PALMER-TECH CANNING SYSTEMS BUSINESSES CLOSED
Auction Date: lots start closing on Tuesday, February 18th at 11:00 am EST
Location:**Note** Two Locations.
LOCATION 1 (LOTS 1-28) – PALMER-TECH, 301 Poor Dr., Warsaw, IN 46580 From US Highway US-30 in Downtown WARSAW IN, Take the IN-15/N. Detroit St. Exit, go South on IN-15/ Detroit St. ½ Mile to the Second Right, Turn Right on Poor Dr., Auction is on Left at 301 Poor Dr., Warsaw, IN 46580, Watch for Signs !!
LOCATION 2 (LOTS 29-378)– PALMER-TECH, 3204 Olympia Drive Suite A, Lafayette, IN 47909 From I-65 South of Lafayette IN, take Exit 168, IN-38, go West on IN-38 4 miles, turn Left on Veterans Memorial Parkway, go West 2 ½ Miles to Concord Rd., Turn Right, go ½ Mile to Olympia Drive, Turn Left, Auction is on Right at 3204 Olympia Drive Suite A, Watch for Signs !!
Inspection: Monday, February 17th from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Removal: February 20th & 21st from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm - NO EXCEPTIONS!
Rigger Information: Wendt, LLP, (574) 259-5407, ask for John or Tim; Fulcrum Rigging, (574) 780-3128
LEBLOND 19″ x 36″ ServoShift Toolroom Lathe, SN 5E-345, 5C Spindle Nose Collet Chuck, 10″ 6-Jaw and 12″ 4-Jaw Chucks, Steady Rest, T-Slotted Face Plate, Acu-Rite III 2-Axis Digital Readout,
BRIDGEPORT ROMI EZ-Path S CNC Lathe, SN 002-083253-363, New in 1998, EZ-Path CNC Control, 8″ 6-Jaw Chuck, 8-Station Turret, Tailstock, 10″ 4-Jaw Chuck,
SOUTHWESTERN INDUSTRIES TRAK DPMS3 Bed Type Vertical Mill, SN 041AR12558, Proto Trak SM CNC Control, 40 Taper, 3 H. P., 10″ x 50″ Table
CLAUSING Kondia FV-1 Variable Speed Vertical Mill SN X-86, Servo Table Powerfeed, 9″ x 48″ Table, R-8 Spindle, Newall Sapphire 2-Axis Digital Readout
TORIT Model 60CAB Dust Collector, SN 1G705155, 115V, 1 phs.
COBRA Mig 20 Mig Welder, SN 00070001, Mig Gun, 208/230V, 1 phase
Granite Surface Plate, 24″ x 36″ x 4″ NO STAND
MILLER Millermatic 252 Mig Welder, SN MF200338N, with Mig Gun, Ground Cable, and Regulator, 220V, 1 phs.,
MILLER Syncrowave 210 Tig Welder, SN MJ260383L, with Tig Gun, Ground Cable, and Regulator, 115/230V, 1 Phase,
MILLER Diversion 180 Tig Welder, SN MF520383L, with Tig Gun, Ground Cable, and Cart, 115/230V, 1 phase
ESAB EMP215ic Mig Welder, SN 552-629-0125, with Mig Gun, Ground Cable, Stick Gun and Welding Wire, 220V, 1 phase
THERMAL ARC 95S Tig Welder, SN D12010086AW1003200, with Tig Gun, Ground Cable, Regulator and Case, 115V, 1 phase
More Shop Equipment
BOLTON Model BS-712N Horizontal Bandsaw, SN A14091123, 7″ x 12″ Cap., 115V, 1 phase
Power Tools, Saws, Sanders, Tool Boxes, Werner Ladders, Drum Fans, Shelving, Pallet Racking, Tool Cabinets, New Part Inventory, Motors, Drives, Inverters, Controllers, Sensors, Power Modules, Many other items !!
Palmer Canning Machine
PALMER Canning Machine Model 20-4 Rotary Canning Machine, SN 2014002, New in 2014
2008 DODGE RAM 3500 Dually Pickup, VIN 3D7MX48A58G185466, Cummins 6.7L Turbo Diesel, 4 WD, Crew Cab, Automatic, AM/FM/CD, PW, PL, PS, 8′ Bed, Bed Toolbox, 271,635 Miles
2017 LOAD TRAIL Load Max Tri-Axle Gooseneck Car Hauler Trailer, VIN 4ZEGC4036H1144225, 21,000 lb. GVWR, 39′ Length, 37′ Deck, 2′ Beavertail, Ramps
2015 PJ Model FD252 Tandem Axle Dual Wheel Gooseneck Trailer, VIN 4P5FD2520F1229596, 25,000 lb. GVWR, 19,000 lb. Payload Capacity, 6,000 lb Trailer Weight, 25′ Overall Length, 20′ Deck, 5′ Beavertail with (3) Ramps, 102″ Wide, 38″ Deck Height, 8’11” Gooseneck Length
2014 PJ Model F8182 Tandem Axle 18′ Deckover Trailer, VIN 4P5F81822E1210850, 14,000 lb. GVWR, 10,550 lb. Payload Capacity, 3,450 lb. Trailer Weight, 96″ Wide, Ball Hitch
HYSTER Model S155XL2 Forklift, SN C024V02835D, 15,500 lb. Cap., LP, Hard Tire 2-Stage Mast, 6′ Forks, 8’9″ Mast Height in Down Position
YALE Model GLC060VXNVAE088 Forklift, SN A910V09682E, Cap., LP, 3-Stage Mast, Side Shift, 4′ Forks, 1,569 hrs. Showing on hour meter Compressors
U.S. GENERAL 5HP Tank-Mounted Vertical Air Compressor, 60 Gallon Tank, SN H0P616383, 208/230V, 1 phase
CENTRAL PNEUMATIC 5 HP Tank-Mounted Vertical Air Compressor, 60 Gallon Tank, SN UTY008876, 230V, 1 phase
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