Posted by: Bryan Virnig on Feb 11, 2020 at 1:36 PM
CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020 is right around the corner. Beginning on March 10, over 2,800 exhibitors will stake their claim, filling 2.6 million square feet of Las Vegas with the latest equipment advances and newest technology breakthrough applications in every aspect of construction.
This year, Virnig Manufacturing will join some of the biggest names in earthmoving, trucking/hauling, aggregates, concrete, lifting, mining, and utilities. And we hope you'll be there too.Read More
Posted by: Nick Bruns on Feb 6, 2020 at 11:31 AM
Consider This a two-beverage job.Read More
Posted by: Nick Bruns on Sep 30, 2019 at 1:08 PM
Within the Virnig line, there are nine different types of skeleton grapples, and each of these types comes in different models. In addition to skeleton grapples, we also offer scrap grapples, root rake grapples, fork grapples, and hay-handling grapples. Without boring you with the math, I’ll tell you this: that’s a lot of grapples.
In this blog, we’ll focus on skeleton grapples and, specifically, take a more in-depth look at the V60 Large Capacity Skeleton Grapple.Read More
Posted by: Nick Bruns on Sep 12, 2019 at 1:08 PM
Like a lot of attachments, skid steer pallet forks make quick work out of what would otherwise be heavy, time-consuming labor. And let me tell you, getting a loaded pallet from point A to point B is a lot easier when you have the right equipment to do it. A skid loader outfitted with a pallet fork attachment can be just the thing you need.Read More
Posted by: Bryan Virnig on Sep 5, 2019 at 8:27 PM
Construction jobs come in every shape and type imaginable. Still, they have one universal question in common: how long will it take? From the morning you begin setup to the moment your clean-up crew calls it a day, it’s common to use many types of construction equipment. Construction crews know the quality of their heavy equipment has a lot to do with how a job goes.Read More
Posted by: Nick Bruns on Aug 22, 2019 at 11:32 AM
How do you compare skid steer broom attachments? To the untrained eye, it can be difficult to tell the difference between a high-quality broom attachment and a poor-quality one. Even when there’s a couple of them sitting side-by-side at the dealership, it can still be tough to tell. When it comes to owning and operating a power sweeper, differences in quality start to stand out fast.Read More
Posted by: Bryan Virnig on Aug 13, 2019 at 9:36 AM
My wife and I recently dined at an excellent restaurant. The “Wow Factor” of the food was off-the-charts. While eating, something occurred to me: The meal was delicious for the same reasons that Virnig attachments are so superior to the competition—they both use CHOICE INGREDIENTS and SKILLED CHEFS.Read More
Posted by: Nick Bruns on Jul 8, 2019 at 11:16 AM
Every Virnig skid steer attachment is built to deliver superior, long-lasting performance. To ensure years of trouble-free service, we do ask one thing of our customers: Please give the same care to your attachments as you give to your skid steer. Attachments give skid steers the capabilities to move earth, clear brush, build fences, plow snow and much more. So, every auger, bucket, grapple, cutter, trencher, and tiller deserves the same attention as your machine.Read More
Posted by: Nick Bruns on Jun 26, 2019 at 12:29 PM
Power rake attachments are a must when you’re looking to rake, grade soil, and remove debris. Sure, all of this can be done manually, but expect to put in a lot more hours — and effort — to get the job done. On the other hand, having the right equipment for the job helps you make the best use of your time and stay safe while you’re at it. With the Virnig Power Rake, operators notice better performance and benefit from its additional features.
Here’s how one customer reviewed our power rake attachment:Read More
Posted by: Bryan Virnig on Jun 10, 2019 at 12:39 PM
Time is money. You've heard the saying before. In an industry like construction, where so many variables can get in the way of completing jobs, it’s an even bigger deal. Every construction job has plenty to coordinate around: equipment, workers, other crews, budgetary constraints and the weather. Not to mention the unpredictable surprises lurking underground or inside the walls of a building. These factors aren’t always within our control, but we can control what equipment we purchase.Read More