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Walker displays products to key decision-makers at water conference
May 21-23, 2012
HURON, OHIO - Ohio Rural Water Association's Annual Managers & Directors Conference, Exposition & Golf Outing took place May 21-23, 2012.
The event took place at Sawmill Creek Resort, in Huron, Ohio. Product Support Rep. Bill Durbin and Sales Rep. Jody Pauley represented Walker Engine Power. They, along with about 60 other exhibitors, traded company products and shared best practices with other decision-makers in the industry.
Walker engine power provides vital resource to water industries
Sept 13, 2011
From left: Product Support Rep. Bill Durbin and Sales Rep. Jody Pauley represented Walker Engine Power at West Virginia Rural Water Association's Annual Technical Conference. The event took place at Snowshoe Mountain Resort, Sept. 10-14.
SNOWSHOE – According to Walker Engine Power Sales Rep. Jody Pauley backup power in the water treatment/water producing industries is vital.
“If the power goes out, it is important to have a plan in place to continue to not only produce and treat water, but to maintain the delivery systems,” he said.
Consequently, in addition to Walker Engine Power many government health agency representatives, such as the Department of Environmental Protection attended the West Virginia Rural Water Association’s annual Technical Conference.
“They are very interested in what we have to offer,” Pauley said.
The event took place at Snowshoe Mountain Resort, Sept. 10-14. Pauley and Product Support Rep. Bill Durbin attended a booth showcasing what the Engine Power Division has to offer. They had brochures of docking stations; rental supplies showcasing everything from air compressors, heaters to generators and the new CT660 Caterpillar Vocational Truck. They also provided rental planning worksheets. These offer a series of questions to prepare folks for a power outage.
“When the lights do go out they will be prepared and know who to call, either myself, Bill or someone else at Walker Engine Power. It is another way to minimize their down time,” Pauley said.
Walker also had an outdoor display featuring a XQ30 Cat generator. Additionally, Durbin and Pauley taught a free course. The two-hour session packed in about 40 attendees.
“Out of those we made 30 new contacts,” Durbin said.
The class, “Generator Sizing and Design”, was about what generators are, how they work and why they are needed. It also presented information on the importance of contingency plans and what to do if the lights go out.
This was Walker’s fourth year to participate in the convention and according to Pauley it was the biggest crowd. One attendee Rob Weaver, construction supervisor for Lavalette Public Service District, said his department is very happy with their Cat C9 250kW trailer-mounted generator.
“We’ve not had any problems,” Weaver said. “We get great service out of the guys and the machines are very dependable.”
XQ30 Cat Generator