(L-R, front): JR Mazur and Jimmy Nelson, both of GMAC Construction; Stewart Carr, Husqvarna Construction Products; Tim Burdenski and Jim Campbell, both of King of Prussia Equipment Corp. (L-R, back): Joseph Baicco, Remco Concrete; Edward Jaskula, Engelman Construction, Dave Bowes, Engelman Construction, Paul Jellen, Husqvarna Construction Products; Mitchell Morgan, Creek Side Concrete; Jaime Padilla, T&T Construction; Justin Gehman, E & G Concrete; and Kevin Wood, Fabbri Concrete.
King of Prussia Equipment and Husqvarna Construction Products held a one-day service seminar Nov. 3, 2018, for Husqvarna Soff-Cut saws and vacuums.
The service school started at 8 a.m. at King of Prussia Equipment's facility in King of Prussia, Pa. Thirteen mechanics from eight concrete construction companies in the tri-state region attended the training seminar.
Stewart Carr, northeast floor placement specialist, led off the event by instructing the class with a power point presentation of the full line of early entry dry saws, including Husqvarna Soff-Cut 150, 2000 and 4000 saws.
After the power point presentation, Stewart conducted a hands-on workshop of these saws. Each technician disassembled and re-assembled blade blocks for the saws in the shop service bay. After the workshop, Steward did a power point presentation on the Husqvarna line of vacuums. These vacuums are essential on job sites to comply with OSHA regulations for dust and slurry management. The Husqvarna Soff-Cut V1000 vacuum and the Husqvarna electric and propane vacuums and pre-separators were covered.
After the power point presentation, the class broke out for lunch and had pizza, snacks, soda and bottled water — all provided by King of Prussia Equipment Corp. After lunch, Stewart provided a hands-on workshop of vacuums in the service bay, emphasizing dust and slurry control. The service school ended around 3 p.m. with each participant receiving a "Goody" bag that included a shirt, shot glass, hat, double-ended permanent markers and a drink cup holder — all provided by Husqvarna, which also supplied coffee and donuts throughout the day.
King of Prussia Equipment Corp. of King of Prussia, Pa., has been a concrete equipment distributor in the tri-state area since 1980. Other major manufacturers represented are: Schwing America, Multiquip, Conforms, Benner-Nawman, Wyco, Bartell-Morrison, Camlever, Vibco, Allen Engineering, Powerblanket, M-B-W and Soft Ride Racks, Mikasa and Wagman Metal Products.
King of Prussia Equipment provides annual service seminars of the manufacturers it represents. King of Prussia Equipment not only sells equipment, but sells parts, accessories, and does service/repairs and has a large inventory of concrete equipment available for rentals.
Husqvarna Construction Products, with a North American base in Olathe, Kan., manufactures a wide array of construction equipment and accessories. Husqvarna specializes in cutting, sawing, and drilling, as well as polishing floors and manufacturing diamond blades.
The companies represented at the King of Prussia Equipment/Husqvarna Construction Products Seminar included:
- Fabbri Concrete, Vineland, N.J.
- GMAC Construction, Franklinville, N.J.
- King of Prussia Equipment Corp., King of Prussia, Pa.
- Engelman Construction, Macungie, Pa.
- Creek Side Concrete, Wyoming, Pa.
- E&G Concrete, Stevens, Pa.
- Remco Concrete, Toms River, N.J.
- T&T Construction, Souderton
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