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Why use a wheelbarrow when you can use a Cormidi mini loader/dumper?

Posted by on Dec 18, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

We all have the desire to make the backyards of our homes our own – yet not all properties are created equally. Whether you desire a beautifully landscaped garden, a basic patio or even a pool, there are often times when what we want is limited to what is already on your property. Tight spaces and narrow or difficult access can be a major headache when you have big plans! Of course there is always the shovel and wheelbarrow, but that can be extremely labour intensive and SLOW! Not to mention – time is money, especially these days when the...

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A look at scaffolding hire in Sydney area

Posted by on Oct 8, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Let’s face it, scaffolding is a temporary structure used to support people and material in building sites for construction, repair or other work. The accent is on the word temporary. While this structure is eventually pulled down, it must by its very nature, be sturdy and safe. After all, it is for supporting people (and materials/tools). Hence scaffolding is primarily used during the construction stage or for repair work. So, is it worthwhile investing in scaffolding through purchase, or is it better to hire? If you’re in the Sydney area,...

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Our Cormidi mini dumpers hold their own against skid steer loaders

Posted by on Sep 30, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Working at any building site is pretty hard as it is. Made worse if one has to contend with uneven, or wet ground, to collect dirt or move other bulk material is not only backbreaking work, but fraught with OH&S traps. Using a wheelbarrow just won’t cut it. Made in Salerno, Italy, Cormidi range of tracked mini dumpers or carriers from Aztex Equipment is just the ticket for this type of work. (Aztex Equipment is a local dealer for Cormidi mini dumpers). The use of rubber tracks gives this unit excellent traction in all weather and...

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Preventative Maintenance – Air Filters

Posted by on Aug 7, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

  Cleaning the air filter is another maintenance task that needs to be done to keep your engine running smoothly. It should be cleaned every week and changed monthly – regardless of how dirty it is. If this is overlooked, it will become prone to clogging which will in turn cause a loss of power and reduce the life of your engine. When it comes to cleaning a foam filter, most manufactures recommend using soapy water. Alternatively, a mixture of kerosene (3 parts) and engine oil (1 part) can be used. After cleaning, rinse the...

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Preventative Maintenance – Check Your Oil

Posted by on Jul 19, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

On top of your daily engine maintenance, there is a variety of other important maintenance your engine requires on a less frequent basis. Whether it is weekly, monthly or annual maintenance, these checks, to be done throughout the year, will help maximise the life of your engine and retain it’s performance. These checks should be done in conjunction with the recommendations in the owners manual. To ensure that routine maintenance is completed, it is recommended to use a log book. It may also be helpful to run an hour-meter. This is...

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Preventative Maintenance of Your Subaru Robin Engine (Daily Maintenance)

Posted by on Jul 4, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

If you work hard then no doubt the engines on your equipment are also running hard. Most contractors are busy with work so quite often regular maintenance can be overlooked. Sure, they get fresh/clean fuel and an oil change every now and then, but for all their hard work, they deserve more. Preventative engine maintenance helps keep downtime to a minimum, saving you time and money down the road. Some tips for preventative maintenance are below. Often the most overlooked, daily maintenance is usually the quickest and easiest to perform....

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