Once around The-Block
- Published: Wednesday, 13 June 2012 17:44
- Written by CP Staff
In 2005, German unit masonry machinery specialist KBH announced the global launch of surface-distressing equipment technology dubbed the “Dancing Weight System.” More recently, the manufacturer has tooled a mobile version allowing producers to deploy the system in multiple locations. The company can also rent the model on a “pay-per-cycle” basis.
In an effort to help customers achieve the best return on their business investment through greater productivity and improved safety, Hess Machinery announced the RH 760. A machine that offers cycle times in less than six seconds on a pallet of 26 ½ x 18 in. (660 x 470 mm), it nets concrete masonry units that can exceed ASTM and CSA standards.