If your next project requires finishing car park or road surfaces, it’s likely that you’ll need to browse through kerbing plant hire suppliers. The iseekplant database has a range of kerbing plant options, whether you’re looking at smaller machines for garden edging or larger machines for roadwork projects. Kerbing machines revolutionised the construction industry when they were invented around 30 years ago, as they made it easier to lay long lines of kerbing. While these machines can be connected to a concrete truck, they’re often self-propelled and manually filled depending on the scale of the project. Small kerbing machines are particularly handy and efficient for small jobs, since the machine will only move forward if the hopper has enough material, meaning no imperfections or gaps will occur within the kerb line.
A kerb machine forms concrete borders, mower strips and edging that is commonly used for projects like golf course edging, car parks and more. The concrete mix is fed into the hopper, and the kerbing machine then releases the concrete onto the ground or base. The machine is then positioned at the starting point of the kerb, and the operator will steer and guide it on its path, whilst feeding the hopper with more concrete as needed. Kerb machines are also known as extruder machines, and they use a ramming mechanism to form kerbs and channels on subdivisions, car parks and landscapes.
In the 1990s, manufacturers realised that contractors needed smaller sized kerb machines to weigh less than 5000kg. This gave smaller contractors the opportunity to hire a machine and transport it easily for smaller projects. Smaller sized kerb machines can also handle large jobs like subdivisions with their manoeuvrability and accessibility to construct detailed kerbs. Sales of kerb machines weighing less than 1500kg have taken off around the world recently, as extruded kerbs became popular as landscape borders. Larger kerb machines can do everything from constructing kerbs in parking lots to barrier walls, and can be equipped with trimmers to help save time.
Kerbing plant hire suppliers offer kerb machines with both tracks and tyres. Tracked machines are ideal for working on soil terrain that is muddy, sandy or made up of loose or large rocks, while wheeled machines are often less expensive to hire with superior mobility and minimal damage to existing asphalt. Kerbing plant suppliers continue to service and improve their equipment, utilising the latest technology and ensuring that the kerb machines are easy to operate.
We can ensure that your next project is effectively and quickly completed with iseekplant's directory to help you find the best kerb and channel plant hire across Australia in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Darwin, Perth, Adelaide and surrounding areas. Contact the iseekplant team by calling 1300 691 912 or emailing email@example.com to get competitive quotes from the best kerb and channel suppliers based on your project requirements. Alternatively, you can use iseekplant's get a quote tool for quick quotes in your local area.