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9th August 2019

Do you need a license to operate a street sweeper?

If you are looking to hire a street sweeper but not sure if you need a license to operate one, the answer is yes, you need at least a class C driver's license. While there are no specific street sweeper licenses you need to hold, you can undertake formal training to ensure you are competent to operate. A class C driver’s license is generally the accepted license for operating a street sweeper. But if the street sweeper has a gross vehicle mass of over 4.5 tonnes you will need to obtain a light or medium rigid license. These rules apply to anyone that wants to operate a heavy vehicle on public roads.When hiring a street sweeper they generally come with an operator - wet hire - as construction sites rarely have a spare worker to put in the truck. Street sweeping work is also a demand driven area, when they are needed they’re hired, and when they’re not they finish the hire. This is another reason why street sweepers generally come with operators.

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8th August 2019

What is the right Street Sweeper for my job?

Street sweepers are one of the most commonly used machines across all projects as they are designed to reduce debris and dirt and dispose of it with limited amount of dust blown into the air. Street sweepers are not only seen on construction sites but also seen on street tidy ups, car parks and public areas. Many local councils often hire street sweepers for tidy ups due to the environmental importance of keeping streets and other public areas clean. Additionally street sweepers can be used indoors such industrial warehouse cleans ups, office cleans ups or shopping centre clean ups. When it comes to hiring a street sweeper there are the 3 most common kinds of street sweepers that you can choose from for your project. The 3 different kinds of street sweepers available for hire include: Machine Mounted Street Sweeper Road Truck Street Sweeper Small or Ride on Street Sweeper   Machine Mounted Street SweepersThe machine mounted street sweepers mount onto different machines such as tractors, skid steer loaders and forklifts. When you might have time or budget constraints a machine mounted street sweepers come in handy as you wouldn't have to use 2 machines for the projects. Generally you would use a machine mounted street sweeper for smaller to medium projects such as small site clean ups, street clean ups, office, shopping centre or industrial warehouse cleans. A machine mounted street sweepers are generally used for cleans up were you would not be able to get a road truck street sweeper. Road Truck Street SweepersFor larger projects such as street cleans or construction site clean ups a road truck street sweeper comes in handy. Generally a road truck street sweepers are seen on most if not all construction projects across Australia due to the requirements of the projects. A road truck street sweeper comes in a variety of different sizes and is mounted onto the body of a truck. It often comes with different attachments such as hoses, water tanks and various sprayers, and can vacuum debris that accumulates on the streets. They are often used across large construction projects such as road constructions or subdivisions. They are also usually hired by councils for street clean ups and maintenance. Small or Ride on Street SweepersSmall or ride on street sweepers are the smallest of the street sweepers and are generally used for smaller projects such as residential construction sites, offices, hospitals, industrial complexes and warehouses. These compact street sweepers enables you to quickly and efficiently clean the sites and can be used both indoor and outdoor.

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30th January 2019

A step-by-step guide to building a new driveway

Steps to build a driveway: Check for underground utilities Survey your land and know your boundaries Mark your project area and stake out boundaries Excavate topsoil and level out project area Lay wooden forms around the project area, anchored with stakes Add in sand to firm up the soil, and gravel to ensure base thickness Compact gravel and soil Lay steel reinforcing mesh or bars Pour concrete Smooth out and level the concrete Set and cure concrete (don’t rush it!) Park your car!

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