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How the Battery-Powered Sherpa Helps You Do More with Less on eeeequipment.com

How the Battery-Powered Sherpa Helps You Do More with Less

June 14th, 2017 by | No comments

30+ attachments for the Sherpa 100ECO give your construction company incredible versatility Quality. Efficiency. Reliability. These are some of the cornerstones of quality construction services. The driving goal of achieving all you can as safely, productively, and efficiently as possible is universal in business, but these are outsized priorities in the construction industry. And we Read more…


Preserve Indoor Air Quality on Indoor Construction Sites—No Fan Required on eeeequipment.com

Preserve Indoor Air Quality on Indoor Construction Sites—No Fan Required

June 14th, 2017 by | No comments

Ventilation can provide almost as much frustration as it does safety. Ventilate an indoor construction site all you like – you’re still just pushing a hazard out of the way. Any diesel engines running in the site are emitting diesel particulate matter (DPM). Your workers are being exposed to soot particles that contain metal, sulfates, Read more…


We’ve Got a Battery-Powered Mini Skid Steer—And It Could Pay for Itself in Just 40 Days on eeeequipment.com

We’ve Got a Battery-Powered Mini Skid Steer—And It Could Pay for Itself in Just 40 Days

May 24th, 2017 by | No comments

Start by completely slashing fuel costs – then see what it saves you in labor You know who your enemy is if you’re in the business of facilities management, concrete cutting, or remodeling and renovation. It’s not always the competition pounding away at your bottom line. It’s the cost of operating your equipment. Fuel and Read more…


Dealing with a Dangerous Construction Site? on eeeequipment.com

Dealing with a Dangerous Construction Site?

May 17th, 2017 by | No comments

This remote-controlled mini skid steer can get the job done safely Safety and efficiency are the watchwords of any good workplace, and that’s never more true than on a construction site. Guarding against the many hazards a site worker must face is a major responsibility. Even so, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimates Read more…


AIS Tech 2017

May 15th, 2017 by | No comments

Please view photos below from our visit to the AIS Tech Trade Show in Nashville, TN:


The Safer Side of Indoor Construction Equipment on eeeequipment.com

The Safer Side of Indoor Construction Equipment

May 10th, 2017 by | No comments

How battery power lets you work – even as people shop Ask any tenant what their first concern is with nearby construction and the answer will usually be “the noise and the mess.” The incessant high volume and noxious fumes were once a necessary and dangerous trade-off in getting the job done, especially during indoor Read more…


Eliminate Construction Fuel Costs with the Sherpa 100ECO on eeeequipment.com

Eliminate Construction Fuel Costs with the Sherpa 100ECO

May 3rd, 2017 by | No comments

It can do just about anything but serve you tea at the summit of Mount Everest. The gulping noise you hear isn’t your crew stopping to rehydrate. It’s the sound of your profits being sucked up by your construction equipment. Keeping your equipment fueled can consume up to half of your operating budget. And then Read more…


The Durability of Battery-Powered Construction on eeeequipment.com

The Durability of Battery-Powered Construction

April 27th, 2017 by | No comments

Burning fossils really is becoming a thing of the past If your business is construction, a major concern is that your builds are going to last. Another is that your equipment will be able to go the distance. If you’re thinking battery-powered equipment might not make the grade on a modern building site, here’s why Read more…


Teaching an Old Wheelbarrow New Tricks on eeeequipment.com

Teaching an Old Wheelbarrow New Tricks

April 20th, 2017 by | No comments

It hasn’t changed much since it was invented, but it’s time for an interesting upgrade. Thank you, China, for inventing the wheelbarrow. Most historians agree that the earliest of these helpful human mobility tools is documented on the tomb murals of the Han Dynasty’s Emperor Hui in the 2nd century. The design hasn’t changed much. Read more…