Category: Excavator Maintenance

Safety First! 5 Safety Tips for any Construction Site

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Construction is a very risky industry. Heavy machinery, powerful tools, working at heights and unstable terrain are just a sample of the unavoidable dangers that may be encountered on any

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What to do When Your Excavator Breaks Down on the Job

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There’s nothing worse than having your site ready to go only to have your excavator break down. Chances are you have been planning to use the excavator for weeks and

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Storing Your Construction Equipment Right

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  Good quality heavy duty machinery is expensive. For some businesses, an excavator might be the most expensive tool in their warehouse. As with any investment, it is important to

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Power Equipment: Generators and Engines

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    The invention of the internal combustion engine revolutionised construction equipment. The following invention of the diesel engine made heavy machinery even more powerful and cheaper to run. Today,

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Keeping Your Rubber Tracks Moving

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Rubber tracks are used on excavators and other tracked vehicles to minimise ground damage. They’re very good in this regard and you can be sure that you won’t be leaving

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Why You Should Get Your Equipment Repaired by Accredited Centres

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Earthmoving machines are valuable tools for any construction business. But buying a fleet of machines is only the first step towards successful operations. You have to decide who is going

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Maintaining Your Mini Excavator

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To increase the efficiency of a mini excavator, you must carry out routine preventive maintenance procedures. If you spend time servicing the excavator, your machine will last you longer. You

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Are Genuine Parts Really Worth It?

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Second-hand parts or replicas are cheaper than genuine parts. While they may seem more affordable at first, they will add to the cost of running your machine in the long-term.

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