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2016

Safety Tips When Operating Rented Mini Excavators

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Mini excavators, sometimes referred to as compact excavators, are highly sought after construction equipment that are generally designed to be used in small to medium-sized projects. They are built to be as tough and powerful as their larger counterparts, and their ability to fit into small, confined spaces makes them perfect for use in projects such as shed demolition, stump removal, leveling landscapes, plowing of snow, etc. In essence, mini excavators are favored for projects that involve digging or demolition jobs that are too heavy to be done using basic hand-held tools such as a shovel.…

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Heavy Machinery Gearbox: Reducing Excessive Noise

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The production of industrial noise is inevitable when working with heavy machinery. This type of equipment can include the different machinery in construction, agricultural and general industrial sectors. Some degree of sound is expected from the heavy implements, but when the noise is excessive, it will compromise the worksite. For example, noise pollution will interfere with the ambience, cause hearing problems and limit communication. One of the common noise sources in heavy machinery is the gear drive unit.…

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Why you should keep an eye out for concrete cracks in your home

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Concrete is a common material that is found in many structures in your house. It’s a durable material that requires little to no maintenance. However, the problem with concrete is that the material is prone to cracking. In most cases, concrete cracks are not signs of substantial damage, and you should not worry. However, there are also cracks that should be a cause of worry, and knowing what these are can help you find problems with your house as soon as possible and thus save it from becoming even more damaged.…

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