King of Prussia Equipment Hosts MQ-Whiteman Seminar

📅   Mon November 27, 2017 - Northeast Edition #24


Eleven technicians from several concrete contractors in the tri-state area of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware attended the training seminar.
Eleven technicians from several concrete contractors in the tri-state area of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware attended the training seminar.
Eleven technicians from several concrete contractors in the tri-state area of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware attended the training seminar. Dan Sullivan, field service manager from Chicago, Ill., conducted the class and discussed in-depth handouts containing information on the new hydrostatic models STX6H and HTX6H. After lunch was provided by King of Prussia Equipment to attendees, Sullivan provided a hands-on demonstration of the new STX6H and each technician had to calibrate the rider. Topics covered during the seminar included maintenance service schedule, selecting the correct hydraulic filters, cold start operations, machine setup and calibration, and downloading the Whiteman Service Tool to the attendees’ laptops.

King of Prussia Equipment Corp. and MQ-Whiteman held a one-day service seminar Nov. 4 for the Whiteman hydrostatic ride-on trowels.

The service school started at 8 a.m. at King of Prussia Equipment's facility in King of Prussia, Pa., with coffee and donuts.

Eleven technicians from several concrete contractors in the tri-state area of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware attended the training seminar.

Companies represented at the seminar included:

• GMAC Construction, Franklinville, N.J.;

• Tri-State Construction, Millville, N.J.;

• Forcine Concrete, Malvern, Pa.;

• VG Concrete, Woolwich Township, N.J.;

• E & G Concrete, Phoenixville, Pa.;

• B. Pietrini & Sons, King of Prussia, Pa.; and

• King of Prussia Equipment Corp., King of Prussia, Pa.

Dan Sullivan, field service manager from Chicago, Ill., conducted the class and discussed in-depth handouts containing information on the new hydrostatic models STX6H and HTX6H, which meet U.S. EPA Tier IV emissions requirements. Topics Sullivan covered included maintenance service schedule, selecting the correct hydraulic filters, cold start operations, machine setup and calibration, and downloading the Whiteman Service Tool to the attendees' laptops.

After lunch was provided by King of Prussia Equipment to attendees, Sullivan provided a hands-on demonstration of the new STX6H and each technician had to calibrate the rider.

The class ended around 2 p.m. with question-and-answer session. MQ-Whiteman provided each attendee with a flash drive containing all the necessary handouts for servicing and diagnosing hydrostatic ride-on trowels. MQ-Whiteman also awarded door prizes (four, $25 Starbucks gift cards) and King of Prussia Equipment provided folding binders and a shirt for each technician.

King of Prussia Equipment has been a concrete equipment distributor in the tri-state area since 1980 and is among the few “specialty concrete” dealers of MQ-Whiteman in the Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware markets. Other major manufacturers the company represents are Schwing America, Husqvarna-Soff-Cut, Conforms, Benner-Nawman, Wyco, Bartell-Morrison, Camlever, Vibco, Allen Engineering, Powerblanket, MBW and Soft Ride Racks.

King of Prussia Equipment provides annual service seminars of the manufacturers it represents. The company not only sells equipment, but also sells parts and accessories, performs service and repairs and has a large inventory of concrete equipment available for rent.

MQ-Whiteman Inc., based in Boise, Idaho, is a manufacturer of concrete and masonry equipment with Multiquip, headquartered in Carson, Calif., which distributes a full array of construction equipment throughout the United States and worldwide, including the brands Mikassa, Rammax, Stow, Saunders Saws and MQ Power.

For more information, visit http://www.kingofprussiaequipment.com/.

CEG