Hawthorne CAT Showcases HEATWURX Technology

The HEATWURX technology gets a warm reception at the demo event.

Thu May 02, 2013 - West Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


(L-R): Dennis Beede, Marathon General; Steve Gallant, Marathon General and Art Athans, Hawthorne CAT, enjoy the nice weather the day brought for the event.
(L-R): Dennis Beede, Marathon General; Steve Gallant, Marathon General and Art Athans, Hawthorne CAT, enjoy the nice weather the day brought for the event.
(L-R): Dennis Beede, Marathon General; Steve Gallant, Marathon General and Art Athans, Hawthorne CAT, enjoy the nice weather the day brought for the event. (L-R): Matt Higgins, Hawthorne CAT, speaks with Charles Peters, Dustin Firnhaber and Ryan Peters, all of Peters Paving. (L-R): HEATWURX’s Adrian Jacobs, Henry Simpson and Justin Tanner were on hand during the demo. Nick Roque (L) and John Maashoff, both from the city of Carlsbad, have come to see what HEATWURX has to offer. The HWX-AP40 is easily attached to a skid steer with standard quick releases.

Hawthorne CAT held a demo event for customers to showcase the HEATWURX Innovative Asphalt Repair Technology on April 3 at 16945 Camino San Bernardo in San Diego, Calif. The event included a presentation and an on-site demo along with lunch.

HEATWURX is an eco-friendly and innovative asphalt repair technology that provides increased durability for any asphalt road or parking lot at a much lower cost than traditional repair methods, according to the manufacturer.

For more information, call 800/437-4228 or visit http://www.heatwurx.com.




Today's top stories

Six Seemingly Small Ways to Make a Big Impact

D.J. McQuestion & Sons Fill U.S. 31 to I-94 Gap in Michigan

AGC Launches New Initiative to Address Climate Change

Crews Widening, Reconstructing One of Oldest Routes On East Coast

Solution Linkage Grade Control Offers Integrated Precision

Kirby-Smith Machinery Names John Arapidis New President and CEO

Topcon Signs Agreement With DDK Positioning to Provide GNSS Hardware for Maritime Market

Woman-Owned B&N Grading Enjoys Rapid Growth in N.C.


 






ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo