Concrete Pumping Hire Hire in Dandenong, VIC 3175

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3rd August 2019

Do I need a license to operate a concrete pump?

To operate a concrete pump, otherwise known as a concrete placing boom, you do require a PB HRW license. The PB High Risk Work license certifies the holder for safe and qualified use and operation of a concrete pump that includes an articulating boom, power operated slewing and luffing that pumps concrete through a pipe that is attached to the concrete truck.

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19th August 2019

Concrete Pump Hire Rates: What does it cost to hire a concrete pump?

What are typical Concrete Line Pump Hire Rates? Line Pump (Trailer) dry hire rate: $165 - $182 + GST Per Hour Line Pump (Trailer) wet hire rate: $190 - $228 + GST Per Hour Line Pump (Truck) dry hire rate: $172 - $188 + GST Per Hour Line Pump (Truck) wet hire rate: $205 - $235 + GST Per Hour Line Pump (Hose Extension) surcharge: $7 - $12 + GST Per Meter Line Pump hire rates tend not to vary as significantly as other machines on the market today, however, there is a range of factors that may influence how much you end up paying. When looking at hiring a line pump, it is essential to understand the requirements of your project and hire a machine that best suits your needs. When it comes to line pumps, hire rates may vary depending on whether you’re hiring a truck-mounted or trailer-mounted line pump, though the difference is not significant. The main costs here are incurred from hose extension surcharges which will often be upwards of $7 per meter over the contract's original agreement.As line pumps are more cost-effective than other concrete transfer methods, they are the preferred choice for small construction and residential concrete work. It should be noted that when looking to wet hire line pumps that most rates will be inclusive of one or two operators but may offer extra personnel for a labour surcharge.

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25th September 2018

$440m Murray Basin Rail Project Suffers Delay to 2020

Vague timelines for the Murray Basin Rail Project are keeping businesses and grain traders in the dark, restricting them from being able to plan future work in anticipation of the project’s completion.

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