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  • 18
    Aug

    3 Considerations When Buying an Articulated Dump Truck

    Many construction firms make the mistake of working on off-road projects with regular rigid dump trucks. As a result, their workers find it difficult to manoeuvre and haul loads across rugged terrain and tight corners. These jobs typically require equipment specifically designed for these conditions: articulated dump trucks (ADTs).

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  • 11
    Aug

    Operating Excavators and Other Heavy Equipment on Slopes

    Working on a slope is not for the faint-hearted. It is a challenging experience even for the most experienced excavator operators. Working in an environment with a slope requires specialised knowledge of the terrain, navigation of tight spaces, and determination of which equipment is most suitable for the work...

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  • 06
    Aug

    Essential Equipment for Demolition Projects

    When it comes to construction projects, one of the most exciting parts is the demolition. Knocking down and destroying parts of a building is a cathartic activity for many. However, it also needs to be safe, quick, and efficient enough to meet your timelines without any complications. To ensure...

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  • 27
    Jul

    What You Need to Know About Wheel Loaders Before Investing

    Suppose you are running a business, such as a construction company that utilizes heavy equipment. In that case, chances are that you will also have large machines to complete the projects quickly and efficiently. One of these large machines that most construction companies will have is a wheel loader....

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  • 22
    Jul

    Guide to an Articulated Dump Truck and Why Your Firm Needs One

    If you own a construction business, you can expect your potential clients to have different projects for you that will require you to use your heavy equipment to initiate the tasks well. Since you’re dealing with concrete and other materials that manpower alone cannot handle, you’re going to need...

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  • 15
    Jul

    Buying a Used Excavator: How to Find the Best at a Low Cost

    Purchasing used excavators can be costly. Contractors must take the necessary steps to verify that they are receiving what they want at a fair price.

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  • 08
    Jul

    Ways to Maintain Rubber Tracks and Extend Their Lifespan

    When it comes to managing a construction business, you want to guarantee the heavy equipment you provide for your clients work in excellent condition at all times. One way to maximise the life of your machinery is to consider utilising rubber tracks rather than steel tracks.

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  • 01
    Jul

    Common Types of Excavators Your Construction Business Must Have

    If you manage a construction business, your clients expect you to own the necessary heavy equipment and machinery to accomplish a building project without problems. You need them to do the lifting that your workforce will take a while to do on their own, such as carrying copious amounts...

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  • 20
    Jun

    4 Things You Should Do When Buying a Used Wheel Loader

    Before purchasing a wheel loader, you must inspect all its parts. Important documents, such as the service history of a wheel loader, should be provided by the dealer. It should detail how it was used in the past. Other than that, you should just carefully inspect the major parts...

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  • 11
    Jun

    Buying Equipment According to Purposes

    Today’s construction equipment industry has become more exciting than ever because of all the developments and efforts from manufacturers to create top-quality products. If you’ve been getting into purchasing tools for your projects, you’re in the best position to do so because of all the different releases within reach...

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