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30 | www.cedmag.com | Construction Equipment Distribution | January 2015 >> CONDEX PREVIEW EPG: Our Experience, People, Commitment Set Us Apart www.epgins.com • Booth 410 EPG Insurance, Inc. has been offering innovative insurance products to the construction industry for over 27 years. ese products include Extended Service plans for new and used equipment, Physical Damage Insurance, Loss Damage Waiver for rental equipment and Certificate Tracking for rental equipment. Anyone can create a program, but do they have the people and the reputation to back it up? We believe it is our experi- ence, our people and our commitment to the construc- tion industry that sets us apart. Hydraulic Excavator Kits for the Top 6 OEM Brands and More www.hkx.com • Booth 201 HKX is the leading supplier of standard, custom and conversion aermarket auxiliary hydraulic kits for excavators. Located near Seattle, Wash., HKX works directly with the top six construction equipment manufacturers, their distributors and dealers, in addition to attachment manufacturers. All kits are designed to facilitate quick installations, with standard kits accommodating next-day delivery service within the U.S. and Canada and airfreight service to Mexico, Latin America, Asia, the Middle East and South Africa. Meet your EPG internal support staff: Left to right: Front Row: Belman Kraul (IT), Jennifer Glidewell (ESPP), Dana Huffman (PDI), Kristen McClure (CSR), Liz Fernwalt (Trucks), Lisa Post (ESPP), Anita Hayes (CSR), Margaret Brown (Commercial), Aaron Daniel (ESPP). Second Row: Suzanne Tutor (HR), Debra Bumgarner (Commercial), Sherry Thorpe (Accounting), Heather Berg (Accounting), Pam Dewitt (Commercial), Tracy Hilliard (Trucks), Barbara Beckman (ESPP Claims), Stephanie Hawkins (ESPP), Shane Jenkins (Claims), Amber Merrill (PDI/Trucks), Gary Bullwinkel (IT), Mark Turnage (IT), George Eivaz (IT), Nancy Howell (PDI). Back Row: Jonathan Less (IT), Rick Austin (Commercial), Allen Dewitt (ESPP Claims), Jerry Phillips (Commercial), Bob Beckman (ESPP Claims), Wayne Smith (IT), Don Seymour (IT), Brandon Thorn- burg (IT). Not Pictured: Amber Roetker (TrackCert), Ashley West (Accounting), Bob Hardy (Commercial), Gary Ramsey (ESPP Claims), Larry Dejournet (IT), Leigh Thomas (Licensing and Compliance) Fecon, Inc. Introduces New Depth Control Rotor www.fecon.com • Booth 323 Fecon, Inc. introduces the Depth Control Rotor system (DCR), bringing a new level of performance and value to mulching, controlling the depth of bite, and efficiently direct- ing material flow so that energy is reserved for production. DCR cuts faster, delivering better fuel economy and more uniform particle size. e DCR system is an evolution that builds on Fecon's reversible Samurai Knife Tool. Depth control rings of the DCR system work in harmony with the Samurai Knife to enable more cutting with less HP. e shape of the Samurai knife edge efficiently slices as it chips, providing greater forgiveness on rock than straight- edged tools or saw teeth. Depth control rings lend further impact protection to the tool body, and reduces shock loading to the mechanical or hydraulic drive line. DCR will be available in skid steer model mulching attachments and most PTO and hydraulic prime mover models in 2014.

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