Waratah Forestry Equipment releases WaratahPlus app
Moline, Ill. (Jan. 30, 2020) – Waratah Forestry Equipment has released the new WaratahPlus mobile app, available as a free download on the App Store for Android and iOS platforms. The new app provides more accessibility to information for contractors and their equipment operators to set up and service their Waratah 600 Series machines. Intended to help with daily maintenance and other in-field procedures, the WaratahPlus app helps increase uptime by providing operators with the information they need to quickly service the machine.
“Uptime is critical in this business, which is why the WaratahPlus app is such a great benefit for our 600 Series customers,” said Brent Fisher, product marketing manager for Waratah. “It’s an accessible and easy-to-use app that not only helps with the set-up process, but also provides our customers with readily available information – taking any questions out of the day-to-day or not-so-routine tasks.”
The new reference tool provides a quick overview of key adjustments and helps answer basic service questions. The menu includes selections for service, setup, calibration, diagnostics and safety related information.
Step-by-step processes help outline procedures so the operator can quickly perform the required action. Caution notes help ensure safety measures are followed when any work is performed on the head.
“The WaratahPlus app is just another way we’re providing world-class support and service to our customers,” said Derek Graf, Regional Distribution Manager for Waratah Canada. “In addition to our boots-on-the-ground service, we want to empower our customers with the information they need to properly set up, calibrate and service their 600 Series heads through use of the app.”
The Waratah 600 Series 3- and 4-roller line includes the HTH616C, HTH618C, HTH622B, HTH622C 4×4, HTH623C, HTH624C 4×4, HTH624C, HTH625C and HTH626 Series-II. The 600 Series is available to customers in the United States, Canada, Latin America, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand and Russia.
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