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Three Myths About Rigging And Moving Your Heavy Equipment

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Rigging has long been used as an effective method for lifting and moving heavy items, particularly things like heavy equipment. In addition to the reputation this method has garnered for being a safe option for your equipment moving needs, the number of misconceptions about the process are growing. Luckily, when you know the truth behind these common myths, you're in a better position to ensure that your equipment is moved properly and safely.

22 April 2015

3 Things To Inspect On The Hydraulic System Before You Buy A Used Backhoe

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Purchasing a used backhoe is very similar to buying a new one. You want to make sure the backhoe has all the tools and amenities that you want and need, but with a used back hoe, you also have to make sure that the backhoe hasn't been used to the point where you'll be facing major repairs quickly. Here are 3 things to inspect on the hydraulic system before you buy a used backhoe.

21 April 2015

Using Aerial Lifts: Three Residential Tasks Made Easier With Heavy Construction Equipment

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While most jobs around the house are easy enough to perform with your own tools, there are a few where borrowing equipment from the heavy construction category can make them infinitely easier and safer. Here are three residential tasks for which you might want to rent an aerial lift. Hanging Holiday Lights Have you ever envied those gorgeous holiday light displays you see on other homes? Don't feel bad; many of those houses were decorated by professionals.

20 April 2015

3 Safety Measures To Take When Using Air Impact Wrenches

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Air impact wrenches are exceedingly helpful because they are able to utilize air in order to loosen nuts and bolts in a very short period of time. However, they are considered heavy equipment due to the number of safety hazards that they present. You can avoid any danger while using air impact wrenches by taking the following three safety measures. 1. Wear Ear Protection Normal wrenches do not require ear protection because they are not hooked up to a motor or utilizing blasts of air in order to work properly Air impact wrenches, on the other hand, have both of theses characteristics.

17 April 2015