Jewell Attachments recently delivered a PC 650 demolition machine to the ” Alex Fraser Group” of Melbourne, Australia. The versatile machine can be arranged in three different configurations to work at different levels and has the ability to use multiple tool’s. The highest of these arrangements incorporates a 12000# demolition tool at more the 80′of vertical reach. Alex Fraser is currently using this machines’ might on a series of low level demolition sites, but the beauty has high reach work scheduled for later in the year. So, stay tuned for additional updates.Leave a Comment »
January 4, 2012 | Author: Amy Maly | Brand: Genesis | Tags: building demolition, concrete demolition, concrete processor, excavator attachment, excavator shear, Genesis, Genesis Attachments, mobile shear | Comments (0)
It’s not a pretty sight for anyone who longs to see a rebirth of America’s manufacturing prowess. The once-sprawling Ford Loraine Assembly Plant, located on the shores of Lake Erie, has been closed since the mid-2000s and is a brutal reminder of the industry’s decline. While efforts to divide the four million square foot plant into separate, smaller, renovated parcels for new businesses are underway, more than a third of the total space is in such disrepair it’s been deemed beyond renovation and slated for demolition.
The firm heading up that demolition, Grafton, Ohio-based Sitetech, Inc., reports that having the right tools for the job—particularly a Genesis GXP 400 mobile shear and a Genesis LXP 300 Logix Processor—has helped them obtain demo rates as high as 40,000 sq. ft. per day, meet a demanding schedule and enable the plant to continue transitioning into a functional space.
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