Blaw-Knox Turns 75CED Magazine Feb 2006
Article Date: 02-01-2006
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Ingersoll Rand is leading the celebration, and asks you to help.
This year marks the 75th Anniversary of the Blaw-Knox product line.
In 1931, Blaw-Knox introduced the Ord Finisher for asphalt paving, the first paver constructed with ends resting on forms that could be raised or lowered. This technology made it possible to use multi-lifts without resetting the forms. Ingersoll-Rand purchased Blaw-Knox in 1995, and is honoring the company's strong heritage this year.
Ingersoll Rand invites paving professionals to celebrate the heritage of Blaw-Knox products and asks customers to share information on:
To submit your story, visit the 75th Anniversary site at www.ir-bk75.com.
- The oldest Blaw-Knox paver in operation
- The oldest Blaw-Knox paver in existence
- The most unique application in which a Blaw-Knox paver was used
- The most unique jobsite on which a Blaw-Knox paver was used
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