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IROCK Crushers to Be Re-Broadcasted Dec. 5

Thu December 03, 2009 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


IROCK Crushers will be featured on 21st Century Business on Fox Business Network on Dec. 5 at 5 p.m., eastern standard time, in the top 100 major metropolitan areas in the United States.

The first one of the presentation also can be seen on YouTube at www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKD3jrak7hM and second part can seen on www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEKOplyo-xs.

Recycling concrete, asphalt and demolition debris is a hot topic today and IROCK President Ken Taylor and the team have created a video that demonstrates how IROCK Crushers is addressing this market opportunity for its customers by building a machine that is specifically designed to handle the daily challenges customers face in recycling concrete, asphalt and demolition debris.

“IROCK Crushers LLC is recognized in the industry for the quality and durability of their crushers. IROCK Crushers are built with the highest quality components available, including a heavy-duty chassis, oversized shafts and bearings, class II gear boxes, Caterpillar diesel engines, and many other unique features. Combining these features with the standard crusher discharge “ROCK BOX” and the patented Hydraset hopper system, IROCK customers can expect years of productive and reliable service from their equipment,” said Sean Donaghy, national sales manager, IROCK Crushers LLC.

JL Haber, vice president of programming at Multi Media Productions, added, “IROCK Crushers is an exciting company with a unique mission. We are excited to have them as a guest on our program.”

For more information on Hydraset hoppers or other products made by IROCK Crushers, call Sean Donaghy at 866/240-0201 or visit www.irockcrushers.com.




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