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Selecting scale systems for concrete recycling to meet efficiency and revenue initiatives Larry Behrens, global product manager, Truck and Rail Scale Avery Weigh-Tronix The recycled concrete market continues to expand, as facilities are finding more uses for the aggregate, providing an ideal solution for everything from pavement to landscaping. Rather than
trucking the usage material to local landfills for disposal, concrete recycling offers an alternative that is not only environmentally beneficial, but can also drive down the cost of construction products. However, in order to derive all the advantages possible with concrete recycling, each facility needs to have a
Truck scales capture precise weights as trucks enter and leave recycling facilities to facilitate accurate inventory records and billing invoices for an efficient operation.
Drivers easily enter any and all necessary weight and load information directly into the console, collecting accurate data and saving time for both the recycling facility and the operator. well run, efficient operation. A critical component to making concrete recycling operations both productive and profitable is selecting and implementing the proper weighing equipment, particularly in a growing market. As the concrete recycling industry continues to gain momentum, recyclers must take proactive steps to ensure accurate billing and inventory data to remain competitive. Whether the goal is to optimize profits, maximize productivity or to streamline data management, implementing the ideal scale equipment is essential for improving billing accuracy and the overall bottom line in
Unattended consoles enable facilities to enhance process efficiency and cost reduction by automating material collection and weighing. recycling applications. Weighing system components for recycling applications Truck Scales: As one of the most versatile weighing solutions for recycling applications, truck scales lead the list. Since one of the most critical elements to maintaining an efficient recycling operation is accurate inventory records, truck scales play an integral role in this process by capturing initial weights as trucks enter and leave recycling facilities. A truck scale system combines a rugged scale platform typically constructed of steel or reinforced with a
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Scale from 3 concrete deck-load cell technology and a digital weight indicator to record, display and, at times, communicate data from scale transactions. The load cell converts force measurements into an electrical signal read by a connected weight indication system. The unique design of some load cells allow it to act like a cantilever, suspended on one end and fixed on another, thereby eliminating common errors associated with end loading, side loading, vibration and torsion effects for enhanced accuracy and reliability. For a basic in and out truck scale system, a driver simply stops the vehicle on the scale so the incoming weight can be captured, then exits the scale to be loaded or unloaded and finally returns to the scale to acquire an outgoing weighment. The system enables site managers to carefully monitor and document important material type, origin and weight data for incoming and outgoing loads. With these record keeping capabilities, users can improve facility inventory and billing accuracy. For additional process efficiency and cost reduction, operators can automate material collection and weighing by incorporating an indicator into a control console adjacent to the scale platform. In this arrangement, a driver simply stops on the scale and is prompted by the indicator to enter relevant data for the transaction, such as truck number, load contents and company ID. The vehicle then exits the scale to be loaded or unloaded. Afterward, the vehicle returns to the scale so that an outgoing weighment may be acquired. The system then prints a ticket displaying the weight and driver/truckload data, and all collected information is stored in the indicator’s memory or, in some cases, wirelessly transmitted to the recycling center’s main computer database — a significant advantage in remote applications. Indicators The brains of any scale system, today’s indicators are much more than a
simple display. Capable of collecting, displaying and transferring complex data, indicators act as a central hub for the weighing system. They enhance existing inventory management systems or creating a customized process for specific data management needs. Now, not only are indicators designed to provide fast, precise, repeatable measurements for both static and in-mo-
tion weighing, but they also integrate with company equipment and systems to improve accuracy and documentation. Indicators enable recycling centers to choose from simplistic or full featured options to meet application requirements. This allows companies to use only the performance capabilities necessary to
Concrete recycling offers an alternative to landfills that is not only environmentally beneficial, but can also drive down the cost of construction products.
achieve the exact level of sophistication required for their weighing and inventory management needs. Indicators are designed to adapt to new recycling processes or meet more stringent requirements as the industry grows. Further, configurable to meet industry specific standards and protocols, such as Ethernet or Fieldbus, indicators provide quick, seamless integration with existing networking systems, enabling flexible data transmissions. For enhanced efficiency, Wi-Fi enabled indicators provide remote operation. They collect weight and diagnostic information and immediately communicate it to the facility’s computers. Indicators quickly input product identification information, allowing users to track materials from the moment they enter the facility. This enables real time status updates to ensure the most current inventory data. Additionally, for maximum transparency, recycling plants can link the indicator to the facility’s inventory system. This allows users to verify that current inventory levels can support their customer’s order. Also, once the aggregate is loaded and weighed, this amount can be subtracted from inventory immediately updating records in real time. These advantages ensure concrete recyclers not only remain compliant with legal for trade requirements, but also improve inventory
records — all by tracking aggregate production from start to finish. The system in action Highland Recycling: Highland Recycling is a facility that collects waste material to processes it to sell the resulting recycled materials. The dramatic increase in the demand for recycled aggregate presented an opportunity to assist this growing market. By offering this service, Highland provided cost savings and environmental benefits, avoiding landfills and reducing reliance on primary aggregates. Construction companies in the area could save up to $30 per ton in disposal costs, as Highland Recycling’s $15 collection fee is significantly lower than traditional haulage and landfill tax charges for aggregate disposal — which typically reach up to $45. Highland understood that in order to keep up with this demand, the entire operation hinged on their ability to streamline the collection process and data management. The company needed to capture information on the weight of the waste aggregate, the specific materials, customer information and the weight of the recycled material produced. Maintaining accurate records was crucial to Highland, not only for customer satisfaction, but they also had to provide accurate quarterly returns to the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA).
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Highland turned to Avery Weigh-Tronix to design and install a truck scale system to weigh incoming and outgoing materials and store information on the indicator. The system allowed them to not only collect data but also to analyze process efficiency. Highland Recycling can then print an invoice with the truck scale ticket and can store the information for accurate and efficient invoicing at the end of the month. The collection and reporting of precise weight data enabled the company to established successful and profitable aggregate recycling business in its own right. Polk County Recycling Center Polk County’s Recycling Center handles roughly 3,500 to 4,000 tons of outgoing materials annually. Originally, the company was calculating the weight of loads based on average weighments secured periodically from an off-site truck scale. This method of computing weights was, at best, an unreliable estimation. The company needed a more accurate and efficient way to track their materials. To meet both these needs simultaneously, Polk County implemented an Avery Weigh-Tronix truck scale and Model 1310 unattended scale console. This offered a convenient solution that allowed drivers to enter any and all necessary weight and load information into the console from their vehicle with pushbutton ease. By enabling drivers to entering the information themselves, capturing weights was fast and simple, saving time for both the recycling facility and the operator.
The unattended console featured an indicator configured to meet industry specific standards and protocols for data storage and transmission. Polk was able to collect information regarding the truck number, incoming and outgoing materials, the customer and more, enabling the facility to keep accurate and complete records, without the excess labor expenses of an attendant. Plus, the indicator is able to store numerous transactions, so if they experience computer or RF problems, the data is secure until the system is up and running again. For more information on Avery Weigh-Tronix equipment visit their website at www.averyweigh-tronix.com.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS ADVERTISE! April. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: March 1 Composting Equipment - Turners, Screens, Grinders, Chippers Pre-Show: Waste Expo May. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: April 5 Screening Equipment / Crushing Equipment Show: Waste Expo, May 20-23, New Orleans, LA June. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: May 3 Wood Waste Recycling - Grinding, Screening, Coloring, Biomass Energy July. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: June 7 Scrap Processing Equipment / Balers, Shears, Shredders, Magnets August. . ADVERTISING DEADLINE: July 5 C&D Recycling - Attachments, Picking Stations, Screens
Grinder Guy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Sunshine Recycling sets the standard for sustainable recycling solutions. . . . . . . . . . 8-9 by Gwenyth Laird Pernie
Asphalt Drum Mixers offers recycle systems to enhance cost efficiency. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Kawasaki introduces new 80Z7 wheel loader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Old dormitories make way for new shopping center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-27 by Jon M. Casey
BOMAG offers rear rotor recycler/stabilizer models. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Caterpillar unveils first hybrid excavator. . . 29
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Unless you like losing money, you need a belt cleaner. Belt cleaners keep material from building up on belts which, if not done, will cause the belt to track off center. What happens then? Well, if the belts tracks far enough off center, the rubber skirting does not contain ma-
terial any longer and rock, stone, dirt or other debris will fall off the conveyor and make its way into the tail pulleys. This causes: • Belts to track even further off center, which can make the edge of the belting rub on roller supports or the frame of the conveyor; • The belt to start wear-
ing the edge and will start to tear at the belt splice; • A worn splice to make the belt start to loosen and your belt to become loose on one side. That will make belt adjustment very difficult. It also lessens the life of your belt; • Large rocks to get into the tail pulley and punch a hole into the conveyor or in the belt splice; and
• Material to build up around bearings, causing failure. In any of those examples, time and money are lost. Along with all those possibilities, if material builds on the surface of conveyor belting, the belt will track off center and start causing problems as well. So, with all these po-
tential issues, owning and maintaining a belt cleaner will save you time and money. Most belt cleaners are made of rubber and press against the belt as it passes by, scraping material from the belt. Others are made of plastic or even steel. Some have automatic adjustment while others need some weekly maintenance. This is easily done. Applications where a scraper cannot be used are chevron belts or belts with cleats. Because of the raised rubber on these belts, a scraper is not the accessory of choice. In these cases, a brush type cleaner works best. By adjusting the brushes so that the bristles are just touching the belt, this literally sweeps material
from the belts. One note of concern with the brushes is that these do not work well in wet sticky materials. Frequently, the bristles fill with material and plug up. Recently, I saw an advertisement for a selfpowered brush cleaner. This brush cleaner was powered by a 1 or 2 horsepower motor which turns the brush opposite the direction of the conveyor. This seems to me that less pressure would need to be used which would extend the wear life. Check it out here at www.martin-eng.com Take the time for a little maintenance and save yourself some money. Questions? Dave Whitelaw. GrinderGuy@ askthegrinderguy.com
Wastebuilt Environmental Solutions, LLC appoints Jerry Samson as vice president of Sales and Marketing CHICAGO — Wastebuilt Environmental Solutions, LLC (Wastebuilt), a distributor and manufacturer of equipment, parts and services for the waste and recycling industry, announced that it has appointed Jerry Samson as vice president of Sales and Marketing. Mr. Samson joins Wastebuilt with more than 20 years of experience in the waste industry. Prior to joining Wastebuilt, he served 12 years in senior management roles at Waste Management and was also vice president of Sales and Marketing at Wastequip. Most recently, Mr. Samson led the sales group at Liberty Tire Recycling. “Wastebuilt is committed to creating a senior management team that can grow our business and be relentless in customer service,” said Greg Podell, CEO of Wastebuilt. “Jerry brings a wealth of experience and leadership to our sales organization and has a successful track record in the industry.” “I’m extremely pleased to be moving to this new, exciting role within Wastebuilt,” said Samson. “I look forward to providing our customers with
outstanding service and contributing to the company’s long term success. “Wastebuilt Environmental Solutions, LLC (Wastebuilt) was created in 2012 as a vehicle for entering the waste and recycling industry. Wastebuilt recently acquired Stepp Equipment Company, which specializes in the refuse, scrap and recycling industry and Galfab, Inc., a manufacturer of various products for transportation in the garbage and scrap industry. Wastebuilt’s mission is to provide its customers with world class distribution of equipment, parts, and services supported by manufacturing facilities. For additional information, please call 708-458-7800.
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Sunshine Recycling sets the standard for sustainable recycling solutions by Gwenyth Laird Pernie
Using a Terex Fuchs 360D MHL, a crew separates C&D material to be recycled at the Sunshine Aggregate yard. Sunshine Recycling of Orangeburg, South Carolina what the mills wanted to buy from us. This helped Fuchs MHL 360D, Terex Fuchs MHL 360D hybrid delivers a full spectrum of integrated metal, concrete create a great relationship with the mills, which and Terex Fuchs MLH 340D material handlers. With an operating weight of up to 63,934-pounds, an and asphalt recovery and recycling services, both continues to this day.” onsite and mobile, all while maintaining the highest Rich continues, “In addition, we have a great rela- engine power of 128 hp and a reach to stick tip of environmental standards. tionship with Terex, more specifically Dick Mizzell, 13.7 meters, the Terex MHL340 allows for efficient Owned and managed since 1996 by the husband southeast regional manager for Company Wrench, processing of scrap metal and construction and and wife team of Joe and Lena Rich, Sunshine our Terex dealership. The commitment to service and demolition material. According to Rich, a valuable feature of the 340D’s Recycling strives to bring innovation to the recycling excellence that Company Wrench and Terex exempliindustry. In the process, they have become one of the fy mirrors our own. These great companies treat us high rise, hydraulic lift cab is that it allows the most successful processing and recycling facilities in more like a business partner than a customer. I operator a high vantage point with an excellent view the southeast. The Rich’s other divisions include believe this has significantly contributed to our suc- of the jaw crusher. “When an operator sees a jam about to occur in the jaw, he can reach down with the Sunshine Aggregate, Sunshine Steel and Sunshine cess.” grapple and grab the piece out of the crusher before Auto Salvage. Sunshine’s site maintenance demolition the jam occurs. He can then spin the piece with a “I attribute Sunshine Recycling’s success to the services Sunshine Recycling provides a complete range of rotating grapple to a dimension that will go through dedication of our staff,” Rich emphasizes. “We are committed to providing quality as a supplier to the off site demolition and dismantling services. Crews the jaw without causing a jam. The operator can also mills and customers we do business with.” recently demolished an apartment complex near their use the grapple to grab a 6 to 7-foot metal pick; like “When I started Sunshine, I went to the mills and facility. All the materials were recycled at the jobsite, a giant toothpick; and clear a possible jam before it occurs. What is more important, neither of these had them teach me what products they wanted, what including 31,000 metric tons of concrete. There, they used a variety of equipment including processes damage the concrete crusher nor require specs they needed, and how they wanted it packaged,” he explains. “I then educated our staff as to their 35 ton, Terex off road dump trucks and Terex the machine to be stopped and restarted. That can take 20 to 30 minutes.” Another of Sunshine’s recent demolition projects was at the Stone Forest Industries project in Orangeburg, South Carolina. That took place during 2011and 2012. After the landmark saw mill was decommissioned, the owners sold component parts off at auction. Following the auction, Sunshine went in and completed the demolition of all the structures at the 20 acre site. Rich said, “We removed, processed and recycled multiple structures made of block, wood and steel at the site. In addition, about 80 percent of the site was paved with 6-inches or more of concrete. We removed and recycled all of that, along with other concrete formations including a 25-foot x 25-foot x 10-foot thick concrete slab that stood underneath a log crane.” (This job can be viewed on YouTube at Sunshine Recycling’s channel.) Sunshine’s commitment to the environment Sunshine Recycling is located on a 50 acre site paved with 8-inches of concrete that was crushed, processed and recycled at Sunshine using Terex equipment. Rich noted that the job was made much easier with the use of their Terex Fuchs MHL 360D material handler, the Terex Power Screen MetroTrac and the Powerscreen® Chieftain 1400, which has a recycling capacity to process up to 220 tons per hour. In the Sunshine Recycling yard, two Terex Fuchs 360D MHLs are busy sorting material (left and right) while the handler Underneath the concrete is a plastic vapor barrier in the middle is unloading scrap from the back of a customer's pickup. Just left of the pickup is the Sierra 6000 Baler. Sunshine Recycling bales most of the scrap metal and loads it on flatbed after it is wrapped with a construction grade Sunshine 9 plastic net purchased from Industrial Netting.
that insures that runoff waste will not enter the soil. To protect the community further, from oil and other harmful substances associated with scrap metal, Sunshine Recycling is a certified NPDES (national pollutant discharge elimination system) industrial storm water drain off facility. It has eleven oil-water separators onsite. Sunshine’s processing center When scrap metal arrives at the Sunshine Recycling processing center, trucks are weighed on a state certified Toledo digital scale. Drivers then continue from station to station to unload their materials. In most cases, an operator unloads the automobiles, scrap material, industrial waste, etc. with a Terex Fuchs MHL 360D material handler. Then, the empty truck is weighed as it leaves and the customer is paid according to the American Metal Markets monthly report. Meanwhile the scrap material is processed, graded and prepared for shipping. Sunshine Auto Salvage Approximately 30 acres of Sunshine’s facility is home to their auto parts recycling business. “Our site has an import and a domestic division that contains approximately 3600 cars. Both yards are “You Pull It,” explained Rich. “The customers enter the yard, they pick and pull the auto parts that they need, and then they check out. It is cost effective for both the customer and our business.” Sunshine’s non-ferrous drive through warehouse Sunshine’s 15,000-square-foot non-ferrous materials, drive through warehouse, is the only one of its kind in South Carolina. The warehouse accommodates two lanes of traffic, relying upon six Therman Toledo digital platform scales to weigh the customer’s vehicles. “The customer drives into the warehouse, unloads their non-ferrous metals, which is weighed and documented, then the customer gets paid. The aluminum, copper, brass, stainless steel and all other precious metals are processed, bailed and prepared for shipment to consumers of non-ferrous products, all within the walls of the warehouse,” Rich said. For more information on Sunshine Recycling visit their website at www.sunshinerecycle.com or contact Joe or Lena Rich at 803-531-4408.
This 1.2 million gallon, pre-stressed concrete water tank is being demolished at the Southern Sales and Marketing Group warehouse using a Komatsu PC 220 with jackhammer attachment (far left) and two Terex Fuchs MHL 360D units.
At Sunshine Recycling's Aggregate yard an operator uses the Terex Fuchs 340D material handler to help unload their Terex 35T Dump Truck.
Joe Rich is loading concrete footers onto a steel dump at Double L Farms' where Chuck Lucas and Rae Butler contract Sunshine to clean up C&D material at the former Reevesville Tree Farm. Crew removed more than 1000 tons of concrete footers.
Sunshine's Hybrid Terex Fuchs MHL 360D with Labounty 3000R Shear attachment is parked near a Terex Fuchs MHL 360D in front of Sunshine Recycling's 15,000-square-foot, Drive Thru-Non Ferrous warehouse.
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Asphalt Drum Mixers offers recycle systems to enhance cost efficiency HUNTERTOWN, IN — Asphalt Drum Mixers, Inc., offers four models of portable and stationary recycle systems to enhance the cost efficiency of asphalt plants. Recycle systems allow plants to use milled material in hot mix asphalt (HMA). Since recycled asphalt pavement (RAP) is much cheaper than virgin aggregate, the result is a less expensive finished product that maintains the high quality of a pure virgin aggregate mix. ADM’s recycle bins feature a 15 ton capacity and are continuously welded at the seams. The bins contain angle irons and midsection stiffeners for reinforcement, and their steeply sloped sidewalls prevent material from plugging or bridging. A tapered discharge opening leads to the direct drive belt feeder with a 5 hp motor, multi-ply belt, self-cleaning tail pulley and adjustable skirt boards. To transfer RAP from the bin, the recycle system includes a heavy duty weigh conveyor that features a channel frame and wind shroud protection for accurate weighing. The conveyor is 2feet wide and, depending on the model, between 45 and 65-feet long. It introduces RAP to the dried aggregate mix after the heating process. Based on conditions and type of plant, up to 50 percent of the HMA can contain recycled pavement. Portable units feature a heavy duty I-beam frame on a gooseneck trailer with a fifth wheel kingpin hitch, single axle and air brakes. The trailer includes hinged support legs and a hydraulically controlled incline conveyor. An optional lump breaker is available for ADM’s recycling systems to break down large pieces of RAP into a useable size. It features an adjustable steel breaker plate and replaceable tungsten tipped teeth, and is powered by a 30
hp, high efficiency motor with an open mesh covered V-belt drive. Single and double deck scalping screens are also available to ensure oversized material does not enter the aggregate mix. Other options include air cannons, grizzlies,
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New appointments renew focus on key markets PELLA, IOWA — Vermeer is pleased to announce several promotions within its leadership team. Jason Andringa has been named president, forage and environmental solutions, and Doug Hundt has been named president, underground and specialty excavation solutions. Both Andringa and Hundt will co-chair the Vermeer executive team,
reporting to Mary Andringa in her continuing role as chief executive officer of Vermeer. In addition, Tony Briggs has been named to vice president, sales and distribution. Jason Andringa has been with Vermeer since June 2005, most recently as vice president with responsibility over distribution and global accounts. As president, he will have oversight of the forage and environmental segments, building visibility to biomass, as well as in-
dustrial distribution and corporate engineering. With 19 years of service with Vermeer, Doug Hundt has been involved in sales, marketing, product development and manufacturing. He was named a Vermeer vice president in 1999, and was group vice president over industrial prior to this promotion. In his role as president, he will oversee the underground and excavation segments, as well as international entities and emerging markets.
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New Technical Support Manager for Powerscreen Powerscreen, one of the world’s leading providers of mobile crushing and screening equipment, has appointed Hugh Brennan as our new Technical Support manager. Commenting on the appointment, Damian Power, Global Product line director, said, “This is an important new appointment for Powerscreen. Hugh’s experience and respect in the industry will be an asset to the Powerscreen strategy of continuing to develop a global dealer network with class leading customer support.” Having previously worked in a wide variety of roles in the UK and North America for Powerscreen over an eleven year period, Hugh rejoins Powerscreen in this new position. Hugh has since spent six years working in a customer support role with the Blue Machinery Group, UK and brings considerable experience of end user support requirements when working with Powerscreen® products. Hugh will be responsible for the development of our Technical Helpdesk, Service Training, Service Engineers and Warranty Systems to enhance the level of OEM support to our Global Dealer Network. By providing class-leading training, support and systems to our dealers, we believe that this allows them to provide our customers with strong local technical support solutions to meet the needs of our customers. For more information on
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Container hook platform to transport the Keestrack Combo The very compact and high performing Combo Keestrack mobile screening plant separates easily three fractions at a maximum capacity of 250 (metric)tons an hour. The Combo, with its 17 tons is very effective for smaller screening jobs, for rental or where mobility is of the essence. The machine can be used for scalping or for precision screening. Mobility is one of the biggest assets of the Combo. Just because of this, Keestrack looked out for a alternative way of transporting the Combo. By using the standard container hook platform it is easier to transport the Combo, resulting in an even higher mobility. Next to this the cost of
transport is reduced because of faster handling and because a standard service can be provided. The Keestrack Combo offers you: • Optimum flexibility and mobility with great performance; • Perfect results at relative low costs; • Robust and smart design with good access for maintenance, repairs and changing of wear parts; • Low machine weight and compact transport measurements; • Up to 25 percent greater fuel efficiency because of the use of a “load sensing” hydraulic system; • Quick setup time; • Low feeding height; and • Large screening surface of 2700 x 1200 mm. For more information
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Shur-Co, LLC acquisition Shur-Co®, LLC is pleased to announce the acquisition of Donovan Enterprises, Inc. This acquisition brings together two well known leaders in the truck, trailer and specialty tarp market, resulting in an entity with a combined 93 years of tarping experience. Donovan Enterprises, Inc., headquartered in Stuart, FL, was founded in 1977 and specializes in front to rear arm driven and pull style tarp systems for the construction and solid waste hauling industries. Donovan is also a leading exporter of these products and operates a facility in Rochester, England (UK). Shur-Co®, LLC is the inventor of the Original Shur-Lok® side to side roll tarp and is headquartered in Yankton, SD. It was founded in 1954 and now manufactures a wide offering of tarp systems and accessories for trucks, trailers, carts and specialty equipment used in the agriculture, construction and flatbed markets. The combined company will operate under the name of Shur-Co, LLC and will retain both companies’ brands and existing product lines, while also maintaining existing functions at current locations. Corporate headquarters will remain in Yankton, SD. Shur-Co CEO Terry Tennant states, “We couldn’t be more excited about the future. By combining the product lines, sales teams, technical capabilities and service locations of Shur-Co and Donovan, we will be able to provide the most comprehensive product offerings in the market and a customer service platform unequaled in the industry.”
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Neponset, IL — A new powered brush cleaner for conveyor belt applications has been introduced by Martin Engineering, a rotating design that removes material accumulation and dust in difficult applications. Well suited to belts that use raised elements (cleats, chevrons, ribs or lugs) to assist in carrying material, the Martin® Brush Cleaner is an economical solution that provides high performance, energy efficient
operation, even in conditions involving sticky materials or stringy fibers, such as coal and biomass. The economical 230/460 volt, three phase electric motor provides successful cleaning with minimal power consumption. A 1 hp motor powers the units for 1842-inch belts, and a 2 hp motor drives the cleaners for 48-96-inch belts. The motor can be operated in either direction, and the unit can be installed on
the left or right side of the cleaner, depending on the plant's requirements. Constructed of durable steel and stainless steel components, the cost effective belt cleaner delivers a long service life, holding up even in the harshest operating environments. The innovative design allows easy installation and maintenance. Two bristle pattern options are available to accommodate materials with a range of moisture
contents. For both models, standard polypropylene bristles offer an operating temperature range of -20 to 180 degrees Farenheit, and optional bristles are available for higher temperatures. The Martin Spiral Brush Belt Cleaner contains bristles that are wrapped in a spiral pattern, effectively cleaning dry materials that can cling and cause buildup on the shaft of conventional brush cleaners.
Two bristle pattern options are available to accommodate materials with a range of moisture contents. The standard .038-inch diameter bristles are 4inches long. Developed for belts carrying dusty or crumbled materials that readily release from bristles, the spiral design is also available in low profile versions and wider constructions for especially challenging applications. For soft or moist materials that tend to cling to bristles and brush shafts, the Martin Strip Brush Belt Cleaner is a 10-inch diameter unit that employs a series of brush strips on shaftmounted hubs. The strip design allows material to fall from the brush, where it can be collected and returned to the material flow, rather than settling into the bottom of the bristles. Bristles are .040-inches in diameter and 3-inches long. Martin Engineering's Conveyor Belt Brush Cleaners are designed for use in the secondary cleaning position, with recommended placement at the point where the belt leaves the discharge pulley. The cleaners may also be mounted further along the conveyor's return run, where they can
be supported by an idler or pulley. Installation of a primary on the face of the discharge pulley below the material stream is always recommended. Product availability may vary by region. Founded in 1944, Martin Engineering is the world leader in making bulk materials handling cleaner, safer and more productive. The company supplies flow aids and conveyor products around the world for a wide variety of bulk material applications, including coal, cement / clinker, rock / aggregate, biomass, grain, pharmaceuticals, food and other materials. The firm is headquartered in Neponset, IL, offering manufacturing, sales and service from factory owned business units in Brazil, China, France, Germany, Indonesia, Mexico, South Africa, Turkey, India and the UK, and under exclusive license with ESS Australia. For more information, visit www.martin-eng.com or call 309-852-2384. Global representatives for Martin Engineering can be found at www.martineng.com/rep-finder.
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FARWELL, MI —Terex Woodsman changes its name to Terex Environmental Equipment (TEE) reflecting their expanding market and customer base and aggressive product development program for 2013. This name change takes effect immediately. Kieran Hegarty, Terex Materials Processing
president said, “The change in name forms part of our go to market and product strategy for the business that was acquired by Terex in June 2011. This new title is more encompassing and supports our customers’ needs in looking for a more cohesive solution to their wood processing and environmental
needs. This business line will be the single provider of wood processing and environmental equipment within Terex. The arborist product line will continue to reflect an element of the woodsman name and legacy in its product nomenclature, but all other products previously offered by the Terex Woodsman name
will change to Terex Environmental Equipment.” Barry DeLau II, general manager of Terex Environmental Equipment said “historically our arborist, whole tree biomass chipper and trommel lines have been sold in North America. As Terex environmental equipment continues to broaden its product port-
folio and distribution network, this name is more reflective of our business. We will also be looking to expand our distribution by leveraging other Terex business segments in to the rental markets. Utilization of existing and proven Terex technologies, and a strong focus on R&D will drive our new product development program. Supported by a dedicated engineering, sales and customer support team. Terex environmental equipment will quickly become one the strong players in the wood processing, environmental and recycling industries.” All TEE products will be manufactured at Terex Corporation’s Farwell facility with the exception of the trommel line which will be manufactured in Dungannon in Northern Ireland. Technical Support and Parts will also be managed from the Farwell facility. Customers will begin to see the change in product nomenclature and livery at forthcoming trade
shows throughout 2013. For more information on Terex Environmental Equipment please contact Louise McDonald, Marketing Executive, 1250 Commerce Dr., Farwell, MI, 48622. Call 800-953-5532 or visit www.terex.com/environmental-equipment. Terex Corporation is a diversified global manufacturer of a broad range of equipment that is focused on delivering reliable, customer driven solutions for many applications, including the construction, infrastructure, quarrying, mining, shipping, transportation, refining, energy, utility and manufacturing industries. Terex reports in five business segments: Aerial Work Platforms; Construction, Cranes; Material Handling, Port Solutions and Materials Processing. Terex offers financial products and services to assist in the acquisition of equipment through Terex Financial Services. More information can be found at www.terex.com.
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Promotion recognizes leadership as AEM executes its strategic plan to enhance member services The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) has named Charlie O’Brien as senior vice president in recognition of his expanded leadership responsibilities for the association. These include activities under AEM’s new strategic plan, initiated in 2012, to better serve all members’ current and future business development needs. In addition to increased responsibilities since joining AEM in 2007, O’Brien has taken a leadership role with expanded responsibilities in development of strategic initiatives to achieve the plan’s Key Result Area (KRA) goals and objectives and AEM goals development to continue implementation of the strategic plan. He was also instrumental in development of the vision for
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Old dormitories make way for new shopping center by Jon M. Casey
Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Demolition, Inc. makes short work of site clearing project project
There isn't much left to take down. This razed building will eventually be replaced with a CineMark 12 Screen Movie Theater complex. For Bobby Gigliotti and his Pittsburgh Demolition, Inc. crew working at the McCandless Crossing retail development in McCandless, PA, the transformation of the former LaRoche College dormitory complex into the site of a future CineMark 12 screen, all digital Theater Complex and parking area, is just another day on the job. With the future development of this suburban Pittsburgh, retail complex that will include 53 residential units, several national chain retail and eating establishments, a Doodle Bugs! Children’s Center, a Lowes and a 119 room Home2 Suites Hotel by Hilton, the 130 acre accumulative project is scheduled to be completed in four stages with the CineMark Theater planned for opening in late 2013. “We are making good progress,” said Gigliotti, company vice president and project manager and excavator operator, during a site visit in fall 2012. “As we take down the structures, we sort out the bricks and concrete and the steel. We recycle the scrap steel and it goes out via Jeffery S. Bronowicz trucking.
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General C&D material goes to Ohio via Iron City Trucking, and we crush the brick and concrete into aggregate as site prep fill.” As we arrived on site, the crew was lifting a skid steer loader to the second floor level to make moving material from within the building, easier. The remainder of a two story dormitory unit and a side building were in the final stages of being torn down, with a third building already demolished. Within a few days, the rest of the site would be razed and the backfilling could begin. According to Chuck DeNinno, president and founder of Pittsburgh Demolition, Inc., the recyclable concrete and brick material will be crushed with a Kohlberg-Pioneer 2640 jaw crusher. “We like using the portable 2640 because it has plenty of power to do the job,” he said. “We have the ability to take long pieces of concrete and feed them into the jaw, and it just keeps crushing without hesitation.” DeNinno said that he has been in the C&D business for 27 years. “I was employed as a civil engineer by Allegheny County,” he told WHEN. “I had been responsible for letting contracts on C&D work and as I watched others and how they were progressing in that industry, I saw the need for a company that used more modern technologies to do demolition more efficiently. I knew I could do a better job. So in May 1986, I started out doing demolition jobs with rented equipment and have never looked back!” “We work with union crews out of the local halls and we have enough equipment that we can be working three projects at the same time,” he said. “Since we first began we have done some major projects in the Pittsburgh area including two power plants that we took down in 2009. We recently had three projects going on, the McCandless Crossing project, one in Blairsville, PA and a third one in Upper St. Clair, the former Consol Energy Headquarters Building, a four story office building, with each floor covering as much area as one and three quarters football fields. That building is down and we are currently crushing there.” Chuck recalled one of the most memorable and challenging projects was the recent completion of a project on Brunot Island, an island that is home to a Reliant Energy electrical power plant. The island, located in the Ohio River, on the western side of
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This Pemberton Grapple has worked well for taking down the buildings formerly owned by a nearby college.
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and for environmental reasons as well. We began working on that project in November 2011, and using a CAT 340B Shear mounted on a CAT 345BL excavator, we were able to finish the job by February 2012. The mild winter last year was a big help, but the job went smoothly and we were finished very quickly.” For more information on Pittsburgh Demolition, Inc., contact them at 412-828-7528 or 412-7980717.
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has higher power density than hydraulics, and that’s why we selected a hydraulic solution to help our customers achieve substantial fuel savings. The 336E H also meets stringent Tier 4 Interim/Stage IIIB emission standards. It is extraordinarily quiet, too. So it’s a socially responsible machine for our customers to own, and they will sacrifice nothing in terms of performance, power, force, speed or production. Once more, the owning and operating costs for the 336E H are actually lower than the standard machine. That’s the value customers expect from Cat excavators.” “The 336E H is a game changer — the most revolutionary excavator to come to market in decades,” said Gary Stampanato, vice president of Caterpillar’s Excavation Division. “Customers aren’t going to choose the 336E H simply because it is sustainable. They will select it because it actually lowers their owning and operating costs, and maintains the performance of our industry leader, the 336E. Caterpillar has the most productive and fuel efficient excavator product line in the industry, and our customers are supported by the best dealers in the world. The 336E H extends our leadership, is the right thing to do for our customers and is a sign of great things to come.” Technology “Caterpillar’s corporate technology strategy centers on research and development in advancing technology to meet customers’ needs today, which is what the 336E H does,” said Tana Utley, Caterpillar’s chief technology officer and vice president of the Product Development and Global Technology Division.
“We’re also continuously working on innovations that we anticipate will meet their future needs. That’s why we’re continuing our research and development in electric hybrid technology too, which actually began our hybrid development path several years ago.” “Caterpillar has an extraordinary team of people working on hybrid technology solutions for the next generation of Cat hydraulic excavators,” added Gray. “They are from every corner of the world, are among the very best and brightest minds, and they are listening very closely to our customers. It’s exciting for me to see their enthusiasm for this project and the quality product they have developed in the 336E H, and we’re just getting started.” “I am absolutely confident our engineers will continue to discover and develop the best hybrid approaches for Caterpillar’s extensive line of equipment and applications, whether that’s some form of hydraulic or electric hybrid system or something as of yet unknown,” Utley added. “At Caterpillar, we don’t simply engage in creating new technologies like the hydraulic hybrid system just for technology’s sake, or simply to prove that we can. Our technology strategy’s focus never loses sight of what our research and development efforts can mean to our customers’ success today and in the future.” Since the introduction of the 300 Series in 1994, the family of excavators has become the industry standard in a large variety of general, quarry and heavy construction applications. Caterpillar introduced the standard 336E in 2010 as a direct replacement for the 336D. The 336E was introduced primarily to meet Tier 4 Interim/Stage IIIB emissions standards, and like any new Cat machine, the 336E includes several enhancements over its predecessor, including more horsepower with greater fuel efficiency, more lift capability, higher digging force and automatic aftertreatment regeneration.
The 336E H has all of the same powerful advantages of the 336E with the biggest difference between the two models being even greater fuel efficiency. To achieve added fuel savings, the design of the 336E H uses three building block technologies that: 1. Conserve fuel with engine power management via the Cat Electronic Standardized Programmable (ESP) pump, which smoothly transitions between the hydraulic hybrid power sources, engine and accumulator; 2. Optimize performance using restriction management via the patented Cat Adaptive Control System (ACS) valve, which intelligently manages restrictions and flows to seamlessly control machine motion with no loss of power, and to ensure operators experience no difference in control, hydraulic power or lift capability; and 3. Reuse energy via the hydraulic hybrid swing system, which captures the excavator’s upper structure swing brake energy in accumulators, and then releases the energy during swing acceleration. Fuel savings The 336E H delivers industry leading productivity with up to 50 percent greater fuel efficiency, which is measured in tons per liter, over the 336D. Customers can expect the 336E H to use up to 25 percent less fuel compared to a standard 336E, and up to 33 percent less fuel than the 330/336D. All three of the technology building blocks, Conserve, Optimize and Reuse, are integrated together to maximize fuel savings in a variety of applications. Even in low intensity swing applications, customers will still experience significant fuel savings because of the Conserve and Optimize technologies. (Additional factors, such as operator skill and jobsite conditions, also affect fuel savings.) Return on hybrid investment Because the 336E H burns less fuel and reduces regulated engine emissions, owning and
operating costs will be dramatically lower compared to the standard machine, and its carbon footprint will be smaller, as well. Precisely when customers will recoup their initial investment in a 336E H depends on fuel prices and their applications. Assuming today’s fuel prices and a high production application for a 336E H, Caterpillar estimates customers can realistically expect to see a return on their investment for the hybrid excavator model in as little as one year. Durable and reliable Caterpillar designed the 336E H to deliver the same durability and reliability customers expect of all Cat machines, including large excavators like the standard 336E. The design of the 336E H uses Cat hydraulic components with a long track record of proven durability and reliability for maximum uptime and productivity. Also like a standard machine, 336E H components can be replaced or rebuilt to maximize the hybrid’s service life. Validation Customers have been using field follow machines, which are first production machines built for customer acceptance testing, to validate fuel burn, controllability, reliability and performance of the 336E H. In a formal production study completed in August 2012, results were impressive, including greater fuel efficiency and lower cab and spectator noise levels than the 336E and 336D. Additionally, the ACS valve, which intelligently manages restrictions and flows to seamlessly control machine motion, has been in the field since 2008 with superior performance and reliability. The ACS and hybrid system have also proven to work well together to maximize performance and controllability of work tools, including hammers, shears and grapples. Product support and dealer readiness Customer support for the 336E H is provided exclusively by the on the ground support of Caterpillar’s worldwide dealer
network. For decades, Cat dealers have made significant and substantial investments in facilities, people and expertise to support Cat excavators, including the new 336E H. Cat dealers know and understand hydraulics, and are prepared to consult with customers to help determine which Cat excavator model, whether hybrid or standard, is the best match for a customer. Dealers are also equipped with tools developed by Caterpillar that help them weigh factors into their recommendations, including a customer’s projected equipment use, budget and anticipated years of ownership to help ensure the proper decision. The 336E H can also be bundled with extended warranties and service contracts. Caterpillar position on technology According to Utley, it is the company’s vertical integration and broad technology portfolio, coupled with its wide range of application experience that enable Caterpillar to select and develop the optimal technologies for each Cat machine and varied customer applications. “Our commitment is to match technologies to customer value,” she said. “That means Caterpillar will include hybrid elements in machines where it is evident those elements are the most efficient and effective means of improving value to our customers, which is definitely what we’ve done with the 336E H.” “Hybrid technology is a key element of our customer focused technology portfolio, and so are our next generation powertrains, autonomy, alternative fuels, and engine emissions and efficiency,” Utley added. “The new hydraulic hybrid technology Caterpillar developed for the 336E H is an outstanding example of the results we’re achieving from our technology strategy. It provides a critical bridge as we continue to research, develop and build the technologies of the future technologies that will help ensure our customers’ business success.”
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The new SuitCase XTREME 12VS' new features include improved wire feed speed control and an improved wire delivery system for feeding accuracy and consistency. plications such as pipe welding that may require the welder to adjust wire feed speed for changing joint geometries or positions without having to stop and change settings. This feature requires a dual schedule gun or switch (sold separately). This new product retains features that have made the SuitCase line of wire feeders the standard for outdoor/portable MIG and Flux cored welding applications, including SunVision™ digital meters that display voltage and wire feed speed and can be seen even in bright sunlight; an extremely portable and reliable polypropylene case with built-in slide rails and the ability to open the door to change wire in the vertical position; and potted and trayed main printed circuit boards to ensure reliability even in harsh outdoor environments. The new SuitCase X-TREME 12VS is compatible with CC or CV DC power sources or engine driven welder/generators. For more information visit MillerWelds.com. Miller Electric Mfg. Co., headquartered in Appleton, WI, is a leading worldwide manufacturer of Miller brand arc welding products and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Illinois Tool Works Inc. (NYSE: ITW). For more information, visit Miller’s website at www.MillerWelds.com, call 800-4-A-Miller (800426-4553), e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 877-327-8132 or write to Miller Electric Mfg. Co., P.O. Box 100, Lithonia, GA 30058.
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MARCH 6-7, 2013 Wednesday 8-4 • Thursday 8-3
• NY State Fairgrounds • Syracuse, NY
Make Your Plans Now to Attend or Exhibit at The Largest Heavy Construction Equipment Show East of the Mississippi! A-Verdi • 2, 3, 4 Admar Supply • A-2 ADR / JB • 43 Anderson Equipment Co • A-3 Antwerp Machine & Repair • 5 Asphalt Zipper • 14 Atlas Fence • 32, 33 Auctions International • 20 Bad Dog Tools • 146 Bandit Industries • A-9C Bath Fitter • 147 Beam Mack Sales & Service Inc • H-19 Beck Equipment, Inc • A-9A Beka Max of America Inc • 51 Blair Supply Corp • 45 Bobcat of Central New York • A-14 Carpenter Industries • 13 Cazenovia Equipment Company • A-17, A-18 Clark Equipment • 85, 86 ClearSpan Fabric Structures • 102 Clinton Tractor & Imp. Co • H-23 CNY Farm Supply • H-29 Commonwealth Equipment Corp • 1 Concrete Raising of Upstate NY • 80 Conviber • 16 Corfu Machine Co., Inc • 78 Curry Supply • 81 D-A Lubricant Co Inc • 49 D&J Construction East LLC • 18 D&W Diesel, Inc • 31 Design Crete of America • 29, 30 EJ USA Inc • 19 Emerald Equipment Systems • 42, B7 Enterprising Europa Inc • 82, 83 Featherstone Supply • 50 Feher Rubbish Removal • 79 Ferguson Waterworks • 9 Five Star Equipment, Inc • 76, 77, A-23 Foland Sales, Inc • 57 Gorilla Hydraulic Breakers • 54 Haun Welding Supply Inc • A-6 HD Supply Water Works Ltd • 12 Hoyt Wire Cloth • 52 Hydrograss Corp • H-1 Independent Field Service LLC • H-21, H-22 JBS Dirt Inc • B-12, B-12A J.C. Smith, Inc • A-20, 62 J&J Equipment, LLC • A-8 Johns Argo Sales • H-2
Jones Specialty Services Group • 46 Kepner Equipment, Inc • 23 Keystone Precision Instruments • 100, 101 Kimbers Inc • A-13 Kraft Power Corp • H-24 Krown Rust Control • 6 Kurtz Truck Equipment • A-19 Liftech Equipment Companies • A-16 Linemen’s Supply, Inc • H-27, H-28 Mabey, Inc • 58 McQuade & Bannigan • 48 Milton Cat • A-1 Modern Welding School • 87 Montage Enterprises • 75 MS Unlimited • A-23 NYLICA • 55 Perkins Power NE • 61 Progressive Commercial Insurance • 7, 8 Pump Service & Supply • 26, 27 Quality Craft Tools • 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183 R. O. Allen & Son • 17 Rebex International Inc • 84 Roy Teitsworth, Inc • 11 S&S Tractor Parts, Inc • 15 S&W Services, Inc •149 Sandri Energy, LLC • 15A Satch Sales • A-5 Sefcu • 10 Specialty Tire Inc • 21, 22 Stadium International • A-7 Steel Sales Inc • 47 Stephenson Equipment • A-10, A-11, A-12 STS Trailer & Truck Equipment • H-20 Superior Plus Energy Services • 74 Toku America, Inc • 41 Tracey Road Equipment • A-24, A-25 Trackman • 34, 35 Traffic Safety Products • 21, 25 Tregaskis Agency • 56 Trux Outfitter • A-27A Universal Horizontal Directional Drilling • A-9B Valley Tire Company • A-22 Vantage Equipment • A-15 Vellano Bros. Inc • 53, 54 White’s Farm Supply, Inc • A-4 Yacano’s Gradall Sales • B-11 SKID STEER RODEO SPONSORSHIPS Cazenovia Equipment Company - Platinum
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Terex® Environmental Equipment (TEE) has launched a dedicated customer focused and user friendly website (www.terex.com/environmental-equipment) specifically for the extensive washing product range. The dedicated website is in conjunction with the name change from Terex Woodsman to Terex Environmental Equipment. TEE is now the single provider of wood processing and environmental equipment within Terex and offers a broad product portfolio, including: arborist hand fed chippers, biomass chippers and trommels. We will also be looking to expand our distribution by leveraging other Terex business segments in to the rental markets. All TEE products will be
manufactured at Terex Corporation’s Farwell facility with the exception of the trommel line which will be manufactured in Dungannon in Northern Ireland. Technical support and parts will also be managed from the Farwell facility. The website provides customers and distributors with fast, efficient and easily accessible information, when and where they need it. The site’s design is clean and simple to help users intuitively navigate to the content they want. Barry DeLau II, general manager of Terex Environmental Equipment, states: “We identified the need to create a dedicated website for the TEE business line to support our customers and dealers. The new TEE website is de-
signed to meet the needs of prospective and current customers who are looking for Terex environmental equipment and other product information. Within a couple of mouse clicks, customers can find the latest news, events and marketing information they need. With its clean, uncluttered design, this site provides rich and dynamic content focused on providing easy access to our products and services.” For more information on Terex Woodsman products please contact Louise McDonald, Marketing Executive, 1250 Commerce Dr., Farwell, MI 48622. Call toll free at 800-953-5532 or Philippa Fisher, Group Marketing manager on +44 (0)7799 437230. Vis-
it our website www.terex.com/environmental-equipment. Terex Corporation is a diversified global manufacturer of a broad range of equipment that is focused on delivering reliable, customer driven solutions for many applications, including the construction, infrastructure, quarrying, mining, shipping, transportation, refining, energy, utility and manufacturing industries. Terex reports in five business segments: Aerial Work Platforms; Construction, Cranes; Material Handling, Port Solutions,and Materials Processing. Terex offers financial products and services to assist in the acquisition of equipment through Terex Financial Services. More information can be found at www.terex.com.
Fecon introduces self-contained drilling support trailer Fecon introduces the GL14 Support Trailer, a self-contained Grouting and/or Mud Drilling support system for your drilling applications. The Fecon GL14 is an efficient work station for grout, mud mixing and pumping operations. Hydraulic lift assist ramps allow easy access to features like the 200 gallon water supply tank for back flushing and cleaning, 58 gallon hopper for grout mixing and 500-feet of grout line hose reel capacity. The GL14 Support Trailer also has lockable storage for tools and drill rods. With everything fitting on a 6-foot x 14-foot flatbed trailer, the GL14 can be towed by truck or by the Fecon GL300 Drill Rig, it also has four wheel brakes which allows for safe highway towing. The Fecon GL300 Drill and
GL14 Support Trailer together provide “The Hole Solution” for geothermal ground loop installation. Fecon, Inc. was established in 1992 near Cincinnati, Ohio and originally produced horizontal grinders and other wood processing equipment. Fecon now manufactures forestry Track Carriers, forestry mulching attachments and general forestry attachments for vegetation management and wood to energy biomass industries and a seismic and geothermal drilling line. Their Bull Hog mulcher is the No. 1 selling forestry mulcher. If you’d like more information about Fecon Drilling Products please call Courtney Shafer at 513-696-4430 or email at email@example.com.
The Fecon GL14 is an efficient work station for grout, mud mixing and pumping operations.
Kawasaki from 22 up” pedal to make access/egress easier. The standard, comfortable air ride seat is fully adjustable and available in a heated version for colder climates. Ample storage is available either in the thermal storage box, the dual cup holders or the large storage shelf behind the seat. The HVAC system is fully automatic and provides outstanding airflow to keep the operator cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Service is easy on the 80Z7 with wide access, gull wing engine doors and swing-out cooler cores. Oil change intervals for the engine have been increased to 500 hours from 250 hours when using CJ4 low ash oil. And the hydraulic oil change has been increased to 4000 hours from 2000 hours when using non-zinc hydraulic oil. Plus the bucket linkage pins are all equipped with patented HN bushings that are oil impregnated to extend pin lubri-
cation intervals up to as much as 500 hours. Sight gauges for the hydraulic oil, transmission oil and coolant level make system checks easy. Ground level fill for fuel, hydraulic and transmission fluids is very convenient. Diagnostic capability is outstanding through the onboard systems that allow the operator to receive diagnostic codes easily as well as to make adjustments to a wide range of functions and systems. This advanced system not only makes troubleshooting easier but it allows the machine to adapt to a wide range of operating conditions and operator preferences. The Kawasaki 80Z7 is a versatile machine that is popular in a wide range of applications. The full range of construction, refuse, logging, scrap, agriculture and plant operations. The quickness and agility of this machine make it very productive. The power and comfort make
it an operator’s choice. Kawasaki is the oldest ongoing manufacturer of rubber-tired, articulated,
wheel loaders in the world, serving North America for over 30 years through its extensive, in-
dependent dealer network. For information on the 80Z7 wheel loader and all other Z7 Kawasa-
ki wheel loaders visit www.kawasakiloaders.co m/80Z7.
The Kawasaki 80Z7 is a versatile machine that is popular in a wide range of applications.
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Terex Environmental Equipment launches website
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