C.W. Machine Worx and Generac Form US Partnership
Published: 27/6, 2022
Generac has named C.W. Machine Worx (WORX), of Carroll, Ohio, as the exclusive U.S. distributor of the Dust Fighter 15000 and 20000 models. Both options be available to rent or purchase through WORX’s dealer, Company Wrench.
The DF 15000 and DF 20000 are mid-sized units capable of reaching throw ranges of 150 ft (45.7m) and 200 ft (61m) respectively. Equipped with Generac generators, both models are mounted on sturdy, well-balanced trailers. Although the specifications are generally similar, the Dust Fighters weigh considerably less than competitive models. This makes transporting dust suppression equipment to multiple jobsites easier and more affordable than ever.
WORX is no stranger to the Dust Fighter product, as it was the authorized Dust Fighter distributor 13 years ago when the product was owned by Tower Light. WORX stopped offering the Dust Fighter product to focus on manufacturing its own, domestic dust suppression product line. After successfully introducing the Dust Destroyer to the market, WORX began exploring other ways to establish itself as the leader in dust suppression equipment and technology.
WORX’s Product Manager, Hugh Gordon, believes adding the Dust Fighter options to its product offering accomplishes this goal.
“We had tremendous success selling Dust Fighters in the past,” Gordon says. “I’m confident we will build upon this success because of the brand recognition and the price point in the market. All of our dust suppression products, including the DF 15000 and DF 20000, feature a wheelless base design. Instead of using tricycle wheels, which can tip over if it’s top-heavy or stuck in a groove, WORX’s balanced trailer allows for increased stability and mobility.”
Reintroducing the DF 15000 and DF 20000 allows WORX to diversify its fleet with cost-effective options, which are appealing to a wider customer base. “The price, paired with the weight, stability, and high-quality generator, separates this product from its competitors,” Gordon said.