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The Heltzel Steel Form & Iron Company, 1932-1935 and n. d. | Historical Construction Equipment Association

By Thomas Berry

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Title: The Heltzel Steel Form & Iron Company, 1932-1935 and n. d.Add to your cart.

ID: 1/101/417

Extent: 0.05 Linear Feet

Subjects: Akron, Ohio, Asphalt form, Austin Manufacturing, Auxiliary drum, Batch bin, Belt finisher, Bin, Brick pavement, Broom finisher, Burlap drag, Cement batcher, Cement batch plant, Cement silo, Central mix plant, Clamshell crane, Coal screen, Concrete bucket, Concrete finisher, Concrete spreader, Concrete tools, Construction Equipment Hall of Fame, Curb and gutter form, Curing sprayer, Detroit Special, Dowel installer, Dry batch paver, Dry batch plant, Erie Railroad, Flex-Joint, Flex-Plane, Flexible form, Flexible Road Joint Machine Company, Form-riding, Formsetting, Helco Company, Heltzel, Heltzel Steel Form, John Nicholas Heltzel, Jointer, Motorized Mesh Strikeoff, Ohio Locomotive Crane, Parrish automatic template, Paving form, Retread Paver, Retread Spreading and Surfacing Machine, Roll-A-Plane, Scratch template, Screen plant, Serial number nomenclature, Sidewalk form, Thorman W. Rosholt Company, Three-wheel roller, Transit mixer, Trommel screen, W. E. Wright Company, Warren, Ohio, Work bridge

Forms of Material: Brochure, Catalog, Line card, Mailer, Sales literature

Languages: English

Subject/Index Terms

Akron, Ohio
Asphalt form
Austin Manufacturing
Auxiliary drum
Batch bin
Belt finisher
Bin
Brick pavement
Broom finisher
Burlap drag
Cement batcher
Cement batch plant
Cement silo
Central mix plant
Clamshell crane
Coal screen
Concrete bucket
Concrete finisher
Concrete spreader
Concrete tools
Construction Equipment Hall of Fame
Curb and gutter form
Curing sprayer
Detroit Special
Dowel installer
Dry batch paver
Dry batch plant
Erie Railroad
Flex-Joint
Flex-Plane
Flexible form
Flexible Road Joint Machine Company
Form-riding
Formsetting
Helco Company
Heltzel
Heltzel Steel Form
John Nicholas Heltzel
Jointer
Motorized Mesh Strikeoff
Ohio Locomotive Crane
Parrish automatic template
Paving form
Retread Paver
Retread Spreading and Surfacing Machine
Roll-A-Plane
Scratch template
Screen plant
Serial number nomenclature
Sidewalk form
Thorman W. Rosholt Company
Three-wheel roller
Transit mixer
Trommel screen
W. E. Wright Company
Warren, Ohio
Work bridge

Administrative Information

Repository: Historical Construction Equipment Association

Access Restrictions: There are no restrictions on this collection.

Acquisition Method:

Acquisition Note: This is an artificial collection comprised of records from multiple accessions. Initial records in this collection were found in files. Additional records have been added from:

• Judd Griffith Collection, Accession 2000-0113 (received Sep 22, 2000)

• Union Sand & Supply Corporation Collection, Accession 2001-0165 (received Jan 5, 2002)

• Gary E. Hansen, Accession 2007-0090 (received Dec 7, 2007).


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Group 1: Machinery records, 1932-1935 and n. d.Add to your cart.
Series 1: Sales literature, 1932-1935 and n. d.Add to your cart.
Subseries 1: Judd Griffith Collection, 1932-1935 and n. d.Add to your cart.
Subject 1: General product line, n. d.Add to your cart.
Item 1: Concentrated Engineering for the Concrete Industry, n. d.Add to your cart.
Heltzel sales literature: Line card discusses Road Form, Dual Duty Form, curb and gutter form, paving form, concrete tools, flexible form, sidewalk form, concrete bucket, batch bin, dry batch plant, central mix plant, cement batch plant, cement batcher, cement silo, and Flex-Plane form-riding curing sprayer, jointer, concrete finisher, dowel inserter, and Combination Machine (curing sprayer, broom finisher, belt finisher, burlap drag and jointer). Cites publication numbers of literature for each machine. Four page foldout.
Subject 2: Batch plants, 1932 and n. d.Add to your cart.
Item 1: Form No. B-1232, 1932Add to your cart.
Heltzel sales literature: Brochure discusses cement batch plant, cement batcher, weigh batcher, and Steel Trailer Bin dry batch plant and batch bin.
Item 2: Bulletin S-18B, n. d.Add to your cart.
Heltzel sales literature: Brochure discusses dry batch plant, batch bin, cement batcher and weigh batcher. Photograph subjects include Type A and Type B batch bin road forms and form-riding concrete finisher loaded out on flatcar. Line card also lists cement batch bin, cement batcher, asphalt form, paving form, concrete forms, scratch template, subgrader, tool box, concrete tools and work bridge.
Item 3: Bulletin S-21B, n. d.Add to your cart.
Heltzel sales literature: Brochure discusses dry batch plant, batch bin, central mix plant, cement batcher, trommel screen plant, coal screen plant, bin, cement silo, and Motorized Mesh Strikeoff, believed to be a form-riding concrete spreader. Photograph subjects include 1930s transit mixer, and Ohio Locomotive Crane clamshell crane lettered for W. E. Wright Company, Akron, Ohio. Line card also lists cement batch bin, cement batcher, weigh batcher, asphalt form, concrete forms, scratch template, subgrader, tool box, concrete tools, work bridge and burlap drag.
Item 4: Bin Equipment, n. d.Add to your cart.
Heltzel sales literature: Loose-leaf catalog discusses dry batch plant, batch bin and central mix plant.  Photograph subjects include 1930s transit mixer.
Subject 3: Asphalt finishers, 1932Add to your cart.
Item 1: Form 132 MS-1, 1932Add to your cart.
Heltzel sales literature: Brochure discusses Retread Spreading and Surfacing Machine formless asphalt finisher.
Subject 4: Forms, 1935 and n. d.Add to your cart.
Item 1: Forms, 1935 and n. d.Add to your cart.
Heltzel sales literature: Brochure and mailer discuss paving form. Includes formsetting instructions. Photograph subjects include: Erie Railroad steam locomotive tender; Austin Manufacturing Company three-wheel roller with Roll-a-Plane auxiliary drum riding forms; 45-foot formriding concrete finisher, touted as world’s largest; and wheelbarrows ganged at dry batch paver skip. One piece, printed over name of dealer Thorman W. Rosholt Company, also discusses Parrish Automatic Template and Heltzel Strike-Off form-riding screed for brick pavement construction.


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