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Killefer, Koehring

6 photo(s) Updated on: 09/18/2015
  • 1932 Koehring 27-E Twin Batch concrete paver. The boom, bucket and water tank are removed due to space limitations in the building.
  • 1954 Koehring 60-2A Dumptor. This 10-ton capacity truck was designed to work without turning around, enabling it to work in confined areas such as tunnels, quarries and mountainside roads.
  • c. 1930 Koehring 10-S Dandie concrete mixer. The model number indicated a mix capacity of 10 sack of cement, and side discharge relative to the direction of its travel.
  • c. 1930s Killifer No. 10 scarifier. Shown during delivery to the Museum, this machine was used to break up pavement and dirt for removal or leveling.
  • Killefer rotary scraper. Most rotary scrapers are much smaller than this example, shown during delivery to the Museum.
  • 1948 Koehring 304 dragline/crane. From the 1920s through 1970s, most cable excavators - except for the giant mining machines - could be set up to work as a shovel, crane, dragline or backhoe.

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