Not All Boom Mowers Are Created Equal

March 22, 2010 at 3:22 PMRing Power
A Challenger tractor matched with a Diamond Boom Mower is perfect combination for roadside mowing.

Diamond Boom Mowers and Challenger Ag and Farm Tractors: a winning combination for roadside vegetation managementDiamond Boom Mower & Challenger Ag Tractor

When it comes to roadside mowing, the boom mower of choice for Ring Power is quality Diamond Boom Mowers. In a side-by-side comparison, competitive boom mowers, like Alamo Industrial, do not even come close to the features and quality of Diamond Boom Mowers. Review the comparison of Diamond’s key features and see for yourself. The photographs are an Alamo Industrial mower mounted onto a John Deere tractor.

Ease of Maintenance
The simple drive system used by Diamond’s boom mowers utilizes high performance pumps, motors and controls.
Alamo uses a large front-mounted pump and control system that operate the boom and turret assembly.

Field Usage
Diamond Mower, when coupled with the Challenger 500 Series tractor, has 12 inches of clearance—that’s nearly three-times the clearance of the competition. Most other boom mowers have only 4 inches of ground clearance.

Turret Assembly and Boom Mounting Pins
Diamond’s simplistic design incorporates one very large and strong pin and one cylinder with over 75 sq. in. load bearing surface on the swing pin. This gives the boom mower many years of trouble-free service and low maintenance cost.
The underside of the competitor’s turret assembly uses a pin and bushing assembly. The clutter of hydraulic lines and grease points makes servicing the competition’s turret assembly difficult to service. The load-bearing surface on their swing pin is less than 30 sq. inches compared to Diamond Boom Mowers 75 sq. inches.

Mounted Counter-weights
Diamond uses a tire-mounted counter-weight, allowing the tire to absorb all of the shock.

The competition uses an all-steel frame-mounted counter-weight. The shock load with their system is directed to the tractor frame making it susceptible to wear and tear.

Steel Hydraulic Lines
Hose failure is one of the most common maintenance problems, and most costly, with any hydraulic-driven machinery. Diamond Mowers utilize steel lines in place of rubber hydraulic hoses, whenever possible, to reduce maintenance cost, better manage routing and dissipate heat more efficiently.
Alamo mowers have their hydraulic hoses routed inside the boom.

More Cutting Strokes
Cutting is the name of the game when it comes to roadside mowing applications. Diamond Mowers uses a Tri-hex Carrier, that’s 3-blades rotating at an 1,750 rpm, equating to an astounding 5,250 cutting strokes per minute. The competition: 2 blades at 1,200 rpm equals 2,400 strokes per minute—no comparison!
Diamond provides nearly 120% more cutting strokes per minute, faster and more efficient mowing.

About Diamond Boom Mowers

Did you know Diamond Mower’s customer service is considered the best in the boom mowing industry?
Diamond Mowers is willing to provide warranty “at the mower.” All other manufacturers provide warranty at the dealership.
Diamond Mowers guarantees parts shipment for your boom mower in 72 hours or less.
    If Diamond does not ship your parts in 72 hours or less we will give you the part for free and pay the freight.

Diamond Mowers actually covers bearings and belts under their standard warranty. All other manufacturers consider bearings and belts as wear items and are your responsibility from day one.
Diamond Mowers offers customers a choice on one, two or three years of warranty without any degradation of coverage during the full period of coverage. The extended warranty of Diamond is a full continuation of the first year’s coverage.
Diamond Mowers provides written and video documentation of compliance with all the ANSI/SAE safety standards that apply to their products. How does this fit with your operation’s liability concerns?
What other dealer in your trade area can offer the number of service facilities, service trucks and technicians to care for your purchase? This makes a huge difference in how long you may have to “wait in line.”
What other dealer Florida has more experience servicing heavy equipment “in the field.” For the most part, farm dealers are “in the shop” operations. Check how their service trucks are equipped and compare them to Ring Power’s field service trucks.


Ring Power is here to serve the farming, agricultural and mowing industries with the best ag tractors, farming implements, attachments and mowers in the business. Call toll free, 1-888-535-3380 or click below to see the Ring Power difference.

Ring Power Ag division is the Challenger farm tractor dealer in north and central Florida. We carry new, used and previously-owned agricultural and farm tractors and deliver to farms throughout the southeast, midwest and the plains states, like Kansas, Illinois and far west as Texas. For information on Challenger farm and agricultural tractors, Sunflower discs, Rome plows,  Land Pride mowers, Schulte cutters and rotary mowers, Spra-Coupe ag sprayers, Terra Gator agricultural sprayers, Diamond Mowers, ICON scrapers and pans, and Trelleborg  agricultural wheel systems, please visit RingPowerAG.com.
 

 

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Industrial Air Compressor Fluid Reference Guide

March 17, 2010 at 4:34 PMRing Power
air compressor fluid reference guide

Sullair air compressors and Ring Power® Compressed Air Division, in partnership with Dow Chemical, is pleased to provide you with the newest air compressor reference tool. The Industrial Air Compressor Fluid Reference Guide air compressor fluid provides all the top level information right at your finger tips.

This resource provides valuable information on a variety of fluid producers including Sullair, Atlas Copco®, Kaeser®, Ingersoll Rand®, Quincy®, and aftermarket air compressor fluids like Royal Purple® and Summit®. This resource is packed with information on base stocks, fluid analysis, viscosity, fluid life, glossary of air compressor terminology, and general air compressor guidelines.

Why do air compressors need fluids?
Lubricate bearings
Removes heat: The fluid needs to remove the heat of compression. This heat is not caused by friction, but by the physics of the compressed air itself.
Seal the Rotor: Since the rotors do not touch, the fluid creates the necessary air tight seal with its film.

Why do air compressor fluids have additives? The additives in compressor fluids
Prevent corrosion
Extend the life of the fluid
Prevents or minimizes foam in the compressor’s sump tank
Improves lubricity

The quality and level of technology in the additive package of a fluid dramatically affect its performance. The proprietary blends of Sullair’s air compressor fluid additive packages are carefully formulated to perform at the highest levels.

This Air Compressor Fluid Reference provides:
Pros and cons of each common air compressor fluid base stock used in rotary screw air compressors
Charts the top competitive fluids and their base stocks
Sullair air compressor fluid benefits
Quick tips and calculations
Glossary of commonly used

Click here to download the Air Compressor Fluid Reference Guide. LIT_Fluid Reference Guide.pdf (259.75 kb)

For your own Ring Power is a leading supplier of air compressors, air tools, compressor parts and air compressor service in Florida for over 45 years. Our offices serve Miami, Pompano Beach, Orlando, Tampa, Jacksonville and Tallahassee areas. We carry electric or diesel air compressors and industrial air compressors with names like Sullair, Hurricane boosters, and Belaire. See all the air compressors, portable or industrial compressed air, high pressure, or ultra high pressure, at our website compressedair.ringpower.com.

 

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ALL UNDER ONE ROOF: Hydraulic Repair, Machining, Welding, Fabrication, Transmission Repair & Engine Service

March 11, 2010 at 9:36 AMRing Power
Ring Power's machine shops keep your heavy equipment, construction machinery and engines running longer.

Ring Power Machine Shops keeps engines, machines and construction equipment running longer.machining, welding, fabrication, radiator repair, hydraulic repair

Ring Power’s in-house Machine Shops specialize in all aspects of maintenance that get your machine’s components, heavy equipment or construction equipment running longer and better. We operate two full shifts, without overtime charges from our two largest Florida locations in Tampa and St. Augustine.

It doesn’t matter which brand of heavy machinery you own—John Deere, Hitachi, Case, Komatsu, Volvo, Cat, or Bobcat—repairing construction machinery, heavy equipment and industrial engines is our business. Let us show you the Ring Power product support difference.

Machine Services
Boring & Milling: Complete range of diameters and length
• Grinding & Polishing: General purpose, surface, cylindrical and power lapping
• Lathe Work: Vertical and horizontal
• Specialty Services: Motor Grader circles, Rebuild and retrofit buckets and
  attachments, salvage of almost any machine component

Welding & Metal Fabrication
• Certified welders on staff
• On-site or in-shop welding services
• Align boring and field or shop welding services
• Custom fabrication and pattern cutting

Diesel Engine Rebuilds & Services
• Complete engine rebuilds and refurbished
• Rebuild and resurface cylinder heads
• Repair and re-bush rods
• Service check and polish cranks and cams
• Counter bore, metal lacing repair and complete recondition and slavage of engine blocks
• Main bearings / align bore
• Transmission and drive-train rebuilds

Radiator Repair
• Radiators, aftercoolers, oil coolers, Charge air coolers
• Repair or recore all makes and modles of radiators

Hydraulic Repair Services
Hydraulic cylinder repair, cylinder resealing, or cylinder resizing
Hydraulic hose repair
Hydraulic motor & hydraulic pump rebuild: Rexroth, Sunstrand, Denison Vickers, Linde and others
Re-rodding and retubing
Chrome cylinder rods using HVOF technology for longer life
Power honing
Hydraulic fluid testing

Quality tools. Reliable services. Fast turn-around. That's the Ring Power difference.

Ring Power Corporation, North and Central Florida's Caterpillar dealer, is headquartered in St. Augustine, Florida, with branch locations in Brooksville, Daytona, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Lake City, Lakeland, Ocala, Orlando, Palm Bay, Perry, Sarasota, Tallahassee, Tampa and Tarpon Springs. Ring Power is comprised of eight divisions and has more than 45 years of experience servicing and supporting Caterpillar and allied equipment.

Managing Your Heavy Construction Equipment's Cost Per Hour

March 4, 2010 at 11:06 AMRing Power
A good planned maintenance for your heavy construction equipment can lower your machine's cost per hour.

In terms of construction equipment management, preventive maintenance is the key factor that has the greatest effect on your profits over the life of your heavy equipment. It is estimated that system contamination is the leading cause of more then 70% of construction equipment maintenancehydraulic system and major component failures. When heavy machinery is well maintained and inspected regularly, there’s a higher probability that potential problems will be caught early—before they turn into bigger, more costly issues.

According to Caterpillar’s SOMA (Site Operation Maintenance Advisor), major component life can be increased by 62% simply by improving maintenance practices from average to excellent.

Maintenance Rating

Component Life

Average

7,130 Hrs

Excellent

11,550 Hrs

 

Consider your current preventive maintenance practices and service needs and ask yourself, “Who is best qualified to provide these services?” As your Caterpillar® dealer, we are convinced that Ring Power’s Planned Maintenance Solutions can meet your maintenance needs in the most timely, efficient and cost-effective manner.

Planned Maintenance Solutions is more then just an oil and filter change for your construction equipment. It is a maintenance management system, designed to incorporates seven elements that are essential to keeping machine productivity high and owning and
operating costs low.  

THE SEVEN ELEMENTS
1) Preventive Maintenance is the basic requirement of a good construction equipment maintenance program, and includes regular oil and filter changes as outlined in the manufacturer’s lubrication and maintenance manual.

2) Oil Sampling lets you know what is going on inside your machine. When tested at regular intervals, oil samples can forecast wear-related problems and keep minor problems from becoming a major failure.
PM Solutions will sample each compartment every 250 hours. Ring Power's oil testing lab technicians and product support staff closely monitor the oil sample results. Actionable oil samples are transmitted electronically to your PC, laptop or Blackberry so we can respond to potential problems quickly.

3) Inspections can detect problems that may otherwise go unnoticed. Small problems like oil leaks, worn belts or corroded batteries can lead to expensive downtime if not corrected in a timely manner. All inspections are written, reviewed and sent to you within 24 hours of when the service is performed.  


4) Scheduling ensures all maintenance and inspections are performed on time, and at your convenience. PM Solutions operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week so maintenance will be performed around your work schedule.

5) Record Keeping documents machine repair history with details of component life and cost. Good record keeping helps identify problem areas that create high cost and downtime.


6) Repair Management is about maximizing the value of your heavy machinery investment. Oil sample trends, machine hours and condition are vital information in the decision making process of whether to repair, rebuild or replace your machine. Ring Power knows your equipment best. As a trusted advisor, we’ll be here over the life cycle of your machine. We’ll partner with you to maximize the value of your equipment investment and strengthen your reputation as a profitable operation.


7) Training helps your associates develop good daily work habits. As your maintenance provider, Ring Power is ready to fill the gaps by providing on-site training for your machine operators and maintenance personnel.


As a Planned Maintenance Solutions customer you can expect:

• A no cost warranty of 5-year/10,000-hour warranty on rebuilt power train components
• To take advantage of the latest improvements in oil technology and performance
• Environmental compliance in disposing of waste oil and filters
• Cost per hour billing that matches your expense with your workload. Only pay for the hours you have run your heavy equipment.
• ProductLink hardware and Equipment Manager software enabling remote equipment monitoring from your desktop. (supplied on most current models).

Preventive maintenance for your construction machinery delivers positive results—no matter how many machines you operate, how old your equipment is or what type of work you do. The key is to structure a PM program that meets all your business objectives, including productivity and cost goals. You manage your business from design to build—we will manage your construction equipment and cost per hour.
 

Call your Ring Power Product Support Sales Representative today 877-733-5120 to find out how PM Solutions can benefit your heavy construction equipment and improve your bottom-line or click the button below to contact a representative.

Ring Power Corporation, North and Central Florida's Caterpillar dealer, is headquartered in St. Augustine, Florida, with branch locations in Brooksville, Daytona, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Lake City, Lakeland, Ocala, Orlando, Palm Bay, Perry, Sarasota, Tallahassee, Tampa and Tarpon Springs. Ring Power is comprised of eight divisions and has more than 45 years of experience selling, servicing and supporting Caterpillar and allied equipment. 

Ring Power Lift Trucks Appoints Robert Burkhead as General Manager

February 24, 2010 at 9:01 AMRing Power

Ring Power Corporation is pleased to announce the promotion of Robert Burkhead to the position of General Manager for the Lift Trucks division. During Burkhead’s 17 years with Ring Power he has worked closely with management, sales staff and vendors for every division within the company. Most recently Burkhead, a Six Sigma Black Belt, was the Assistant Governmental Sales Manager facilitating bids, contracts and sales to all government agencies in the state of Florida. In his new role, Burkhead and his management team will oversee all Ring Power Lift Trucks operations. Burkhead has excelled at every position he has held with Ring Power, and management looks forward to his continued success with the lift trucks division. Robert Burkhead Lift Trucks General Manager

Ring Power Lift Trucks is the forklift division of Ring Power Corporation, headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida. Additional offices service Pompano Beach, Miami, Daytona Beach, Orlando, Lakeland, Tampa, Ocala and Tallahassee. Ring Power Lift Trucks represents: Caterpillar® Lift Trucks, Mitsubishi Forklifts, Linde forklifts, Kalmar Industrial Forklifts and Container Handlers, Clark Lift Trucks, Princeton and Navigator piggybacks, rough terrain forklifts by Noble, specialized products by Bendi and productive Cascade Attachments.

Ring Power is the Central and Northeast Florida Caterpillar dealer, headquartered in St. Augustine. Ring Power is comprised of eight divisions and has more than 45 years of experience selling, servicing and supporting Caterpillar and allied equipment. Additional information about the Ring Power organization, its products, services and employment opportunities can be found on the Internet at www.ringpower.com.

 

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All Parts eXpress Launches New Website

February 16, 2010 at 1:25 PMRing Power

Ring Power’s All Parts eXpress, the one stop source for all makes of heavy equipment parts, has launched a new Website. Now owners of John Deere, Case, Hitachi, Gehl, Volvo, Bobcat, Komatsu, Kobelco and other leading brands of construction machines have All Parts eXpress, 
Heavy Equipment Partsparts availability and quotes at their fingertips! 

Whether you own a John Deere® tractor, Hitachi® front-end loader, Case® dozer, Volvo® articulated truck, Bobcat® skid steer, Komatsu® tractor, or a Kobelco® excavator, ApeX can get you the parts you need—and fast! APeX offers the best quality rubber tracks, starters and alternators, hydraulic seals, cylinder seal kits, pumps and components, ground engaging tools, replacement parts, engine, transmission and final drive components, and more—all at the best possible prices, and most backed by warranty.

As an undercarriage and parts specialist, Brian Beatty makes it his mission to provide the best quality construction equipment parts to Ring Power customers, regardless of brand. "Ring Power’s partnership with VIPAR gives us access to discounts on many parts and components that can be used on most heavy equipment," Beatty explains. "If a customer needs parts, chances are we have it in stock or can locate it quickly, either through the VIPAR network, or our other reliable sources, and all for a great price."

ApeX takes pride in supplying the best quality replacement parts. If you need it, we can find it. Quickly and economically. Log onto http://allpartsxpress.com/default.aspx today and explore our new Website. Or contact Brian Beatty at 1.800.671.0025 or via email at brian.beatty@ringpower.com for information about the parts you need, no matter what make your machine is!

All Parts Express has parts for heavy construction equipment owners throughout Florida, with branch locations in Brooksville, Daytona, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Lake City, Lakeland, Ocala, Orlando, Palm Bay, Perry, Sarasota, Tallahassee, Tampa and Tarpon Springs. We welcome your comments about this article.

“CAT®”, “Caterpillar®” and CAT Corporate Yellow are all trademarks of Caterpillar Inc. The trade names “John Deere®” and “Deere®”, and the John Deere logo are all property of Deere and Company Inc. The trade names “Hitachi®” and the Hitachi logo are all property of Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd. The trade names “Volvo®” and the Volvo logo are all property of The Volvo Group. The trade names “Komatsu®” and the Komatsu logo are all property of Komatsu America Corp. The trade names “Bobcat®” and the Bobcat logo are all property of Bobcat Co. The trade names "Takeuchi®" and the Takeuchi logo are all property of Takeuchi Mfg. Company Ltd. The trade names "Gehl®" and the Gehl logo are all property of Gehl Co. The trade names "Case®" and the Case logo are all property of CNH America LLC. The trade names "Kobelco®" and the Kobelco logo are all property of Kobelco Construction Machinery America LLC. The trade names listed above are used for descriptive purposes only.

 

Six Reasons to Choose Linde Electric Forklifts

February 12, 2010 at 2:21 PMRing Power
Linde Electric Forklifts Performance

The Linde RX60 Series Electric Forklift is the ideal forklift truck for manufacturing, freight forwarding, storage and distribution businesses, where there is a need for high performance forklifts without emissions. linde electric forklift

Linde electric forklifts have power and strength inside and out. The customer driven design of Linde’s high performance electric trucks make them versatile and effective even in uncommon applications.

The RX60 series electric forklift trucks have been designed by constantly analyzing customer applications and by adapting to changing design requirements, needs, and requests. Linde makes every effort to develop and apply technology by designing and manufacturing safer, more productive, and more durable forklifts.

Innovation is the foundation of our success. More than 400 employees work in Linde’s forklift research and development department, making sure that we constantly improve existing equipment and continuously develop new technology.

Six good reasons for choosing our Linde material handling equipment:
1. Performance
2. Ergonomic excellence
3. Designed-in durability
4. Safety
5. Versatility
6. Low maintenance

1. Unmatched Performance
► High residual capacity
► Fast acceleration
► 12 mph travel speed (laden and empty)
► Automatic power boost function
► Fully programmable hydraulic functions
► 100 fpm lift speed
 

2. Ergonomic Excellence
► Adjustable forklift steering column
► Low noise level (68 dba)
► High comfort, full suspension seat
► Floating operator compartment
► Ergonomically-shaped floor board
► Armrest with hydraulic mini levers (optional)

3. Designed-in Durability
► Cast ductile iron steering axle with shock mounting
► Electronic components located inside counterweight
► Three phase AC travel and hydraulics
► Thermo-sensor — motor protection
► On-board diagnostics

4. Safety
Battery side discharge
► Ramp-hold
Optimized visibility mast
► Programmable performance
► Available interlocks
    (optional)
► "Quick set" parking brake

5. Versatile & Energy Efficient
► Operate forklift indoor or outdoor
► Full forklift operator cab
    (optional)
► Electric heating system
    (optional)
► Cold environment operation
    to -22˚ F (optional)
► Energy return system
► Heat management design

6. Lowest Maintenance
& Operating Cost
Forklift with 1000 hour
    maintenance intervals
Easy forklift component
    access
Adjustable automatic
    deceleration
Dual, independent CAN-bus
    diagnostic systems
Maintenance free multi-disc
    brakes

 

 

 

 

When it comes to electric forklift trucks in Florida, Ring Power Lift Trucks is Florida’s real industry leader. No matter the forklift manufacturer, we supply electric forklift batteries and parts for Linde, Toyota, Caterpillar, Mitsubishi, Clark, Crown, Hyster, Komatsu, Nissan, Raymond and Yale. Our technicians service and repair electric motor drives, hdraulic pumps, power steering and electric control board assemblies.

Contact any one of our five Florida branch locations serving Miami, Tampa, Orlando, Pompano Beach, Jacksonville, Ocala, Sarasota and Tallahassee or email us below.

  

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Ritchie Bros. Auction Draws Used Equipment Buyers from Around the World to Orlando, Florida

February 11, 2010 at 8:56 AMRing Power

Ritchie Bros., the world's largest industrial auctioneer, is gearing up for its annual unreserved public heavy equipment auction—the largest on their calendar. This year, close to 6,000 used construction machines and previously owned trucks will go to the highest bidders over the five-day period from 8:00 a.m. Monday, February 15 through Friday, February 19 when the last unit is sold. Ring Power Corporation, a regular consignor with Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers, is once again excited to participate!

The annual February auction attracts thousands of equipment buyers from around the world to Ritchie Bros.’ permanent 200-acre site at the corner of Interstate 4 and U.S. Highway 27 in Orlando, Fla. Last year the auction attracted a record 7,600 bidders from 75 countries. Out-of-state bidders purchased approximately 80 percent of the equipment sold in the auction, of which about 30 percent went to bidders from outside the U.S. used heavy equipment auction

This year the used equipment will be offered by category on specific days according to the following schedule:

Monday, 2/15: Brooms, 2WD Tractors, Dozers, Loader Backhoes, Forklifts, Aerial & Lifting Equipment.

Tuesday, 2/16: 4WD & MFWD Tractors, Skidders, Wheel Loaders, Rock Trucks, Articulated Dump Trucks.

Wednesday, 2/17: Motor Graders, Motor Scrapers, Crawler Tractors, Boom Trucks, Cranes, Aggregate Equipment.

Thursday, 2/18: Skid Steer Loaders, Recreational Vehicles, Compaction Equipment, Pick-up Trucks, Excavators.

Friday 2/19: Transportation Equipment – Cab & Chassis, Van Trucks, Truck Tractors, High Boys, Low Boys and more!

Prior to the auction, Ritchie Bros. is offering free "How to Bid" seminars on site to help customers new to the experience; in English at 3:00 p.m. Friday, February 12 and Saturday, February 13 and in Spanish at 9:00 a.m. February 13. Attendees will learn more about unreserved public auctions, how to bid in person or online, and what to do after making an equipment purchase.

Ring Power Corporation, North and Central Florida's Caterpillar dealer, is headquartered in St. Augustine, Florida, with branch locations in Brooksville, Daytona, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Lake City, Lakeland, Ocala, Orlando, Palm Bay, Perry, Sarasota, Tallahassee, Tampa and Tarpon Springs. We welcome your comments about this article. Click on the title to leave a suggestion or ask a question.

 

 

Ring Power Lift Trucks Appointed as Authorized Clark Forklift Dealer

February 10, 2010 at 8:31 AMRing Power
Ring Power Lift Trucks named new Clark dealer in Jacksonville, Orlando and Tampa, Florida

Lexington, KY-February 10, 2010- CLARK Material Handling Company today announced it has appointed Ring Power Lift Trucks as an authorized distributor of CLARK forklift products in the Jacksonville, Orlando and Tampa, Florida markets. Ring Power is a full Clark Forkliftservice CLARK Dealer, featuring full forklift sales and forklift service departments, a forklift rental fleet, an aftermarket forklift parts department as well as a full offering of allied products, such as piggybacks and specialty material handling equipment.

"The appointment of Ring Power as an authorized CLARK forklift dealer in these APRs is significant for CLARK Material Handling Company as well as our family of dealers nationwide" said Scott Johnson, Director of Dealer Services for CLARK. "As we have demonstrated in other areas of the country we were able to move swiftly and definitively in appointing Ring Power Lift Trucks as an authorized CLARK dealer. Ring Power Lift Trucks represents for CLARK, a major enhancement and improvement in our distribution capabilities in Tampa, Orlando and Jacksonville. Ring Power holds a leadership position in the material handling industry and their affiliation with CLARK forklifts will immediately assist with re-establishing our brand name in this important part of the North American market. Ring Power, along with W. E. Johnson in Miami gives the CLARK brand a very strong presence in Florida. We mutually believe our products and services will complement the Ring Power business model in such a manner that we both will enjoy incremental growth. We are honored and humbled that they have partnered with our family and look forward to many years of mutual success."

Ring Power Lift Trucks will support CLARK forklift sales and forklift service and repair activities out of three Florida facilities including:

ORLANDO
803 Taft-Vineland Rd
Orlando FL 32824
407-857-1973

TAMPA
1401 US Hwy. 301 N
Tampa FL 33619
813-620-1337

JACKSONVILLE
8040 Philips Hwy
Jacksonville, FL 32256
904-448-5438

The primary contacts at Ring Power Lift Trucks for CLARK material handling products are Jeff Dierickx, Vice President of Sales and Lewis Byers, Vice President of Product Support. They may be reached at 800-395-1337. Curtis McClellan is the Senior Vice President of Ring Power Lift Trucks and may also be reached at 800-395-1337. Or contact us using the branch links above.

An forklift industry leader since it invented the first material handling truck in 1917, CLARK has built more than one million forklifts during its more than 100 years of business. CLARK supplies a full line of electric forklifts and internal combustion forklifts, manual pallet jacks, powered pallet jacks and narrow aisle forklifts. CLARK products are distributed and supported through a network of over 550 dealer locations worldwide.

Ring Power Lift Trucks is the forklift division of Ring Power Corporation, headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida. Additional offices service Pompano Beach, Miami, Daytona Beach, Orlando, Tampa, Ocala and Tallahassee. Ring Power Lift Truck represents: Caterpillar® Lift Trucks, Mitsubishi Forklifts, Linde forklifts, Kalmar Industrial Forklifts and Container Handlers, Princeton and Navigator piggybacks, rough terrain forklifts by Noble, specialized products by Bendi and productive Cascade Attachments.

 

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Case Equipment Owners Rely on Ring Power for Repairs and Maintenance

February 4, 2010 at 4:55 PMRing Power
Former Briggs customers turn to Ring Power for service and preventive maintenance

Ring Power Technician Briggs Equipment, North American distributor for Case articulated trucks, track loaders, crawler dozers and loaders, excavators, Yale forklifts, loader/backhoes, tool carriers, motor graders, skid steer and wheel loaders, pavers, compaction equipment, material handlers, demolition tools, and asphalt and concrete equipment, has closed its doors in Florida.

Case heavy equipment owners throughout north and central Florida can rest assured that Ring Power parts warehouses have access to the replacement parts they’ll need to keep their construction machines up and running: adjusters, brakes, engines, hoses, batteries, buckets, filters, hydraulics, pumps, blades, cab and chassis, fuel systems, pins and bushings and seal kits, as well as undercarriage, power train, steering and front axle components.

Also,Ring Power shops and technicians are equipped to perform repairs and preventive maintenance on most heavy equipment makes and models. In addition to Case construction equipment, Ring Power services skid steer loaders, multi-terrain loaders, compact track loaders,manlifts, aerial lifts, mini hydraulic excavators, wheel loaders, compactors, boom trucks, dump trucks, utility trucks, backhoe loaders and dozers made by Caterpillar, Bobcat, Genie, Terex, JCB, Lull, and other leading manufacturers.

Call or email us at any of our locations in north or central Florida to schedule service for your Case construction machine. Ring Power is open for business and we are here to stay!

Ring Power Corporation, North and Central Florida's Caterpillar dealer, is headquartered in St. Augustine, Florida, with branch locations in Brooksville, Daytona, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Lake City, Lakeland, Ocala, Orlando, Palm Bay, Perry, Sarasota, Tallahassee, Tampa and Tarpon Springs. We welcome your comments about this article. Click on the title to leave a suggestion or ask a question.

Ring Power is not associated or affiliated with CNH or the Case Company