Dultmeier Sales Renews Contract with Kansas DOT

Dultmeier Sales has recently acquired a contract renewal for the patented Brine Production System. The Kansas Department of Transportation recently finalized the contract for 20 new brine makers.  While boasting the Easiest Cleanout on the Market, Dultmeier’s Brine Production System also features:

  • Full Clean-out in less than 10 minutes
  • Use any standard loader bucket (8ft wide)
  • High Capacity – 4000 to 6000 GPH Production Rate
  • 6 Cubic Yard Hopper
  • Heavy Duty Construction
  • 10 Gauge Stainless Steel Hopper & Brine Tank
  • 3″ x 3/16″ Stainless Square Tube Frame

The days of crawling inside a brine hopper and shoveling out the “waste” are over.  Dultmeier Sales has engineered a design that allows a skid loader to pull under the hopper and unload the hopper completely in less than 10 minutes.  The Brine Production System also allows for a user to automatically produce salt brine and quickly adjust the salinity of the brine, on the fly, with a manual valve. Salinity can quickly be monitored by the mounted salimeter.

One of the other beneficial features of this Brine Production System is that there are no computer components or circuit boards that will indefinitely fail – leaving the user dead in the water.  The simplicity of this system is what also makes it extremely reliable – especially in crunch time.

Dultmeier has over 100 of these units throughout the Midwest including Nebraska Department of Roads (NDOR), Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT), and Oklahoma Department of Transportation (OKDOT).  Furthermore, this Brine Production System was highlighted with a product demonstration at the APWA Snow Conference in Des Moines, IA on April 23-25, 2017 and caught the attention of Iowa Department of Transportation.

Dultmeier Sales’ Brine Production system will be on display at the Kansas Winter Expo in Topeka, KS September 6-7th 2017.  Any additional questions don’t hesitate to contact Dultmeier Sales DeIce division at 1-800-228-9666.


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