ORICA NITROGEN, LLC LIQUIDATION AUCTION

  

Saturday, September 17, 2016           10 am sharp (Doors open at 8:30 am)

Orica Plant Site, 7700 West Dupont Road, Seneca, IL 61360

Orica Nitrogen is liquidating all office & remaining heavy industrial merchandise at its closed Seneca (Morris), IL site representing an older division. This is an ideal auction for businesses needing office accessories, including desks, chairs, file cabinets AND for specialty buyers inc. machine shops, welding & fabrication shops, industrial machining & even farmers who need storage & racking. Also, a ton of metal for all scrap recyclers.

TRUCK/BOAT: Untitled 1985 Ford F-600 G series (6.1-L gas engine) 14’ flatbed no battery, questionable tires. 10’ x 6’ Basstender 2-seat boat w/ mountable water sprayer tank and nozzles.

HEAVY INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY: (Nearly all major equip. is 3-phase). Southern Corp. 2005 shell & tube heat exchanger (inlet 1100F; outlet 525F, Osmonics reverse osmosis machine w/ Bray valves & controls (315 psi) & Lakewood instrument panel (some pipes broken), Rotex screener model R050994R (the Cadillac of material shaker screeners) with aluminum stainless mesh screen, several screen mounts & mounting brackets, W.F. Wells 4’ center band saw w/ 1hp Baldor motor, Drake air-over-hydraulic industrial metal press, ceiling mounted fume extractors, ceiling mount Demac 1,000-kg lift capacity chain hoist, 1-ton engine hoist, Gorbel 250-lb. hoist, Lincoln elec. fume extractor, Tepco elec. fume extractor, ceiling or wall-mount acetylene hose reels, 4’ x 8’ EMI air conditioning system, aluminum dust collector systems, Rigid threader w/ bolt and 16 dies, Buffalo commercial drill press & more than 3 dozen specialty large bits, Cincinnati 2 hp 480v dual-head floor-mounted grinder (8” x 2”), Tradesman .5 hp 110v dual head 6” grinder, Rockwell Delta floor-mounted upright industrial sander, LeBlond Regal metal lathe w/ 8’ bed & 10” swing,& dozens of accessory pcs, inc. 4-draw chuck, tool holders, live & dead centers, 1.25” thru-hole, scale buggy w/ weights,

INDUSTRIAL ACCESSORIES: 6-55 gallon drums of antifreeze, transmission fluid, oil, waste oil, synthetic oil, WD-40, 30 gallon compound 80W-90 w/ pump handle, Patton barn fan, Hercules 55-gal. drum mover, wheelbarrow, four 50kva elec. transformers, 3’ x 6’ flatbed hand cart, plastic pallets & pallet ramps, 3 sidewalk overhang metal awnings, 40’ stackable sea box container (usable for drive-in storage or shed if you don’t own a ship), aluminum hand truck, old traffic signs, wooden work benches 4’ x 10’ and 4’ x 8’ w/ slide drawers, hvy. shop floor & wall-mount cabinets, 100+ steel lockers, roller stands, hand dollies, 2-wheel hand pallet mover, LOTS of heavy industrial shelving, racking, floor buffer, halogens on stand, lots of large c-clamps, 16’ x 2’ x 3-tier industrial shelving, stainless dip tank, fume hood with fan, acid proof lab counters, six steel carrier cages w/ plastic totes (2,500 lb. capacity each), approx.. 500,000 sq. ft. of 40 mil plastic in 100’ x 20’ rolls, 2,000 gal. diesel fuel tank w/ elec. pump, 1,000 gal. gas fuel tank w/ elec. pump, four 8’ x 2’ concrete tile tubes, aluminum dip tank, water depth marker, post-hole digger & other long- & short-handled tools, gas gauge heads, Victoreen Geiger counter,

OFFICE SUPPLIES: Canon Image Runner 2030 copier/scanner, 4’ HP Design Jet 500 plotter, Savin 2518 printer, Savin 3820 fax/printer, approx. forty 5’, 6’ & L-shaped metal desks, several wood-laminate top metal desks, 60+ horizontal, upright & lateral filing cabinets w/ various fronts, widths & heights, 30 open metal office shelving units, many open-face & swing door metal black credenzas in asst’d colors & some on wheels, chair mats, Pelouze 100-lb. scale, office smalls inc. binders, hole punches, staplers, tape dispensers, pencil sharpeners, etc., 6’ tables, stackable chairs, office straight & exec. chairs, waste baskets, wall mount key cabinet, wall mount shadow display boxes, Austin shredder, Consolette base station 136-174 MHZ base station (license required), 30 Motorola portable radios & chargers, upright drafting table, 6’ wooden desk & matching credenza, bookcases, dry eraser boards (some with wood cabinets), PLUS white board w/ printout, 10 red leather & wood barrel chairs, many wall clocks, 12’ conference table, wall mount coat rack, Hubbell thermo-controlled server cabinet, coat rack, AB Lounge Sport exerciser chair, rolling metal file cart, plastic 8.5”x11” stackable files, 2’ round office tables & chairs, metal wire filing system, fabric lounge & guest chairs, cutting board, 3-step & 2-step ladder, Ibico elastic book binder, black fabric/leather guest upright chairs, luncheon table & chairs, sm. computer tables, hanging blueprint storage rack w/ display table, 14 leather conference room chairs, AV cart, 3’ round chrome & wood table, orange O-ring life preserver, Destroy-It shredder.

KITCHEN: Toaster, Frigidaire elec. stove, tall coffee making stand, coffee maker, 5’ stainless sink w/ 3 water taps.

 

Walnut Creek Auction Company, LLC

“The Business Auctioneers”

Photos and inventory at www.walnutcreekauction.com or www.auctionzip.com

Becky Aeschliman, President                  David Aeschliman, Auctioneer

 

*DIRECTIONS TO AUCTION: Exit 97 on IL I-80. Go south 100 yds. to 30N. Go east apprx. 5 mi. to 29 Road. Go south apprx. 5 mi. to Seneca, IL & cross Illinois River. Take immediate left (east) at marina on IL 17D (Dupont Road). Follow Auction signs apprx. 3 mi. to auction site at 7700 Dupont Road. Clearly marked address.

TERMS & CONDITIONS OF AUCTION: Semi, truck and car parking on site. Lunch on site. Some items will require buyer loadout with heavy lift capacity. Loadout available sale day and following Monday. Some items will require SELLER electrical disconnection and disassembly. Call for details. Auction company takes cash, authorized checks, money orders and wire transfers. No credit cards. Letter of credit limit from buyer’s bank with authorized officer signature required for buyers unknown to auction company. All items must be paid for on auction day and prior to removal. Items left at sale site after the auction are the responsibility of the buyer. Tear-outs and disassemblies must be arranged with the seller per day and time appointments post-auction.