Stowers Machinery Hosts 2016 Machine Demo Day

More than 500 people attended the event. The demo day proved to be a great opportunity for Stowers to demonstrate how to use machine technology, equipment management technology, and job site technolo

📅   Tue May 10, 2016 - Southeast Edition


The Cat 305.5E2 equipped with the Trimble GCS Flex allows the operator to dig to depth and slope while seeing it on the monitor.
The Cat 305.5E2 equipped with the Trimble GCS Flex allows the operator to dig to depth and slope while seeing it on the monitor.
The Cat 305.5E2 equipped with the Trimble GCS Flex allows the operator to dig to depth and slope while seeing it on the monitor. (L-R): David Fields, Stowers Machinery; Jason, Brack and Tucker Robertson, all of Southern Construction in Athens, Tenn.; David Kerr of Stowers Machinery; and David Holland, also of Southern Construction, enjoy their day at the event. (L-R): Bo Matherly and Brad Abstance, both of Stowers Machinery, talk with Scott Thompson and Roger Talley, both of Talley Construction in Chattanooga, Tenn. Larry Garner (L) of Blount Excavating shares a laugh with Todd Quigg of Harrison Construction. Chuck Haynes (L) of C&K Equipment in Knoxville receives a warm welcome to the event by Wes Stowers of Stowers Machinery. (L-R): Julian Bernal, Greg Farmer and Deana Sanabria, all of ExpoQuip in Knoxville, listen to Allen Hyman of Bandit go over the features of this Bandit 1890XP track chipper. Stowers Machinery held its 2016 Machine Demo Day on April 29 at its East Knoxville location. In front of the 250,000 machine manufactured at the Caterpillar plant in Sanford, N.C. are (L-R) Brad Crace of Caterpillar; Wes Stowers and his daughter Lisa Rottmann and Larry Cummins.  The machine has a special University of Tennessee wrap. The Cat 299D2 track loader is equipped with the automatic laser-guided grade box from Level Best. The guests had an opportunity to operate two different Cat excavators — the 323F and 336F equipped with integrated More than 500 guests came to demo day and enjoyed a hearty BBQ lunch. (L-R): John Thornton and Clarence Howard, both of Thunder Enterprises in Chattanooga, look over the newly introduced Cat 745C and 730C articulated  trucks with the help of Wes Reece of Stowers Machinery. Terry Fulks (R) of Sitech Mid South explains the Trimble digital rods to (L-R) Travis Barb, Keith Parker and Nick Barb, all of N.V. Barb & Son in Bristol, Va. (L-R): Frank Simerly talks with Cale Cameron and David Fields, both of Stowers Machinery, about the Screen Machine 516 screener. (L-R): Frank Simerly talks with Cale Cameron and David Fields, both of Stowers Machinery, about the Screen Machine 516 screener. Tyler Davis (L) of Vic Davis Construction in Kingsport, Tenn., and LaVergne Pabian of Screen Machine Industries, attend the demo day event. The operator of a Cat 336F excavator loads the 4043T Screen Machine impact crusher. The operator of a Cat 980M wheel loader loads the Screen Machine Industries scalper 107T that feeds the 612T trommel.

Stowers Machinery held its 2016 Machine Demo Day on April 29 at its East Knoxville location. More than 500 people attended the event. The demo day proved to be a great opportunity for Stowers to demonstrate how to use machine technology, equipment management technology, and job site technology.

Screen Machine Industries, an American manufacturer of portable crushing and screening plants, trommels and stacking conveyors, held live demonstrations throughout the day