Earthmovers Article - New Carrier for Patch Planers
In the beginning - Multihog's Mini Planer
The desire to save money is constantly forcing local authorities and contractors to look carefully at their work practices and examine if there are smarter ways to accomplish tasks (Lean methodology).
In the early days, when Multihog was first introduced to Market (back in June, 2010!) it was repeatedly suggested by Highways professionsals at Multihog demonstrations that the Multihog could be a mean machine with a mini road planer attachment, similar to the conventional Skid Steer type.
On this advice, the Multihog's road planer was born and we have never looked back! It has rapidly reshaped the way many local authorities and contractors carry out road repairs. Unlike conventional planers the Multihog's productivity is one of the best performers on the market, its green and sustainable. Unlike traditional plant the multihog can be utilised for a range of diverse maintenance tasks meaning it can be used in all weather, 247!
In 2011, Graeme Kirk joined Multihog and Universal Bingham as they united in Rotherham to demonstrate one of the latest road planing combinations. You can download his article below:
Earthmovers Editorial - New carrier for patch planer
Rotherham Borough Council - The above demonstration subsequently led to Rotherham purchasing a Multihog with patch planer and winter maintenance attachments