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Volume 20 No. 9

JULY 2012

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Equipment You Can Count On

VERMEER-WISCONSIN INC. www.vermeerwisconsin.com 5445 North 131st St. Butler, WI 53007 (800) 964-6462 2304 Kelbe Drive Little Chute, WI 54140 (800) 859-9220 W3090 County B West Salem, WI 54669 (800) 759-6897

VERMEER MIDWEST INC. www.vermeermidwest.com 11220 Allisonville Rd. Fishers, IN 46038 (317) 842-1040 3310 W. Coliseum Blvd. Fort Wayne, IN 46808 (800) 649-1157 3566 Citadel Cir. Newburg, IN 47630 (812) 490-4400 2801 Beverly Dr. Aurora, IL 60504 (630) 820-3030

1801 179th St. North East Moline, IL 61244 (309) 751-9540 Route 24 East Eureka, IL 61530 (309) 467-3716 1005 Thorrez Jackson, MI 49201 (800) 336-3889 1196 A. Franklin St. Marne, MI 49435 (616) 677-5900

VERMEER NORTHEAST www.vermeernortheast.com 1235 Rt. 9 Castleton, NY 12033 (518) 732-7201 605 Lewiston Rd. Topsham, ME 04086 (207) 373-0880

224 South St. Hopkinton, MA 01748 (508) 497-0886 770 Derby Ave. Seymour, CT 06484 (203) 736-9542

VERMEER NORTH ATLANTIC SALES & SERVICE

The worldwide network of Vermeer dealers makes the difference get to know your local dealer. In the field or in the shop, nobody is more determined to see you succeed. Vermeer is an innovative leader in the manufacturing of underground and treecare equipment. They can also be your most valued partner in your day-to-day operations.

Vermeer Is Your Total Solutions Provider Contact your dealer by calling 1-888-VERMEER, or visit the Web at www.vermeer.com VERMEER SALES & SERVICE INC. OF OH & PA 2389 Medina Rd. Medina, OH 44256 (888) 213-3544 131 Wisconsin Ave. Cranberry Twp., PA 16066 (888) 213-8340 • (724) 935-9277 110 Stanford Pkwy. Findlay, OH 45840 (888) 213-8338 • (419) 424-0572

VERMEER HEARTLAND 2574 US Hwy. 22 NW Washington Court House, OH 43160 (740) 335-8571 (740) 335-1926 424 South Mulberry St. Elizabethtown, KY 42701 (270) 737-1721 270) 737-2868 5900 Mac Corkle Ave. St. Albans, WV 25177 (304) 768-5965

900 Cpt Joe Fulghum Murfreesboro, TN 37129 615-869-0250 2007 Middlebrook Pike Knoxville, TN 37921 865-524-9174

VERMEER and VERMEER LOGO are registered trademarks of Vermeer Manufacturing Company in the US and/or other countries. © 2002 Vermeer Manufacturing Company. All Rights Reserved.

VERMEER MIDSOUTH INC. www.vermeermidsouth.com 1200 Vermeer Cove Cordova, TN 38018 (901) 758-1928 5246 Greenway Dr. Jackson, MS 39204 (601) 923-8888

7 Maple Ave. Mt. Holly, NJ 08060 (609) 267-6600 (800) 624-0623 2888 E. Harrisburg Pike Middletown, PA 17057 (717) 930-8780 (888) 572-4283

805 Grundy Ave. Holbrook, NY 11741 (631) 580-4400 (888) 402-7823 129 Route 6, Bldg. #2 Mahopac, NY 10541 (845) 628-9850 (800) 448-9850

VERMEER MID-ATLANTIC INC. www.VermeerMidAtlantic.com 10501 Vermeer Place Ashland, VA 23005 (800) 552-2074 229 Jedburg Rd. Summerville, SC 29483 (800) 246-4307 13005 Balls Ford Rd. Manassas, VA 20109 (877) 661-6566 2803 Grand View Dr. Simpsonville, SC 29681 (800) 850-4710 8424 Norcross Rd. Colfax, NC 27235 (888) 993-9344

3501 Jones Sausage Rd. Garner, NC 27529 (888) 883-7633 8830 Corridor Rd. Annapolis Junction, MD 20701 (800) 492-1274 10900 Carpet St., Charlotte, NC 28273 (800) 768-3444


I had to chuckle to myself because, this wasn’t really a question. Think of it this way, what would happen if you didn’t have any mechanics? It would probably cost you two fortunes. Service people are a necessity, not a luxury. I can take you to many operations that do not have a real service technician and you would realize that within five minutes of being there. These operations think nothing of calling an outside company for service and pay $100-$125 hr plus travel time and mileage. These costs adds up quickly, but it’s the downtime that costs you the real money. You own a shredder or grinder that costs $750,000 but you don’t have a service mechanic on staff to take care of it! Seriously?! According to Payscale.com, a diesel mechanic receives an average starting pay of around $30,000 a year, while a twenty year veteran will make up to $85,000 a year. Based on my experience, one big grinder repair will cost about $15,000; half the salary of that

COMPANY WRENCH 4805 ScoobyLane Carroll, OH 43112 (P) 740-654-5304 (F) 740-687-9130 Toll Free 866-262-4181 Cleveland, OH Branch 525 Golden Oak Pkwy Oakwood Village, OH 44146 (P) 440-439-4567 (F) 440-439-1789 Piketon, OH Branch 3668 US Route 23 South Piketon, OH 45661 (P) 740-289-3294

first year employee. It’s true mechanics are just like any other job category, you have good ones and bad ones and those who do as little as possible to get by. But, it’s the good ones you need to find and to train yourself. What’s a service technician really worth? “If you found (a person who can operate equipment) and perform mechanical repairs, he’d be worth twice as much,” said Steve St. George, owner of St. George Enterprises in Fredonia, NY. Instead of hiring an “off the street” equipment operator for $12 per hour, St. George says he would pay $20-22 an hour for a person that is able to make the repairs instead of standing and waiting for a mechanic to show up. Finding that self motivated person is not easy, but it is worth every penny. A good mechanic “is worth his weight in gold” says Lenny Neal, General Manager of Kurtz Bros. - Central Ohio. Some companies offer additional benefits to help them find the right person. By providing a worker a pickup truck so they

Washington, PA Branch 400 West Beau St Washington, PA 15301 (P) 724-222-2447 (F) 724-22-1118

Rineyville, KY Branch 6300 Rineyville Rd Rineyville, KY 40162 (P)270-360-1010 (F)270-360-1050

Indianapolis, IN Branch 7019 Brookville Rd Indianapolis, IN 46239 (P) 317-375-7790 (F) 317-375-7792

Aiken, SC Branch 1252 Old Kimbill Trail Aiken, SC 29805 (P) 803-642-0060 (F) 803-642-0209

Cookeville, TN Branch 1220 Southside Dr Cookeville, TN 38506 (P) 931-526-6222 (F) 931-526-2662

Jacksonville, FL Branch 4710 Dignan Street Jacksonville, FL 32254 (P) 904-268-6554 (F) 904-268-0939

Plant City, FL Branch 2812 Airport Rd Plant City, FL 33563 (P) 813-754-5800 (F) 813-754-5801 Pasco, WA Branch 2300 N Commercial Ave Pasco, WA 99301 (P) 509-728-6614 Vancouver, WA Branch 3909 NW Fruit Valley Rd Vancouver, WA 98660-1278 (P) 360-694-7157 NJ Branch (P) 740-422-6045 (P) 609-313-0720

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

can carry some tools and work attire with them, a company is better equipped to find an operator/mechanic who is more likely to remain an employee. Today’s equipment with its computerized engines and fuel systems, requires that mechanics need to be more than just computer literate, they often need to be computer programmers. That is easy to teach. But that is not equipment troubleshooting. When it comes to keeping equipment running well all of the time, it’s the operator that smells antifreeze and goes to try to find the leak you can’t see that is the real mechanic. Those kinds of operators are fewer and farther between these days. Here are a few suggestions for finding the right person and still being able to afford it: • Find a retired and semi retired mechanic. Offer to have them work half days. Perhaps, just in the mornings to make sure equipment gets rolling and the operators get working. Or possibly, just in the evenings to make scheduled repairs while equipment is parked anyway. For others, 1 or 2 days per week of service work with time to schedule repairs and order parts so everything is ready when they show up. • Hire a private equipment repair contractor. Most of these mechanics are Equipment Repair Masters. They are true mechanics. They can repair anything, suggest preventative maintenance, tell you when to sell a piece of equipment and look over a used piece you are considering buying. In Florida?

Call Rick Dolk. Missouri? Brad McCalister. New York? Patrick Meehan. • Train, Train, Train. Send your mechanics for training or better yet, have your equipment dealers setup a training program for all your mechanics and do it at your shop. This not only helps your employees become better mechanics, it gives them a break from their daily routine. It allows them to grow as a mechanic and to become more valuable as an employee. Their reward is a better salary. If you are a mechanic like one of those that we’ve mentioned, we are in contact with companies that are looking for good mechanics. Drop us a line and we can help. On the other hand, if you need help for constructing or operating your C&D Recycling System, we have an experienced person who can assist you. For consulting services, questions, help, advice, contact Dave Whitelaw at grinderguy@askthegrinderguy.com.

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DSC receives “E” Star for exports Dredge deliveries and orders earn company highest Presidential Award RESERVE, LA — DSC Dredge, LLC (DSC) was awarded the Presidential “E” Star Award for Exports by U.S. Department of Commerce Secretary John Bryson at the White House in Washington, D.C. The “E” Awards are the highest recognition any U.S. entity may receive for making a significant contribution to the expansion of U.S. exports. “Exporting continues to support DSC’s overall growth, and we are honored to receive the “E” Star,” said Bob Wetta, DSC president. “When we first received the “E” Award back in 2008, 50 percent of that year’s revenues consisted of exports. DSC has continued export growth since receiving the “E” Award, a requirement to receive the “E Star” Award.” DSC Dredge LLC, a world’s leader in portable dredges, manufactures cutter suction dredges of all sizes and applications. Dredging is often used in mining, construction and environmental projects to remove or transport material. “I am pleased to recognize DSC for receiving the President’s “E” Star Award, which honors companies that make significant contributions toward increasing U.S. exports,” said U.S. Commerce Secretary John Bryson, pictured left with DSC’s President Bob Wetta and Charles Sinunu, director International Sales at DSC. “This Administration is committed to leveling the playing field

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Waste transfer stations are a prominent part of any community’s waste management system, helping to reduce waste hauling costs and provide convenience to customers. When designing the site for a new waste transfer station at a landfill facility, there are a variety of factors to consider. The United States Environ-

mental Protection Agency (EPA) authored “Waste Transfer Stations: A Manual for Decision Making” to help landfill operators make the best decisions for their facilities. During the planning stages for a new waste transfer station, it is important to take into account the type of waste to accept, the types of cus-

tomers to serve (public vs. private) and the site itself. When it comes to planning the structure to house the facility on the site, the following guidelines are recommended by the EPA: • Vertical clearances of at least 25 to 30-feet to allow collection vehicles to unload; • No internal columns or

posts to interfere with traffic or other activities; and • Access doors tall enough to accommodate large vehicles. Traditional wood and metal structures can often fall short of meeting these guidelines and their costs can be prohibitive. An economical alternative to these structures is a tension

fabric building, or fabric structure. These structures are economical and feature high clearances and a clear-span design that allow for maximum usable space for unloading and processing. Because of these qualities, many solid waste dispos-

al companies are turning to fabric buildings. Fabric in Action: Iowa Waste Systems Since 1996, Iowa Waste Systems (IWS) has specialized in providing collection, transfer, disposal and recycling services to

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Bob Wetta (L) Charles Sinunu (R) both of DSC with U.S. Commerce Dept. Secretary John Bryson. A business client of the Department’s U.S. Commercial Service, DSC has benefited from export counseling, trade shows, market research and business matchmaking to greatly expand its export sales. Commerce Secretary Bryson noted DSC’s continued sales into Africa as “compelling and its achievements have undoubtedly contributed to national export expansion efforts that support the U.S. economy and create U.S. jobs.” Secretary Bryson noted that DSC “demonstrated a sustained commitment to export expansion” in the volume of exports over a four year period. DSC recently opened new markets in Bangladesh, India, Russia and currently exports to over 46 countries. The primary criterion for the “E” Award is four years of successive export growth or of supporting the export growth of others. “E” Awards are awarded to applicants that can demonstrate a significant contribution to U.S. export expansion that is measurable, innovative, sustainable and has broad impact. This year marks 50th anniversary of the first presentation of the Presi-

dent’s “E” Award by President John F. Kennedy. The President’s “E” Award was created by Executive Order in 1961 to encourage U.S. companies to sell their products abroad. A second award, the President’s “E Star” Award, was authorized by the Secretary of Commerce in 1969 to recognize “E” Award recipients for their continuing significant contributions to U.S. export expansion. A total of 41 U.S. companies and organizations were presented at the “E” Award at the May 17, 2012 World Trade Week ceremonies in Washington DC. Of the 41 companies, 14 received the exclusive “E” Star Award and DSC is only the ninth Louisiana based company to receive such an award. DSC Dredge LLC, a world leading designer and manufacturer of cutter suction, clamshell and underwater pump mining dredges, has manufacturing facilities located in Reserve, LA, Poplarville, MS, Greenbush, MI, and Stoneboro, PA. For more information about the company and their products and services, please visit them at www.dscdredge.com.

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The benefits of fabric structures as waste transfer stations


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TABLE OF CONTENTS ADVERTISE! August. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: July 6 C&D Recycling - Attachments, Picking Stations, Screens September. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: August 3 Crushing / Grinding / Screening / Shredding October. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: September 7 Asphalt & Concrete Recycling - Shingle Grinders, Crushers, Screens Pre-Show: TCIA November. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: October 5 Recycling Attachments & Carriers - Pedestal Breakers, Crushers, Shears, Grapples & More Annual Buyers Guide (Listing submission deadline 9/10/12) Show: TCIA Expo, November TBA December. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: November 2 Land Clearing Equipment / Chippers, Grinders, Attachments, Biomass Energy

Ask the Grinder Guy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 DSC receives “E” Star for exports . . . . . 4 The benefits of fabric structures as waste transfer stations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Doosan DL420 wheel loader provides increased horsepower, fuel efficiency and reliability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Tom and Tommy Bishop bring new life to old rail shops with Recycle West Virginia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11 by Karl H. Kazaks Long arm of the handler . . . . . . . . . 18-19 by Rick Zettler

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customers in Iowa and southeast Nebraska. Their customers come from a wide range of industries, including commercial, governmental and residential. There are only three privately owned sanitary landfills in the state of Iowa, and IWS owns two of them. The landfill facility located in Red Oak, Iowa was looking for a new structure to serve as their

waste transfer station, but wanted a more cost effective solution than buildings typically used for this application. Dave Kratz, a major shareholder of the company, is responsible for overseeing operations, personnel, equipment and marketing at IWS. He was chosen as the person in charge of finding the company’s new structure and began to research

the alternatives. Kratz states, “A landfill site takes in about 10,000 tons of waste per year and the cost of building a new landfill cell every three to five years well exceeds over a million dollars. It only made economical sense to choose a fabric building for the facility because it is a long term solution for a fraction of the typical cost.” He decided

that a 65-foot wide by 65foot long Hercules Truss Arch Building from ClearSpan Fabric Structures (South Windsor, CT) was the most practical choice for his company’s needs. Besides being such a cost effective option, the company enjoys many other advantages over a typical transfer station building. Kratz explains, “The simple design of the

Vertical clearances of at least 25 to 30-feet to allow collection vehicles to unload.

prohibitive. An economical alternative to these structures is a tension fabric building, or fabric structure. These structures are economical and feature high clearances and a clear span design that allow for maximum usable space for unloading and processing.

160 Warren Avenue WESTBROOK, ME 04092 207-854-8411 BANGOR, ME 207-942-4838

CARIBOU, ME 207-498-2547 CONCORD, NH 603-224-4063 CHELMSFORD, MA 978-256-9571

COMPANY WRENCH 4805 ScoobyLane Carroll, OH 43112 (P) 740-654-5304 (F) 740-687-9130 Toll Free 866-262-4181 Cleveland, OH Branch 525 Golden Oak Pkwy Oakwood Village, OH 44146 (P) 440-439-4567 (F) 440-439-1789

Piketon, OH Branch 3668 US Route 23 South Piketon, OH 45661 (P) 740-289-3294 Washington, PA Branch 400 West Beau St Washington, PA 15301 (P) 724-222-2447 (F) 724-22-1118

Indianapolis, IN Branch 7019 Brookville Rd Indianapolis, IN 46239 (P) 317-375-7790 (F) 317-375-7792

Rineyville, KY Branch 6300 Rineyville Rd Rineyville, KY 40162 (P)270-360-1010 (F)270-360-1050

Jacksonville, FL Branch 4710 Dignan Street Jacksonville, FL 32254 (P) 904-268-6554 (F) 904-268-0939

Cookeville,TN Branch 1220 Southside Dr Cookeville, TN 38506 (P) 931-526-6222 (F) 931-526-2662

Aiken, SC Branch 1252 Old Kimbill Trail Aiken, SC 29805 (P) 803-642-0060 (F) 803-642-0209

Plant City, FL Branch 2812 Airport Rd Plant City, FL 33563 (P) 813-754-5800 (F) 813-754-5801

Pasco,WA Branch 2300 N Commercial Ave Pasco, WA 99301 (P) 509-728-6614 Vancouver,WA Branch 3909 NW Fruit Valley Rd Vancouver, WA 98660-1278 (P) 360-694-7157 NJ Branch (P) 740-422-6045 (P) 609-313-0720

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EDWARD EHRBAR, INC. 4 Executive Plaza YONKERS, NY 10701 914-738-5100 Fax 914-738-6847 www.ehrbar.com

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building allowed for a more efficient and economical construction than that of other structures and has made the company much less costly to operate.” He continues, “Our cost of daily operation has dropped significantly since owning our fabric structure. We no longer have to cover the waste daily with dirt, we use less fuel, and we have been able to do business with two less pieces of equipment and operate with one less employee.” The fabric building makes their clients happier, too. “Our customers like being on concrete in an enclosed facility instead of being outside and dealing with the elements like mud, snow and wind. This makes the structure excellent for public relations,” says Kratz. He continues, “Even our neighbors have benefitted from the building. We have eliminated windblown litter because the waste is kept covered inside.” Kratz and IWS are thrilled with their choice of a fabric building. He concludes, “Our fabric structure is working out great and costs half of what a traditional trans-

fer station would. I hope that this opens the door for more waste management facilities who still rely on the typical low volume, high cost landfills, to consider switching to fabric buildings.” Why Fabric Works for IWS Because IWS needed an economical, long-term solution to use as their waste transfer station, they looked beyond the conventional options and chose a fabric building. Mounted on a concrete wall for added height, the building has two 16-foot wide by 28-foot high doors and commercial waste vehicles are able to unload with ease. The design of the structure promotes smooth operations with no internal support posts and high clearances. While construction on a wood or metal building can take months, the construction timeline of a fabric building is as short as a week, saving on construction costs and minimizing interruption of landfill operations. Not all states have regulations that transfer stations must be covered by a structure, but IWS

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Benefits from 7 recognizes that covering theirs with a fabric building was a smart investment for the company. Improved public relations, and lower equipment and operational costs will contribute to their long term success. The Future in Fabric Many segments of the waste manage-

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WEST FARGO, ND — Increased horsepower, fuel efficiency and reliability are just a few of the enhancements to accompany interim Tier 4 (iT4) compliance on the Doosan DL420 wheel loader. This 5.5cubic-yard wheel loader boasts a breakout force of 47,210-pounds, a full turn tipping capacity of 35,310-pounds and a rugged design built for a variety of material handling applications — such as quarries, mines, road work and site development. Performance The DL420 offers operators the ability to set upper and lower limits for both the lift arm and bucket stop positions from inside the cab. This improves cycle times in digging and loading applications, while providing improved control of the lift arm and bucket positions. The new automatic reversing cooling fan can be set to run in reverse to assist in keeping the cooling system clean. The operator can select to reverse the fan via a switch, or it can be set to automatically reverse on a preset time frame. Each time the fan reverses, it will run in reverse for few minutes to clean the cooling system. This helps in dirty and dusty conditions to keep the machine running at optimal performance, using less power to cool the machine. This results in longer working hours and shorter maintenance time to clean the cooling system. For those requiring additional dumping capabilities, the DL420 is also available in a high lift configuration, extending the dump height 20-inches above the standard DL420, to 12-feet 1-inch. As an alternative to the standard limited slip differential, the DL420 offers an optional hydraulic locking front differential. Based on ground conditions, the operator can choose to lock the differential manually with a floor mounted foot switch, or allow the machine to automatically engage the system, providing increased driving power when one wheel

spins or loses traction and improving machine performance when navigating tough terrain. Another common option for the DL420 is a torque converter lockup clutch. This enables the machine to climb grades easier and faster, increasing productivity as much

as 20 percent in certain stockpiling applications, while also providing a five gear transmission instead of the standard four gear setup. Power The DL420 horsepower has been increased to 354 with a six cylinder diesel engine that has

been optimized for use with selective catalyst reduction (SCR) and diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) to comply with iT4 emission regulations. Engines with this configuration are optimized to reduce particulate matter (PM) by operating at higher combustion temperatures and to

reduce nitrogen oxides (NOX) with exhaust after treatment using SCR technology. Additionally, engines using SCR systems offer increased fuel efficiency ¢w as much as 16 percent on this machine ¢w due to the en-

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Tom and Tommy Bishop bring new life to old rail shops with Recycle West V irginia by Karl H. Kazaks

Recycle West Virginia's two Sennebogen material handlers are continually busy during the workday. Tom Bishop, is the owner of a number of business- buildings. By December of 2008, the new business, es in southwest Virginia including Berry Iron and Recycle West Virginia (Recycle WV) opened to the Metal, a scrap yard in Chilhowie, that was started in public. the 1940’s by his maternal grandfather. In that Bishop explained the centerpiece of the new operamarketing area, Bishop’s family is highly recognized. tion is a Harris 98115 shredder, situated in the In 2006, Bishop’s involvement in a demolition con- largest of the old rail works buildings, a facility that tracting business led to him to the decommissioned measures some 56,000-square-feet. “We couldn’t find Virginian Railway shops in Princeton, WV. a shredder of better quality,” said Bishop. “The 98115 It was at that time that Bishop was looking into a has a 4,500 hp motor and can process 175 tons per proposal for tearing the shops down. However, he had hour, including heavier grade material smaller shreda different idea. He envisioned turning the historic ders cannot handle.” buildings into an indoor scrap yard. So he bought the “We can do in five or six hours what might take 14 acre location and started drawing up plans. In smaller shredders eight or ten hours to do,” Bishop January 2007, he started work to convert the old rail said. “We’re a little over capacity but this way we don’t

Some of the material is loaded into the system with a Volvo L180F loader.

have to double shift for maintenance.” Recycle WV takes in ferrous metal, copper, brass and aluminum. Since the rail yard was previously a significant railway hub, rail access is still available. That capability, along with Recycle WV’s location, allows them to move material either north to Ohio and Pennsylvania or south to customers there, depending on market conditions. There are also several steel mills nearby in Virginia, Kentucky and West Virginia. Bishop purchased two Sennebogen material handlers, an 830 M and an 840 M, to move material around the yard. He acquired them from Power Equipment Co., of Kingsport, TN. The 840 M has a two yard grapple, and typically feeds the Harris while the 830 M has a mag grapple, and is used for a variety of tasks, including unloading trailers and preparing material for the 840 M. Both of the Sennebogens are used forty hours a week. Their elevated cabs provide good visibility, which is particularly important when unloading full length trailers. Recycle WV also uses a Takeuchi TB1140 with a fixed grapple to pre-sort metal before it goes to the shredder. The newest addition to the operation’s equipment lineup is a Liebherr 586 2plus2 7-yard loader, acquired from Republic Crane in Charlotte, NC. Because of the loader’s hydrostatic design, Bishop said, “You really cannot spin the wheels on it.” It also weighs ten thousand pounds less than comparable loaders, and has what Bishop calls a “really neat design,” with a backward facing, rear mounted engine located over the tires. That positioning leads to a good balance on the machine and prevents the tires from spinning. What’s more, the air intake for the engine is located between the engine housing and the cab, which reduces the amount of dust that enters the engine. The site’s previous lead loader, a Volvo 180, is still in daily use at the yard as well. Recycle WV uses a Link-Belt 240 for other work,

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Stuart "Shorty" Osborne emerges from the recently added Liebherr 586 2plus2 loader, a welcomed addition to Recycle WV's daily operations. away from the shredder. They also operate a Komatsu Today, Bishop’s son Tommy is in charge of the day technique allows Recycle WV to use smaller road 270 with a Genesis 440 shear. to day operation of the plant where they employ tractors, which saves on fuel. Inside the old railway buildings, Recycle WV operFor cutting work, they use a Komatsu 400 outfitted approximately 50 people, including some 20 drivers. with a Genesis 990 mobile shear that rotates 360 Usually, about three quarters of metal leaving the ates a three line non-ferrous recovery plant. The degrees. The 990, Bishop said, is so strong it can yard goes via road, the rest by rail, though those plant utilizes magnets from Ohio Stearns, three Steinert Eddy Currents, and two Eriez Pro Sort post“break welds apart.” When necessary employees do numbers can vary based on customer demand. For bringing in scrap metal from its commercial eddy current separators. cut with torches, but they typically cut most of the Elsewhere in the indoor facility, they use a Nexgen sources, Recycle WV uses roll offs made by metal with the shears. Recycle WV purchases a significant amount of Thompson Fabricating of Wheatland, PA. Their trail- Galaxy 2R two ram baler for baling copper wire and retail material at its Princeton, WV, location and at ers are made by Maurer Manufacturer of Spencer, IA. aluminum. Workers feed it with skid loaders as Berry Iron and Metal in Chilhowie, VA. Recycle WV The trailers are frameless, with stiffness and rigidity needed. “This is one of the oldest buildings in Mercer also purchases wholesale material from other provided by the design of the trailer body itself. recycling facilities and salvage yards from all over Because of that, Bishop said, “They’re much lighter County,” Bishop said, referring to the historic importance of the old Virginian Railway shops. “At one West Virginia, Kentucky, Virginia, Tennessee and than traditional scrap trailers.” North Carolina. To keep traffic moving smoothly in The trailers are also not dump trailers. Instead, point as many as 1200 men worked here on this and out of the site, there are two sets of scales, they are emptied with a Callahan hoist. When a property.” Thanks to the Bishops and Recycle WV, outfitted with Ludlum radioactive waste monitors. convoy of Recycle WV trailers takes a shipment of instead of being buried and gone, the history and material to a customer, one of the tractors is outfitted heritage of the strong work ethic of the citizens of with a hoist. That hoist is then used to unload all of Princeton and surrounding communities endures. the trailers once they reach their destination. This

Tom Bishop finds the old railroad buildings provide an ideal facility for the Recycle West Virginia processing facility.

An Komatsu 270 loader operator cuts a scrap snowplow with the Genesis 440 shear.


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24”x150’ Mast Type Radial Stacker, Man Rad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$45,000 36”x150’ Tunnell Conveyor, 10’ diameter tunnell, 3/8” steel, galvanized, 6 30”x52’ Marco Radial Stacker, Man Rad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$15,000 feed points, four (4) each Syntron feeders, complete with belt, stands, 6” 36”x85’ Radial Stacker, Dual Tired, Man Rad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$28,500 36”x100’ Radial Stacker, Power Rad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$38,500 trough/return idlers, GOOD CONDITION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$125,000 42”x90’ Radial Stacker, Man Rad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35,000

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METSO/SVEDALIA 8’x20’ TD “XH” Incline Screen, less motor, 36”x200’ Portable Roadable Conveyor on two axle chassis with fifth wheel 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”, hookup and running lights, complete with belting, (3) pullout sections, (2) 65’ 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 sections and (1) 70’ section with independent drives . . . . . . . . . . .$125,000 D8/D9 Dozer size to stabilize (73) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$135,000

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’ vib SUPERIOR Model 36X110 TS Telescopic Portable & Towable Radial Stacking Conveyor, motors, support stands, catwalks/handrails, screen cloth, excellent (01) PIONEER 5’X 16’TD Wet Incl Screen complete with motor, on stand . . . . . . . . . .$14,500 Grizzly feeder w/ 25 HP motor, a 12x52 jaw crusher w/ a 75 HP motor, rear w/diesel hydraulic power, telescopes from 70’to 110’, has receiving hopper (off unit when tow. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$125,000 SIMPLICITY 6’ x 16’TD Wet Incl Screen complete with motor, on stand . .$17,500 discharge conveyor, can accept 10” feed & crush to -1” (99) . . . . .$58,500 ing), hydraulic lowered tires, belting, w/ fifth wheel hookup & towing lights (2001) . . .$95,000 SCREENS... PORTABLE EL JAY 6’x20’ TD Horiz Port Screen, elec, with chutes, fines conv, two axle chassis (79) ......$58,500 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................$37,500 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 METSO 8’x20’ DD Incline, elec, on stand w/fines conv (04) ....................................................$58,500 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 CEDAR RAPIDS/EL JAY RC 54II Portable Cone Crushing/Screening Plant, elec., w/ 54” “std. hd.” cone crusher, 6’x20’ TD horizontal screen, on two axle carriers (94) ......................................$145,000 El JAY 45” “Standard Head” Portable Cone Crushing/Screen Plant, elec, 4’x14’ DD Horiz Screen, Discharge Conv, on two axle chassis (80)............................................................................$115,000

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 CONVEYORS... RADIAL 36”x85’ Radial Stacker, elec., w/ man. rad., man. raise/lower, 3 ply belt (98) ..........................$28,500 36”x100’ Radical Stacker, elec., power rad, truss frame, w/motor & belting (99)....................$38,500 42”x90’ Radial Stacker, elec., w/ man. rad., man. raise/lower, 3 ply belt (98) ..........................$38,500 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 10’x40’ Stat Classifyer, 2 cell, 11 station, Dialsplit Cont (78) ................$55,000 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 HAMILTON 10”x10” Sand Dredge, Pierce Pump, cab, 40’ spuds, 20’ ladder w/hyd cutter head .......... ..........................................................................................................................................$85,000 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 GROVE RT65S RT Crane, Det Dsl, 104’ boom, good machine, missing hyd tank ....................$18,000 P & H S20 All Terrain Crane, boom, drive train, winch, axles, good (86) ..................................$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 Skidder Tires with rims for VOLVO L90E Wheel Loader, tires 50% ......................................$4,500/set Quick Attach with bucket & forks for a VOLVO L90E Wheel Loader ..........................................$9,500 Three each 23.5x25 Tires, Bias, 60% WR ............................................................................$4,500/set

All Prices are F.O.B stocking location and are subject to prior sale. Prices do not include disassembly and loadout of the equipment. Equipment is represented as accurately as possible but specifications are not guaranteed. All equipment is offered “AS IS” with no warranty and is subject to applicable sales tax.


Yard Location: 45245 U.S. Highway 280, Sylacauga, Alabama 35150 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 381116, Birmingham, Alabama 35238-1116

877-241-7756 Fax: 205-980-5766

Web site: www.suggsequipment.com

Western Sales Representative Marcia S. Kirkland P.O. Box 18996 Reno, Nevada 89511 Phone: 205-566-0364 Email: marciaskirkland@att.net

Eastern Sales Representative Christopher A. “Chris” Suggs 45245 U.S. Highway 280 Sylacauga, Alabama 35150 Phone:205-470-5161 Email: seschris@hotmail.com

International Sales Representative Bobby G. Suggs P.O. Box 381116 Birmingham, Alabama 35238-1116

Phoe: 205-281-9370 Email: bobbysuggs@att.net

(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

EL JAY 6’X20’ Triple Deck Horizontal Portable Screening Plant, electric with screen cloths, directional chutes, on two axle chassis with 5th wheel (79) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$58,500

HAMILTON 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 50 Ton Two Comp Hopper, Self Support, w/42”x35’ Conveyor. ......$45,000 on all four sides, catwalks around house, access ladder, F.O.B. New Mexico . . . . .$45,000 20 Ton Split Disch Hopper, Self Support ......................................$18,000 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

POWERSCREEN Model 1200 Port Screen Plant, 2,100 hrs, Deutz dsl eng, 5’x10’ DD inc screen, (3) prod delivery conveyors, on rubber tires w/ 5th wheel and running lights (01) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$58,500

(4) 36”x80’ Portable Conveyor, elec, belt, drive, head/tail pulley . . .$25,000/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

KOMATSU PC 48R-8 Hyd Excavator, Dsl eng, 3,800 hours, boom, stick, 24" bkt w/teeth, blade, OROPS, good uc (00) . . . . $28,500

DRESSER 555 Wheel Loader, Cum NT855 Dsl, EROPS cab, htr, air cond, 6.0 YD GP Bucket w/BOCE, 29.5 X 25 tires @ 50% (89)..$39,500

GROVE RT522 Rough Terrain Crane, 22 ton, Detroit diesel, one winch, 70’ boom, 23’ jib, block (79) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$32,500

EARTHMOVING EQUIPMENT CAT 980H Loader, 13,000 Hrs., EROPS, A/C, 29.5R tires @ 60% wr, 6.5 Yd bkt w/teeth (06) ............................................................................................................................$228,500 DRESSER 510C Loader, Dsl, OROPS, 1.5 YD bkt w/boce, 16.9x24 tires @ 50%, 1,800 Hrs (97) ..............................................................................................................................$18,500 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 KOMATSU PC 48R-8 Excavator, 10,000 Lb., 3,400 Hrs, 24” bucket, OROPS, level blade (00) ..............................................................................................................................$28,500 LIEHBERR R974HD Hydraulic Excavator, Liehberr dsl. engine, mass excavat boom/tip, 6.0 cu. yd. bucket w/ teeth, A/C ........................................................................................$75,000 SULLAR 750DPQ Compressor, Det Dsl, 750 CFM @ 100 PSI, portable, low hours (74). . . $9,500 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

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 TEREX/SIMPLICITY 8’x20’ Double Deck Incline Screen, with support

CRANES & LIFT EQUIPMENT CAT TH 83 Telehandler Forklift, 8,000 Lb. Cap, OROPS, 4 way steer, 4WD, (02) ........$28,500 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 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 NATIONAL 6T56 Boom Truck, 10 ton cap, 56’ boom, rear out, on Ford F800 chassis, Dsl (78) $16,500 P&H “OMEGA 25” RT Crane, rated @ 25 tons, Detroit diesel, 80’ boom, no jib, one winch, ATB, block & ball ..................................................................................................$32,500

stand, rear discharge fines conveyor, elec. drive, urethane screen cloth (2008) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $58,500 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’ Cement Screw w/ speed reducer, two 20’ sect with connects ............................$3,500 7”x40’ Screw Conveyor w/ speed reducer and motor mount ........................................$2,900 17”x30’ Screw Conveyor w/ speed reducer....................................................................$4,500 17”x30’ Screw Conveyor w/ speed reducer and motor mount ......................................$3,900 FEEDERS ALLIS CHALMERS 54" X 20' Vibrating Grizzly feeder, on stand, with electric motor (1994) .... ..............................................................................................................................$28,500 SAUNCO 36S Feeder, electric w/ box............................................................................$12,500 Four (4) SYNTRON 36” High Frequency Feeders, complete w/controls (94) ..........$9,500/Ea. 18”/24”/30” Belt Feeders up to 20’ long, electric ............................................................P.O.R.

All Prices are F.O.B stocking location and are subject to prior sale. Prices do not include disassembly and loadout of the equipment. Equipment is represented as accurately as possible but specifications are not guaranteed. All equipment is offered “AS IS” with no warranty and is subject to applicable sales tax.

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Our 17th Year in Business Celebrating


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Grinder Sale

2006 Vermeer TG525

2006 Vermeer TG7000

Year

Make

Model

Serial #

Hours

Price

Location

Contact

2006

Vermeer

TG7000

00123

1433

$425,000

Fishers, IN

Gary

2006

Vermeer

TG525

00237

$180,000

Aurora, IL

Stu

2002

Vermeer

TG400

00528

$130,000

Aurora, IL

Stu

1998

Morbark

1200XL

67467

4290

$98,000

Ft Wayne, IN

Gary

1997

Morbark

2348

00117

9900

$78,400

Eureka, IL

Darin

3-Vermeer

TG7000’s

Aurora, IL

Stu

Summer Deals

Call For Price

Stu 630-986-6018 Darin 309-208-4568

Stewart 517-206-5512

Greg 314-960-0920 Gary 317-509-3278

Financing Available

New and Used Recycling Equipment 2007 Vermeer TG7000 Approx. 2800 hours, Cat 3412E 1056HP, Very Nice Good Condition! $400,000

2002 Peterson Pacific 5400 CAT 800HP engine, approx. 2800 hours $149,000

2004 Morbark 950 w/Coloring unit, 200HP under 300 hours! Excellent Condition! New Lower Price! Was $85,000 NOW $62,500

1997 Morbark 1200 NEW, Cat 3412 650HP, New Clutch, New Slip Joint, Rebuilt Mill Excellent Condition! Was 159K Now $149,000

2007 Peterson Pacific 4700B Approx. 3500 Hrs., Shingle Pkg., New Mil Shaft & Bearings, Very Nice Machine! $35,900 OBO

1999 Morbark 5600 Cat 3412E Rebuilt Engine, New Feed Chains, VERY NICE MACHINE! - HOT DEAL!! $185,000

1999 Morbark 1300 Cat 3412E 860HP Engine, Approx 600 Hrs on Cat Rebuilt New Lower Price! Was $140,000 NOW $115,000

2009 Morbark 3800T Cat 700HP w/Engine Warranty Remaining, Approx 5500 Hrs, VERY NICE!! New Lower Price! Was $325,000 NOW $320,000

2008 Doppstadt DW-3060K Slow Speed High Torque Shredder, Approx 2000 Hrs on Rebuilt Engine, Excellent Condition! $355,000

2009 Rotochopper EC266 Electric Stationary Horizontal Grinder, All The Bells & Whistles A STEAL at $165,000

WE HAVE A HIGH DEMAND FOR TROMMEL AND VIBRATING SIFTING MACHINES - All Sizes 2000 Morbark 1200XLT CAT engine, approx 6400 hours, good working condition . .$165,000 2006 Vermeer TG7000 CAT 3412E, 1000HP, approx 6800 hrs, work ready . . . . . . .$299,000 1995 Bandit Beast 3680 Cummins 365HP engine, approx. 4400 hours, oil samples avail .$74,500 2010 Bandit Beast 3590 CAT C18 765HP, approx. 1200 hours, Good Condition! . . .$280,000 1993 Morbark 3036 CAT 300HP engine, compressor, many extras, nice straight machine! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$62,000 2002 Vermeer HG525 CAT 525HP, many recent updates, very nice! $165,000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .LOWER PRICE $150,000

2006 2006 2003 2003 2007 2006 2004 2008

Vermeer HG6000TX Approx. 1900 hours, NEW lower price, WON’T LAST . . .$289,000 Bandit Beast 4680 CAT 1000HP approx. 2200 hours, Excellent Condition! . . .$300,000 Morbark 1300NCL CAT 1000HP engine, approx 4500 hours, Good Condition! $190,000 Morbark 7600 CAT 3412E, 1000HP engine, approx 3000 hours, VERY NICE! .$275,000 Morbark 2755 Chiparvester, approx. 3800 hours, VERY Good Condition! . . . .$499,000 Vermeer HG6000 CAT C16, 630HP engine, approx 2800 hours . . . . . . . . . . . .$189,000 Morbark 3600T CAT 525HP engine, approx 1000 hours, Lower Price! . . . . . .$229,000 Morbark 4600XLT CAT C27, 875HP, Tier 3, approx 1800 hours . . . . . . . . . . . .$410,000

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Long arm of the handler by Rick Zettler 69-foot handler reach helps boost shredder productivity at Midwest Scrap by 25 percent

Started in the back of a pickup truck, Midwest Scrap is now one of the largest scrap operations in the Midwest. When Kenny Burgess opened Midwest Scrap Management in St. Joseph, Mo. nearly 40 years ago, even he could not envision the company’s tremendous growth and expansion. What began as a single man operation in a pickup truck in 1973 has turned into one of the largest scrap operations in the Midwest, employing more than 100 people. “It’s been a lot of hard work and long hours,” says Kenny Burgess, general manager of Midwest Scrap Management. This strong work ethic and customer service commitment has expanded the operation’s reach to about a 200 mile radius of its Missouri locations, serving customers in four states. Processing nearly 1,500 tons of ferrous and 30 tons of non-ferrous material per day, the company has notable accounts like Harley Davidson Manufacturing, UPS and FedEx.

A pivotal event in the company’s historic growth can be attributed to its expansion into the Kansas City market. “Kenny had plans to bring a high capacity shredder to this market,” explains Jay Young, scrap and recycling sales manager for Roadbuilders Machinery and Supply Co., Inc., a Terex® Fuchs equipment dealer. “Even though his competition said it couldn’t be done, Kenny had his sights on 59 acres of land ideally suited for a scrap operation.” Finding the Right Solution Before expanding to Kansas City, Midwest Scrap honed its scrap processing and handling practices into a model of efficiency. The St. Joseph branch experimented with different equipment solutions that would allow them to capitalize on the opportunities in the Kansas City market. Initially, the St. Joseph location began shredding

After switching to the larger Terex MHL380 D with its 69-foot reach to feed the shredder, average throughput at the shredder increased by 25 percent to 1,500 tons per day.

No. 2 material with a small shredder. However, it did not fit the company’s needs, so they got rid of it. After a short hiatus, Midwest Scrap invested in a much larger HS6090, 1,200 hp shredder in 2002. This proved to be the right fit to handle the inflow of vehicles at the St. Joseph yard, and it improved cash flow. “The income generated by the shredder gave Kenny the necessary capital to add the Kansas City location,” recalls Jim Summers, operations manager for Midwest Scrap. The St. Joseph location also ran a series of trials to find the right handler to keep up with its production needs. Unpaved, the yard in St. Joseph made the track driven Terex Fuchs RHL340 a good solution. “The RHL340 was the first hydraulic crane the company bought,” says Burgess. Midwest Scrap’s RHL340 was purpose built to withstand the challenges associated with scrap processing. It gave the operators a machine with a 41foot reach and a maximum lift capacity in excess of 31,000-pounds. “Performance was good with the RHL340,” comments Burgess. Its hydraulically elevated cab design improved loading and unloading efficiency at the yard. A dual circuit hydraulic system offered fast work cycles and smooth, precise machine handling for operators. Even though the tracked handler delivered solid performance, Midwest Scrap wanted to test a variety of handlers from different manufacturers, and Burgess admits he tried some because he could get a good deal. “Zero percent financing was attractive for one make,” he says, “but we were not impressed with the machine’s performance.” In all, Midwest Scrap experimented with three different makes and various handler models at the St. Joseph headquarters to compare performance against the Terex Fuchs handlers and to prepare for expansion into the larger Kansas City market. Burgess saw vast potential in the industrial property that other operations in the region overlooked. “He targeted the old Sheffield Steel/GSTC site,” says Young. “The property sat dormant for years before businesses started renting portions of the land. Kenny purchased 59 acres for the branch location.” With convenient rail and highway access, there was potential for this to be a high volume yard. Midwest Scrap appropriately installed a 350 ton per hour, 7,000 hp HS125125 shredder to process the influx

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materials for its No. 2 shred. In addition to cars, “the shredder allows us to run up to 1.5-inch thick skeleton plate and rebar though it,” says Summers. This heavy steel would have otherwise required torch cutting. Today, the vital Kansas City location accepts and processes both ferrous and non-ferrous material. The branch supplies No. 1 and No. 2 shred, heavy melt, bundles, clips, turnings and non-ferrous products like aluminum and copper to its customers. Since 2006, Midwest Scrap has run more than 1.3 million tons of scrap through its HS125125 shredder. “In 2011, we processed and shipped on average 35,000 tons of scrap material per month, of which 25,000 tons is No. 2 shred,” mentions Summers. The company’s final ferrous products are shipped throughout the United States, and its non-ferrous goes to both domestic and international customers. The St. Joseph headquarters continues to be a full scrap operation, accepting both ferrous and non-ferrous materials. However, it has become a feeder yard to Kansas City for No. 2 shred. Non-ferrous material is still accepted, baled and sold through the St. Joseph location. Long Reach, More Efficient Midwest Scrap needed to select the right size and type of material handler to take advantage of the shredder’s capacity and high volume of material flowing into and out of the Kansas City yard. Engine and generator issues with some of the tested competitive handlers signaled an end to experimentation and standardization on one particular brand. “We started with Terex Fuchs,” says Burgess, “and we are back with Terex Fuchs. That says a lot about the handler.” One difference between St. Joseph and Kansas City, Midwest Scrap invested more than $2 million in paving the Kansas City yard with concrete. “Initially, we made the investments for environmental reasons,” says Summers. “However, we have found that the customers like driving on the paved surface better, and it has increased traffic into our yard.” It also made the prospect of purchasing Terex Fuchs material handlers on wheels attractive. Crews could more easily keep the concrete free of scrap debris, reducing the chance for tire damage. “It also makes getting from one part of the yard to another a lot easier than with a track machine,” adds Summers. Initially, Roadbuilders consulted with Midwest Scrap on handler needs and supplied Terex Fuchs MHL360 D material handlers to feed the shredder, load rail cars and offload and sort material from trucks and peddler traffic. “The MHL360s were equivalent in size to the other brands Midwest Scrap was using at the time,” comments Young. The 249 hp MHL360 D material handlers are equipped with a boom and stick combination that provides a 59-foot reach, 18-feet longer than the company’s original RHL340 handlers. This improves loading, sorting and stacking efficiency. The machine’s double row slewing ring design offers reliable performance during working cycles, even

After experimenting with different material handler designs offering varying degrees of success, Midwest Scrap chose to standardize on Terex® Fuchs MHL360 D and MHL380 D handlers.

Midwest Scrap employees from left to right: Nick Hayes - yard manager, Park City, Mark Eib - buyer, Kenny Burgess - CEO and founder, Jim Summers - operations manager, Jerrit Burgess - plant manager, Kansas City. when lifting more than 10,000 lb at a 50-foot reach Summers. “We knew it would help, but we didn’t realwith its 1-square-yard grapple. ize it would help that much.” The handlers worked well for the Kansas City locaIt boosted rail car loading efficiency as well. The tion. Yet Summers noticed some areas where effi- Terex Fuchs handler’s 69-foot reach allows the ciency could be further improved. “We averaged 1,200 operator to load three rail cars at a time from a tons per day through the shredder, but we noticed single position, compared to two cars with the that two-thirds of this production would take place in MHL360 D. Summers reports they now move three the first half of the day,” he says. rail cars into the loading zone at one time. Operators Supporting equipment stockpiling shred material process three additional cars each day — loading 20 had a hard time keeping pace with the tandem of a plus cars per day — while finishing about 1.5 hours high capacity shedder and productive MHL360 D. By earlier. the afternoon, the feed piles retreated further away In addition to the three MHL360 D handlers workfrom the shredder, so operators had to move the ing at the St. Joseph yard, Midwest Scrap operates handlers to get feed material. five MHL360 D and now three MHL380 D handlers in Rail car loading efficiency, according to Summers, Kansas City. Two of the MHL380s are dedicated to could also be improved. “The operator loaded two rail feeding the shredder and one loads rail cars and cars at a time, but it would take until about 5:30 p.m. offloads industrial trucks. The MHL360s assist the for him to finish the daily rail car quota,” he adds. larger handlers with stacking material for the shredWith the goal of tweaking production efficiency, der, offloading incoming peddler and industrial mateBurgess met with Young to discuss options. All signs rial, sorting and separating material, and prepping pointed to the Kansas City yard requiring a material material for shipping. handler with a longer reach. Future Expansion Young recommended moving up in handler size to Successes at the St. Joseph and Kansas City locathe Terex Fuchs MHL380 D. “The MHL380 gives tions have resulted in another expansion for Midwest operators 17 percent more reach and offers a 1.8- Scrap. In the spring of 2012, the company will break square-yard grapple, so this would help them boost ground on its new Park City (Wichita, KS) location, productivity at the shredder and improve loading broadening its reach in Kansas to the south and efficiency,” says Young. west. The largest and most productive material handler Similar to Kansas City, Park City will have a high in the Terex Fuchs line, the 366 hp MHL380 D deliv- capacity shredder, highway access and rail access. ers a maximum 69-foot reach, allowing operators to The shredder will be a slightly smaller, 6,000 hp pick, stack and sort material from a greater distance HS98115 with production capacities topping at 200 without moving. This powerful handler features the TPH. “The local market consists of more car bodies same double row slewing ring design as the MHL360 and less heavy steel, so we did not require a larger D and nearly doubles the 50-foot reach lift capacity. shredder,” says Summers. “Additionally, it offers a maximum 20-foot operator When the operation opens in 2013, Burgess eye level and hydraulic forward extension of the cabin already knows the type and size of Terex Fuchs mateup to 7-feet to assist with job site visibility, loading rial handlers that will be used. The lessons learned and unloading material,” says Steve Brezinski, Terex and production increases achieved in Kansas City Fuchs product manager. has Midwest Scrap sold on the Terex Fuchs MHL380 The additional 10-foot of reach improved loading D. “We’ve experienced the benefits of the larger efficiency at the shredder, especially during the after- machines,” concludes Summers. “We will go with the noon hours. Average shredder throughput increased MHL380s in the new yard and equip them with by 25 percent to 1,500 tons per day. “The extra reach larger grapples for feeding the shredder and smaller was a huge benefit to increase production,” says ones for offloading trucks and peddler traffic.”


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Brokk offers Brokk 260 demolition machine MONROE, WA — Brokk AB, the world’s leading manufacturer of remote controlled demolition machines, presents the Brokk 260 demolition machine to the North American market. The three ton Brokk 260 was developed to fill a much needed gap between the 1.9 ton Brokk 180 and the 4.8 ton Brokk 400. The addition of the Brokk 260 enhances the company’s complete line of remote controlled demolition machines, designed for use in industries such as cement and metal processing, construction and demolition, mining and tunneling and nuclear, as well as other specialty applications. Created to be similar in weight and dimension to the popular Brokk 250, the Brokk 260 is an ideal replacement and features a host of new technological and design

updates to meet greater demands in the industry. It also features an improved design for optimized power and capacity, allowing greater precision and performance. Designed for use with a variety of attachments, the Brokk 260 achieves best results when paired with the included SB302 hydraulic breaker. The combination delivers a maximum reach of 19feet, as well as impressive hitting force. Furthermore, when equipped with the CC520 concrete cutter, the machine delivers a cutting force of 48 tons. With a compact design, featuring a height of 5feet and width of 3.9feet, the Brokk 260 goes into the most difficult to access areas. Furthermore, the machine is powered by a 29 hp electric motor, allowing safe, emissions free operation

The Brokk 260 can be equipped with a variety of attachments, including buckets, crushers, drills, grapples and shears. Recommended maximum weight of attachments is 924-pounds.

for use in small, confined spaces. The portable, lightweight remote control box permits operation from a distance, keeping the operator safe from falling debris and other hazards. The Brokk 260 can be equipped with a variety of attachments, including buckets, crushers, drills, grapples and shears. Recommended

maximum weight of attachments is 924pounds. In addition to the 260, Brokk offers eight models, ranging in size from the Brokk 50, at just 1,100-pounds, up to the Brokk 800, at 11 tons. The company also engineers and builds custom machines with special equipment such as cameras, extended arms,

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Noise in a hydraulic application isn’t always audible, but more often, a vibration. As noise travels through the components the operator comes into contact with, the operator is exposed to these vibrations. Vibrations may not sound like a big deal but after a few hours of constant exposure, the operator’s hands become numb and with long term

exposure, this vibration can cause nerve damage. Parflex engineers continually work to reduce noise and create hoses with optimum safety features for operator handling. To eliminate noise, a thermoplastic fiber reinforced hose offers the greatest damping benefit. The hose is constructed using a variety of smooth bore polymer inner cores

for a high degree of chemical compatibility, high strength fibers and a polymer jacket. Also, a fiber reinforced thermoplastic hose has an inherently higher VE rate than that of an equivalent bore wire reinforced rubber hose, resulting in a total lower quality factor (Q). A low value of Q indicates a high rate of energy loss relative to the stored en-

ergy of the resonator. So a low Q makes oscillations decay more quickly. Therefore, components and designs that reduce Q in a system are beneficial for reducing noise transmission. Below are two examples where Parflex hoses were able to reduce noise, improve operator handling and increase safety. Situation 1 — Problem:

Noise problem on motor home power steering system. The power steering pump was 35-feet away from the steering actuator and the wire braided rubber hose routed between the pump and the motor picked up transmitted noise from hydraulic and other mechanical components to the steering column. Solution: Hose 53DM.

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