Quick change spreader

24 April 2008

The Super Bar, a patent-pending spreader from Sunshine of Central Florida, is now available. The spreader was designed by Trentis Durden, owner of Sunshine of Central Florida, who has been working as a crane owner and operator for almost 30 years. Durden saw the need for a new spreader and has spent the last three years developing the Super Bar.

The 125 ton capacity bar is available in three sizes, and the main selling point is the quick rig spacing time claimed by the manufacturer. Sunshine says that rig spacing can be changed in less than four minutes and that the Super Bar will “pay for itself in six months” as a result of reduced time and labor costs.

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