From Terry Dugas
“I called Darren to tell him that the PVG-12V topsoil screener I purchased from OMH ProScreen inc USA is an amazing piece of equipment. I had my doubts but the PVG-12V has far exceeded my expectations. I thought I might be able to screen about 50% of the ground material Darren said it would do; instead it does 150% more. OMH Proscreen really undersells the PVG 12V . I make utilities bedding, then rock, then loam on the surface. Since using this screener I do not have to buy out any material.
The most amazing thing about the PVG-12V is its portability and compact size. It fits on my trailer along with my skid steer. It is so easy to pick up and move around to where I need it. I take it to small yards and it has consistently saved me money. When I have a large screening job it is perfect because in just seconds I can work anywhere on the site by moving the screener.
I was told that the screener could very well pay for itself the first summer. My screener has already paid for itself in one month of using it. I never realized how much aggregate and soil is wasted by hauling off what we dug up and hauling new material in . Now screening it myself saves me money and time.
The design of this screener is well-suited to my needs. No engine to oil or worry about overheating and best of all no grease fittings – it is maintenance free . This screening plant does what a $20,000 screening plant can do. Even better. It only took me 5 minutes to change out screens. In my opinion, this screener is worth more and is simple and easy to use with great production.
I am extremely satisfied with my use of the PVG-12V topsoil screener. It is just amazing what this topsoil screener can do.
Anyone interested in purchasing the PVG-12V topsoil screener may call me for information. I’d be glad to share my experience using this great equipment.”
TDC Excavating LLC
“I am greatly pleased with this piece of equipment. After a considerable amount of research on the internet, I found the design of the PVG 12v to be the best screener for my purposes.
I really like the way the unit works and how easy it is to move around with my track loader and skid loader. It took my sons 30 minutes to sift the same amount of dirt, that would normally have taken two days to screen by hand. It has already well surpassed my expectations. I can see using this soil screener far more than I thought I would.
The best part is the quality of the equipment for the price. I encourage anyone looking for a dirt screener to contact me, because I highly recommend the screener I bought from OMH Pro Screen USA.”
From Dennis Miller
The soil screener arrived yesterday. Because of another project I only got to try it out briefly. Works like a charm, especially here with our material. I am impressed by how well built the thing is. I have a Cat 226B skid steer, not the smallest, but close. It picks up the screener fine with the forks. The screener is just under the weight rating of my skid steer. The screen size works just perfect for my needs. Anyway I am very happy with the machine.
From Dustin Christensen:
“In 2007 I called Brad to bring me a screening bucket to screen out some rock and dirt on a large landscape project. Brad told me he would but thought it might be a good place to try out his portable screen he had started marketing. When he got to the site I really wasn’t interested in the screen because I had my mind set to get this project done and was planning to use the screening bucket for the bobcat.
Then we set up the screen and started screening. Wow, we got more done with the screen in one hour then I had estimated getting done the whole day with the bucket. I told him “I’ll take it”, and we kept on working. The way it ended up is instead of doing just the smaller amount of sorting we planned, we screened all the soil on the entire site. The advantage was that instead of hauling off all the rough soil, we use it on site for all the topsoil and rockeries. This also saved us purchasing new soil and rock and all the hauling. By doing this we paid for the screen on that job, we were able to sell some of the excess materials from the job, we saved the customer money and put a lot more money into our pockets.
We continued to use the screen on many of our larger projects. We would attempt to use it on smaller projects but found that it was sometimes more work to get it to the job and set up then just hauling off and hauling in.
Then one day Brad gave me a call again and said he had created a smaller battery operated screen that might work better for my smaller projects. So we gave it a try. It worked perfect for the smaller projects and in conjunction with the larger screen it worked perfect for the larger projects as well.
On the smaller projects we could dump anything over the 12V without it getting hung up or damaging it. The size of the 12V really makes a huge difference. We can haul it on the truck or trailer width ways and still have plenty of room for the bobcats. We can move it around a site with out the awkwardness because of its smaller size.
Its also very quiet and that keeps the neighbors happy. With the smaller size and since there is no hopper to get hung up on we find ourselves using it much more then the larger gas powered. However on our larger projects we find that we use the 12V much like a first run grizzly and the larger gas powered as a second run, fine screen. I love the 12V, it fits all of our diverse needs and it makes the gas powered model really shine when used together.”