Pennsylvania-based Industrial Recovery Services specialises in the valuation and sale of used industrial equipment and complete plants. IRS also undertakes private negotiated sales and liquidations. The firm are to sell assets surplus to the ongoing requirements of The Gunlocke Company located in Wayland, New York.
The Gunlocke Company was founded in Wayland in 1902. The company manufactures furniture for use in offices, meeting and training spaces, lounges and cafes. Bidding in the online auction of 157 lots will close on the 23rd of March. The assets can be inspected by appointment before the auction closing date and include:
Shoda twin table CNC router and vacuum pumps; Weeke BHX-050 vertical CNC machining center; Timesavers 243-21C (43″) two head wide belt sander; L&L GA-100 Glu-All feed through RF edge gluer with end clamping; Brandt Optimat KD-55 single sided edgebander with sanding station; Tannewitz vertical bandsaw; Crouch single sided edge sander; JKO HM4 hauncher; Cemco vertical boring machine; HON feed through rotating case flipper; Lift Co 3,000 Lb capacity hydraulic scissor lift table; Nash-Bell-Challoner B-205 multi head horizontal boring machine; Fortuna SAS high precision band knife leather splitting machine; American and Southworth hydraulic scissor lift tables; HNI double end chair leg chop saw; Greenheck air handling blower fan; Thermal Engineering oven fan control panel with Cutler Hammer motor starters; Nantek conveyor control panel with Cutler Hammer motor starters; Capital veneer clipper; upholstery cutting work tables ; Milwaukee 10″ Magnum slide compound miter saws; DeWalt and Makita slide compound miter saw; Milwaukee miter saw and Grizzly disc sander; Graco Triton finish pumps and pale toppers and much more.