Lorusso Heavy Equipment Introduces New Shear Line

The German engineered Kinshofer shear has a 360-degree rotation and was designed to deliver a shear with maximum cutting forces, quick cycle times and optimal weight to performance ratio in daily use

Wed September 10, 2014 - Northeast Edition
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(L-R): Paul Lorusso, vice president; Gerry Carney, sales manager; and A.J. Lorusso, president, stand in front of their Liebherr excavator with Kinshofer shear attachment.
(L-R): Paul Lorusso, vice president; Gerry Carney, sales manager; and A.J. Lorusso, president, stand in front of their Liebherr excavator with Kinshofer shear attachment.

Lorusso Heavy Equipment has introduced its new line of Kinshofer Demolition Attachments. The German engineered Kinshofer shear has a 360-degree rotation and was designed to deliver a shear with maximum cutting forces, quick cycle times and optimal weight to performance ratio in daily use in scrap yards and demolition sites.

The shears have a powerful cylinder with a speed valve and are fully protected in the shear body. The body of the shear is made with wear resistant, fine grained steel. It has a robust shear arm guiding system and a blade locking system in the upper and lower jaw to pick up large and heavy objects with ease. The scrap shears also are designed to reduce service and be maintenance friendly, according to the manufacturer.

According to Paul Lorusso, Lorusso Heavy Equipment vice president, “You can’t surpass the quality and trust that comes with purchasing a Kinshofer product. Their design is state of the art and is backed by excellent customer support. Kinshofer provides us with specialized annual sales and service training in order for us to have the most up to date information to provide to our customers. We also have a large quantity of wear parts in stock to allow minimal down time. It’s our goal to provide the best product and customer support to all our clients. Carrying lines such as Liebherr and Kinshofer make it easy for us to follow through on this goal.”




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