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Another Revolver RT508 for Saskatchewan

TLC, The Landscape Company, from Lloydminster, are the third contractor in Saskatchewan to own and operate a new Revolver RT508. Jason Bugiera, owner of TLC, was impressed with the production and portability of the plant and is convinced that it is a great addition to his equipment fleet to service the area in and around Lloydminster.


Niagara Peninsula, Ontario contractor chooses Revolver

Syl Vaillancourt, owner and operator of Touchstone Site Contractors from Thorold, Ontario near Niagara Falls decided on a new Revolver portable trommel screen. Syl replaced his vibratory screen with the RT508 for increased production, less re-handling and a substantially better cost per yard of material produced. Portability and manufactured in Canada were also major major factors in choosing the RT508.


First Revolver for Alberta

MacQueen Playground Installations (MPI) from Spruce Grove, Alberta just west of Edmonton is the first Alberta contractor to own a new Revolver RT508.

MPI specialise not only in playground installations but also in the construction of baseball parks and other sports facilities. Troy MacQueen, owner of MPI visited the Revolver factory in Ontario, liked what he saw and had no hesitation in purchasing the Revolver trommel.

Typically MPI processes the stripped sod through the RT508 to remove access soil that previously had been trucked away and dumped.


Double header for Revolver in Saskatchewan

Kalron Construction from Regina and McKee's Trenching & Excavating of Strasbourg are the first contractors from Saskatchewan to own new Revolver RT508 portable trommel screening plants. Jim McKee uses the RT508 to process topsoil and utilises an extra drum with the "quick drum change" feature for sand screening.

Ron Kalaman, owner of Kalron, thoroughly researched the trommel screen market for a plant to process his topsoil, decided on the Revolver RT508 and is extremely happy with his choice.


New Revolver dealership for Long Island, New York City and vicinity

K & M Equipment from Moriches on Long Island, New York is the latest dealer to join Revolver's network of distributors. Brothers Matt and KJ Cartalemi, owners of K & M, have a wide background in the material processing equipment industry and are convinced the Revolver RT508 is a good fit for Long Island contractors as well as the tight spaces in New York City.

K & M will service Long Island, New York City and several counties north to the Connecticut state line.


Revolver's customer base continues to expand in Southwest Ontario

Hogg Construction from Thamesford, are the latest Southern Ontario contractor to join the list of satisfied Revolver RT508 customers.

Greg and Alan Hogg, the father and son team who own and operate this well respected excavating and construction company, were impressed by the mobility and high production of the RT508. After speaking to other Revolver customers and watching the trommel in operation, the choice was never in doubt.


A First Revolver for the Maritimes

Fraser Landscaping from Moncton, New Brunswick are the first contractors in The Maritime Provinces to purchase a new Revolver RT508 portable trommel screen. Company owner Kevin Fraser had struggled to process his topsoil through a conventional shaker deck plant and has been impressed by the Revolver's production and quality of product.


A Second Revolver for Prince Edward County, Ontario

Terry Hunt owner of Hunt's landscaping from Carrying Place, Ontario replaced his U.K. built trommel for the Revolver RT508, manufactured in Ontario to heavy duty North American standards. Durability, portability and the overall rugged features of the RT508, according to Terry, made his decision an easy one.


Revolver dealer network expands to New England

J & T Woodgrinding Equipment from East Kingston, NH has taken delivery of two new 2015 Revolver RT508 portable screening plants equipped with Caterpillar diesel engines.

Jonathan Kalinoski, owner of J & T, expects a great response for the Revolver trommels pointing out that this size plant fills a niche that many contractors are looking for. Portability, high production and state of the art controls make this a very attractive plant for landscapers and topsoil producers.

J & T will be providing sales and after sales parts and service for New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island.


Prince Edward County contractor opts for Revolver

Black River Sand & Gravel from Milford in Prince Edward County, near Picton, Ontario purchased a new Revolver RT508 mainly to process their topsoil but will be screening sand and stone in their gravel pit. Owner operators Bill and Paul Creasy liked the idea of an Ontario built plant and were impressed by the Revolver's production rate, versatility and quick mobilisation time.


Revolver expands into the Midwest

Down Range Recovery from Rapid City, SD specialise in processing material from shooting ranges all across the Midwest. The lead from spent bullets is reclaimed for further processing. Trent Sheeder, the company foreman and team leader, was impressed by the production rate even with such a small screen opening. The quick mobilisation time and easy transportaion were also major factors in their decision to go with Revolver. The training facility for the Sioux City, Iowa police department was the location for this particular job.


Another RT508 goes into operation

Arnie Sadler, owner of All Seasons Landscaping from Parkhill in Western Ontario, after researching what was available for portable trommel screens decided on the Revolver RT508. Versatility, mobility and high production in a compact size were all factors in his decision. All Seasons is an established, well respected contractor servicing the areas around the southeastern shores of Lake Huron.


Revolver Dealer network expands.

Due to the recent success of the RT508, dealers from across Canada and the United States have joined our growing network to provide sales and after sales parts and service.

Primary Equipment from Sudbury, Ontario and Keast Equipment of Winnipeg, Manitoba have joined with Lagan Valley Equipment to service Manitoba and Ontario. T.G. Mac Sales in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia round out Revolver's coverage of Eastern Canada. Plans are now being made to expand further into the Western Canadian provinces.

Sand Science from Points South, South Carolina has joined our team to provide sales and service to the South Eastern United States. Stouffer Equipment located in Grantville near Hershey, Pennsylvania will cover Pennsylvania, New Jersey and northern Virginia.

The demand for Revolver products is such that negotiations are under way to increase our dealer network and promote our equipment all across the U.S.


Revolver tackles recycling application west of Toronto, Ontario.

Associate Maintenance from Georgetown, Ontario under contract to the Peel District School board to maintain sports fields in schools all around the Missisauga area west of Toronto airport, had been stripping, hauling and dumping materials removed from running tracks and soccer fields. Al Tantalo, president of Associate Maintenance, when introduced to the very versatile and very portable Revolver RT508, saw the advantage of screening and respreading these material as opposed to the previous expensive time consuming methods. Easily moved from site to site with a very short set up time made the RT508, equipped with an optional extra drum, the obvious choice.

Video: Revolver RT508 recycling aggregate material


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