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Virnig's New Skid Steer Attachment Internal Testing Process

Posted by: Darin Virnig on Feb 15, 2018 at 6:55 AM

Our original designs go through several phases of development, and internal testing occurs at every phase. Any new attachment for skid steer loaders is heavily scrutinized before making it to market. Here's an inside look at our process. 

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Visit Us At The ARA Rental Show 2018

Posted by: Tyler Monson on Feb 13, 2018 at 10:11 AM

Running from February 18-21, The ARA Rental Show 2018 in New Orleans is almost here. The Show consists of fantastic networking, opportunities to learn, and three days of viewing the latest and greatest products that suppliers have to offer.

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Introducing the V50 Root Rake Grapple Skid Steer Attachment

Posted by: Bryan Virnig on Feb 12, 2018 at 8:44 AM

The V50 Root Rake Grapple skid steer attachment is a two-cylinder, single jaw grapple designed for digging, raking, piling, and loading debris.

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Are You Deducting Equipment on Your Taxes? Here's What You Need to Know

Posted by: Andy Walz on Feb 7, 2018 at 9:14 AM

Those of you who are familiar with claiming equipment deductions on your taxes undoubtedly remember when the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act was signed into law by Congress in December 2015. This act, meant to be an incentive for businesses to invest in equipment as a way to stimulate the economy, was updated on January 2, 2018.  There are three key changes:

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Things to Consider Before Buying a Skid Steer Attachment [SlideShare]

Posted by: Bryan Virnig on Jan 31, 2018 at 8:01 AM

Even though there are many different skid steer attachments out on the market today, there's probably only a handful that fit the needs of a particular project. There are many variables that affect which attachment is best suited for an application, and we've put together a SlideShare to show you just how easy it is to narrow your options. 

Check it out: 

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We Take Our Cues from You: Product Testing to Better Serve Customers

Posted by: Darin Virnig on Jan 25, 2018 at 7:03 AM

For the past 28 years, we have built our attachments to better serve our customers. In our efforts to create and continuously improve product, we put our skid steer attachments through extensive testing. We need to know that our attachments can withstand project demands and provide end users with high-end performance, durability, and ease of use.

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Virnig Powers 40 Percent of Business through Solar Energy

Posted by: Bryan Virnig on Dec 28, 2017 at 8:00 AM

Outfitting Virnig Manufacturing with solar power started as an idea, became a plan, and then a project. With our newly installed solar system, 40 percent of our electricity will now come from our solar panel rooftop. Here's a little bit more about what this means for Virnig and the environment. 

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Virnig Attachments are Built to Last

Posted by: Tyler Monson on Dec 20, 2017 at 11:00 AM

Since 1989, Virnig has focused on producing high-quality, long-lasting skid steer attachments. From engineering and cutting raw materials to machining, welding and painting, Virnig attachments are made in-house. 

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V60 Hydraulic Snow Blade/Pusher [Infographic]

Posted by: Bryan Virnig on Dec 12, 2017 at 8:30 AM

The V60 Hydraulic Snow Blade/Pusher is different from the other snow attachments you'll find on the market. It's a hybrid of a snow blade and a snow pusher that gives operators the best of both attachments. Using hydraulic controls, you're able to switch from a straight blade to a snow pusher without exiting the cab. 

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Why Price Isn't the Only Factor to Consider for Skid Steer Attachments

Posted by: Tyler Monson on Dec 1, 2017 at 7:00 AM

Now, I know you've heard the old saying, "you get what you pay for," and I have to admit, it rings true even today. If you want quality, you're probably going to have to pay for it. Although there's always going to be someone out there who can make something cheaper, those low prices come with downsides.  

Typically, a less expensive product means that less money went into designing and manufacturing it. From what I've seen, this definitely holds true for heavy equipment, like skid steer attachments.

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