Revolver News

Prince Edward County contractor opts for Revolver
Black River Sand & Gravel from Milford in Prince Edward County, near Picton, Ontario purchased a new Revolver RT508 mainly to process their topsoil but will be screening sand and stone in their gravel pit. Owner operators Bill and Paul Creasy liked the idea of an Ontario built plant and were impressed by the Revolver's production rate, versatility and quick mobilisation time.

Another RT508 goes into operation
Arnie Sadler, owner of All Seasons Landscaping from Parkhill in Western Ontario, after researching what was available for portable trommel screens decided on the Revolver RT508. Versatility, mobility and high production in a compact size were all factors in his decision. All Seasons is an established, well respected contractor servicing the areas around the southeastern shores of Lake Huron.

Revolver tackles recycling application west of Toronto, Ontario.
Associate Maintenance from Georgetown, Ontario under contract to the Peel District School board to maintain sports fields in schools all around the Missisauga area west of Toronto airport, had been stripping, hauling and dumping materials removed from running tracks and soccer fields. Al Tantalo, president of Associate Maintenance, when introduced to the very versatile and very portable Revolver RT508, saw the advantage of screening and respreading these material as opposed to the previous expensive time consuming methods. Easily moved from site to site with a very short set up time made the RT508, equipped with an optional extra drum, the obvious choice.

Video: Revolver RT508 Recycling Application