Your excavator is more than an excavator. By switching out its attachment parts, it can dig holes, crush concrete, clear land, and scoop loose material into a big bucket. You can even attach a hammer for smashing brick and concrete to bits. With a full complement of attachments at your disposal, an excavator can do just about everything but make you a cup of coffee. (more…)
Over the years of innovation in industrial equipment, few machines have become more essential than excavators. Whether your company works in construction, railroad, scrap yards, recycling, or a mixture of industries, an excavator is essential. As the sole leader (or one of them) of the company, you’re responsible for your workers. Heavy equipment is necessary to boost a company’s productivity, efficiency, and ability to complete numerous jobs. That said, excavators can lead to serious injuries if you don’t communicate the basics of excavator safety and operation to your team. If you’re looking for a guide that discusses everything you need to know about excavator safety, we’ve got you covered. Read on to learn more.
Demolition is a necessary step in construction, but also in scrap yards and recycling facilities. While our ancestors handled demolishing projects by hand, today we use heavy equipment such as excavators, back hoes, and skid steers because it’s much more efficient. Though heavy machinery isn’t quite enough for our daily operations, we also require several attachments for various uses, one of those being demolition. Unfortunately, in the past, many companies either didn’t have the right demolition attachments or didn’t know what to look for in a quality attachment––until now. In the following guide, our experts break down several tips for choosing an excavator demolition attachment. Read on if you’d like to learn more.
Few pieces of heavy machinery are more versatile than an excavator, maybe with the exception of a skid steer. Industries such as metal recycling, construction, forestry, pipeline installation and maintenance, and railroads all use excavators habitually. While the most common use for excavators is for the purpose of digging and trenching, there are several attachments available that can make an excavator much more adaptable. Additionally, by having multifaceted attachments, your company can accept more jobs, earn more revenue, hire more individuals, and grow the company as a whole. If you’d like to learn about the different types of excavator attachments, our experts have you covered. Read on to learn more.(more…)
Lee Farms Excavating Recycles More with the Moley ESA Magnet System.
LEE Farms Excavating Inc. specializes in all things Demolition and Excavating. Lee Farms was founded in 1979 and serves all of the continental United States. At LEE Farms, they do their best to recycle as much material as possible for all of their demolition projects. They developed a desire to become more efficient when sorting through concrete and rebar. That is when they reached out to Moley Magnetics. (more…)