT Atomic Truck & Equipment, Inc. Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Columbus Equipment Company Commonwealth Equipment Corp. Company Wrench Continental Biomass Industries, Inc. CW Mill Equipment Co., Inc. Diversified Ecological Sales & Services Inc. EarthSaver Equipment Inc. Fraser, Molloy & Associates Hakmet Ltd. McCloskey International Limited Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Millard’s Machinery, Inc. Morbark, Inc. Murrysville Machinery Co. Precision Husky Corp. Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc. Surplus Containers.net / Zeno Marshall Used Trucks, Inc. The W.I. Clark Company Vermeer North Atlantic Sales & Service WASTE WOOD FURNACES/BOILERS Biomass Combustion Systems
EarthSaver Equipment Inc. WATER SEPARATION SYSTEMS Consolidated Fabricators Corp. WEAR PARTS (CRUSHER) Colmar Belting Co. Columbus Equipment Company Commonwealth Equipment Corp. Dendoff Springs Mfg. Emerald Equipment Systems Inc. Fraser, Molloy & Associates Kenco Engineering Inc. Kolberg-Pioneer Inc. Lippmann-Milwaukee Inc. Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Potomac Metal and Supply Inc. R/W Connection, Inc. WEAR PARTS (GRINDER) ArmorHog / CW Mill Equipment Co., Inc. Brunette Industries, Inc. Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Colmar Belting Co. Columbus Equipment Company CW Mill Equipment Co., Inc. EarthSaver Equipment Inc. Fraser, Molloy & Associates Kenco Engineering Inc. Kennametal Inc. Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Morbark, Inc. Potomac Metal and Supply Inc. Precision Husky Corp. R/W Connection, Inc. Stouffer Equipment Co. Inc. WEAR PARTS (SHREDDER) Brunette Industries, Inc. Colmar Belting Co. Columbus Equipment Company Fraser, Molloy & Associates Kenco Engineering Inc. Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems Potomac Metal and Supply Inc. R/W Connection, Inc. WHEEL LOADERS Advance Tire Inc. Cherry Valley Tractor Sales Columbus Equipment Company Company Wrench Fraser, Molloy & Associates Millard’s Machinery, Inc. Terex Construction Americas The W.I. Clark Company WIRE RECYCLING Action Equipment Co. Inc. Mid-Atlantic Waste Systems
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ARMORHOG / CW MILL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Contact: Tim Wenger Near the Kansas City Airport & Fast Ground freight terminals Phone: 800-743-3491 (in U.S.) or 785-284-3454 Fax: 785-284-2010 firstname.lastname@example.org www.armorhog.com Arm your Hog with ArmorHog. Screens, tips, belts, and many other high performance grinder parts for all brands. ArmorHog uses NitroGrit, a proprietary blend of carbide found to best suit grinding applications.
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BUFFALO TURBINE Contact: Brad Wesley 180 Zoar Rd. Springville, NY 14141 Phone: 716-592-2700 Fax: 716-592-2460 email@example.com www.buffaloturbine.com Buffalo Turbine manufacturers dust and odor control equipment for use in a variety of recycling applications such as demolition, crushing, grinding and screening. CAVALIERE ON-SITE RECYCLING CORP. Contact: Louis Cavaliere 226 Selleck St., Ste. C Stamford, CT 06902 Phone: 203-323-6018 Fax: 203-323-6010 www.cavaliereindustries.com Our services include excavation, demolition, asphalt milling and paving, site development, trucking, and onsite recycling and crushing. We carry the Rubblemaster line of recycling equipment. CEDARAPIDS INC. 909 17th St. N.E. Cedar Rapids, IA 52402 Phone: 319-363-3511 Fax: 319-399-4871 firstname.lastname@example.org www.cedarapids.com Complete line of jaw, cone and compactor crushing equipment in both stationary and portable configurations for concrete and RAP recycle applications. CHADWICK-BAROSS 160 Warren Ave. Westbrook, ME 04092 Phone: 207-854-6303 Fax: 207-854-8237 www.chadwick-baross.com Sennebogen North America distributor. CHERRY VALLEY TRACTOR SALES Contact: Brian C. Wright 35 W. Rt. 70 Marlton, NJ 08053 Phone: 856-983-0111 Fax: 856-988-6290 email@example.com www.cherryvalleytractor.com New Holland, Kubota, Bandit, Rayco, Woods, Pro-Tech, Boss Plows, Bobcat, Wright Standard, Walker, Pequea, Eager Beaver, Hudson, Timberwolf, Honda, Billy Goat, Blue Bird, Ryan, Sweepster, Reinco, Tarco. CLEARSPAN FABRIC STRUCTURES 1395 John Fitch Blvd. South Windsor, CT 06074 Phone: 866-643-1010 Fax: 860-760-0210 firstname.lastname@example.org www.clearspan.com ClearSpan Fabric Structures provides design-build solutions for material, equipment and other storage needs. ClearSpan buildings are cost effective, featuring quick installation and low construction costs. Every Truss Arch Building is custom engineered to location requirements,such as snow and wind loads.
COLMAR BELTING CO. Contact: Bob Labossiere 20 W. Fifth St. South Boston, MA 02127 Phone: 617-269-7056 Fax: 617-269-5422 email@example.com www.colmarbelting.com We are one of the leading conveyor component distributors in Northeast. COLORBIOTICS Contact: Kent Rotert 801 Dayton Ave. Ames, IA 50010 Phone: 888-663-6980 Fax: 515-956-2525 firstname.lastname@example.org www.colorbiotics.com Colorbiotics is the global leader in landscape coatings technology. Our colorant along with our state of the art coloring equipment allow you to turn wood fiber and bark mulch into valuable color-enhanced mulch. COLUMBUS EQUIPMENT COMPANY Contact: Jeff Richards 65 E. Kingston Ave. Columbus, OH 43207 Phone: 614-443-6541 Fax: 614-443-9673
email@example.com www.columbusequipment.com Established in 1952, Columbus Equipment Company is one of the leading heavy equipment distributors in the United States. Carrying an unrivaled line of industry leading manufacturer brands, the dealership serves the construction, mining, paving, lifting and environmental industries throughout Ohio and surrounding states. COMMONWEALTH EQUIPMENT CORP. Contact: Mark Davies 36 Hazleton St. Ashley, PA 18706 Phone: 877-217-4474 Fax: 570-270-5792 firstname.lastname@example.org www.commonwealthequipment.com Dealer for mobile rock crushing and screening equipment, trommel screens and conveyors. Full parts and service department. Representing McCloskey International and Tesab Engineering. COMPANY WRENCH Contact: Brad Hutchinson 4805 Scooby Ln. Carroll, OH 43112 Phone: 740-654-5304
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CW MILL EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Contact: Tim Wenger 14 Commerce Dr., PO Box 246 Sabetha, KS 66534 Phone: 785-284-3454 Fax: 785-284-2010 firstname.lastname@example.org www.hogzilla.com CW has been building electric and diesel powered grinders for decades. 14 tub and horizontal units for wood and waste recycling ranging from 565-2000hp including self-propelled track driven, self-loading and electric units. Optional thrown object restraint and tire processing packages available.
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EARTHSAVER EQUIPMENT INC. Contact: Powell Clinton PO Box 8898 Kalispell, MT 59904 Phone: 406-752-6290 Fax: 406-752-6291 email@example.com www.earthsaverequipment.com Specialized in equipment for wood and greenwaste recycling, plus composting, since 1982. Buy, sell, consign, salvage wood and greenwaste recycling equipment. Replacement parts Ñ screens, hammers, belts, PTO (clutch), hydraulics and more.
EMERALD EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS INC. Contact: Brian McCammon 7600 Morgan Rd. Liverpool, NY 13090 Phone: 315-437-1977 Fax: 315-431-0536 firstname.lastname@example.org www.emeraldequipmentsystems.com Dealer for C&D and MSW processing equipment, Cedarapids and Powerscreen crushing, screening and washing equipment, Telestack track conveyors, Kiverco and Powerscreen trommel screens. ENTERPRISING EUROPA INC. Contact: Roland Jarl 439 Rt. 17N Mahwah, NJ 07430 Phone: 201-236-0969 Fax: 201-584-0229 Roland@theEEIgroup.com www.eei-us.com Come to us for Socomec hammers, breakers and crushers, CanAm high impact hydraulic tools, Gallmac tool carriers, EEITreviBenne demolition tools, Rockfrac rock splitting mortar. All products manufactured to the highest standards. FECON INC. Contact: Kate Brodbeck 3460 Grant Dr. Lebanon, OH 45036 Phone: 800-528-3113 Fax: 513-696-4431 email@example.com www.fecon.com Bull Hog Mulchers, the No. 1 selling forestry brush cutter in the world! FTX track carriers ranging from 97hp to 440hp with various track options. Tree shears, grapples, stump grinders and chippers for land clearing, right-ofway clearing and vegetation management.
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lubricants. Serving all of New England, New Jersey, Hudson Valley New York and Long Island New York. GLOBAL CRANE SALES Contact: Ed Gibson 13201 Northwest Freeway, Suite 800 Houston, TX 77040 Phone: 310-749-0634 firstname.lastname@example.org www.globalcranesales.com Global Crane Sales, in partnership with Zoomlion, offers full lines of CE and ANSI certified cranes including crawler cranes, rough terrain cranes and tower models. The Global team has more than 100 years combined experience in the crane industry.
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DURATECH INDUSTRIES Contact: Alan Goehring PO Box 1940 Jamestown, ND 58492 Phone: 701-252-4601 Fax: 701-252-0502 www.duratechindustries.net DuraTech Industries manufactures a complete line of recycling equipment, including industrial tub and horizontal grinders, trommel screens and a compost turner.
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No time for downtime
B.O.G. Construction, Inc. keeps traf fic moving with the Allied-Gator MT® Series Multi-Tool With a narrow window of time for completion, B.O.G. utilized the MTR 50 C to expedite the demolition process. As soon as the Fourth of July holiday traffic died down around Atwood Lake in Tuscarawas County, Ohio, B.O.G. Construction, Inc. was given the green light by the Ohio Dept. of Transportation (ODOT) to begin its most recent undertaking: replacing the mile marker 14 Bridge over Conotton Creek on State Route 212. B.O.G. Construction, Inc., a Salem, Ohio based company, has been constructing, destructing and reconstructing Ohio bridges since 1988. Contracting exclusively with ODOT, B.O.G. specializes in the new construction, repair, restoration and reconstruction of bridges and culverts throughout the Buckeye State. For this project, B.O.G was contracted to perform bridge rehabilitation, or reconstruction to over 90 percent of the SR 212 bridge. This is the type of work required when only portions or surfaces of a given bridge have become worn or damaged beyond an ODOT acceptable condition. When these bridges have structurally sound underlying bridge components remaining, B.O.G. is contracted to remove the damaged areas and reconstruct the bridge by incorporating the remaining undamaged portions of the structure. Because traditional methods of bridge reconstruction normally yield slim profit margins on these types of ODOT projects, many companies avoid bidding The Allied-Gator MTR 50 C finishes demolition of the second lane of the Conotton Creek Bridge decking in six them altogether. B.O.G., however, has found a new hours. and effective method of completing these jobs successfully, timely and profitably. Over the past three years, B.O.G. owners Mark Gettman and Tom O’Donnell have realized these advantages with the addition of Allied-Gator MT™ Series Multi-Tool units to B.O.G.’s jobsite fleet. For the SR 212 bridge project, B.O.G. utilized the MT Series Multi-Tool model MTR 50 C (with the Quick Change™ Cracker/Crusher Jaw Set) on a 25 ton excavator. The SR 212 bridge restoration project required B.O.G. to remove and replace a two lane bridge, consisting of a 19-inch continuous concrete slab deck covering three separate spans, with an average height of 15 to 20-feet above Conotton Creek. For this ODOT projects, B.O.G. was required work within pressing time parameters, and was given a narrow 60 day window for completion of both demolition and reconstruction of the State Route 212 bridge. In addition, ODOT time specifications usually include the maximum duration of the road closure; however, lack of reasonable alternate routes around Atwood Lake would have presented a great inconvenience for travB.O.G. finishes demolition on the first bridge lane in less than one day and must immediately reconstruct the Allied-Gator 13 bridge decking on the existing piers and columns.
elers, who would have experienced detours up to 30 miles long. Therefore, ODOT dictated that the bridge must have one open, functional lane for traffic at all times. This restriction presented a unique challenge to B.O.G. because one lane of the bridge was required to remain open during the entire bridge restoration project. This factored heavily into B.O.G.’s strategy, with safety of the passing traffic as their number one priority. In order to isolate each lane during the demolition stage and prevent traffic from being affected or endangered, B.O.G. first saw cut the bridge down the center. This divided the bridge into two pieces and isolated each side during its phase of the demolition and reconstruction process, ensuring the safety of both the traffic and B.O.G. personnel. Another challenge presented by this restriction was that, in order to keep one lane open at all times, the bridge had to be tackled in two separate phases. The first lane closed, as specified by ODOT, had to be completely demolished and reconstructed before any work could be performed to the opposite lane. This also required B.O.G. to re-route the lane closure barriers and traffic signal being used to control one lane traffic flow over the bridge.
As soon as the first bridge lane was reconstructed and ready to handle traffic, demolition on the second lane began. In addition to the time restrictions and the inability to close the bridge, B.O.G. was challenged by three environmental factors. First, protected wetlands in close proximity to the bridge on both sides prevented machinery from working or traveling outside the tight boundaries of the specified work area. Secondly, the concrete debris from the bridge had to be removed from the underlying waterway daily to prevent blockage. Because the MTR 50 C crushed the concrete bridge decking into consistently sized material, B.O.G. operator Tracy Cooper could easily remove the fallen debris from Conotton Creek as needed and keep the waterway clear. Lastly, B.O.G. was faced with an exceptionally wet season, causing numerous rain delays and lost days of work that still counted toward the allotted 60-day completion window. Faced with this adversity, B.O.G. was under pressure to make every working day count. The utilization of the MTR 50 C on this project gave B.O.G. all the advantages they were looking for. With fast cycle times and tremendous power, the AlliedGator MT enabled the operator to work continuously and quickly, breezing through the heavy duty bridge decking full of rebar. The MT Cracker/Crusher Jaw Set also allowed B.O.G. to remove the rebar cleanly from the concrete as it was being crushed, leaving material small enough to be combined with dump rock material and used for slope protection. This prevented B.O.G. from spending a large amount of resources purchasing rip rap material for use onsite. By employing a successful demolition plan and utilizing the right tools for the job, B.O.G. had no trouble completing the SR 212 bridge project within the 60 day limit. In discussing the ways in which he would have tackled this job without the MTR 50 C, Mark Gettman reflected. Using a hydraulic hammer was out of the question due to strict ODOT guidelines. In fact, these ODOT restrictions prohibit the use of a hydraulic hammer anytime a bridge deck is being replaced without the replacement of the substructure walls/piers underneath. Due to the damage that hydraulic hammers can cause to the parts of the bridge to remain intact and be integrated into the
Side view of the first bridge lane, prior to demolition (L) and after reconstruction (R). new construction, hydraulic hammers are only permitted during a complete bridge removal and are often subject to the noise regulations of the local community. Saw cutting the entire bridge was also impractical because the bridge deck was so thick. Saw cutting would have yielded pieces too heavy to be removed by an excavator, and would have required a crane, which would have been much more expensive and time consuming. With the MT, each phase of this bridge demolition only took one day. According to Gettman, “Using the MT on a project like this is five times faster than saw cutting and removing the heavy deck sections with a crane.” Furthermore, the large chunks would still need to be hammered into smaller pieces before loading, which would add yet another step to the process. In Gettman’s estimate, using the MTR 50 saved B.O.G. half the cost it would have taken to employ saw cutting as the primary method of demolition. He remarks, “With the MT, we had each bridge lane crushed and out of there by the time we would have been halfway done saw cutting it. There’s a clear advantage to being able to get that much heavy concrete demolished in a single day with one 25 ton excavator.” Overall, the use of the MT Series Multi-Tool has enabled B.O.G. to tackle complex bridge restoration and removal projects with an innovative new approach. B.O.G. can now move on to the next ODOT job, taking with them a positive reputation and all the new experiences gained through overcoming the challenges of the SR 212 bridge project. With AlliedGator MT technology at their fingertips, B.O.G. can complete projects quicker, safer and more profitably than ever before. In a final comment, Gettman summarizes his experiences with the MT, “Every time we’ve used the MT, it’s been great. There couldn’t have been an easier way to do it. In less than a day, for each lane of the bridge to be completely down and out of there — what more could you ask for?”
19-inch bridge decking full of rebar was no match for the MTR 50 C.
One lane of the Conotton Creek Bridge had to remain open at all times, and safety of passing traffic was the highest priority.
B.O.G. continues to bridge the gap with the Allied-Gator MT Although the challenging ODOT restrictions prohibiting the use of hydraulic hammers on select bridge projects initially led B.O.G. owners, Mark Gettman and Tom O’Donnell to the Allied-Gator MT®, the speed, power and efficiency of the MT has kept them on deck. With ODOT bridge refurbishments on the rise, the B.O.G. team is utilizing newer, quicker and more profitable select demolition techniques to grow their business. “We’ve gone from a company who always used a hammer whenever we could, to a company that uses the MT instead. In our line of work, there will still be times when a hammer is the only option, or when saw cutting and rigging are the only way, but for the majority of our projects now the MT has proven itself to be the fastest and most cost effective method,” says Gettman. “The MT has totally changed the way we look at projects. This attachment has given us a clear advantage
from the way we bid to the way we execute these types of bridge projects. We are confident that we will keep finding new ways to use it.” In addition to the time limitations and the structural integrity issue of the bridge’s remaining support members, B.O.G. was faced with some unique challenges on this particular project. “Much of their work was taking place within less than 3-feet from a continuous flow of traffic. Even if ODOT had permitted the use of hydraulic hammers, the flying concrete debris would have definitely caused a safety issue to the passing traffic,” states AlliedGator representative Mike Ramun. With the MT, concrete is crushed quickly and effectively without any flying debris. It is a much safer and controlled method for heavy concrete demolition. “Their challenge of eliminating the heavily reinforced 19-inch thick concrete slab was compounded by the poor soil conditions and the inability to stabilize
the ground all around the underlying creek bed. The access areas near the bridge precluded the use of a machine and tool combination larger than 25 tons,” says Ramun. Allied-Gator MT customers can always count on the ability to conquer heavy duty work with smaller tools and lighter machines. With 11 sizes ranging from 80052,000-pounds, the MT Series Multi-Tool can accommodate any size carrier from skid steers and compacts to the world’s largest mass excavators for use in demolition and recycling of structural steel and concrete, cast reduction, material handling and densifying, as well as railroad rail processing applications. The MT units also feature unrestricted 360 degree rotation, exclusive Fixed Centerline Closure and patented AlliedGator Speed Circuit™ Technology for the fastest cycle times. For more information, and to watch how the MT performed on this project, visit www.alliedgator.com.
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IROCK CRUSHERS LLC PO Box 537, 3310 Columbus Rd. Wooster, OH 44691 Phone: 800-334-7625 Fax: 330-264-0508 firstname.lastname@example.org www.irockcrushers.com Features a full line of portable crushing & screening plants with production capacities ranging up to 800 TPH.
your tub or horizontal grinder! Kennametal grinder tips feature an array of premium coatings, each designed to give you superb performance in all recycling applications. We provide experience and the best value in the recycling industry. KOLBERG-PIONEER INC. 700 W. 21 St., PO Box 20 Yankton, SD 57078 Phone: 605-665-8771 Fax: 605-665-8858 Kolberg-Pioneer, Inc., an Astec Company, is a worldwide and industry leader for bulk material handling and processing equipment. KOMPTECH USA INC. Contact: Geraldine Lucero 10855 Dover St. Westminister, CO 80021 Phone: 720-890-9090 Fax: 720-890-5907 email@example.com www.komptech.com Komptech is a leading international supplier of technology, ma-
chines and systems for the mechanical and biological treatment of solid waste and biomass. KORMANN ROCKSTER RECYCLER GMBH Contact: Christina Nelson Perlenstrasse 10, A-4470 Enns, Austria Phone: 43-0-7223-81-0000 Fax: 43-0-7223-81-000-329 firstname.lastname@example.org www.rockster.at Rockster recycler specializes in the design and production of mobile crushing and screening systems for recycling of asphalt, concrete and demolition rubble as well as natural stone. LINCOLN INDUSTRIAL Contact: Bill Coby 1 Lincoln Way St. Louis, MO 63120 Phone: 314-679-4286 Fax: 314-679-4359 email@example.com www.lincolnindustrial.com Established in 1910, Lincoln is a
world leader in the manufacture and sale of lubrication and industrial pumping equipment for use in industrial applications. LIPPMANN-MILWAUKEE INC. 2371 E. Van Norman Ave. Cudahy, WI 53110 Phone: 800-648-0486 Fax: 414-744-8172 Manufacturer of aggregate and recycle process equipment. LYONS EQUIPMENT CO. 5445 NYS Rt. 353 Little Valley, NY 14755 Phone: 716-938-9175 Fax: 716-938-9227 www.lyonstimbertalk.com MAJOR WIRE INDUSTRIES LTD. Contact: Gary Pederson 225 N. Montcalm Blvd. Candiac, Quebec, CN J5R 3L6 Phone: 450-659-7681 Fax: 450-659-5570 firstname.lastname@example.org www.majorwire.cc We manufacturers screen media
JACQUIER AUCTIONS Contact: Cornelia Jacquier 18 Klaus Anderson Rd. Southwick, MA 01077 Phone: 413-569-6421 email@example.com www.jacquierauctions.com Full service professional auctioneering with the personal commitment of a family run business. Machinery, industrial, commercial, livestock, antiques and real estate. An auction can obtain more than you ask for something, so make an auction your first choice, not your last resort. KEITH MFG. CO. Contact: Laura Crocker 401 N.W. Adler St. Madras, OR 97741 Phone: 541-475-3802 Fax: 541-475-2169 www.keithwalkingfloor.com Keith Walking Floor systems combine the convenience of selfunloading with lightweight trailer design, ensuring maximum payload. KENCO ENGINEERING INC. Contact: Jeff Robinson PO Box 1467 Roseville, CA 95678 Phone: 800-363-9859 Fax: 916-783-3494 firstname.lastname@example.org www.kencoengineering.com Kenco Engineering manufactures wear components for the aggregate, asphalt, concrete, recycling, waste and process industries. Our castings and tungsten carbide products are designed to extend wearlife and reduce downtime in crushers, shredders, dryers, processing, handling and G.E.T. equipment and systems. KENNAMETAL INC. Contact: Jeff Hickey 1600 Technology Way Latrobe, PA 15450 Phone: 800-458-3608 Fax: 800-521-3319 email@example.com www.kennametal.com Premium replacement parts for
Chadwick Baross Chelmsford, MA New England
W.E. Timmerman Whitehouse, NJ Northern NJ
W.M. Biers Port of Albany, NY NY & CT
Dave Heath & Assoc. 1-800-228-8032
solutions that increase screen capacity and throughput, eliminate blinding, clogging and pegging and provide up to three times more wear life. Our innovative offering includes Flex-Mat¨ 3 high performance, self-cleaning screen media, OptimumWire¨ and Double-Weaveª woven wire. MARKETING STRATEGIES & SOLUTIONS Contact: Robert Adeland 433 William St. London, Ontario, CN N6B 3E1 Phone: 519-732-8327 Fax: 519-642-3372 firstname.lastname@example.org www.marketingstrategiesandsolutions.com Marketing Strategies & Solutions is a full service integrated marketing firm specializing in b-2-b communication. We understand big equipment, operating in the scrap, recycling, construction, C&D and transportation industries.
MAXPRO CORPORATION Contact: Tom Macey 418-5 Caredean Dr. Horsham, PA 19044 Phone: 215-293-0800 Fax: 215-293-0803 email@example.com www.maxprocorp.com
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HAMMEL NEW YORK LLC Contact: Ralf Semler 1555 Ocean Ave., Ste. D Bohemia, NY 11716 Phone: 812-764-4630 firstname.lastname@example.org www.hammelny.com Hammel New York provides primary shredders for volume reduction and ferrous material recovery on transfer stations, landfills, scrap yards, and recycling facilities. We also have highly efficient solutions for processing wood, tires, cast aluminum, even entire cars.
METSO MINERALS (USA) INC. 3073 S. Chase Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53207 Phone: 800-558-6818 Fax: 414-769-4730 www.metsominerals.com Manufacturer of crushing, screening and conveying equipment for the mechanical process of recycled asphalt and concrete and byproducts such as blast furnace slag, natural stone, sand and gravel. MICO, INC. 1911 Lee Blvd. North Mankato, MN 56003 Phone: 507-625-6426 Fax: 507-625-3212 email@example.com www.mico.com MICO Incorporated designs,
manufactures and markets hydraulic components, controls and brake systems. MID-ATLANTIC WASTE SYSTEMS 10641 Cordova Rd. Easton, MD 21601 Phone: 800-338-7274 Fax: 410-820-9275 firstname.lastname@example.org www.mawaste.com MAWS provides quality equipment for your waste handling needs. With six convenient locations, we’re your one stop shop for waste processing and material handling equipment. Our Green Team is ready to assist you, so call today for more information! 800-33-TRASH.
MILLARD’S MACHINERY, INC. Contact: Joey Pigg 156 Machinery Dr. Martinsville, VA 24112 Phone: 276-632-6431 Fax: 276-632-8280 email@example.com millardsmachinery.com We are a John Deere Forestry Dealer, Barko knucklebooms, Rotobec grapples and loaders, new Frick sawmills, used forestry and construction equipment, variety of used sawmills and sawmill equipment, new Pitts trailers, used log trailers, used forestry machinery and wood chippers. MORBARK, INC. PO Box 1000 Winn, MI 48896 Phone: 800-831-0042
Fax: 989-866-2280 firstname.lastname@example.org www.morbark.com Morbark builds equipment that creates opportunities in the forestry, recycling, sawmill, bioenergy and tree care markets. Morbark equipment helps customers harvest, process and convert wood and other organic materials into valuable, useful and environmentally sound products. MOTION INDUSTRIES Contact: Linda Price 1605 Alton Rd. Birmingham, AL 35210 Phone: 800-526-9328 Fax: 205-957-5290 www.motionindustries.com Motion Industries is a leading industrial maintenance, repair and operation (MRO) replacement parts distributor of bearings, power transmission, electrical and industrial automation, hydraulic and industrial hose, hydraulic and pneumatic components, industrial supply products and material handling products. MURRYSVILLE MACHINERY CO. 1000 Commercial Ct. Irwin, PA 15642 Phone: 800-MMC-1626 or 724-863-7000 email@example.com www.murrysvillemachinery.com Complete crushing/recycling spread. N40 Contact: Lyndell Pate PO Box 133D Rockwell, NC 28138 Phone: 336-499-5881 Fax: 336-499-5882 LPate@N40compost.com www.N40compost.com N40 handles sales, distribution and service for Backhus compost turners, Backers Star screens and Terra Select trommel screens. Each is world renown for their durability, efficiency, mobility and high material processing capabilities. Consultation services for existing operations, or new facilities. NORTHSHORE MANUFACTURING INC. BUILTRITE HANDLERS & ATTACHMENTS Contact: Uwe Kausch 530 Recycle Center Dr. Two Harbors, MN 55616-1170 Phone: 218-834-5555 Fax: 218-834-5556 firstname.lastname@example.org www.builtritehandlers.com Builtrite Products by Northshore Manufacturing includes stationary electric material handlers, truck mounted handlers and attachments for the solid waste, C&D, scrap and general construction industries. NPK CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT INC. Contact: Steve Kubish 7550 Independence Dr. Walton Hills, OH 44146-5541 Phone: 440-232-7900 Fax: 440-232-4382
www.npkce.com NPK manufactures a complete line of hydraulic breakers, compactor/drivers, material processors, secondary crushers, grapples, pedestal breaker systems, quick attach coupler systems. NYE MANUFACTURING LTD. Contact: Mark Nye 3585 Mavis Rd. Mississauga, ON L5C 1T7 Phone: 905-897-2311 email@example.com nyemfg.com Custom attachments for heavy equipment. PEMBERTON INC. Contact: Mike Duffy PO Box 521000 Longwood, FL 32750 Phone: 800-393-6688 Fax: 407-831-7995 firstname.lastname@example.org www.pembertoninc.com Manufacturers of attachments for wheel loaders and excavators. Serving the recycling industryÕs scrap, waste, demolition and all construction applications. PETERSON PACIFIC CORP. Contact: Dave Benton PO Box 40490 Eugene, OR 97402 Phone: 541-689-6520, 800-269-6520 Fax: 541-589-0804 email@example.com www.petersoncorp.com Leading manufacturer of horizontal grinders, whole tree chippers and mulch blower trucks. Peterson specializes in the development and sales of delivery and processing equipment that turns low grade organic materials into high value products. Since 1982 Peterson and Astec Industries Company, have manufactured equipment for customers in over 20 countries. PETROWSKY AUCTIONEERS Contact: Sam Petrowsky 275 Rt. 32 North Franklin, CT 06254 Phone: 860-642-4200 Fax: 860-642-7900 firstname.lastname@example.org www.petrowskyauctioneers.com POTOMAC METAL AND SUPPLY INC. Contact: Dan Chaney PO Box 1415 Cumberland, MD 21502 Phone: 301-722-4030 Fax: 301-759-4064 email@example.com www.potomacmetal.coom Manufacturer of screens, bucket liners, split sprockets and augers. PRECISION HUSKY CORP. Contact: Scott Smith 850 Markeeta Spur Rd. Moody, AL 35004 Phone: 205-640-5181 Fax: 205-640-1147 www.precisionhusky.com
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MCCLOSKEY INTERNATIONAL LIMITED Contact: John O’Neill 1 McCloskey Rd., RR#7 Peterborough, Ontario, CN K9J 6X8 Phone: 877-876-6635 Fax: 705-295-47777 firstname.lastname@example.org www.mccloskeyinternational.com McCloskey International Limited designs and manufactures innovative trommel screeners, vibrating screeners, stacking conveyors and picking stations. McCloskey equipment is used by topsoil producers, landscape contractors, composting facilities, waste management and recycling operations, and quarry operators to help achieve profitable volumes.
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PURLTAN MAGNETICS, INC. Contact: Andrea Ezyk 900 S. Glaspie St. Oxford, MI 48371 Phone: 248-628-3808 Fax: 248-628-3844 email@example.com www.purltanmagnetics.com Manufacturer of magnetic separation products for capturing, controlling and removing ferrous tramp metal contaminants from products and processing systems. PuritanÕs magnetic separation products are available in standard sizes and strengths with effective designs to meet most conditions and applications.
R/W CONNECTION, INC. Contact: Scott Priestner 936 Links Ave. Landisville, PA 17538 Phone: 800-355-7974 Fax: 717-898-5282 firstname.lastname@example.org www.rwconnection.com R/W Connection is a leading distributor in the Mid-Atlantic region of conveyor belt, skirtboard, chute rubber, scrapers, idlers, pulleys. We also stock a huge inventory of hydraulic hose and fittings, suction and discharge hose and more. Now with locations in PA, MD, VA, TN and NC. RECYCLING & PROCESSING EQUIPMENT INC. Contact: Jerry Lambert 2653 S. 400 W.
Peru, IN 46970 Phone: 765-472-3200 Fax: 765-472-4519 Recycling crushers - when the job demands mobility and high performance, there’s no contest. ROCK SYSTEMS INC. Contact: Mike Bruce 1395 Garden Hwy., Ste. 100 Sacramento, CA 95833 Phone: 916-921-9000 Fax: 916-921-9070 email@example.com www.rocksystems.com Manufacturer of rock processing equipment such as conveyors, hoppers, feeders, material handling systems, crushers, screens, washing equipment, truck rail and barge loading/unloading systems. ROCKLAND MANUFACTURING CO. Contact: Tim Davis PO Box 5 Bedford, PA 15522 Phone: 800-458-3773 Fax: 814-623-7214 www.rocklandmfg.com Rockland manufactures attachments for loaders, excavators, dozers, and graders. We also offer beach cleaning equipment and land clearing equipment. ROTOBEC USA INC. Contact: Renaud Bourdon 200 Industrielle Ste-Justine, Quebec, CN G0R 1Y0
Phone: 418-383-3002 Fax: 418-383-5334 firstname.lastname@example.org www.rotobec.com The Rotobec Power Attachment is a multipurpose tool. Equipped with a dangling rotator, it is a material handling grapple that can handle mulch, branches, stumps, aggregate, logs, construction debris, etc. Equipped with a posi-
tioned rotator, it becomes even more versatile to tackle landscaping, site preparation, light demolition work, material compaction and some tree length handling. The Power Attachment is available in various sizes to match excavators from 15 to 50 tons. ROTOCHOPPER INC. Contact: Monte Hight
217 West St. St. Martin, MN 56376 Phone: 320-548-3586 Fax: 320-548-3372 www.rotochopper.com Rotochopper manufactures a complete line of horizontal wood waste grinders, asphalt shingle grinders, wood chip processors / colorizers and mobile bagging systems.
2006 Vermeer TG525
1996 Vermeer TG400AL
Stu 630-986-6018 Darin 309-208-4568
Cool Fall Deals
Call For Price Stewart 517-206-5512
2000 CBI 4000
Greg 314-960-0920 Gary 317-509-3278
SANDVIK MINING AND CONSTRUCTION Contact: Kelly Burns 345 Patton Dr., S.W. Atlanta, GA 30336 Phone: 404-589-3800
Fax: 404-589-2900 email@example.com www.sandvik.com Sandvik offers a full array of products and services for mining, construction and aggregate industries including crushers, drills, consumables, cutting and conveying systems. We offer an assortment of other services and offerings, including after market parts as well as support, training and financing. SCAFFIDI COMMERCIAL TRUCKS Contact: Maggie Schoenfeld 201 Green Ave., N Stevens Point, WI 54481 Phone: 800-472-2133 Fax: 715-341-4420 firstname.lastname@example.org
www.grappletruck.net Custom builder of refuse/recycling grapple trucks with over 30 years of hydraulics experience. Ask about the Serco 8500R Ñ the only knuckleboom loader on the market made for crushing Ñ and purpose built to withstand continuous heavy duty use. North American distributor for Kesla loaders too! SCHENCK PROCESS Contact: Ed LaBarre 746 E. Milwaukee St. Whitewater, WI 53190 Phone: 800-401-9702 Fax: 262-473-6884 email@example.com www.schenckamericas.com Schenck Process is a worldwide manufacturer of weighing and feeding equipment for a variety of
industries. State of the art products supplied by Schenck Process include belt scales, weighfeeders, solids flow meters, dry material feeders, alternative fuel feeding systems and conveyors. SCREEN MACHINE 10685 Columbus Pkwy. Pataskala, OH 43062 Phone: 800-837-3344 Fax: 614-866-1181 firstname.lastname@example.org www.screenmachine.com SCREEN USA INC. Contact: Rick Cohen 1772 Corn Rd. Smyrna, GA 30080 Phone: 770-433-2440 Fax: 770-433-2440 email@example.com www.screenusa.net
SENNEBOGEN NORTH AMERICA LLC Contact: Andreas Ernst 2835 Jeff Adams Dr., Ste. H Charlotte, NC 28206 Phone: 704-347-4910 Fax: 704-347-8894 sales@sennebogen-na-com www.sennebogen-na.com Sennebogen LLC has been a leading name in the global material handling industry for more than 50 years. Sennebogen America offers a complete line of purpose built machines to suit virtually any heavy lift or Òpick & carryÓ application including scrap, recycling, forestry, mill yard, marine, harbor and dredging.
SSI SHREDDING SYSTEMS INC. 9760 S.W. Freeman Dr. Wisonville, OR 97070 Phone: 503-682-3633 Fax: 503-682-1704 www.ssiworld.com SSI Shredding offers slow speeds, high torque systems for primary and secondary reduction of scrap wood, C&D, and other mixed bulky wastes.
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RULMECA CORP. Contact: Mike Gawinski 6508-B Windmill Way Wilmington, NC 28405 Phone: 910-794-9294 Fax: 910-794-9296 firstname.lastname@example.org www.rulmecacorp.com Rulmeca manufactures motorized pulleys to drive conveyor belts. The internally-powered drive is hermetically-sealed and offers a long, problem-free, lowmaintenance life in harsh environments.
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LC Whitford Equipment Co., Inc. 4316 Bolivar Rd. Wellsville, NY
FOR SERVICE, SALES AND PARTS -1-800-321-3602
Web site: www.lcwhitford.com Email: email@example.com Morbark Rayco Timber Pro Barko B&B Trailers
2010 Morbark Beever M14R Cummins 115 HP, Trades Welcome, Fall Clearance Sale Now In Progress!
2003 Bandit 250, Caterpillar Diesel, 12” Capacity - 2825 Hrs. Great Chipper Fall Sale Price - $14,750 or Best Offer
Morbark 1300 Tub Grinder, Cat 3412 engine, cab, loader Only One In Stock - Call for Pricing
2011 Morbark 3800XL Track Wood Hog, Horizontal Grinder, 800 HP Cat-Money Maker!
2011 Rayco T350 Super Crawler Now Taking Orders!
Morbark 1000 Tub recent rebuild, ready for work, financing available!
Morbark Beever M18R -Single, Dually or Tandem Your Choice! -140HP to 275HP! Fall Clearance Specials Don’t Miss This Sale!
2011 New! Rayco 1635TSJ Trac Self Propelled Stump Cutter, 47” wide cut $19,750
CHIPPERS 4 Marbark k Hurricane 18” Chipper, Tandem w/Winch, 180 CAT, 2004 Recent Trade In . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price 1 Morbark k 3800XL Track Wood Hog, horizontal grinder, 800 HP Cat 2011 --Financing Available-Trades welcome! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Pricee 6 Morbark k Tornado o 15 140 HP Cat, low hours, winch . . . . . . . . . 2006 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price 0 Morbark k Beeverr M14R new design, tricked out nice, one person 2010 operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price 6 Morbark k 1000 Tub Grinder, rebuilt top to bottom, money maker 2006 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price STUMP GRINDERS 2001 1 Rayco o RG-50 815 hrs., 49 HP Deutz, self propelled, trailer too!
Morbark 5600 Wood Hog 860 HP Cat engine, long conveyor, magnetic end pulley, 2,525 hrs. Price Reduced!
Great first diesel for new stumpers! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price 0 Rayco o 1635SJR with trailer, beat the tax man, call to find out how! 2010 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price 2010 0 Rayco o RG1635 5 Trac Stump Cutter, trailer . . . . . . .Calll forr Price MISCELLANEOUS FAE,, UML/SSLL 125, mower attachment, used . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price FAE,, UMM M EX X 125, mower attachment, used . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Prrice Rayco o & Rockland log grapples, used . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price Davco mower attachment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price Rotobec grapple with RT252 rotator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price Bobcatt LR5A landscape rake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Calll forr Price
For Sales, Service or Parts Call 1-800-321-3602 or E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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USED EQUIPMENT SHOWCASE Reaching recycling and aggregate industry proffessionals across the United States in one easy section.
This section is dedicated to used equipment and auctions ONLY! Looking for a piece of equipment? Here’s your place to find it!
Looking to sell used equipment? Here’s your place to sell it!
For More Information Contact Wendell Jennings • 518-673-0114 Lee Publications, Po Box 121, 6113 State Hwy 5 Palatine Bridge, NY 13428
2004 McCloskey 512R
Cat 3054B / 82hp Approx. 211 hrs. $84,000 USD List #S003205E
2007 Peterson Pacific 4710B
Cat C-18 Engine / 765hp New Engine 5 hrs. $329,000 USD List #003118C
2001 Morbark 7600 Woodhog
Cat 3400 / 1000hp Approx. 6500 hrs. $139,900 USD List #003156C
2003 Diamond Z 1463B
Cat 3412E / 1000hp Approx. 5900 hrs. $249,000 USD List #003035E
1999 DuraTech HD14
Cat 3412 / 1000hp Approx. 2000 hrs. $159,900 USD List #003178E
1998 Morbark 1300
Cat 3412E / 860hp Approx. 1500 hrs. $124,900 USD List #003153E
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Yard Location: 45245 U.S. Highway 280 Sylacauga, Alabama 35150 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 381116 Birmingham, Alabama 35238-1116
SUGGS EQUIPMENT SALES, INC.
16th Year in Bus iness
877-241-7756 Fax: 205-980-5766
Bobby Suggs - Cell: 205-281-9370 Email: email@example.com Chris Suggs - Cell: 205-470-5161 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.suggsequipment.com METSO Stationary Gravity Separator, electrc, designed to remove crushed fine granular material, w/ air compressor and baghouse (92) $145,000
(3) Each 36”x140’ Stat Truss Conveyor, elec, w/ belting, walkways/handrails, supports (in photo) $32,500 each; 30”x60’ truss, elec, belt, legs $14,000; 30”x130’ truss, elec, belt, legs $24,500; (3) 36”x50’ truss, elec, belt, legs $16,000; 36”x65’ truss, elec, belt, legs $17,500; 36”x80’ truss, elec, belt, legs $22,500; (2) 36”x110’ truss, elec, belt, legs $28,500; 42”x25’ truss, elec, belt, legs $7,500; 42”x130’ truss, elec, belt, legs $38,500; 48”x65’ truss, elec, belt, legs $22,500
(30) USED READY MIX TRUCKS - MACKS - VOLVOS - INT’L front & rear discharge, (88-99) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .P.O.R.
36”x185’ Channel Frame Conveyor, elec, belt, supports (in photo) $45,000; 36”x190’ Channel, elec, belt, supports $48,500; 36”x240’ Channel, elec, belt, supports $55,000; (2) 36”x110’ Channel, elec, belt, supports $35,000 ea; (2) 36”x115’ Channel, elec, belt, supports $37,500 ea; (3) 36”x90’ Channel, elec, belt, supports $32,500 ea; 36”x80’ Channel, elec, belt, supports $28,500; (2) 36”x60’ Channel, elec, belt, supports $23,500 ea; (3) 36”x50’ Channel, elec, belt, supports $21,500 ea; (2) 36”x25’ Channel, elec, belt, supports $5,500 ea; (2) 36”x16’ Channel, elec, belts, supports $4,500 ea
HARRISON 10”x10” Sand Dredge, Cum 400 HP dsl eng, 40’ spuds, 20’ ladder with hyd driven cutter head, Pierce 10”x10” Sand Pump, cab, spare pump, spare transm (92) . .$85,000
1994 10’x10’Plant Control House, push button controls, AC, elevated approx. 20’w/ glass on all four sides, catwalks around house, access ladder, F.O.B. New Mexico . . . . .$45,000 1994 Enclosed to MESA Specs Motor Control Center two 40’enclosed containers w/AC & dust control w/motor control boxes w/circuit breakers & starts for motors up to 300 HP F.O.B Albuequerque, NM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$85,000
50 Ton Split Hopper w/ support legs, 42”x35’ discharge conveyor $25,000 POWERSCREEN Model 1200 Port Screen Plant, 2,100 hrs, Deutz 30 Ton Hopper w/ support legs, 36”x20’ discharge conveyor..........$18,000 dsl eng, 5’x10’ DD inc screen, (3) prod delivery conveyors, on rubber 30 Ton Hopper w/ support legs, no discharge conveyor ................$15,000 tires w/ 5th wheel and running lights (01) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$58,500 10 Ton Hopper w/ support legs, twin discharge chutes, no conveyors ........ ..........................................................................................................$12,000
36”x60’ Portable Conveyor, elec, belt, drive, head/tail pulley . . . . . . . .$15,000 36”x70’ Portable Conveyor, elec, belt, drive, head/tail pulley . . . . . . . .$20,000 (2) 36”x80’ Portable Conveyor, elec, belt, drive, head/tail pulley . . .$22,000/ea. 36”x85’ Portable Conveyor, elec, belt, drive, head/tail pulley . . . . . . . .$28,500 42”x60’ Portable Conveyor, elec, belt, drive, head/tail pulley . . . . . . . .$23,500 42”x90’ Portable Conveyor, elec, belt, drive, head/tail pulley . . . . . . . .$38,500
EAGLE IRON WORKS 44”x32’ Sand Screw, Elec, New Outboard bearing, NEW GROVE MZ 82C Manlift Deutz dsl eng, 4x2 drive, 2,300 hours, 82’ LINERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$28,500 work height (99) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $19,500 EAGLE IRON WORKS Twin 36”x25’ Sand Screw, elec, urethan liners, speed reducer, hydrotex bearing, support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$28,500 Two (2) Each EAGLE IRON WORKS Twin 36”x25’ Sand Screw, elec, steel liners, open gear drive, hydrotex bearing, support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$16,500/Each
SUPERIOR Model 36 x 110 TS Roadable Telescopic Conveyor, 110’ ext. length, hyd lower travel tires, good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$95,000
GROVE RT522 Rough Terrain Crane, 22 ton, Detroit diesel, one winch, 70’ boom, 23’ jib, block (79) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$32,500
EARTHMOVING EQUIPMENT DRESSER 555 Wheeloader, cab, htr, A/C, 29.5x25 tires @ 50%, 6.0 yd. GP bkt w/boce (89) ............................................................................................$45,000 (2) DUNBAR 1 Cu. Yd. Articulating Clamshell Machines, 15’ reach, 1.0 yd. clamshell bkt., stationary mount, electric/hydraulic drive & controls............$15,000 Each EFFICIENCY 3,000 Gal. Water Tanker w/ gasoline fill pump for insert into 16 yd. dump body ..............................................................................................$9,500 FRUEHAUF 3,500 Gal. Water Tanker w/ gasoline fill pump on two axle carrier w/ fifth wheel........................................................................................................$9,500 IR SD100F Compactor, Cummins dsl., OROPS, drum drive (98) ................$39,500 LIEHBERR R974HD Hydraulic Excavator, Liehberr dsl. engine, mass excavat boom/tip, 6.0 cu. yd. bucket w/ teeth, A/C ............................................$75,000 TEREX 3305B Hauler, Det. dsl., bed liners, good tires (77) ........................$26,500 (2) Lube/Fuel Bodies w/ (5) each lube/oil tanks w/ air discharge, air comp., 600 gal. dsl. tank ..........................................................................................$9,500 Each VOLVO L90D Wheeloader, 6,000 hrs, cab, htr, skidder tires, bkt w/boce (01) .......... ..............................................................................................................$48,500 CRANES & LIFT EQUIPMENT AMERICAN 7225 Crawler Crane, 85 ton cap., Cummins diesel, torque conv., 3 drums, 120’ boom, air cont. (86) ........................................................$195,000
GROVE RT 65S Hydraulic RT Crane, SN: 31415, Cat dsl. eng., 35 ton cap., 104’ bm., 32’ jib, hook blk., ball, 29.5x25 tires (70%), block & ball, painted (74). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $48,500
CLARK 250 30,000 lb. Forklift, gas/propane, 15’ & 21’ mast ......................$25,000 CLARK/LIMA 550TC Lattice Boom Truck Crane, 55 ton cap., Cummins up/down, 8x4, 3 drums, 170’ bm., 30’ jib, blk., ball (69) ......................................$39,500 DROTT 3330 Industrial Crane, 6 ton cap, LP gas, 20’ bm, good tires (83) ..$6,500 GENIE Z60/34 Aerial Manlift, Deutz diessl, 4x4, 60’ work height (93) ........$26,500 GROVE RT 65S Rough Terrain Crane, 35 ton cap., Detroit diesel eng., 4x4 drive, 4 way steer, one winch, 104’ boom, 32’ jib, blk. & ball (74) ....................$48,500 GROVE MZ82C Manlift, 82’ work height, Deutz dsl, 4x2 drive, 60” platform w/hyd rotator (98) ............................................................................................$19,500 GROVE RT58 RT Crane, 14 ton cap., Detroit diesel, 4x4x4, 60’ bm, 30’ jib, blk. (74) ..............................................................................................................$15,000 GROVE RT 522 RT Crane, 22 ton, Detroit diesel, 70’ + 23’ (79) ..................$32,500 JLG 1250BT Crane (no truck), rated 12.5 tons, 57’ reach, painted (88) ......$15,000 LINK BELT LS98A Crawler Crane, 40 ton cap, Det dsl, 2 drums w/PLL-1, 80’ angle boom, fairlead, tagline (78) ....................................................................$38,500 LORAIN LRT 200 RT Crane, 20 ton, Detroit diesel, 2 winch, 70’ + 25’ (79) $28,500 MANITOWOC 2900 T Series II Lattice Trk Crane, 8x4, rated 70 ton cap., Cummins diesel up/Cummins diesel down, 2 drums, 160’ boom, 50’ jib, blk. ......$79,500 MASTER CRAFT S-10-P-6 Forklift, rated 10,000 lbs., Perkins diesel, 21’ mast, rear steer, dual front tires/drive, painted (99)................................................$12,500 P&H “OMEGA 25” RT Crane, rated @ 25 tons, Detroit diesel, 80’ boom, no jib, one winch, ATB, block & ball ......................................................................$32,500
NORDBERG LT 100 Crawler Jaw Crushing Plant, Cat dsl engine, 2844 Jaw Crusher, feed hopper, vibrating grizzly feeder, bypass belt, product discharge belt, (88) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$155,000
TADANO Model TR 280XL RT Crane, rated @ 28 ton cap., 3,500 hrs., Mitsubishi dsl. eng., w/ 4x4 drive, 4 way steer, 72’ boom, 25’ lattice jib, single winch, 20.5x25 tires @ 70% WR, 30 ton block (90) . . .$79,500
RO SIMON TC 2863 Boom Truck, 14 ton cap, 63’ boom, 42’ tele jib, on Int’l 4700 chassis, dsl eng, 5 spd trans, (96) ........................................................$28,500 TADANO TR 280 XL RT Crane, 28 ton cap., Mit. diesel, one winch, 72’ boom, 25’ jib, LMI/ATB system, block & ball (90) ........................................................$79,500 TAYLOR 22,500 Forklift, Detroit diesel, OROPS, 15’ mast ..........................$23,500 ASPHALT EQUIPMENT BEARCAT 2,500 Gal. Asphalt Distributor, hydrostatic drive (PTO) air controls, 14’ spray bar, on Ford F800 w/ V8 gas engine (78) ..................................$18,500 CONCRETE EQUIPMENT & PLANTS (30) Used Ready Mix Trucks - Macks, Volvos, Int’l - front & rear discharge - various ages ....................................................................................................P.O.R. (3) Stationary Baghouses, 5,000 CFM to 7,500 CFM ....................................P.O.R. 7”x40’ Screw Conveyor w/ speed reducer and motor mount ........................$2,900 17”x30’ Screw Conveyor w/ speed reducer and motor mount ......................$3,900 FEEDERS ALLIS CHALMERS 42”x20’ Vib Grizzly Feeder, 2 step, on stand, w/50 ton dump hopper (94) ............................................................................................$55,000 SAUNCO 36S Feeder, electric w/ box ..........................................................$12,500 Four (4) SYNTRON 36” High Frequency Feeders, complete w/controls (94) ............ ..........................................................................................................$9,500/Ea. POWERSCREEN 30”x25’ Belt Feeders w/ supp., elec.....................................$8,500 18”/24”/30” Belt Feeders up to 20’ long, electric ............................................P.O.R.
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EAGLE IRON WORKS 36”x8’ Portable Pugmill Mixing Plant, Detroit 6-71 diesel engine, hyd. elevating legs/stabilizers, spray bar system, NEW radial tires, lights, rated 350-750 TPH, new paint . . $58,500
MCLANAHAN 46”x30’ Twin Shaft Logwasher, LIKE NEW IN EXCELLENT CONDITION (07) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$98,500 EAGLE IRON WORKS 36”x24’ Twin Shaft Logwasher, elec, open gear drive, grease lubricated bearing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$28,500
24”x50’ Radial Stacker, elec, man rad movement, man raise/lower, belt .$8,500/ea. 24”x100’ Radial Stacker, elec, power rad movement, man raise/lower belt .$17,500 36”x75’ Radial Stacker, elec, man rad movement, man raise/lower, belt . . .$15,000 36”x100’ Radial Stacker, elec, power rad movement, man raise/lower, belt .$35,000
36”x150’ Tunnell Conveyor, 10’ diameter tunnell, 3/8” steel, galvanized, 6 feed points, four (4) each Syntron feeders, complete with belt, stands, 6” trough/return idlers, GOOD CONDITION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$125,000
KOLBERG 24”x150’ Mast Type Radial Stacker, elec, no belt, man rad, man raise/lower . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$45,000 36”x120’ Mast Type Radial Stacker, elec, belt, man rad movement, man raise/lower . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$38,500
PIONEER 3042 Semi-Portable Jaw Crushing Plant, elec. powered, vibrating Grizzly feeder w/ hopper & 25 HP motor, 3042 jaw crusher w/ jaw dies @ 80% wr, new bearings & rework on eccentric shaft 2 months prior to shutdown, on 2 axle carrier w/ 5th wheel (unit now stationary, will take down & install running gear) (86) . . $155,000
Two (2) CEDAR RAPIDS/EL JAY RC 54II Semi-Portable Cone Crushing/Screening Plant, rubber tired carriers w/ 5th wheels, 54” std. head cone w/ 300 HP motor, 6’x20’ TD hor. vib. screen w/ 30 HP motor, dir. chutes, fines conveyor (units now stationary, will take down & install running gear) (94 & 98) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$145,000 Each
EXTEC “Mega Bite” Crawler Jaw Crushing Plant, SN: 5115, 6,800 hrs., Deutz diesel engine, feed hopper w/ vibrating Grizzly feeder, product bypass belt under feeder, 2644 jaw crusher w/ NEW jaw dies, rear discharge conveyor (98) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$155,000
METSO/SVEDALIA 8’x20’ TD “XH” Incline Screen, less motor, 36”x200’ Portable Roadable Conveyor on two axle chassis with MADILL Model MK-21 Mobile Sand Drag System, Cat dsl, capable of EAGLE IRON WORKS 8’x32’ Stationary Sand Classifying Plant, 9 station, 3 cell flume, drive belts, w/ mounting springs & cups, urethane cloth (3”, 1.5”, fifth wheel hookup and running lights, complete with belting, (3) 1,200’ radius and 200’ depth dredging with 7 yd drag bucket. Requires Mark V Computer controls, supports (99) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$65,000 3/4”), painted (89) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$37,500. pullout sections, (2) 65’ sections and (1) 70’ section with independ- D8/D9 Dozer size to stabilize (73) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$135,000 ent drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$125,000
TEREX/SIMPLICITY 8’x20’ TD Incline Screen, twin drives w/ 25 HP SIMPLICITY 4’X 10’DD Wet Incl Screen complete with motor, on stand .$8,500 GATOR PEX 1252 Portable Jaw Crushing Plant, w/ a 4 step 44”x16’ FINLAY 8E30 Portable Wet Screening Plant, all electric, on motors, support stands, catwalks/handrails, screen cloth, excellent (01) PIONEER 5’X 16’TD Wet Incl Screen complete with motor, on stand . .$14,500 vib Grizzly feeder w/ 25 HP motor, a 12x52 jaw crusher w/ a 75 HP single axle dual tired wheels w/ fifth wheel hookup, 4’x8’ DD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$125,000 SIMPLICITY 6’ x 16’TD Wet Incl Screen complete with motor, on stand . . motor, rear discharge conveyor, can accept 10” feed & crush to -1” (99) wet screen, feed hopper, new paint . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$28,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$17,500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$58,500 SCREENS... PORTABLE FINLAY 8E30 Portable Wet Screening Plant, all elec., 4’x8’ DD incl. wet screen, new paint .......... ..................................................................................................................................$28,500 POWERSCREEN 1200 RT Port Plant, Cum dsl, 5’x12’ DD Screen, 3 conv, hopper, 2,000 hrs (01) ..................................................................................................................................$58,500 SCREENS... STATIONARY ALLIS CHALMERS 8’x20’ “XH” Triple Deck Incline Screen, dual mech, bare screen ........$32,500 ALLIS CHALMERS 6’x16’ Single Deck Hor Screen, overhead ecc, no mtr..........................$8,500 ALLIS CHALMERS 6’x16’ DD Incl Screen, complete on frame (88) ..................................$15,000 EL JAY 6’x20’ Triple Deck Horizontal Vib. Screen, w/ electric drive, screen cloth, mounted on frame, complete (88)..................................................................................................$45,000 HARTL 4’x8’ Double Deck Incline Vibrating Screen, w/ two side discharge conveyors, one rear discharge fines conveyor, hydraulic driven ..............................................................$23,500 HEWITT ROBINS 5’x16’ TD Incline Screen..........................................................................$9,500 HEWITT ROBINS 5’x16’ Four Deck Incl Screen, on stand, less motor ..............................$18,500 KOLBERG 5’x12’ DD Incl Screen, complete on stand (99)................................................$12,500 LINK BELT 4’x10’ DD Incl Screen, complete on frame (85) ................................................$9,500 TELESMITH 4’x10’ DD Incline Screen, elec, on stand ..........................................................P.O.R. SIMPLICITY 8’x20’ Four Deck Incl Screen, on stand comp w/ motors, screen cloth, fines collection chuter w/ rear disch conv ........................................................................................POR SIMPLICITY 5’x14’ TD Incline Screen, support ................................................................$12,500 SIMPLICITY 4’x12’ TD Incl Wet Screen, complete on stand (85) ....................................$12,500 CRUSHERS... PORTABLE (2) CEDAR RAPIDS/EL JAY RC 54II Portable Cone Crushing/Screening Plants, elec., w/ 54” “std. hd.” cone crusher, 6’x20’ TD horizontal screen, on two axle carriers (94 & 98) $145,000 Each GATOR PEX 1252 Portable Jaw Crusher, can accept up to 10” feed & crush to -1”, w/ 75 HP motor, 44”x16’ four stage vib. Grizzly feeder w/ 25 HP motor, prod. discharge conveyor (99) $58,500 PIONEER 3042 Portable Jaw Crushing Plant, elec., w/ vib. Grizzly feeder, 3042 jaw crusher, on
two axle carrier (86) ................................................................................................$155,000 CRUSHERS... STATIONARY GUNDLACH 56” Double Roll Coal Crusher, (2) 25 HP motor............................................$18,500 WILLIAMS 330K2 Pulverizer Hammermill Crusher, requires 200 HP elec. motor, spare set of hammers w/ unit (88) ......................................................................................................$23,500 KUE KEN 2436 Bare Jaw Crusher, lube syst, mo mtr, no drives ............................................POR CONVEYORS... RADIAL BARBER GREEN 24”x50’’ Port. Conv., elec, man raise/lower & radial, w/ belt ................$11,500 SESCO 24”x50’ Radial Stacker, elec. power raise/lower, man. rad. w/ belt ........................$8,500 42”x90’ Radial Stacker, elec., w/ man. rad., man. raise/lower, 3 ply belt (98) ..................$38,500 36”x85’ Radial Stacker, elec., w/ man. rad., man. raise/lower, 3 ply belt (98) ..................$28,500 CONVEYORS... STATIONARY 30”x50’ Channell Frame, complete, elec. drive, belt............................................................$6,500 36”x85’ Truss Frame w/ motor, less belt & supports ........................................................$17,500 36”x1,000’ Overland Conveyor System w/ 210’ of truss w/ catwalks, 800’ of channel, w/ drives, motors, 2 ply belting ................................................................................................$135,000 SAND & GRAVEL EQUIPMENT EAGLE IRON WORKS 54”x34’ Sand Screw, single, NEW ABR ..........................................$34,500 EAGLE IRON WORKS 44”x32’ Single Sand Screw, elec. NEW outboard bearing, NEW urethane liners ..............................................................................................................................$28,500 EAGLE IRON WORKS Portable 36” Twin Shaft Pugmill, Detroit 6-71 diesel, w/ water .................. ..................................................................................................................................$58,500 (2) EAGLE IRON WORKS 36”x25’ Twin Screw Washers, open drive, hyrotex bearings ................ ............................................................................................................................$16,500/Ea. EAGLE IRON WORKS 36”x25’ Twin Screw Washer, enclosed drive, hydrotex bearings....$23,500 EAGLE IRON WORKS 36”x24’ Logwasher, open drive, greast lub bearings......................$28,500
EAGLE IRON WORKS 8’x32’ Stationary Classifyer, 9 stat, 3 cell, rising current, MK V computer controls (99) ..............................................................................................................$65,000 HARRISON 10”x10” Sand Dredge, Pierce Pump, cab, 40’ spuds, 20’ ladder w/hyd cutter head .. ..................................................................................................................................$85,000 KOLBERG 10’x40’ Stationary Sand Classifying Plant, elec. drive, 11 station, 3 cell, computer controls, rising current class, (2) 44”x32’ sand screws, (2) 24”x70’ radial stackers (01)............ ................................................................................................................................$175,000 McLANAHAN 46”x30’ Logwasher, LIKE NEW, Complete (07) ..........................................$98,500 10” Sand Pump w/ motor ....................................................................................................P.O.R. 6”x6” Sand Pump DIESEL GENERATORS CAT 105KW Diesel Generator, on skid, side controls, 3 ph and 1 ph connectors, painted ............ ..................................................................................................................................$12,500 DETRIOT DIESEL 125 KW Diesel Generator, Det. 6-71 diesel engine, on support frame, open, w/ controls & gauges, switch box ....................................................................................$9,500 STAMFORD 160 KW Diesel Generator, Iveco diesel engine, 1,435 hrs., in enclosed trailer w/ switch boxes, circuit breakers/starters (99) ..............................................................$28,500 PARTS MACHINES & ATTACHMENTS PUMPEX 8” Electric Submersible Pump, 94 HP, w/ controls ..............................................$9,500 INDECO MES3500 Hyd. Impact Hammer, 5,000 ft./lbs. energy, for 70,000 - 100,000 lb. excavator, point, bracket, painted..........................................................................................$15,000 10’x10’ Crushing Plant Control House, A/C, push button controls, w/ electric control center w/ switches, breaker & starter boxes ............................................................................$140,000
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FOR SALE IN ILLINOIS METSO LT1213, 54" Portable Impact Crusher on Tracks, 935 Total Hours, w/12 YD Vibratory Feeder, Cat C12 Diesel, Remote Controls, Extended Discharge Conveyor w/Magnet Separator, Excellent, Near New Condition. . . . . $375,000 MAXIGRIND 460G, Horizontal Grinder, Cat 3406 Diesel, Grapple, Low Hours, Very Good Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$70,000 DAN-DEE Dirt Shredder, J. Deere Dsl., 14' Feed Hopper . . . . .$19,000 LINKBELT LS338 Crane, Cummins NT855, 170' Boom, PLL, VG U/C w/44" Pads, A/B Cwt., (100) Ton (3) Sheave Hook Block, Very Good Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .P.O.R. LINKBELT LS78 Crane, Detroit 3-71, 55' Boom, 80% U/C w/26" Crawler Type U/C, A/B Cwt., Good Operating Condition . . . . .$25,000 (Florida) NORTHWEST 95WT, (60) Ton Dragline, 90' Boom, 3 YD Bkt., Good Oper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$60,000 KOMATSU PC300LC-3, Good U/C, 48" Bucket, Good Operating . .$25,000 CAT 988B, Spade Nose, EROPS, Well Maintained Quarry Loader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$40,000 DRESSER 550, GP Bkt., Cummins Diesel, 40-50% Tires, Good Running . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$25,000 Buckets - Dresser 560C GP & VME L480 Spade w/Teeth . . . .$4,000/ea. JRB Skeleton Bucket w/Q/C (Fits 444J/544J/624J), New Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,500
CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT SALES, INC. Palatine (NW Chicago), IL (847) 221-5010 PHONE / (847) 221-5012 FAX Bill Farmer or Carrie Scott
2008 Morbark 4600XLE Twin 400 horsepower electric horizontal grinder, Very Good Condition! $449,000
2006 Bandit Beast 4680 CAT 3412E 1000 hp. Approx. 2200 hours - Excellent Condition! $355,000
2007 Peterson Pacific 4710 CAT 765 hp 2004 Morbark 3600 Cummins 525 hp recent CAT rebuild New lower price! approx. 900 hrs, Very Good Condition, $289,000 Loaded! $235,000 Have a Grinder, Chipper or Trommel Screen you would like to sell? We can help! Give us a call Toll Free 888-680-3433 2007 Morbark 2755 Chiparvester Approx. 3800 hours VERY Good Condition! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$499,000 2009 Morbark 3800 CAT 700 hp Tier 3 approx. 2000 hours Very Good Condition! . . . . . . . . . . . .$309,000 1995 Morbark 1300 CAT 3412E 860 hp factor refurb in 2005 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $150,000 2006 Vermeer HG6000 CAT C16 630 hp engine approx. 2800 hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $189,000 2009 Morbark M20R Track brush Chipper CAT 325 hp approx. 200 hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $CALL 2000 CBI 4000 CAT 3412 800 hp approx. 4000 hrs, Good Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$149,000 2008 Morbark 30/36 approx. 2300 hours NEW LOWER PRICE! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$140,000 2005 Morbark 6600 approx. 4500 hours good condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $295,000 2008 Morbark 4600XLT CAT C27 875 hp Tier 3 approx. 1800 hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$410,000 2006 Morbark 1300A approx. 5900 hrs Recent updates, Ready to Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$295,000 2007 Peterson Pacific 4710B approx. 4000 hrs CAT 765 hp engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $270,000 2004 Morbark 6600 approx. 3200 hours CAT 1000 hp engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $299,000 2005 Morbark 1300A Cummins 1000 hp approx. 2900 hours Very Nice! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$339,000 1994 Morbark 1400 with cab and loader approx. 6500 hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$80,000 1991 Bandit Beast 150 many new updates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,900 1992 Morbark 1000 CAT 3306 300 hp engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$45,000 2006 Vermeer TG7000 non-loader 1000 hp CAT approx. 3000 hrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$350,000 2006 Vermeer HG6000TX Approx. 1800 hours Very Good Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$CALL 2007 Vermeer TG7000L Excellent Condition! Approx. 1000 hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$CALL
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THE W.I. CLARK COMPANY Contact: Doug Hansen 30 Barnes Industrial Park Rd. Wallingford, CT 06492 Phone: 203-265-6781 Fax: 203-294-1216 firstname.lastname@example.org wiclark.com Dealer for John Deere, Hitachi, Doppstadt (shred, screen, grind), Kleeman (crushers and screens), CEC, Kinshofer (sorting buckets, concrete pulverizers, steel shears) THOR GLOBAL ENTERPRISES LTD. Contact: Aby Schneider 839 Westport Crescent Mississauga, Ontario, CN L5T 1E7 Phone: 905-564-0440 Fax: 905-564-9602 email@example.com www.thor-global.com Thor Global Enterprises LTD is a leading manufacturer of bulk material handling equipment. Products include telescopic portable radial stackers, top fold conveyors, share based receiving systems, cable most stackers and custom solutions for stockpiling, rail and ship loading/unloading applications. TITAN TRAILERS INC. Contact: Sandy Kloepfer 1129 Hwy. 3 Delhi, Ontario, CN N4B 2W6 Phone: 519-388-4826 Fax: 519-688-6453 firstname.lastname@example.org www.titantrailers.com Titan Trailers Inc. is the market leader in the hauling of waste, crushed cars, scrap, forestry products, aggregates as well as C&D. Titan Trailers offer business minded haulers a complete line of trailers utilizing advanced design and manufacturing technologies.
TRYNEX INTERNATIONAL 531 Ajax Dr. Madison Heights, MI 48071 Phone: 800-725-8377 Fax: 248-586-3500 email@example.com www.trynexfactory.com TrynEx International is a maker of SweepEx broom attachments. TYLER EQUIPMENT 251 Shaker Rd. East Longmeadow, MA 01028 Phone: 413-525-6351 Fax: 413-525-5909 www.tylerequipment.com Sennebogen North America distributor. VERMEER MFG CO. Contact: Chris Nichols 1210 Vermeer Rd. E. Pella, IA 50219 Phone: 888-837-6337 Fax: 641-628-7980 www.vermeer.com Vermeer manufactures a full line of grinders, brush chippers, stump grinders, and tree spades as well as horizontal directional drills, utility and track trenchers, and agricultural products. VERMEER NORTH ATLANTIC SALES & SERVICE Contact: Ken Davis 7 Maple Ave. Lumberton, NJ 08048 Phone: 609-267-6600 Fax: 609-267-3012 firstname.lastname@example.org www.vermeernorthatlantic.com A full service dealer offering parts, service, sales and rentals. WHAT IT’S WORTH INC. Contact: Harold Faust PO Box 162135 Austin, TX 78716 Phone: 512-328-8837 www.wiwpine.com We buy used timbers and boards salvaged from pre 1930 buildings. WM. W. MEYER AND SONS, INC. Contact: Brynn O’Haire 1700 Franklin Blvd. Libertyville, IL 60048 Phone: 847-918-0111 email@example.com www.rotaryvalve.com Wm. W. Meyer and Sons is a third generation family owned business dedicated to providing quality products and sevice to the air process/bulk material handling industry.
WPT POWER CORPORATION Contact: Stephanie Jones P.O. Box 8148 Wichita Falls, TX 76307 Phone: 940-761-1971 Fax: 940-761-1989 firstname.lastname@example.org www.wptpower.com WPT is a global manufacturer of spring set, mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic power take-offs, clutches and winches for a broad range of industrial applications.
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STOUFFER EQUIPMENT CO. INC. Contact: Scott Stouffer 10520 Mountain Rd. Grantville, PA 17028 Phone: 717-861-7301 Fax: 717-861-7303 email@example.com www.stoufferequipco.net New and used grinders. Wear parts for most major brands. New and used trommel screens. Retech parts and service. Swing hammers, grates, tips, hammers and machine refurbishing.
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Morbark annual Demo Days event a success by Diane Mettler
From a nearby vantage point, visitors are able to see several pieces of equipment in operation up close. Each year Morbark holds a live demo of its news products and shows off some of their newest innovations. In addition, Morbark also provides factory tours, seminars, vendor books and networking opportunities. The Demo Days have turned into a popular event. This year, the two day event, held September 22-23, drew in over 300 people from 15 countries. Thursday evening, following a factory tour and time spent with vendors, Morbark provided a great dinner and entertainment, preparing attendees for the outdoor demonstrations the following day. Mother Nature smiled on Winn, MI on Friday,
following several days of wet weather. We gathered in the morning under sunny skies at Morbark’s demo site. We watched nearly a dozen machines in action — all with new technology designed to streamline processes on the job site and reduce costs. Two highlights were the new Advantage 3 Drum for whole tree chippers and the 3800XL Horizontal Grinder. Advantage 3 The Advantage 3 is Morbark’s high performance chipping drum, which comes standard now on all Morbark’s heavy duty industrial drum chippers. It also can be retrofitted to most existing machines
Wednesday’s factory tour gave visitors an opportunity to see how Morbark’s equipment is assembled.
without modifications. Not only does the drum produce improved chip quality in large volume wood-chipping equipment, it substantially reduces recurring wear part and maintenance costs more than 70 percent, due to AR 400 heat treated steel skin, enhanced knife design and recessed pockets. Tim Adams, Morbark’s Marketing manager, said that some of the larger drums out there cost up to $60 per hour just in maintenance. Being able to reduce maintenance by 70 percent will make a significant difference to a lot of companies’ bottom lines.
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Morbark from 24 One case study showed that the approximate life of the knife clamp increased from 100 to 1,000 hours and the life of the knife bolts increased from 100 to 250 hours. Morbark 3800XL Horizontal Grinder The new Morbark 3800XL Horizontal Grinder caught peoples’ attention. Morbark made improvements to the feeding technology, dramatically increasing production capacity and operating efficiency. The big difference is the redesigned reverse pivot feed system, which minimizes space between the feed wheel and the hammer mill. Material can’t hide in the unit and materials move forward, creating more uninterrupted and steady production. Taking Home Chips Once each of the units had finished their demonstrations, visitors were able to sample the quality of the chips. This year Morbark made that process easier by providing bags and labels. Using these for sampling, we were able to collect the different chips, mark the machine from which they came and designate where we wanted the chips sent.
Spectators were able to enjoy field demonstrations in the beautiful sunny weather following serveral days of rain.
Morbark’s wood chippers are now outfitted with the Advantage 3 chipping drum. New President Morbark has made more than equipment changes this year. In early September, James W. Shoemaker Jr. was named president of the company, replacing Lon Morey, who will remain chairman of the board of directors. Shoemaker is no newbie to Morbark. He joined the team in 2003 as manager of Operations. He’s made incredible improvements over the years, working up to vice president of Operations. Morey is confident in his replacement. “He not only has the extensive operations, accounting and supply chain experience, which is instrumental in our global expansion, but he also has extensive experience in change management.” We look forward to not only Shoemaker’s new leadership but another great demo in 2012.
The Morbark 4600XL Wood Hog has no trouble grinding timber into high quality mulch.
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Morbark’s tub grinder makes easy work of large pieces of timber.
Morbark, Inc., based in Winn, MI has been innovating and manufacturing durable, high performance equipment for the forestry, recycling, tree care, and sawmill markets for over 50 years. Morbark equipment helps customers harvest, process, and convert wood and other organic materials into valuable, useful and profitable products. The company produces a full line of Chiparvestors, flails, whole tree chippers, brush chippers, grinders and more. Visit www.morbark.com to learn more.
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Ask the Grinder Guy Hey Grinder Guy, will a screen help me reduce cost in my mulch operation? It sounds like you are struggling with operational costs vs. sales prices like most everyone these days. In short yes, but it does create other issues. Screening will make your mulch perfectly consistent, but can make it look bad too. For example, I recently purchased a $5 bag and a $2 bag of colored mulch from my local home improvement store. The $5 bag was very nicely colored and had a good size and texture except I pulled out about a half dozen pieces that were 10 to18-inches long. Are you kidding me? This is what I get for $5 a bag? The $2 bag was colored about the same but the product looked awful. This mulch was obviously screened to remove the fines, but it looked as if they removed everything 1-1/2inch and minus so it made the product look very rough. But I guess that’s what you get for $2 these days. I have seen many mulch companies that have started screening their products to remove the fines, mostly for bagged materials to save on colorant usage and bag weight. Some just drop out fines while others scalp the overs also. This causes several issues you will need to deal with: • The overs are easily recycled back to the grinder; • The fines must be dealt with. Some sites send them for fuel while others use them for soil amendment. Find an outlet before you start screening; • While removing the weight, you are also removing some volume. You will need to increase your raw materials which will increase your cost per yard; • Your trucking costs inbound will increase because of the greater volume of raw materials and your outbound trucking will increase because the weight of the fines is greater than the mulch itself so the truckload quantities will be smaller; and • Different materials
make different sizes after the grinding process, so you may need to mix materials or change screen sizes on the screener So what is the answer? Just dropping out the fines is a quick fix. If you have an abundance of materials and have a lucrative market for the fines, then that is fine. If not, MAKE LESS FINES! The number one mistake operations make is that they keep everything the same and drop in a screener, so you end up with the same costs, wear etc., plus you added a screener. You are screening to make the perfect product, so use the screener to make your product size and not the grinder. Increase the grinder screen size. If you use a 1-1/2-inch to make your mulch, then try a 3-inch screen to feed into the screener
and keep increasing the screen size until the finished product size starts looking too rough. This will reduce your fines, fuel usage and wear, and then recycle the overs back to the grinder. What screener? • T rommels work better than flat decks because of shear screen volume but nothing works better than a star screen for easy adjustability in product size without changing screens; • Match the screener to your finished product production rate. Matching the grinder production rate, especially after increasing screen sizes, will overload every other component downstream, unless you are only stockpiling. Fines screen sizes will be anywhere from 1/4 to 3/4-inch depending on your product, but don’t
drop out too many fines. The overs can usually be scalped with 1-1/2 or 2inch. The star screen adjustability makes it the push of a button to change the product size on the fly. In conclusion, if you couple the grinder to a screener you are now
starting to automate the process. Whether you are grinding whole trees or regrinding, you can now load at a specific rate while reducing engine load and fuel usage and extending the life of your engine and grinder. Combine those savings with your savings from
increasing the grinder screen size, which increased your grinder wear parts life, and now it makes “CENTS” to screen your mulch. Have a question, we’ll try and answer, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Choose ClearSpan for Waste Handling facilities ClearSpan™ Fabric Structures provides design-build solutions for composting facilities, recycling centers, solid waste facilities and more. ClearSpan Hercules Truss Arch buildings feature high clearances and spacious interiors without support posts. Trucks and other equipment can easily unload compost, scrap metal or other materials safely and efficiently. These fabric buildings are outfitted with frames constructed from USA made, triple galvanized structural steel that will hold up strong in corrosive environments. Rip-stop polyethylene covers let natural light shine through, eliminating the need for daytime artificial lighting and lowering energy costs. Fabric structures are low in cost per square foot, for a smaller initial investment over traditional wood or steel structures. ClearSpan structures also allow users to save on construction costs because installation timelines are often shorter than a week. Since these buildings have minimal foundation requirements, costly concrete foundations are not necessary. Every ClearSpan Hercules Truss Arch building is custom engineered to fit the requirements of the specific location, such as snow load or foundation type. The structures can be permanent or temporary, and are easy to re-locate. Made in the USA, they can be built to any length and up to 300-
feet wide. For more information, visit www.ClearSpan.com or call 866-6431010 to speak with one of our ClearSpan specialists.
These fabric buildings are outfitted with frames constructed from USA made, triple galvanized structural steel that will hold up strong in corrosive environments. Rip-stop polyethylene covers let natural light shine through, eliminating the need for daytime artificial lighting and lowering energy costs.
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New Holland Construction focuses on compact products RACINE, WI — New Holland Construction today announced that in North America it will refocus on its strengths: the compact product lines for the landscaping, utility, residential construction and agriculture industries, among others. As a result, starting in 2012 New Holland Construction will begin withdrawing from the North American market its crawler dozers, motor
graders, more than 80 horsepower wheel loaders, six ton plus excavators and telescopic handlers. New Holland Construction will continue to offer compact products and associated attachments, including the successful skid steer loaders, compact track loaders, tractor loaders, loader backhoes, compact wheel loaders and compact excavators. This announcement only concerns
the North American market, as New Holland Construction will continue to sell the heavy equipment product lines in all other world markets. “New Holland Construction’s heritage in North America is a great source of pride and we are pleased with the success of our compact line. We are committed to providing our New Holland Construction customers with the superior equipment perform-
ance they expect,” commented Jim Hasler, vice president of CNH Construction, North America. New Holland Construction in North America manufactures and markets a full line of skid steer loaders, compact track loaders, loader backhoes, tractor loaders, compact excavators and compact wheel loaders. More information is available at www.newholland.com.
“10 Year Trailer” is Verspeeten’s strategy to succeed in waste handling Working closely with Titan Trailers to develop the right trailer for today’s municipal customer leads to a successful long term business plan. INGERSOLL, ON — For those who regularly travel the Highway 401 corridor west of Toronto, Ontario, the sudden influx of sleek aluminum transfer trailers painted with the words “Driven to Succeed” was an unmistakeable change in the local landscape. The larger fleet of smoothside trailers built by Titan Trailers is a new addition for Verspeeten Cartage, based in Ingersoll, Ontario. Verspeeten is well known in the area, principally as a full load carrier with an excellent record of providing just in time service to the automotive assembly plants
Green Lane landfill site 120 miles west, near the City of London. Verspeeten had taken on trash contracts in the past, but nothing on this scale. The Toronto contract required the purchase of 37 new moving floor trailers. For Scott Verspeeten, general manager, making the right business decision for the new fleet was an easy one. “We wanted a 10 year trailer,” Verspeeten declares. “We didn’t go anywhere else.” Scott Verspeeten was already familiar with Titan Trailers when Toronto released its tender for the Green Lane project. Established in 1953 and now operating a fleet of more than 1,400 units, his firm first began hauling waste from Toronto to Michigan in 1998. Titan, also headquartered in
The Paramax suspension, unique to Titan, provided the Verspeeten fleet of Titan Trailers the additional clearance and protection against air bag and tire damage.
Scott Verspeeten and one of his Titan 10 year trailers are becoming part of the landscape of Southwestern Ontario. throughout North America. In January of 2011, however, Verspeeten’s distinctive new equipment began to roll out on the highway with 60 loads of municipal trash per day to deliver from Toronto to the City’s new
southern Ontario, had been making a name for itself in the waste industry with its patented THINWALL body construction, based on a lightweight interlocking extruded aluminum panel designed by the compa-
ny’s President, Mike Kloepfer. In 2003, Verspeeten bought its first Titan trailer, but opted at the time for their traditional steel post and pan-
el trailers. Changes in the business “Trailer weight was not so important then as it is now,” he explains. “We
simply ordered the Titan equipment to match the other traditional transfer trailers in our fleet.” By the time of the Green Lane tender,
though, the business profile had changed. At the old Michigan landfill, trailers unloaded on a
tipper stand and the site maintained a clear lane to the tipper. At the new landfill, the trailers simply drive over the trash to their designated unloading area to self-unload with a moving floor. More importantly, Verspeeten’s customers are now paying its contractors by the truckload, not by weight. They demand maximum weights on every load, so the payload capacity of the trailer became a significant factor in Verspeeten’s bid. For Verspeeten, the highway distances, the site conditions and the
payload requirements all weighed in favour of Titan’s THINWALL trailers. The extruded panel of the THINWALL body are assembled horizontally, allowing the trailer to resist twisting stresses as it flexes over uneven ground. The all aluminum body achieves significant weight reductions while the extruded hollow core panel allows higher cubic capacity than traditional post and panel trailers. With the new trailers, Verspeeten can deliver on the customers’ goal of maximizing the amount of waste
moved in every load. At the Toronto transfer station, Verspeeten’s closed top trailers are loaded using compactors that can add severe stresses to the sidewalls and bulkheads. But Scott Verspeeten is confident that the THINWALL body can take the compaction stresses and still live out the 10 year span he required for his business plan. “The bulkheads were bowing under the pressure,” he notes, “but they returned to form as soon as the load came off. There was no stress
cracking we could see at all.” Since then, Verspeeten has worked with the transfer station operators to moderate compaction pressures and to distribute loads more evenly. “Compaction amplifies any irregularities in loading,” he continues. “Too much wet material concentrated at the front can get us into trouble at the scales. We’ve had great cooperation to make the project work for everyone.” Getting it right the first time While the Titan THINPeople are seeing a lot of these on the highway between Toronto and London. WALL body offers inherent advantages for this application, Verspeeten also found that Titan and their local dealer, Titan Trailer Sales of Brantford, Ontario, were also willing and knowledgeable partners in developing the best trailer for the job. “We wanted a flawless start,” says Verspeeten. “Our plan was to buy one early, to run it through the Spring and Summer, monitor results in our shop and give the feedback to Titan before the new trailers went into production.” Titan supplied a prototype to test out the design on the loading areas of the transfer stations and landfills served by Verspeeten. To ensure consistent reporting to the maintenance and engineering group, Verspeeten assigned one driver to pull the test trailer. As Scott recalls, “Mike Kloepfer Titan’s president and members of the Titan design team came right down to the loading facilities with us to see how our trailers were getting loaded; they looked at the ramps and the scales. The people from Titan Trailer Sales, Rob Janiec and Gary Luska, were there, too. We appreciated that they all made so much effort to make sure we had what we needed. Mike Kloepfer, he’s not your typical owner. He gets right in there. He’s very hands-on and, you can tell. It flows down through his management and all his people. They’re all the same. Getting it right was as important to them as it was to us.” Making good ideas better One result of the trial run was a design update
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Powerscreen Florida adds Komptech machines to their line Dealer to represent Komptech screeners, shredders and turners in the Southeast WESTMINSTER, CO — Komptech USA has added another major dealer to serve its growing number of customers. Powerscreen is a
leading manufacturer of mobile crushing, screening and washing machinery for the quarrying, mining and recycling industries. Powerscreen Florida serves the Southeast U.S. and Caribbean. To round out its lineup, the company has added
Komptech screeners, shredders and compost turners to its portfolio. Richard Grant of Powerscreen Florida noted, “We are pleased to add Komptech’s broad line of screening, shredding and recycling products to complement the exist-
ing Powerscreen line of crushing and screening products we supply for the markets in the southeast U.S. This addition allows Powerscreen Florida to provide solutions for customers in all related industries in the material process-
ing sector. Komptech’s line of Starscreens, slowspeed shredders and windrow turners provide excellent opportunities for us to deliver needed solutions to our customer’s applications.” Komptech specializes in waste handling and re-
cycling technology. Its machines are made in Austria and appreciated the world over for their toughness, efficiency and build quality. For more information, see komptechusa.com.
the back door to suit different compactors. Their idea for an aerodynamic roofline didn’t work out for us, because all our company tractors have deflectors; but then one of our owner operators asked us specially for that trailer because, without a deflector, it was saving him a lot of diesel.” Running with the 10 year trailer The final configuration chosen for the contract is a 51-foot five axle trailer with IMT SmartSteer axles on the Paramax suspension and with the extreme duty V9 model V-Floor self-unloader system from KEITH WALKING FLOOR. Scott Verspeeten claims that his drivers also agree with the company’s choice. “They’re on the 401 about 90 percent of their time. They say sometimes they don’t even think the trailer is back there. There are some hills along the route where they know they usually have to downshift. But with these trailers, they don’t even have to drop a gear, and they’re hauling maybe three or four tons more than the old trailers.” “After seeing how these work, I wouldn’t think of buying anything else. Knowing what they can do, and all their help to get this job started, it will really help us to bid competitively next time. We’ve got our 10 year trailer, and our customer is getting the heavy weights
they require.” Titan Trailers is a world class innovation leader in the hauling industry long recognized for job specific functionality and attention to manufacturing detail. Titan Trailers offer
business-minded haulers a complete line of trailers utilizing advanced design and manufacturing technologies based on the patented THINWALL extruded aluminum panel. Titan focuses its exten-
sive R&D activities on making its trailers the best business choice for operators in the custom trailer market. For more information about Titan Trailers, visit the Titan Web site at
www.titantrailers.com or contact Titan Trailers, Sandy Kloepfer. Call 519688-4826, fax 519-6886453 or e-mail email@example.com.
Verspeeten’s from 29 to Titan’s recently launched Paramax steering axle suspension. Titan developed the Paramax system specifically for off road requirements, but the Verspeeten driver reported that at some of the transfer stations, the steering axles were still rubbing over the ground while in the lift position as the trailer rolled through a hole. Titan modified the axles with longer shocks and switched to low profile super single tires providing the Paramax suspension with 10-inches of up-travel. With the new design, Verspeeten has seen no issues with air bag damage or tire wear. Titan experimented with more design ideas in an effort to improve fuel efficiency, durability and overall profitability before Verspeeten gave the go ahead to build the next 36 trailers. “Sometimes, they would see issues before we did, and came right in to make a change. They suggested the KEITH® VFloor® unloader to us; the lighting, plumbing, aluminum rims, landing gear and running gear... and they coordinated our meetings with the different suppliers to help us finalize our selection and specs. It’s all the higher end stuff that will last the life of the trailer. When you look in the back at that V-Floor, you can see it — that’s going to be one tough floor! They changed
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GrinderCrusherScreen.c om expands its new product line with the introduction of the TR3650 , TR3660 and TR4265 Track Mounted Convey-
ors. “The addition of these three conveyors was imperative,” according to president Neal Kaiserman,” as we sell a great deal of used track mount-
ed crushers and screening plants.” “These same customers require track conveyors to accompany their existing tracked processing equipment.”
All three models are equipped with top quality parts such as Caterpillar Engines, Sauer Danfoss hydraulic motors, pressure compensated hydraulics GrinderCrusherScreen.com expands its new product line with the introduction of the TR3650 , TR3660, and TR4265 Track Mounted Conveyors. and remote control. The advantage of buying equipment from GrinderCrusherScreen over the competitors is huge. GrinderCrusherScreen has low overhead and relays the savings directly to the customer. For example, a track mounted conveyor can be purchased for as low as $61,250.00. That is close to a 25 percent savings over the competition and our quality is superior. GrinderCrusherScreen.com prides itself in the “consultative approach” to selling. The sales force is extremely knowledgeable about all types and makes of recycling equipment such as wood grinders, crushers, screening plants, shredders, conveyors, baggers,
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Since its beginnings in 1992, Komptech has been dedicated to customer value. The company has always developed its machines in close consultation with customers, and been quick to create
solutions to their needs. Take the Crambo low speed, high torque shredder. The Crambo was designed to shred whatever came its way, including logs and stumps. Satisfied customers the world
over attest to its efficiency at turning big pieces of wood into tiny ones, and many Crambos eat a steady diet of stumps. Now, not all stumps are equal. There are stumps from regular Komptech decided to beef up the trusty Crambo for more longevity with any diet, creating the new Crambo HD (Heavy Duty). forestry — from ground long ago cleared of rocks, where trees are harvested before they get too old, and where everything is generally under control. And then there are Ken’s stumps. Ken Newman, general manager of Royal Oak Farms LLC, is a composter in central Virginia. He needed a shredder that would handle stumps from land clearing. After doing a lot of homework and field testing, he settled on a Komptech Crambo as the toughest, most capable machine available, and started running land cleared waste wood through it. Ken’s stumps are “wild,” from hardwoods that grew where the seed happened to fall, sometimes around rocks or even old pieces of metal, very big and very tough. Komptech looked at the new challenge with interest. After all, central Virginia isn’t the only place where trees grow big, wild and hard. So Komptech decided to beef up the trusty Crambo for more longevity with any diet, creating the new Crambo HD (Heavy Duty). If the regular Crambo is tough, the Crambo HD is super tough. With 10 percent more horsepower, armored drum, armored teeth, heavy duty gear box, and heavy duty drum bearing, it can chew through pretty much anything that enters its hungry maw. Komptech is confident enough of that to guarantee it for two years. Komptech has always listened to and acted on customer feedback. This has led to innumerable product improvements over the years and has made Komptech machines as uniquely efficient and dependable as they are. The Crambo HD is just one more example of that.
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KPI-JCI hires Lininger as director of Products and Sales at Johnson Crushers International EUGENE, OR — KPIJCI is pleased to welcome Jeff Lininger in his new role as director of Products and Sales for Johnson Crushers International (KPI-JCI) in Eugene, OR. As director of products and sales, Lininger will be responsible for international marketing of Johnson Crushers International product offerings. The position had previously been filled by Paul Smith, who was promoted to product development manager in Yankton, SD. Lininger brings with him 16 years of experience in the construction equipment industry, including selling crushing and screening equip-
ment, managing a dealership that sold crushing and screening equipment, managing parts, service and operations functions, as well as experience in the equipment rental industry. Lininger hails from Medford, OR, where his family owned a construction materials business. Most recently, he served as vice president and general manager at Balzer Pacific Equipment Co. in Portland, OR. “Jeff comes to Johnson
Crushers International with great experience in our industry,” said Jeff Elliott, president of Johnson Crushers International. “His skills and knowledge will be invaluable as we strive to increase our sales in both the national and international markets.” Lininger has served on the Board of Directors of the National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association’s Young Leader Council, and was involved in the
Alaska Mining Association, Oregon Concrete and Aggregate Producers Association, Oregon Asphalt Producers Association and Construction Materials Association of California. He will relocate to the Eugene area from Tualatin, OR with his wife, Wendy and two children. To contact Jeff Lininger, call 541-5177050 or send him an email at jlininger@j cieug.com. To learn more about KPI-JCI, visit
www.kpijci.com. KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens, Astec companies, is a world wide leader in manufacturing equipment for the aggregate, construction, paving and recycling industries. As an innovative, high integrity manufacturer, KPI-JCI develops quality, state of the art products and has the ability to engineer custom products because of a highly qualified engineering staff. KPI and JCI joined together in 1997
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Company Wrench announces newest employee CARROLL, OHIO — Company Wrench is pleased to announce the hiring of new employee Jeff Bickel as a resident Mechanic in the Virginia region. Based in Orange, VA, Bickel is professionally trained in equipment repair and has worked for various machinery, implement and excavation companies. He will provide field service repair on heavy equipment for Company Wrench’s customers in Virginia and surrounding areas. “We are happy Jeff has joined Company Wrench,” Brad Hutchinson, Company Wrench’s owner, said. Adding, “His expertise will be a welcome addition for our valued customers in the Virginia region.” Company Wrench, is an Ohio based company with twelve locations across the U.S. focusing on the manufacturing, sales, rentals, parts and service of scrap, demolition and construction equipment.
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Superior debuts new blog nicknamed Channel 72 MORRIS, MN — Superior Industries, a leading manufacturer of conveyor systems and components, launched a new blog at superior-ind.com/blog. Nicknamed “Channel 72,” the blog will be an outlet for the company to share commentary on the industries Superior serves, news on the products they launch and expert insights into more efficient material handling operations. “We’ll launch our latest product solutions here and share customer stories and operational advice,” said Mary Erholtz, Superior’s director of marketing. “Through our participation in industry associations, trade publications and advocacy groups, we’ll also use Channel 72 to share insights on trends and events that affect our companies and your companies.” Best of all, readers will be exposed to a little bit of Superior’s entertaining, high speed culture. Channel 72 can be accessed via the company’s home page or by visiting superior-ind.com/blog. Posts will be updated every Thursday, sometimes more, but never less. Readers are also encouraged to leave comments and questions after reading posts to inspire constructive conversations on blog topics. Headquartered in Morris, MN, Superior Industries designs and fabricates a full line of conveying equipment, telescoping conveyors, supply erect systems, feed systems, conveyor idlers, pulleys, as well as other convey-
or components. Besides Morris, the company operates from manufacturing facilities in Prescott Valley, AZ and Norcross, GA.
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