Mole-Master to Donate Junior 360H Whip Machine to Kansas State University

Mole-Master Services Corp., a leader in providing silo cleanout services and products to a broad spectrum of industries, donated a Junior 360H to Kansas State University (Manhattan, Kansas) for the university’s unique feed mill training program. Dr. Charles Stark and his students received the donated machine at the recent 2017 IPPE show.

“We have worked hand in hand as instructors with Kansas State and Dr. Charles Stark’s Feed Management program since we first met them at IPPE in 2013,” said Michael Bailey, national sales manager for Mole-Master. “We have trained many students with hands-on experience using Mole-Master equipment. Now, we are proud to donate one of our JR360H whip machines to KSU to further enhance this state-of-the-art training facility.”

The JR360H features a 5-in. diameter hydraulic cutting head that is the smallest in the market. This small size enables the cutting head to fit into extremely small flow channels or ratholes without losing any power or cleaning capacity.

Junior 360 models include a hose reel independent from boom assembly for easy set-up, a unique 360-degree bearing for infinite positioning of the cutting head, positive mounting for safe operation, a sectional boom that reaches up to 28 ft. (8.5 m), and a double-wire braided hose for added strength (available in lengths up to 200 ft.).

The Junior 360 is easy to transport and easy to assemble, making it the perfect equipment choice for silo cleaning and bin cleaning for do-it-yourself cleanout projects.


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