GECON Offers Solutions for Various, Diverse Applications

In 2005, Larry Giberson founded his company, Giberson Enterprises of Shamong, N.J., with essentially one key product — the Eco-Crusher.

📅   Wed May 13, 2015 - Northeast Edition
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Simex’s double-drum excavator mounted cutter heads for grinding is the only cutter head in the world with the motor inside the drums. This machine is direct drive, with no gearbox or chains, thus increasing torque and reducing wear.
Simex’s double-drum excavator mounted cutter heads for grinding is the only cutter head in the world with the motor inside the drums. This machine is direct drive, with no gearbox or chains, thus increasing torque and reducing wear.
Simex’s double-drum excavator mounted cutter heads for grinding is the only cutter head in the world with the motor inside the drums. This machine is direct drive, with no gearbox or chains, thus increasing torque and reducing wear. The GECON model SS recycler is a skid steer-mounted bucket crusher for small volume, onsite processing. Simex boom-mounted vibrating plate compactors. The Asphalt Float is a popular labor-saving attachment that hooks to any skid steer for backfilling trenches and paving them. The Asphalt Float PIC has an adjustable screed that allows the asphalt to be left higher for compaction. There also is an option to have a screed with a block out to grade or asphalt sub-grades. GECON crusher buckets are available in a wide variety of designs and sizes including rotary, jaw, and impact crusher buckets.  Each bucket category is designed for specific applications. GECON offers five jaw sizes and 14 rotary sizes to specifically meet GECON crusher buckets are available in a wide variety of designs and sizes including rotary, jaw, and impact crusher buckets.  Each bucket category is designed for specific applications. GECON offers five jaw sizes and 14 rotary sizes to specifically meet The Simex MP1000 planer is 40-in. (101.6 cm) attachment that has a wide variety of applications for grinding concrete, including tunnel walls, resurfacing locks, or any type of wall resurfacing when depth control is critical. Among the screening buckets GECON offers is Remu multi-functional screening bucket, which is ideal for padding, mixing, separating and crushing. The company also carries basket, riddling and flipping styles for different applications. Hydraulic hammers available in a variety of sizes to meet breaker needs also are available. GECON has multiple size extreme-duty excavator-attached concrete pulverizers. Mechanical and hydraulic powered units are available. GECON crusher buckets are available in a wide variety of designs and sizes including rotary, jaw, and impact crusher buckets.  Each bucket category is designed for specific applications. GECON offers five jaw sizes and 14 rotary sizes to specifically meet Screening buckets, including disc screeners, basket screeners, vibratory screeners and flipping screeners are available and allow one-stop comparisons. The Simex PL4025 skid steer attached planing system mills asphalt and concrete and conveys away the millings, placing them in a windrow. The Simex T300 skid steer-mounted wheel saw can dry cut asphalt up to 800 ft. (244 m) per hour with wear costs as low as .05 cents per ft., according to GECON.

In 2005, Larry Giberson founded his company, Giberson Enterprises of Shamong, N.J., with essentially one key product — the Eco-Crusher. Not long after, his new company became the number one distributor in the world for this jaw crusher bucket.

When something proves that successful for customers, they can sometimes begin asking, “what else can you provide to help me get my job done faster and more productively?” Larry Giberson responded by providing customers with just that — more options and products.

Giberson expanded to support customers in niche markets outside of the crusher buckets, including screener buckets, pulverizers, hydraulic breakers, and specialty attachments used in the recycling, paving and forestry industries.

Customers were pleased with the additions but were asking for even more robust demolition tools that would hold up in severe-duty niche markets. That led Giberson to search for additional high quality attachments manufacturers, such as Simex and others, and they have become known as application specialists for attachments for all onsite processing of materials.

Today, Giberson Enterprises, now doing business as GECON Attachments, offers a wide variety of products.

For more information, visit www.specialtyattachments.com or call 609/268-3451.