Why aluminium shoring could save your construction project time and money

21 December 2018
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If you work in the construction industry, you are probably familiar with the dangers posed by a trench cave-in. Your workers could face life-changing injuries or even death if the sides of a trench were to fall on them. Cave-ins are a serious danger anywhere that trenches are dug and the problem is not limited to large trenches — even fairly shallow trenches may present a risk to the safety of your employees if they are not properly protected. Read More 

Types of Heavy-Haulage Trailers Used to Transport Construction Equipment

5 November 2018
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If you are the owner of a construction company, or any other type of business that uses a lot of heavy equipment such as tractors, graders, excavators, etc., there are going to be many times when you need to move that equipment from location to location. To do this type of heavy haulage, you are going to need to have special equipment, which you can either rent or buy. If you are going to be working in many locations, it may be in your best interest to invest in one of the following pieces of equipment and to hire someone who is fully trained and licensed to operate the equipment. Read More 

4 Considerations for Beginners When Buying Crane Trucks For Construction Projects

17 April 2018
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Buying a crane truck, especially a pre-owned one might present many unknowns and risks. Buyers may not know the condition of the equipment, especially its maintenance history, which is crucial to enhancing the service life of a machine. Furthermore, devices such as crane trucks come in different configurations that might be challenging to first-time buyers. This article examines some top considerations for beginners when buying crane trucks for construction projects. Read More 

How you can fix problems which affect your mobile crane’s wire rope

26 January 2018
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Mobile cranes make work very easy. However, they need to be adequately maintained and regularly repaired to give you long and reliable service, and also for the safety of the people around the machine. When handing the crane, it is essential to follow all the manufacturer's instructions to avoid ruining the crane. Here is a list of the five most common problems with mobile crane's wire rope, and the possible troubleshooting and maintenance tips. Read More 

7 Tips to Help Your Hydraulic Log Splitter Last as Long as Possible

4 December 2017
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A hydraulic log splitter can save you a lot of time and effort. If you don't want to do the back breaking work of splitting your own logs, this piece of hydraulic equipment is essential. To safeguard your investment and help it last as long as possible, check out these ideas. 1. Sharpen the Blades Ideally, you should sharpen your blades as often as possible. If the blades are dull, they won't go through the wood as easily as they should. Read More