Iron Gets Second, Third Life at Sennebogen Rebuild Event

Fri October 11, 2013 - Midwest Edition
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Gary Hammond (L), Howell Tractor and Katie Morgan, Mi-Jack Products, admire this Kawasaki 115ZIV-2 complete rebuild on display.
Gary Hammond (L), Howell Tractor and Katie Morgan, Mi-Jack Products, admire this Kawasaki 115ZIV-2 complete rebuild on display.
Gary Hammond (L), Howell Tractor and Katie Morgan, Mi-Jack Products, admire this Kawasaki 115ZIV-2 complete rebuild on display. Sennebogen components inside the Gary, Ind., Howell shop. Bob Byrne (L), Howell Tractor, and Brad Rosynek, Simms Metal Management, catch up during the Sennebogen Rebuild Luncheon. (L-R): Ed Front, Scoria Iron Processing; Phil Linoski, Howell Tractor; and Frank Calomino, Mi-Jack Products, check out the equipment on display. Larry Macuga (L), Central Rent-A-Crane and Gary Hammond, Howell Tractor, discuss the Rebuild equipment.

Customers looking for the opportunity to get a second and third life out of their machinery were welcomed to Howell Tractor & Equipment’s Rebuild Luncheon in Gary, Ind., on Sept. 20. People that attended included representatives from the steel mills, mill support companies, local and national purchasing agents.

The day featured equipment on display, such as 850M Sennebogen rebuilds, a Kawasaki 115ZIV-2 complete rebuild, and Hitachi 450 W/ Model 6000 surestrike hammer, video presentations, Kawasaki, Sennebogen and Howell Tractor gear, and a BBQ lunch.

Peace of mind is offered by Howell with the 12 months/2000 hour warranty on the Sennebogen rebuilds and the opportunity to purchase extended warranties as well. In order to keep production running over the approximate 10 weeks it takes to have a machine completely rebuilt Howell Tractor offers rental options to keep production at capacity.