Excavator Hire in Ceduna, SA 5690

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3rd July 2019

What are common attachments for an Excavator?

Once you have chosen the right excavator for your job, you often need excavator attachments to aid your project. An excavator has a large range of different attachments that can be used. We have identified some of the most common excavator attachments which you could potentially need for your next project. All of these attachments are available for hire across Australia including Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Canberra and all the regional areas. The type of different excavator attachments we have available here at iSeekplant.com.au includes: Excavator buckets Rock breakers Ripper blades Auger Grapples Post hole Tilt bucket 1.Excavator Bucket Attachment An excavator bucket is the most common excavator attachment used. The bucket is a specialised container which assist in a range of different projects in handling bulk materials. It comes in a range of different sizes that can be fitted to both mini diggers and excavators The excavator bucket attachment can be used for all excavators ranging from mini digger to a larger excavator. The excavator bucket is commonly used across construction, mining and earthmoving projects.

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16th July 2018

Contract awarded for Stage 2 of $615 million Gawler Rail Line electrification

Lendlease, who delivered stage 1 of the Gawler Rail Line electrification, has been given the nod by the South Australian Government to deliver Stage 2 of the project.     Lendlease is currently delivering stage one of the Gawler Rail Line electrification project between Adelaide and Salisbury. Stage 2 of the project will upgrade the rail line between Salisbury and Gawler.

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14th April 2019

How to get your excavator licence - a complete guide to tickets, cost and the best trainers!

Congratulations on your decision to join the best industry on earth, construction! Now is the time to do it, with all the money being poured into infrastructure in Australia a career as an excavator operator is a very good choice (second only to choosing to be a software developer in terms of sheer job demand). A skilled and reliable excavator operator is always in high demand, and can name their price on big sites where productivity and precision are important. Below we talk about the licensing requirements, and how to make yourself uber-employable, and ensure that you are never without a job.

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