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Is a 1997 Beloit TNT-REEL, that is in great condition, a viable item for dismantle and re-use? NIAGARA Development has a butte, and says it is!

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Individuals that installed the BELOIT TNT Reel have told me that I have quite a unit.  While they would buy the unit, set it up in their shop for view and ultimately re-install the item in a users facility, the interim step would raise the price.  A direct buyer would have a great asset and would be able to directly install this unit without delay.

We have the BELOIT TNT-Reel and a like VALMET OPTI-Reel.

EQUIPMENT TYPE:    BELOIT TNT Reel

Specific Name – Beloit TNT (Tension, Nip, Torque) Reel
Purpose – Wind a superiorly uniform jumbo roll of LWC paper from start to finish
Dimensions – 224” Working trim width
Age / Condition – Installed in 1997, well maintained

OPERATING DATA:    
Sheet Width – 224 Inches
Spool Width – 243.5 Inches
Spool Diameter – 27.75 Inches
Reel Drum Diameter – 48 Inches
Roll Diameter – 110.5 Inches Maximum
Design Speed – 4000 FPM

NIAGARA Development also has a VALMET OPTI-Reel that was installed in 1994.  Another fantastically complete unit that could go right to work.  Our NIAGARA Worldwide LLC team could dismantle the unit and load it into containers or onto trucks with limited cost to the buyer.

EQUIPMENT TYPE:    VALMET OPTIREEL
Specific Name – Valmet OPTIREEL paper machine reel
Purpose – Wind an optimally uniform jumbo roll of LWC paper throughout the winding process
Dimensions – 153” Maximum sheet width
Age / Condition – Installed in December 1994, well maintained

OPERATING DATA:    
Sheet Width – 153 Inches Maximum
Spool Diameter – 22.2 Inches
Reel Drum Diameter – 43.3 Inches, double grooved, tungsten carbide coated
Roll Diameter – 104 Inches Maximum
Design Speed – 3500 FPM, balanced for 4000 FPM
Turn up Efficiency – 99 %

Let me know if either of these units are right for your operation?  I have pricing available upon request.  If you know of an interested group, I will negotiate a commission with the finder.

Contact me Today to discuss these and other items available at the Former NewPage Mill:

Eric J. Spirtas Niagara Development LLC
1101 Mill Street, Niagara Wisconsin 54151
314.780.3742 Direct – 866.735.9925 Fax – eric.spirtas@niagaraworldwide.com
http://www.niagaraworldwide.com

HERE ARE THE ATTACHMENTS THAT ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST:

TNT REEL Documents
2 Complete Attachments Available (First 5Pages – Second 27Pages)

OPTI REEL Documents
Complete Attachment Available (3Pages)

Let me know if either of these units are right for your operation?  I have pricing available upon request.  If you know of an interested group, I will negotiate a commission with the finder.

Contact me Today to discuss these and other items available at the Former NewPage Mill:

Eric J. Spirtas Niagara Development LLC
1101 Mill Street, Niagara Wisconsin 54151
314.780.3742 Direct – 866.735.9925 Fax – eric.spirtas@niagaraworldwide.com
http://www.niagaraworldwide.com

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There must be a demand for Paper Making Refiners, everybody wants the NIAGARA Worldwide 42 inch Beloit Double “D” Refiner!

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Even with the amount of product on the market, there sure seems to be a demand for the refiners that we have in stock, from our 42 Inch Beloit Double “D”, to our Sprout-Waldron 42 inch unit.

Have you seen all of the NIAGARA Worldwide PRIVATE TREATY Offering’s?

EQUIPMENT TYPE:   42 Inch Beloit DD 4000 Refiner

  • Manufacturer                    Beloit
  • Model                                    4342 HS
  • Serial No.                             D-3041
  • Condition                             Excellent, well maintained

MOTOR DATA:  

  • Manufacturer                    Louis Allis
  • Model/Type                        WP II X
  • Serial No.                             7AP144L-001
  • Horse Power                      1500 HP
  • Speed                                    510 RMP
  • Power Supply                    4160
  • Volts                                      3 Phase, 60 Hz, 1.15 S.F.
  • Frame                                   7410 Z

 

 

 EQUIPMENT TYPE:   42 Inch Sprout-Waldron Refiner

  • Manufacturer                    Sprout-Waldron
  • Model                                    42” T.F.
  • Serial No.                             82-1610
  • Condition                             Good, well maintained

 MOTOR DATA:  

  • Manufacturer                    GE (General Electric)
  • Model                                    5TS 850750C3
  • Serial No.                             EW 8431102
  • Horse Power                      1000 HP (Synchronous)
  • Speed                                    514 RMP
  • Power Supply                    4160 Volts, 3 Phase, 60 Hz, 1.0 P.F.
  • Frame                                   8507 Z
  • Excitation                            250 Volts DC, 36.1 Amps DC

Contact Me to discuss our other refiners, various equipment or even the Beloit and Sprout that you see here.

Let me know if you have any questions, as these units will be moving fast:

Eric J. Spirtas
NIAGARA Worldwide
314.780.3742 – eric.spirtas@niagaraworldwide.com

 

 

NIAGARA Development has an updated list of equipment for paper makers AROUND the World!

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Building a Future through the Past!

As the property owners continue to prepare the FORMER NewPage NIAGARA Plant in NIAGARA Wisconsin for RE-USE and the associated “New Life” that it can support, a long list of previously used equipment has been assembled and staged for reuse:

 


Contact me today to discuss details or to set up a site meeting
Eric J. Spirtas – eric.spirtas@niagaraworldwide.com – 314.780.3742

CLICK HERE for the most recent NIAGARA Development PDF listing of available paper making assets.

Area Item MFG Model Serial # Size Qty Note
PGW Grinders Tampella T1812     4  
PGW Grinder Motors E/M     7000 hp 5  
PGW Kone Deck Kone       1 4 Stations
PGW Grinder Shredder Tampella       2  
PGW Air Compressor Gardner Denver ST-75   361 acfm 3 1-75 hp/2-125 hp
Ship Dewire / Destack Advanced Dyn.       1 Kraft System
Ship Bale Syst Conveyors           Kraft System
Ship Bale System Hydr           Kraft System
Ship Wet Lap Andritz     100″ 1 twin wire press
PM43 Winder Jagenberg       1.5 $175K-$200K
NM Refiners Sprout-Walron     42″ 1 Post Gwd
Stock Refiners Beloit Jones     42″ 1 SW Kraft
Stock Pulper Agit, Pump           6 ton capacity
PM44 Blower Spencer          
PM43 Fan Pump Goulds 3420   945 hp   low pulse
Blch Twin Wire Press Andritz     2.6 m 1  
Blch Twin Wire Press Andritz     2.8 m 1  
Blch Drum Washers Impco       2 W/4 showers each
Ship Chemical Mixer Andritz HCM3HH     1 300hp motor
PM43 Vacuum Pumps Siemans 2BE3   15000 cfm 3 Liquid Ring
PM43 Vacuum Pumps Nash 904-S1     2 Liquid Ring
PM44 Vacuum Pumps Siemans 2BE3   15000 cfm 4 Single 1000 hp m
PM43 IR Dryers Solaronics GEM-9   225″ Width 2 5 row units
PM43 Vibrating Sceens Jonsson       2  
PM44 Vibrating Sceens Jonsson       2  
PM43 Attenuator Beloit       1 Thin stock – 1991
PM44 Attenuator Beloit       1 Thin stock
PM43 Pressure Screen Bird 50   .047 slots 1  
Ship Pressure Screen Bird 400   .032 slots 1  
Ship Pressure Screen Bird 400   .032 slots 1  
Ship Pressure Screen Hooper psv400   .005 slots 1  
Ship Pressure Screen Hooper psv400   .005 slots 1  
Ship Pressure Screen Hooper psv400   .005 slots 1  
Ship Pressure Screen Hooper psv400   .005 slots 1  
Ship Pressure Screen Ahlstrom       1 F2 Screen
PM44 Pressure Screen Voith 31   .047 slots 1  
PM44 Oil Flow Meters         6 Multiple meter unit
PM44 Reel Section Valmet Opti     1 150″ Trim
PM43 Reel Section Beloit TNT     1 225″ Trim
PM44 Vacuum pump Siemans 2BE     1 Flatbox Vac
PM43 Cleaners Noss     800 cones 1 Primary
PM43 Cleaners Noss     300 cones 1 2nd stage
PM43 Cleaners Noss     100 cones 1 3rd stage
PM43 Cleaners Noss     34 cones 1 4th stage
PM43 Cleaners Noss     12 cones 1 5th stage
PM44 Cleaners Noss AM80-D   480 cones 1 Primary
PM44 Cleaners Noss AM80-C   200 cones 1 2nd stage
PM44 Cleaners Noss AM80-D   75 cones 1 3rd stage
PM44 Cleaners Noss AM80-G   34 cones 1 4th stage
PM44 Cleaners Noss AM80-G   12 cones 1 5th stage
Ship Cleaners Celleco 350   64-5″ 1 1st S Primary
Ship Cleaners Celleco 350   40-5″ 1 2nd S Primary
Ship Cleaners Celleco 350   16-5″ 1 3rd S Primary
Ship Cleaners Celleco 350   6-5″ 1 4th S Primary
Ship Cleaners Celleco 300   1-5″ 1 5th S Primary
Ship Cleaners Celleco 270   22-_” 1 1st Secondary
Ship Cleaners Celleco 270   6-_” 1 2nd Secondary
Ship Cleaners Celleco 270   2-_” 1 3rd Secondary
Ship Pumps Waukesha 320     2  
Ship Pumps Wauk/Lobeflo       17 Removed
Stock Pumps Goulds sm -med     10 Installed
Stock Pumps Goulds Centr     8 Installed
Stock Pumps Ahlstrom       5 Installed
PM Vacuum pump Nash       2 Installed
PM Filters Ronnigan Peters       2 Installed
Stores Pump Parts Gould/Ahlstrom       1  
GR Roll grinder Cincinnati       1 50″ x 338″
BH Burners – coal CE RO     4  
BH Grate system B & W       2 75,000 lb per hr
BH Precipitator       4 fields 1 Electrostatic
BH Baghouse GE Max 9   9 modules 1 BACT compliant
BH ID fan Clarage 173   300k cfm 1 1250 hp vsd
BH Coal Crusher/Scrn Gunlach     50 tph 1 process stoker
Env Sludge Press Andritz       2 30 dtpd
Yard Wood Loader Hough 550     1 1991
BPM Turbine Westinghouse       1  
BPM Conveyor 7’w x 30’l
Conveyor
w/ Motor w/ Gearbox   1  
BPM Gullitone 72 Inch wide Roll Splitter 50′ inch dia   1  
BPM Refiners Sprout 20 inch Motor Separate     1  
BPM Refiners Sprout 20 inch Motor Separate     1  

NIAGARA Worldwide LLC – Offers a Huge Liquidation Tomorrow and Thursday in the Upper Pennninsula – Click on pictures below for full Brochure and Registration Information

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www.niagaraworldwide.com – Click on our web site for other great liquidation opportunities

NIAGARA Worldwide LLC – Your Liquidation Specialists
Contact Eric J Spirtas today for personal assistance
314.780.3742 Direct Phone
eric.spirtas@niagaraworldwide.com

Large Press and Machine Shop Liquidation – Creating value from dormant assets! Closing Friday – July 8th

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Niagara Worldwide – Helps Another Client

The Next Ongoing Events

TIMED EVENT – ENDS JULY 8

ONLINE AUCTION:
Steel Parts Manufacturing
Tipton, Indiana

Download The Auction Postcard (PDF) View Auction Brochure Flip Book
Download the Steel Parts Lotbook (PDF) Download Rigger List (PDF)

For most small business owners, the thought of liquidation is appalling and grotesque.  The media depicts its general ideas associated with liquidating into your brain:  Front pages of newspapers read bankruptcy, tickers scroll the bottom of your televisions with exponentially increasing debt figures, and small businesses stick up gaudy neon-colored ‘STORE CLOSING SALE’ signs that scream urgency.  With the economy in its current state, it’s not difficult to fall victim of all the hype [and scare].  Yet, the media fails to acknowledge the rest of the liquidation business; the beneficial business strategy of liquidation: converting your obsolete, overstock, salvage, returns, and excess inventory into immediate, upfront, and useable cash.

There are two major forms of liquidation: compulsory and voluntary.  When you hear of liquidation in the media, it is compulsory liquidation, which is when you are forced to liquidate by law.  Compulsory liquidation is the last resort for a business.  It involves selling off every aspect of the business, from their inventory all the way up to their debts.  When a company is compulsory liquidating, they are closing their doors for good.  The latter form, voluntary liquidation, is the unspoken strategy that is used frequently within all Fortune 500 businesses.

Call NIAGARA Worldwide today to see how we can support the re-sale and re-purposing of your industrial assets. 

Eric J. Spirtas – President
NIAGARA Worldwide
715-251-3151 Main Office Telephone

www.niagaraworldwide.com  
eric.spirtas@niagaraworldwide.com

NIAGARA Worldwide works with HYPERams to Liquidate Lafayette Louisiana Facility

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ANOTHER NIAGARAworldwide liquidation that proves the theory of association.

Strong Networking, Direct Marketing and a Team of Experienced Sales People allow for another NIAGARA Worldwide liquidation.

Burdette Wilber through GW Associates and NIAGARA Worldwide is working in conjunction with Thomas Pabst, a truly experienced professional in the liquidation, asset recovery business, to maximize results for another satisfied customer.

Information about Thomas Pabst’s:

An innovative, results oriented operational and financial leader with a consistent history of increasing productivity and profit. Excellent investigative, analytical, planning and team building skills. Proven ability to identify profit opportunities and drive their achievement.

Ongoing Events

TIMED EVENT – ENDS JUNE 30

ONLINE AUCTION: Generator, Marine Equip, Trucks, and More

Lafayette, LA

Download Auction Postcard (PDF) Download the Gulf Fleet Lotbook (PDF)

Special operations of HYPERams

  • Deal structuring and contract negotiation.
  • Asset disposition for maximum return.
  • Team building and recruiting top quality team members.

Thomas Pabst’s Experience

President – HYPERams, LLC

Investment Management industry
November 2010Present (8 months)
HYPERAMS is an entity that invests in asset disposition transactions and other related distressed investment opportunities. Asset classes range from inventory to loan portfolios, and we can sell such assets through a variety of methods. HYPERAMS will concentrate its business on principle positions of any size.

295 Motors SOLD! NIAGARA Worldwide pegs another great sale!

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Written June 24th, 2011 – NIAGARA Wisconsin

From the NIAGARA Development project site in Niagara Wisconsin, Eric J. Spirtas and Burdette Wilber negotiate, prepare and hold another e-auction that has clearly satisfied the seller and the buyers.

The key to designing a successful auction (“Live or On-Line”) requires the knowledge of an experienced auctioneer.  Lot sizes, location, blend of goods, length of sessions…  These decisions are not guesses, but more so proactive strategic determinations that come from years industry exposure.  


A smart customer and a smart liquidator make for a smart auction…  The process is not magic.  There are many ways to fail, but in most cases there are a few ideal paths to success.

A customer must always beware of the (“guarantee”).  There is no such thing, unless the auctioneer is putting up cash to buy the lot at a base number, or truly bonding the results.  Most times the “hustling” liquidator is trying to play on the perceived dollar signs in the eyes of his customer.  

As NIAGARA Worldwide closes another sale, it is important to reflect on the points that aid in running a successful auction.

10 Points on How to Run A Successful Auction!

  1. Because your auction is of a specific nature it is imperative to select an auctioneer that is ideally suited to this type of Auction. For example, a Fine Art Auctioneer is not always the person to select when conducting a charity auction which may include sporting memorabilia and assorted items that have been donated.
    The success of your auction often depends on the ability of the auctioneer and his knowledge of the type of goods being submitted to auction. The hype and spontaneous activity that comes with these types of auctions requires certain qualities such as a quick wit, an ability to “get on with it” and sell for extended periods at a fast pace. Alternatively, more refined auctions such as Fine Art calls for an auctioneer that displays a good level of patience and decorum. Selection of the most suitable auctioneer is sometimes understated and many auctions fail to reach the desired results and standards because of poor selection.
  2. Much credence should be given to the selection of the Auction venue when organising your auction. The venue should reflect the quality and type of auction being held in order to achieve your maximum result. When conducting an auction it is often difficult to judge the projected size of the crowd and therefore the crowd catering in relation to seating and general hospitality is dependant on these factors. It is very important that potential purchasers have the necessary access to auction items in order to ascertain their value and suitability to their needs. Special emphasis should be placed on the venue because too much room or too little room at the wrong venue will be counterproductive to the success of the auction.
  3. Sufficient advertising and promotion of your auction is absolutely critical to it’s success. Select the best possible advertising mediums to expose your specific auction and attempt to reach the target market by way of these mediums. Very careful consideration needs to be given to the target market when deciding on the most suitable advertising campaign. Depending on the type of auction, the time and value of the campaign can vary quite substantially but it is important not to under expose the auction if you wish to maximise the financial result. Having a strong, qualified crowd of buyers goes a long way towards success.
  4. Ensuring that sufficient, trained staff are engaged to assist in all facets of the auction process is very important. The presence of relevant staff members in areas of registration, presentation of items, acceptance and delivery of auction items etc is a critical component of a successful auction.
  5. When conducting an auction of any type it is imperative that the auction items are presented to the public in the best possible condition. In an ever-increasing competitive world, pristine presentation will strongly enhance a seller’s chances of achieving a good price for their auction items. Attention to detail in presentation is sure to be rewarding.
  6. An important part of the auction process is to provide a number of payment options to satisfy the needs of the buying public. These days acceptable methods of payment at the most auctions are cash, personal cheque, bank cheque and various forms of credit card options. Auction items will normally remain on site until full payment is received unless alternative arrangements are made prior to auction. It is important for the auctioneer to make everyone aware of auction payment conditions prior to commencement of the auction.
  7. To continue the smooth operation of the auction process it is important that buyers are able to take delivery of their auction purchases with a minimum of fuss. Trained staff will assist with efficient delivery of items once payment has been made. Safe delivery is an important part of the process.
  8. Re-enforce the absolute necessity to receive full payment for auction items prior to collection by buyers. Failure to enforce the payment policy can be a financial disaster. History tells us that a soft approach in this area of the auction process often leads to moral and financial disappointment.
  9. When formalizing an agreement with an auctioneer it is important to discuss the financial settlement arrangements once the auction is completed. Once again, depending on the type of auction being conducted, the auctioneer (or his agency) will collect the auction proceeds and, in turn, disperse the proceeds to the relevant recipients. Normal deductions prior to release of funds to the seller will include Agents Commission and Advertising.
  10. The information obtained from Buyer Registration forms will provide invaluable contact details for future auctions. The growing of your database of potential purchasers can lead to the ongoing support and success of your auctions for many years to come.

    (“10 Points on how to run a successful auction are a reprinted from find an auctioneer.com.au”)

Call today if you are looking for guidance and support at your facility.  Let us earn you a maximum payout!

Eric J. Spirtas – 314.780.3742 – eric.spirtas@niagaraworldwide.com