Ring Power Hosts Demo Day, Power Generation Open House in Orlando

Tue November 25, 2014 - Southeast Edition
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(L-R): Les Whaley, account manager of Simformotion, the Cat Licensee, works with Chris Harrimon and Steve Redditt, both of Nova Painting.
(L-R): Les Whaley, account manager of Simformotion, the Cat Licensee, works with Chris Harrimon and Steve Redditt, both of Nova Painting.
(L-R): Les Whaley, account manager of Simformotion, the Cat Licensee, works with Chris Harrimon and Steve Redditt, both of Nova Painting. (L-R): Brian Partinez, Ring Power; Wayne Veitch, Towmaster; Mark Wayne, SECO; and Tim Maguire, Ring Power attend the event. Ring Power’s crane division exhibit draws attention. (L-R): Tony Grosso, Ring Power, gives a tour to Larry Sangster, Jeremy Griffith, Daune Griffith and Josh Griffith, all of Wal-Rose Inc. Kenny Floyd (L), Seminole Paving, talks with Jim Wagner, LeeBoy, about this LeeBoy paver. Guests enjoy a barbecue lunch. Guests participate in an operator competition using a Cat mini-excavator and a Cat track loader. The Cat D5K proves popular for visitors to operate. (L-R): Tony Raynor, Raynor Shine Services LLC; Scott Miller, Ring Power truck division; Mike Dinkel, Raynor Shine Services LLC; and Harold Armington, Ring Power discuss some of the features of the Cat 660 truck. The Weiler road widener draws attention from attendees. Guests inspect this Cat 980M. Clay Price, Genie, takes visitors up 180 ft. in the air. Guests participate in the mini-loader competition.


Hundreds of visitors were in attendance at Ring Power’s Orlando Demo Day and Power Generation Systems open house. The one-day event placed an emphasis on equipment demonstrations, the company’s Power Generation Systems division and showcasing services that Ring Power has to offer.

Exhibits of various Ring Power divisions as well as equipment from some of its suppliers included Rosco, LeeBoy, Weiler, Grove, Towmaster Trailers and Genie personnel lifts. Attendees had the opportunity to operate various pieces of equipment in the demonstration area and participate in operator events with a Cat mini-excavator and a Cat track loader. One of the most popular equipment demonstrations was the Genie personnel lift, which took visitors 180 ft. (54.9 m) in the air.

The event also featured a barbecue lunch, door prizes and tours of Ring Power’s Orlando facility.

Ring Power Corp., headquartered in Saint Augustine Fla., also has branches in Daytona Beach, Orlando, Tampa, Ocala, Tallahassee, Palm Bay, Lake City, Tarpon Springs, Perry, Brooksville, Sarasota and Jacksonville.