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Roll crusher (roller crusher) is suitable for the fine crushing of the materials with feeding size less than 110mm, and finished particle size 3-30mm.
Roller diameter: 400-700mm
Applied materials: Limestone, slag, coke, coal, salt, chalk, gypsum, alums, brick, tile, etc.
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A boom lift is a type of aerial platform used to get workers off the ground to work on an elevated project. This construction lift has a bucket that’s typically large enough for one to two workers to stand in. Wheels or a continuous band of treads are used to make the machine mobile. The crane that lifts the bucket is operated by a hydraulic lift system
Similar to a boom lift, scissor lifts are aerial work platforms used to elevate workers. Both electric and engine-powered scissor lifts exist. Electric scissor lifts are used when a quieter work environment is needed, whereas engine-powered lifts sacrifice quiet for rugged terrain mobility. Scissor lift buckets are elevated by a system of jacks
If materials need to be transported a short distance, forklift equipment can be used. The lift can move materials both vertically and horizontally. Usually used in warehouses, it’s operated by a steering wheel and dashboard controls. This equipment is great for loading and unloading heavy packages/materials
The manlift was created to transport workers between floors of buildings under construction. Typically, manlifts are equipped with four wheels, and most can maneuver around sites. However, these machines are sometimes stationary and have to be moved on a trailer
Manlifts utilize a bent crane system that uses hydraulic pumps to raise a bucket that workers stand-in during transport. This construction lift is ideal for any project that needs to reach high elevations
We advise all of our clients in the same manner: To manage the mobilization and deployment of your own equipment and tools effectively to your job sites, you will want to treat each job site as though they were a customer
Since your “customer” can be associated with a specific project, you’re able to manage the process of allocation and movement as an internal rental business. You don’t have to generate AR invoices (unless you want to), but it does allow you to accurately track costs, mobilization, assets, utilization and charging at a job site, customer and project level
When you start to view your job sites as customers, you will immediately see that each has its own unique challenges and needs. This should be taken into consideration when you’re managing charges and equipment orders as well—no one way will work for every job site, so flexibility is the key here
For example, you may want to set up every job site and or project with its own charging information. You may have a standard internal rate for an excavator, but due to the remoteness of a location or the density of projects in a particular region, rates may be higher. And, rates should be controlled based on a range of variables, including hours, days, weeks, months, excess hours, or duration. Again, flexibility here gives you total control in the end
Whether you use requisitions to trigger demand or have a central equipment desk to handle requests for the deployment and allocation of equipment, you should have a distinct process in place to manage them. Requisition items aren’t just for equipment, they can become orders for tools, additional services or consumables as well. Once the requisition is received, fulfillment can take place with the specific asset being placed on order
Now, if you want to manage a full logistics process, then create trucks and associated journeys internally. Or, if necessary, arrange external trucking services that can be input into your system for tracking and payment
Pile driving, heavy vehicles, earthmoving machinery, generators and compressors, and power tools all contribute to raising dB(A) emissions to hazardous levels and make noise control on construction sites extremely difficult
In Australia, the National Code of Practice for Noise Management stipulates that a worker’s exposure to noise cannot be more significant than 85 dB for more than 8 hours per day/shift; nor can they be exposed to peak noise that is louder than 140 dB
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