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Bricking Solutions releases Ez Flexx50 Bricking Machine

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Bricking Solutions, a full solution provider of refractory installation equipment, has released it's new Ez Flexx50 Bricking Machine.

Bricking Solutions releases Ez Flexx50 Bricking Machine

The largest version weighs 3100 pounds (1406 kg), making it one of the lightest in the industry. Despite its weight, the bricking machine offers the highest load capacity on the market, as much as 13200 pounds (5987 kg) with a 17.1 ft (5.2 m) work deck.

Bricking Solutions designed the Ez Flexx50 without the many nuts, bolts, and washers used for assembly of other machines, instead choosing a pin-together system coupled with redesigned, lightweight parts. This allows an experienced crew to assemble the machine in 60 to 90 minutes, compared to 6 to 8 hours for many competitive models. Like all Bricking Solutions equipment, the Ez Flexx50 is simple to assemble and maintain, and provides outstanding safety, productivity and ROI.

“We’ve been building bricking machines for over 50 years and have sold more than 1000 worldwide,” said Lars Lindgren, Bricking Solutions President. “That significant investment in time and learning about our customers has allowed us to develop one of the most innovative machines in the bricking installation industry. It is all about making refractory installation as easy, safe and profitable as possible.”

Bricking Solutions fabricates the Ez Flexx50 out of high-strength 6061-T6, aircraft-grade aluminum. The metal is as strong as steel, but weighs two-thirds less, making the machine the industry’s lightest. Other manufacturers build bricking machines with a combination of steel and aluminum, resulting in almost 2% more weight than Bricking Solutions’ largest model, with less than half the loading capacity.

The Ez Flexx50 offers the industry’s largest capacities. The standard unit can hold as much as 8800 pounds (3992 kg) or as much as 13 200 pounds (5987 kg) with an optional capacity upgrade. Installers can load the largest model’s platform with three pallets of brick, totalling 10 185 pounds (4620 kg), as well as workers and tools, while maintaining a 3-to-1 safety factor.

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