King Of Prussia Equipment Holds 2019 Service School for MQ-Whiteman Trowels

Mon December 09, 2019 - Northeast Edition #25
King of Prussia Equipment

Representatives from King of Prussia Equipment Corp.; E & G Concrete; Neuber Concrete; B. Pietrini & Sons; Gentile Concrete Construction; Fabbri Concrete; and Creek Side Concrete attended the seminar.
Representatives from King of Prussia Equipment Corp.; E & G Concrete; Neuber Concrete; B. Pietrini & Sons; Gentile Concrete Construction; Fabbri Concrete; and Creek Side Concrete attended the seminar.
Representatives from King of Prussia Equipment Corp.; E & G Concrete; Neuber Concrete; B. Pietrini & Sons; Gentile Concrete Construction; Fabbri Concrete; and Creek Side Concrete attended the seminar. MQ Field Service Manager Derek Adams (L) demonstrates how to use the WST (Whiteman Service Tool) with his laptop computer to diagnose a Whiteman STXD6i 10 ft. hydrostatic ride-trowel. Derek Adams points out the necessary settings needed to make adjustments.


On Nov. 2, 2019, King of Prussia Equip. Corp. held a one-day service school of MQ-Whiteman ride-on power trowels. Derek Adams, MQ field service manager of the northeast United States and eastern Canada instructed the school.

The service school started at 8:00 a.m. with King of Prussia Equipment Corp. supplying coffee and donuts as Adams was presenting a power point on Multiquip-Whiteman ride-on trowels and proper servicing such as the operation and functionality of the Smart Pitch System, cold start modes, correct hydraulic oil and the necessity to use Donaldson and Zigna hydraulic filters.

Adams spoke of the factory MCU set-up software and parameter update installation. The power point ended with the thrust bearing assembly issues and future updates.

After lunch, which was provided by King of Prussia Equipment, Adams conducted a summarized "hands-on" training on a Whiteman STXD6i 10 ft. rider and with the WST (Whiteman Service Tool). Adams showed how to do the proper adjustments for calibrating, smart pitch operation, setting correct blade speed and testing main drive circuit reliefs, all done with a laptop setup of the WST.

The class ended around 2:00 p.m. with a question and answer session. MQ-Whiteman provided each attendee with a flash drive and all necessary handout for servicing and diagnosing the hydrostatic ride-on trowels. Multiquip-Whiteman provided door prizes of $25 Starbuck gift cards for each attendee.

King of Prussia Equipment provides annual service seminars of the manufacturers it represents. King of Prussia Equipment not only sells equipment, but sells parts and accessories, does service/repairs and has large inventory of concrete equipment available for rentals.

The companies represented at the King of Prussia Equipment/MQ-Seminar included:

  • King of Prussia Equipment Corp., King of Prussia, Pa.
  • E & G Concrete, Stevens, Pa.
  • Neuber Concrete, Phoenixville, Pa.
  • B. Pietrini & Sons, King of Prussia, Pa.
  • Gentile Concrete Construction, Langhorne, Pa.
  • Fabbri Concrete, Vineland, N.J.
  • Creek Side Concrete, Wyoming, Pa.