Cincinnati Industrial Auctioneers was first established in 1961, growing from a one-person operation to a national corporation. Serving clients across North America, the firm provides industrial equipment sales, asset disposition, appraisal and auction services to Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, lending institutions and government agencies. Cincinnati Industrial Auctioneers conducts around 60 auctions every year across a range of industry sectors.
In a webcast auction on the 15th of September Cincinnati Industrial Auctioneers will sell conventional and CNC machinery formerly operated by Hallmor Inc. Founded in 1972, Pennsylvania machining firm Hallmor Inc manufactures fabricated structural metal and steel, and other metal products.
Equipment available in the auction includes: Tool room and maintenance machinery including: Morrison keyseater; 12″ X 48″ Thompson surface grinder; Summit model 250-M horizontal band saw; Bridgeport 2 HP variable speed mills; Poreba gap bed lathe; grinders, sanders; shop presses, drills, saws, arbor presses. CNC equipment including: Daewoo “Diamond” DMV-500 CNC vertical machining center; Haas TL1 CNC lathe (2006); Mazak SL30 universal 150 slant bed lathe; Haas VF1 CNC vertical machining center (2012); Haas 15 HP high torque horizontal machining center; G&L type 340, TOS type W-10D and AYCE type 90G4 horizontal mills. Inspection and shop equipment including: Miller and Lincoln welders; Faro Cam 2 inspection arm with computer. Trucks and lift trucks including: 2017 and 2010 Chevy 2500 HD 4×4 pickups; 2014 Ford F550 stake bed truck; Hyster H60FT pneumatic tire forklift.
The assets are located in Bethel Park, Pennsylvania and may be inspected the day before the auction by appointment with the auctioneer only.