Kleemann Hosts Training Program for Edward Ehrbar Inc.

Wed August 14, 2013 - Northeast Edition
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Joe Schappert (L), Kleemann technical sales manager, and Hank Ruttura, EEI Holbrook branch manager, discuss the broad range of both screening and crushing products produced by the Kleemann division of the Wirtgen Group.
Joe Schappert (L), Kleemann technical sales manager, and Hank Ruttura, EEI Holbrook branch manager, discuss the broad range of both screening and crushing products produced by the Kleemann division of the Wirtgen Group.
Joe Schappert (L), Kleemann technical sales manager, and Hank Ruttura, EEI Holbrook branch manager, discuss the broad range of both screening and crushing products produced by the Kleemann division of the Wirtgen Group. (L-R): Ken Moses, Kleemann technical service representative; TJ Gannon, EEI sales coordinator; Matt Ahern, EEI executive vice president; Joe Schappert, Kleemann technical sales manager; Jim Hogan, EEI sales representative; Dan Stanton, EEI sales represent Jim Dapp, EEI sales representative, inspects the variable speed feed conveyor and primary scalping screen of this track-mounted MS15Z “Mobiscreen.” The Kleemann Model MS15 scalping screen is equipped with four conveyers and can produce up to four different sized materials in a single pass. It is ideal for many recycling applications. Kleemann portable plants are available with both cabled remote controls and a wireless remote control. The Komatsu WA470 feeds the hopper of the Kleemann MS15D scalping screen. The portable plant has a processing capacity of 350 tons (317.5 t) per hour. This pile of mixed demolition debris was ideal for demonstration purposes. The Kleemann triple-deck screener effortlessly sorts over-sized materials.

Kleemann hosted a training program July 9 for the sales representatives of Edward Ehrbar Inc.

Joe Schappert, a technical sales manager of Kleemann, led the course in which the Ehrbar staff was taught how to identify potential Kleemann customers, particularly in the niche recycling market.

Schappert shared information gathered over his many years of experience in the aggregate industry, with a focus on matching up the right piece of equipment to satisfy the customer’s needs

After the classroom setting of the training concluded, Ehrbar representatives were taken out into the field for a demonstration of the Kleemann Model MS15 scalping screen at a local Ehrbar rental job site on Long Island, N.Y.?

Kleemann is a division of the Wirtgen Group and is a manufacturer of portable crushing and screening products.

The Edward Ehrbar Company is the authorized dealer of Kleemann Products in the New York metropolitan area and Fairfield County in Connecticut. Ehrbar sells and rents the Kleeman product (both crushing and screening), long and short time.