The city of Walla Walla, in the southeast corner of the Sate of Washington, became the first municipality in the United States to own and operate a Revolver screening system.
Their RT508 is equipped with a plant mounted overs conveyor, two extra drums and Caterpillar power and operates in conjunction with a Revolver CHR4030 portable radial stacker.
At its Sudbury landfill facility, the City will use the screening system to process and produce the grades of compost required for public and private use.
WGG Construction from Wawota, Saskatchewan is the latest Revolver customer in Western Canada.
The RT508 is paired with two Revolver CHR4030 portable radial stackers and equipped with three extra drums.
Company owner Greg Wilson was impressed by the portability and versatility of the Revolver system to screen his gravel and topsoil requirements.
Environmental Processing Equipment from Wadsworth, Ohio in conjunction with RentEquip from Medina, Ohio are the new dealers for the Ohio area. With years of experience in the materials processing industry, Stephen Forker has plans to promote the Revolver trommels throughout the state. Rentals will be available from RentEquip an established and well known rental company in the area.
The summer months of 2016 proved productive in Ontario for Revolver Screening Systems as more and more contractors have seen the benefits of the RT508 portable trommel screening plant.
Bennett Mechanical from Millgrove, Ontario put their new RT508 to good use at the City of Toronto Harris Water Treatment facility at the Scarborough bluffs on Lake Ontario.
Total-Pave, Inc from Mississauga purchased a new RT508 with a plant mounted overs conveyor and a new Revolver CHR4030 portable radial stacker to process topsoil at their facility near Derry Road and Hwy. 407.
Gerry Villachi, from Villachi's Garden Center in Scarborough, had out grown his previous screening plant and opted for a new RT508 to process their topsoil.
W & G Landscaping from Trent Lakes near Bobcaygeon, Ontario preferred a Caterpillar C2.2 diesel in their recently purchased RT508 portable trommel screen.
Wemp & Smith Construction from Kingston, Ontario are now the fourth contractor near Prince Edward County, Ontario to own a new RT508 Revolver trommel.
It was the portability aspect of the RT508 that persuaded Bob Cole, owner and operator of Cole Trucking and Bobcat Service to purchase the Revolver RT508.
Kaslo, British Columbia, in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, is the home of Stan Baker Trucking. It is also the setting for a tough application for the Revolver RT508 portable trommel.
Heavy topsoil loaded with rock was the material, a difficult processing job for the biggest of plants. The RT508, fitted with a 5/8" mesh and equipped with the plant mounted overs conveyor, was accompanied by the Revolver CHR4030 radial stacker. Production expectations were exceeded and the end product was of such a high quality that the local municipality committed to take almost all of the rest of the year's production.
Stan Baker also opted to take several heavier "aggregate style" drums with larger screen sizes to process the stone required for local road jobs in and around the central British Columbia area. The very portable RT508 makes taking the plant to the material a viable alternative and a very efficient proposition.
Thomann Asphalt Paving, a long established corporation from Lancaster, NY became the first Revolver RT508 owner from Western New York. This family owned company services the topsoil industry in and around the Buffalo area and had been using a conventional vibratory screening plant to produce material not only for its own use but for the wholesale and retail market within 50 square miles.
Demand for their material was such that the only viable alternative was to purchase a portable trommel screen and, after extensive research, the only plant that met their expectations was the RT508 equipped with the plant mounted, hydraulic folding overs conveyor.
A. Montano Company of Saugerties, NY is now the dealer for Revolver products for Eastern New York. This progressive sales and rental company, located off of Interstate 87 between New York City and Albany, has been long established and well respected in the area for over 20 years.
Demand for efficient, portable topsoil screening equipment was such that they added the Revolver Trommel line to their rental fleet to accommodate this growing market.
Jacksonville, Florida was the venue for the U.S. Compost Council 24th. annual convention and trade show January 25 - 28, 2016.
Manufacturers from North America and Europe had their material screening and processing equipment in operation and on show at the "demo day" in front of attendees from all around the world.
Sand Science, the Revolver dealer for Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas, supplied a new RT508 for the occasion. Equipped with a plant mounted, hydraulically folding overs conveyor, this fully portable and very productive trommel screening plant was the success story of the day. Despite the wet, rainy conditions and heavy material, the RT508 efficiently produced a clean, saleable product at a substantially less cost per yard than the imported machines. The overs material was effectively removed and stockpiled drawing comments, from all who watched, on how well the plant performed.
Bentonville, Arkansas is the home of Walmart and is where Crossmar DC111 Equipment put their new RT508 into operation. Based in neighbouring Rogers, AR, Crossmar develops and builds commercial subdivisions all across the Midwest. Production manager Chris Jessee opted for the optional plant mounted, variable speed overs conveyor with the heavy duty cleated belt and high impact bed. Portability, versatility and a very good rate of production were the features that attracted Chris to the Revolver RT508.
Fort Indiantown Gap near Grantville, PA is the first military base in The United States to see the value in a new Revolver RT508 portable trommel screening plant. Sold and serviced by Stouffer Equipment, the RT508 will be used primarily to screen topsoil and compost that is used all over the base.
Raisanen Homes Elite, a builder and developer from Nashua, New Hampshire is the latest contractor from New England to purchase a new Revolver RT508. Sold and serviced by J & T Equipment, the RT508's portability and high rates of production were the features that most attracted Richard Raisanen to the machine. The optional extra drum purchased with the trommel makes the plant a very versatile piece of equipment.
Revolver's Maritime dealer, T.G. Mac Sales from Pictou County, Nova Scotia, added to Revolver's tally of portable trommel screens in Eastern Canada by putting an RT508 into service with Nova Scotia's biggest recycling contractor as well as taking a plant for stock.
Halifax C and D Recycling produces animal bedding from recycled wood waste and will use the Revolver at its location in Milford, Nova Scotia to screen out the excess fines before the final grind. Screening bio solids will also an important application for the RT508.
Jeff Brown, owner and operator of J. Brown Inc. a landscaping company from Harwich Mass. are the first owners of a new RT508 in the Cape Cod area. The plant was sold and is serviced by J & T Equipment from East Kingston, NH the Revolver dealer for New England.
After successfully installing a new RT508 this summer in Rhode Island, J & T Equipment, the Revolver dealer from East Kingston, NH, put another Revolver into service in Connecticut along with a new CHR4030 Revolver stacker. Gaston Cyr from Cyr Construction of Plainfield, CT purchased this Revolver package to screen ice control sand and to process topsoil utilising an extra "quick change" drum.