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River Cloud Farm and the EC35C with Tiltrotator

River Cloud Farm and the EC35C with Tiltrotator: Upon the recommendation from a friend that a Volvo Compact Excavator would be great for the swales and berms he is building on his permaculture farm, Chris Cartter, owner of River Cloud Farm in Barnet, VT made his first call to Wood’s CRW. After reviewing the planned application, the Volvo EC35D was determined to be the best fit. A Steelwrist tiltrotator was installed to provide the maximum productivity and versatility required to accomplish the multiple tasks Chris and Dakota tackle daily at the River Cloud Farm.

Chris had very clear goals for the purchase of this piece of equipment. Among his goals were equipment versatility, cost of ownership, size, resale value and finance options. The weight of the EC35D (4 tons), track width and overall size best suited the application considering the environment the excavator will be working in. The Steelwrist XO4 Tiltrotator (including a dig bucket, grading bucket and construction grapple) creates a unique set up with huge potential to conquer any construction challenge. Machine balance and Steelwrist operation are well matched to provide exceptional material handling and manipulation.

Scoreboard Enterprises and the Maeda MC285

Scoreboard Enterprises and the Maeda MC285: Scoreboard Enterprises of Mansfield, MA recently completed a Speaker PA System repair at a regional area High School. Even though they own two Boom Trucks, the only logical choice was to rent he Maeda MC285-2 since the town would not allow blocking the road and the High School would not allow any equipment on the field or track. They were able to maneuver and set up less than max outriggers between the street side fence and the back of the bleachers. Each speaker weighed about 400 lbs.

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