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Equipment refers to heavy-duty vehicles, specially designed for executing construction tasks, most frequently ones involving earthwork operations. They are also known as heavy machines, heavy trucks, construction equipment, engineering equipment, heavy vehicles, or heavy hydraulics. Heavy equipment functions through the mechanical advantage of a simple machine, the ratio between input force applied and force exerted is multiplied which can fade over time meaning new equipment is needed.

Getting the Most Dozer for Your Dollar

Getting the Most Dozer for Your Dollar

Obviously, the basic key to getting the most from your dozer investment is to keep it busy. That depends on projects being available and on your estimators’ ability to bid work successfully. But upstream from the work site, an equipment dealer and manufacturer have also put in many hours to

NRT Introduces New Color Sorter

NRT Introduces New Color Sorter

Nashville, Tenn. – January 25, 2017 – National Recovery Technologies (NRT) has announced a new addition to the company’s product offering, the ColorPlus-R. Similar to the ColorPlus, the ColorPlus-R uses an advanced image processing system to detect materials based on color analysis and object recognition. Unique to the ColorPlus-R is

Underground Detective Work

Underground Detective Work

There are approximately 100 billion feet, or 20 million miles, of underground utilities in this country, estimates Eric Huber, senior product manager at RIDGID. And every six minutes, a line is damaged.

Hyundai to Unveil 4 New Models at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017

Hyundai to Unveil 4 New Models at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017

Introductions to Include Wheel Loaders, Compaction Rollers, Compact Excavator and Upgrades

NORCROSS, Ga. (Dec. 22, 2016) – Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas today said it will unveil four new equipment models and introduce important upgrades to many current models, at the triennial CONEXPO-CON/AGG show in Las Vegas in March 2017.

Hyundai plans to

A Fuel Phase Transition

A Fuel Phase Transition

There is a quiet (and sometimes not so quiet) revolution taking place in the way America powers its motors, engines, and turbines. Industrial motors, traditionally powered by diesel and gasoline fuels, are transitioning to a new fuel source—natural gas.

Compressed natural gas (CNG) and its cousin liquid propane gas (LPG) are becoming

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