Equipment and Solutions

  • The Difference Between Buying New and Used Generators

    If you’re in the market for power system solutions, you’re probably wondering whether it makes better sense to invest in a new generator or shop used generators for sale. While purchasing a new generator can be a more streamlined process in terms of searching out the exact equipment you require and avoiding many of the common concerns that come with exploring the pre-owned market. A used generator often represents a sizeable savings, as long as you acquire it from a reputable dealer.

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  • Reducing Energy Costs of Your Generator Set

     

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  • How to Pick the Right Size Power Generator for Your Business

    Business Generator Sizing

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  • Reducing Wear on Your Undercarriage

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  • Motor Grader vs. Dozer: When to Use Which

    Bulldozers and motor graders are both highly versatile pieces of construction equipment. Many times they can be used interchangeably. However, they are also designed to handle different jobs better than the other. If you need to choose between the two, it’s important to know which one is most efficient for your project.

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  • Construction Equipment Routine and Preventive Maintenance

    Everyone in the construction equipment business knows the old sayings “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” and “a dime of routine and preventive maintenance is worth a dollar in repairs.” And then there’s the adage, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” The first two are true, but the last phrase should be the furthest thing from a construction equipment service person’s mind.

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  • The Best Way to Use Telematics Data

    Telematics combines the technology of telecommunications and informatics to deliver information updates to remote networks. For about two decades now, telematics has been opening up new possibilities for fleet management. In the early days, it was mostly trucking companies who took advantage of this technology, and tracking rates were quite limited at only about one or two updates per hour.

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  • A Guide to Construction Site Safety

    Spring and summer are the busiest times of year for construction contractors and laborers. With packed schedules and project deadlines to meet, safety might not always be at the forefront of workers’ minds. Although construction work can be a lucrative business, the industry also involves some of the most dangerous occupations out there.

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  • Compact Track Loader vs. Skid Steer Loader

    At a glance, a compact track loader and a skid steer loader look just about the same — with the distinction that one has wheels and the other rubber tracks. It’s true that skid steers and compact track loaders are often used to accomplish similar tasks and they do share a variety of traits and similarities. Both types of machines have a small footprint that makes them easy to store and navigate around congested job sites. They’re incredibly versatile thanks to work tools and attachments, they are highly capable in loading applications and provide exceptional visibility.

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  • Orange for Safety
    Orange for Safety
    National Work Zone Awareness Week is April 8th – 12th.
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  • The Different Types of Excavators

    Modern hydraulic excavators are used in a broad range of industries such as construction, landscaping, mining, demolition, dredging, material handling and wherever the excavation and removal of soil are required. Extremely powerful and versatile, there are many different types of excavators designed to operate in varying tasks and work environments. And within each category, machines come in a variety of sizes and configurations.

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  • The Many Uses of a Telehandler

    Also known as a telescopic handler or boom lift, the innovative telehandler is essential equipment for an extensive range of industries and applications.

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