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7th December 2020

What is a Scraper?

Quick Links: How do scrapers work? What are the different types of scrapers? What are the typical scraper hire rates? Scrapers are powerful machines that are typically used for agricultural, mining and construction projects. Scrapers are capable of completing digging, loading, hauling, dumping and earthmoving projects. While they may look similar to graders, scrapers differ by having a hopper and gate with a blade at the bottom. As the blade scrapes up dirt or other materials when the machine moves forward, the material is forced into the hopper. Once the hopper is completely full, the material is taken away to be disposed of.These machines work most efficiently when the fill and cut areas are close together and long enough for the hopper to be filled in one run. It’s also possible for a team to use multiple scrapers in a long cut area, along with dozers and the push-pull technique.

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13th December 2019

Scraper Hire Rates Guide

*Last Updated: June 2020 Quick Links: What do you use a scraper for? How does a scraper work? What are typical scraper hire rates in Australia? Elevating scraper hire rates Open bowl scraper hire rates Twin power scraper hire rates "Classic Machines" Minimum scraper hire terms with an operator Scraper rental penalty rates How to get the best scraper hire prices! What do you use a scraper for? Scrapers remove unnecessary dirt, gravel and other materials from surfaces. The scraper's advantage over other earthmoving machines is it's capability for moving wet soil, heavy soil and other tough soil conditions. It can not only scrape, but also dig, haul, load and dump. A scraper uses less fuel than any other earthmoving machine - 30% less with improved transmission. Construction and mining jobs can use scrapers, though they have a disadvantage moving on rough terrain. You can apply a range of scraper attachments to offset this disadvantage. 

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28th April 2021

Construction Starts On $33M Golden Grove Car Park

Major construction works have begun on the $33 million Golden Grove Park ‘n’ Ride facility, supporting 150 jobs in Adelaide’s north east.The new facility will comprise three levels of parking and bring the total number of carparks to around 450. The Public Transport Projects Alliance is delivering the project.It will also include 10 Disability Discrimination Act 1992 compliant car parks, provision for secure bike storage and a safe and convenient drop off area.SA Infrastructure and Transport Minister Corey Wingard said the new temporary parking area for commuters accessing O-Bahn services will offer free and convenient parking while construction works on the new facility are underway.“The old Golden Grove Park ‘n’ Ride, located on The Grove Way, contained 177 off-street parking spaces and could no longer meet the demand for north eastern public transport commuters,” Wingard said.

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