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6th February 2019

A step-by-step guide to building a shed

Steps to build a shed: Know the lay of the land Draft your up your plans Finalise plans and mark out area Excavate the slab hole Install wooden forms around excavated slab hole Pour basecourse and compact it Add in layer of sand Lay a sheet of polythene Lay reinforcing mesh Pour and cure concrete (one of the hardest and most tedious steps) Organise shed frame Install and secure shed frame (fasten/fix to slab) Install shelving, furniture, and decor

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14th November 2018

Grader Hire Rates Guide

*Last updated 09.06.2020 Quick Links: How big is a grader's blade? Are you looking to hire a grader on wet or dry hire? Grader Dry Hire Rates Grader Wet Hire Rates Do you need a grader with a GPS? How far does the grader need to travel to your worksite? Are you after a modern grader with low operational hours? Have you checked the contract terms? What grader inclusions do you require? How readily available is the grader gear? How can I find the best grader rates possible? Many earthmoving and construction jobs will need a grader on site. Graders are used for civil engineering projects to precisely refine surface levels that a scraper, excavator or dozer has “rough graded”. Below we delve into the nuts and bolts of all the questions you should ask yourself when hiring a grader. How big is a grader's blade? Graders are fitted with a long movable blade used to create flat surfaces. Our grader hire suppliers categorise their graders by blade width, from less than 10ft, to 12ft, 14ft, 16ft, and right up to 24ft. Smaller blades might be used on jobs like embankments, drains and ditches. The larger 24ft bladed models are usually used in the construction of mine haul roads to make way for big rigid rear dump trucks to travel around mine sites.

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1st July 2019

John Deere 770G Grader Review & Specs

In the heavy construction and labour industry, it can be difficult to keep up to date with machinery developments and determine just what machines are right for your jobs. The varied tasks on each project call for a range of different equipment, and you might find yourself wondering how you can determine the pros and cons of each machine. What are the key specs of the John Deere 770G Grader? Net Power: 190 kW (255 hp) Operating Weight: 19 396 kg (42 760 lb) Blade Pull: 15 501 kg (34,173 lb.) Net Torque Rise: 64% Number Of Speeds - Forward: 8 Number Of Speeds - Reverse: 8 Need more work? Register your plant hire company on iSeekplant for free:

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