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Is Any Exposure to Diesel Exhaust Safe? on eeeequipment.com

Is Any Exposure to Diesel Exhaust Safe?

September 20th, 2017 by | No comments

Even low levels of diesel emissions put construction workers at risk If you’ve worked in construction – heck, if you walked down the street – you’ve inhaled diesel exhaust. For most of us, if we experience any negative effects, they’re gone before there’s time to think much of them. Unfortunately, many of those collective incidents Read more…


Just What Do They Mean by “Renewable Energy,” Anyway? on eeeequipment.com

Just What Do They Mean by “Renewable Energy,” Anyway?

September 13th, 2017 by | No comments

Can you regenerate it? It’s renewable. Wait, what? Back in school we were taught that “energy can neither be created nor destroyed.” If that’s the case, why the excitement over renewable energy? Isn’t that an oxymoron? All energy is renewable. That whole created nor destroyed thing has to do with the First Law of Thermodynamics. Read more…


Batteries: Rechargeable vs. Non-Rechargeable on eeeequipment.com

Batteries: Rechargeable vs. Non-Rechargeable

August 30th, 2017 by | No comments

Beyond battery-powered construction equipment: Who wins out for your power needs? For the majority of users and devices, there doesn’t seem to be much competition between chargeable batteries (CBs) and non-rechargeable batteries (NRBs). Cell phone users favor the former, but there’s still a huge consumer base for NRBs. The prevailing mindset seems to be that Read more…


Quiet, Please, Part 2: Hearing Loss from Loud Noise May be the Least of Your Worries on eeeequipment.com

Quiet, Please, Part 2: Hearing Loss from Loud Noise May be the Least of Your Worries

August 23rd, 2017 by | No comments

Loud noises can threaten our wellbeing even before we’re born A normal conversation you had earlier exposed you to sounds of around 60 decibels. If you work around construction equipment, you’re likely exposed to sounds of 95 decibels or more. Sound at this level is harmful and will cause hearing loss. It’s not a straightforward Read more…


Quiet, Please, Part 1: Loud Noises May be More Hazardous to Your Health Than You Think on eeeequipment.com

Quiet, Please, Part 1: Loud Noises May be More Hazardous to Your Health Than You Think

August 16th, 2017 by | No comments

The environmental stress of noises above a certain decibel level can contribute to heart attacks A construction area isn’t ever going to be as quiet as a library—but there are good reasons to tone down the noise. One of those reasons is that the loud sounds of construction equipment can—over time—contribute to a heart attack. Read more…


Torque or Horsepower? What Each Really is and Why It Matters on eeeequipment.com

Torque or Horsepower? What Each Really is and Why It Matters

August 9th, 2017 by | No comments

They both measure power, but one is related to force, while the other is related to time. Talk about opening Pandora’s Box. Try searching for a simple comparative explanation of torque and horsepower. A whole lot of people get kudos for trying, but few really succeed. Understanding the difference between torque and horsepower has gotten Read more…


Buying a Bobcat? Here's Why Battery-Power Beats the Bunch on eeeequipment.com

Buying a Bobcat? Here’s Why Battery-Power Beats the Bunch

July 26th, 2017 by | No comments

Make way for the Sherpa mini-skid steer Powerful. Compact. Versatile. In the construction business, we all know and value that little guy called the skid steer. Its maneuverability and attachment options make it many machines in one, so it’s no surprise there’s a host of companies trying to make their model the one you choose. Read more…


Is Your Landscaping Company Losing Out on Bids? Time to Say Goodbye to Your Gasoline and Diesel-Powered Equipment on eeeequipment.com

Is Your Landscaping Company Losing Out on Bids? Time to Say Goodbye to Your Gasoline and Diesel-Powered Equipment

July 19th, 2017 by | No comments

65% of consumers would choose a landscaper who used eco-friendly outdoor power equipment over one who didn’t        Getting less business might have little to do with how well you do your job, and more about what you’re doing it with. It turns out that we are all starting to be far more Read more…


The Sherpa Mini Skid Steer Battles the Toro Dingo on eeeequipment.com

The Sherpa Mini Skid Steer Battles the Toro Dingo

July 12th, 2017 by | No comments

Both are excellent choices, but only one saves on fuel costs and is capable of handling interior work. It always ends up in a showdown. There’s going to be one competitor to what you’re thinking of buying. They’ll match each other, feature for feature. You might even make the decision that there’s really no winner. Read more…