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www.rockproducts.com ROCK products • January 2018 • 41 EQUIPMENT & TECHNOLOGY SCREENING & SIZING Barford Equipment, a U.K.-based manufacturer of mobile screeners, trailers, screen boxes, as well as wheeled and tracked conveyors, is poised to enter the U.S. market in 2018 with the launch of the SR124 and the S104, two new track- mounted screeners. Barford Equipment is using Yoder & Frey auctioneers to pre- lude both of the new mobile screeners to the U.S. market at its upcoming 2018 Spring Sale in Kissimmee, Fla. (between February 13-17) – the perfect event to develop brand aware- ness plus meet prospective distributor representatives and buyers. Both models will then each be sold at the auction, without reserve, to the highest bidders. "The world's construction machinery, aggregate, quarry and mining markets will all be focusing on the Kissimmee auction so this is a great opportunity for us to meet potential distribu- tors and probable buyers and gauge the appeal of both our new machines," said Stephen Murphy, distribution manager for Barford. "Barford is a well-known brand in the U.K. and across Europe, having built an enviable reputation and possessing a long and illustrious history, but it is currently relatively unknown in the U.S. market; but that's about to change. Yoder & Frey is well known for organizing prestigious equipment auctions that draw the attention of the types of buyers we are looking for and are the ideal match for us entering this sector." The two robust and refined Barford models being launched comprise: the SR124, a tracked three-way split screener with a 12 x 4 screen box that fits into a 40-ft. HC container; and the S104, a tracked three-way split screener with a 10 x 4 screen box that again fits into a 40-ft. HC container. "We are delighted to include both these new Barford screener models at our upcoming Kissimmee auction and are confi- dent that the U.S. market will embrace these excellent 'value for money' machines," stated Peter Clark, founder and CEO of Yoder & Frey. "Our auctions always attract significant interest and we are working closely with consignors to ensure the upcoming sale is a success on all counts." The SR124 is built around a Caterpillar power unit and with the engine on the S104 being produced by JCB. The S104 is also available with a Deutz engine. Other technical specs comprise: Technical specifications SR124 S104 Engine Capacity Cat 4.4/56 Kw/75 hp JCB Eco Max 68 Kw/91 hp Screen box 12 x 4 Double 10 x 4 Double Output Up to 400 tph Up to 250 tph Hopper Capacity 6 cu. meters 5.8 cu. meters Connection for Screen box 40 ft. HC container 40 ft. HC container To enquire about consigning lots to this auction contact Yoder & Frey at 419-865-3990 or email info@yoderandfrey.com. Buyers can also pre-register for the forthcoming Kissimmee, Fla., auction and obtain a catalogue on all lots included in the sale by visiting www.yoderandfrey.com. Other Barford Products In addition to the two tracked screeners being launched, Bar- ford Equipment also manufacturers a range of straight and radial tracked and wheeled stockpile conveyors. Other Barford products include: the D16, a 16-ton, twin-axle dump trailer; the R15, a 15-ton twin-axle rock trailer; and the L22, a 19-ton, 22-ft. long chassis twin axle low loader. There is also a range of screen boxes, including the popular US40 with a 3.75 sq. meter (40 sq. ft.) total screening area. Other models provide a 1.8 sq. meter (20 sq. ft.) or 6.5 sq. meter (70 sq. ft.) screening areas. Barford Equipment, www.barfordequipment.co.uk Barford Equipment to Launch Two New Track-Mounted Screeners

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