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Mostly Harmless: Believe it or Not, there’s a Right Way and a Wrong Way to use a Wheelbarrow on eeeequipment.com

Mostly Harmless: Believe it or Not, there’s a Right Way and a Wrong Way to use a Wheelbarrow

November 22nd, 2017 by | No comments

Wheelbarrows can cause serious injuries if they’re overloaded or a member of your crew decides to disregard basic safety rules Telling somebody to be careful using a wheelbarrow might seem like telling somebody to be careful with a spoon. Unnecessary. As far as a tool for construction or landscaping goes, a wheelbarrow doesn’t seem to Read more…


Environmental Consciousness and Construction Profits on eeeequipment.com

Environmental Consciousness and Construction Profits

November 15th, 2017 by | No comments

Is it possible to bring them into harmony? It’s a common view that business profits are often in conflict with a healthy environment, and this opinion has evidence to support it. For example, constructed objects produce 25 to 40% of our planet’s carbon emissions. This situation is gradually changing, however, and for the better. A Read more…


Energy Efficiency: You’ve Heard the Term a Bazillion Times, but Do You Really Know What it Means? on eeeequipment.com

Energy Efficiency: You’ve Heard the Term a Bazillion Times, but Do You Really Know What it Means?

November 8th, 2017 by | No comments

It’s a cost-savings process that happens over time Okay, then. Let’s get energy efficient. Well, not so fast. First, let’s talk about what the term “energy efficient” really means. In the truest definition, energy efficiency is the percentage of total energy put into a machine or piece of equipment that is consumed to produce useful Read more…


Man vs. Machine on eeeequipment.com

Man vs. Machine

November 1st, 2017 by | No comments

How much can battery-powered construction and landscaping equipment really save on labor costs? Cutting costs and raising profits are the goals of every business, and the construction and landscaping industries are no exception. In these labor-intensive jobs, the right equipment can make a huge difference. But can battery-powered equipment actually reduce the cost of employees? Read more…


“The Plug-In Premium” – Myth or Reality? on eeeequipment.com

“The Plug-In Premium” – Myth or Reality?

October 25th, 2017 by | No comments

Will electric vehicles and construction equipment cost you more … or less than their internal combustion counterparts? Being kind to the planet means riding roughshod on your checkbook, right? That’s the gist of what some call the “plug-in premium,” where making the switch to electric vehicles or construction equipment includes paying more for these cleaner Read more…


Battle of the Batteries on eeeequipment.com

Battle of the Batteries

October 18th, 2017 by | No comments

For construction equipment and BEVs, which electric tech will win? As the world shifts towards the benefits of renewable energy sources, new developments show a promising future free from the environmental pollutants and health dangers associated with traditional fuel. Batteries are moving to the forefront of world energy production due to their improving performance and Read more…


I’d Know that Sound Anywhere on eeeequipment.com

I’d Know that Sound Anywhere

October 11th, 2017 by | No comments

Why diesel engines are so loud and sound like…well, diesel engines Unless you’re Amish (in which case you might not be able to read this), you experience your fair share of noise on probably a daily basis. Whether it’s loud-talking people, blasting TVs and radios, or all of the vehicles you encounter out on the Read more…


Cost of Ownership: Why Battery-Powered Equipment Can Be Far Less Painful to Your Pocketbook on eeeequipment.com

Cost of Ownership: Why Battery-Powered Equipment Can Be Far Less Painful to Your Pocketbook

October 4th, 2017 by | No comments

Yes, even if you only remove the cost of gasoline or diesel from your operating expenses. It’s a quiet revolution. You may not even notice that it has taken place around you—until you realize that you haven’t heard … or smelled the usual suspects. We’re talking about construction and landscaping equipment powered by traditional gasoline Read more…


The Most Common Types of Injuries Suffered by Landscapers, and Why They Happen on eeeequipment.com

The Most Common Types of Injuries Suffered by Landscapers, and Why They Happen

September 27th, 2017 by | No comments

Overburdened equipment often injures those who try to prevent accidents Fatalities from landscaping? Absolutely. There are actually many situations that contribute to dangerous situations in this profession. Most may only require a bit of first aid, but some are extremely serious. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) divides landscaping injury risks into several Read more…