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 

4 Top Facts about Order Picker Forklifts that Novice Operators Must Know

27 September 2017
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Order picking trucks have a working platform that helps the operator to control the lift. The machinery is suitable for picking items such as pallets in elevated heights. It is a well-known fact that order picking trucks, just like any other heavy machinery, cause fatal accidents every year. However, with proper maintenance and training of operators, such fatalities can be avoided. Here are a few facts beginners should know about order picker forklifts. Read More 

4 Important Roles of Riggers

14 August 2017
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Riggers play several critical roles to ensure that crane lifts are successful. This article discusses some of the most crucial duties that a rigger performs at a jobsite. Use this information to design appropriate specifications that you will follow when selecting a rigger to hire. Selecting Rigging Methods The wrong rigging method and equipment can result in a serious accident at a jobsite. The rigger plays an important role in averting such accidents by considering the available equipment and techniques before selecting the most appropriate ones. Read More 

5 Reasons to Invest in Quality Seats for Your Bus Drivers

27 June 2017
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If you own a fleet of busses or if you are responsible for managing the municipal busses in your area, you occasionally will need to replace a driver's seat. This is an expense where pricing should not be your first consideration. Choosing an inexpensive seat may save you money in the short term; in the long run, it's better to invest in quality. Here's a look at why. 1. Comfort Read More