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The Groutzilla system from Stone Construction Equipment can now be powered either via a PTO or a 13-horsepower Honda gasoline engine

February 01, 2008

The Groutzilla system from Stone Construction Equipment can now be powered either via a PTO or a 13-horsepower Honda gasoline engine. Groutzilla is designed to simplify the placement of grout in blocks, walls, forms and foundations. Working in concert with a telehandler or large forklift, says Stone, Groutzilla’s mechanical delivery system can handle material of almost any slump to fill multiple courses of block spanning 20 feet or more. The geometry of Groutzilla’s hopper is designed to facilitate the flow of material to the auger, which pushes material out through a swing-away discharge snout. The design of the snout and hopper allows for easy clean up, says Stone. The hopper swings on roller bearings, allowing 360 degrees of swing for filling or cleaning the hopper, and 180 degrees of swing from material placement.

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