Creteheads, Owen Blevins, ConcreteAnswers.tv bringing you the internet’s most passionate show about concrete plants and equipment. Today our guest host, Scott Humphrey from DHE Noble Equipment Company out in Tracy, California, is going to talk to us a little bit about CON-E-CO’s Remote Grease System. These are some of the features and advantages CON-E-CO has over the competition, so let’s have Scott tell us a little bit more. Check it out! Another one of the advantages of the CON-E-CO batch plant’s are the grease fittings. These are all located at grade level so nobody has to climb up. They’re individual Zerc fittings. We use a 3,500 PSI high pressure line so we can use automatic greasing. These are actually used for the agg bin, for the individual gear segments as you can see there are quite a few of them. We’ve added an addition to this; farther up in the batch plant other Zerc fittings are additionally used for some of the other components as far as the conveyor drives, tail pulley, and pillow block bearings. As you can see that they are called out for a visual confirmation that the greasing is taking place. Now we’ve even added an additional Zerc fitting up in the front of the plant for the miscellaneous items that are higher up. This is a great way to get the maintenance done on the batch plant, service is increased. You can see from the proximity that you don’t need to have any type of special gear to maintain the plant because you’re not off the ground. Scott, as always, thanks for that great explanation on the Remote Grease System on the CON-E-CO plant. Creteheads, as always, check out CON-E-CO. If you’re in the market for a plant and don’t put CON-E-CO on your short list, you’re making a big mistake and we both lose. Check them out at CON-E-CO.com. Of course, you can learn more at MAconcrete.com and hey, you know we love you at ConcreteAnswers.tv. See ya!