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Address 1000 Genesis Drive, Superior, WI, 54880, US
Phone 888-SHEAR-IT
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Genesis and Steelwrist sign agreement on SQ automatic coupler systems

As the global demand for fully automatic coupler systems is rapidly increasing, Genesis Attachments will from now on offer demolition work tools with SQ type adaptor plates directly from factory. The target is to increase productivity and reduce downtime for end users as the interface between work tools and adaptor plates can be made in a more efficient way with optimized hose routings directly from factory.

Liebherr supplies cylinders for new scrap shears by Genesis

They cut everything to pieces: car bodies, steel girders, entire ships and aircrafts. Scrap shears are the choice when it comes to crushing iron and other metals. One of the premium manufacturers is Genesis GmbH, which produces scrap and demolition shears of different sizes in Memmingen (Southern Germany) for users in Europe, Asia and Africa. For the new mobile scrap shears, which has a high cutting force even with a comparatively small carrier, once again turned to Liebherr-Components Kirchdorf GmbH for its robust, compact and durable hydraulic cylinders.

Genesis announces cloud-based attachment performance monitoring

Genesis Attachments announces Pulse Technology, the first-of-its-kind, cloud-based attachment performance monitoring system. Using integrated sensors throughout both hydraulic circuits, Pulse Technology delivers live diagnostic measurements for critical functions including jaw pressure, jaw circuit oil temperature, bi-directional rotation pressure, rotation circuit oil temperature, and rotational speed and flow.

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Demolition in “the sands”

While it does not set out to do so, the demolition component of Tervita Corporation’s Environmental Services division is used to turning heads. The company, after all, recently lifted a Cat 325 excavator to the top of an eight-story building to demo it from the top down, undoubtedly prompting stares – and a stiff neck or two. On a recently-completed project in the Alberta oil sands, the division performed an even more impressive feat, dismantling some truly mammoth structures and equipment and processing the more than 25,000 tons of steel it represented within a tight 110-day window. To make that happen, they assembled a fleet of mobile hydraulic attachments, including some of the largest Genesis mobile shears at work today. In the process, they further solidified their reputation as one of Canada’s preeminent firms for safe, effective and impressive demolition results.