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What Are The Key Distinctions Between An Industrial & Residential Water Fountain Pump?

Posted by James Jordan on Jan 10, 2019 1:55:00 PM

The key purpose of a water fountain pump is to supply a flow of water to fountains or aeration devices in residential, commercial, and industrial applications. These pumps can be used indoors and outdoors. Their parameters depend on the volume of water to be processed and the desired outcome.

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How To Choose A Vibrating Poker That Suits Your Specifications

Posted by James Jordan on Jan 2, 2019 10:13:00 AM

Choosing a vibrating poker for your construction project is a bit complicated, especially if you are doing it for the first time. While you can always get a consultation from a supplier, it’s good to have a general idea of what you are looking for.

Each vibrating poker has several parameters you should pay attention to when selecting the right equipment for your work site. Before diving into the sea of poker vibrator specifications, learn as much as possible about the project you need it for. This information is vital to finding the best machine for your requirements.

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Why You're Making A Mistake By Not Having Replacement Petrol Engines

Posted by James Jordan on Dec 27, 2018 11:20:00 AM

Work on a construction sites takes a big toll on building equipment. Operating non-stop in a stressful environment, often without proper maintenance, reduces the lifespan of petrol engines. When a project deadline is around the corner, one of the most dangerous things that can happen is equipment failure.

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Why Loncin Replacement Petrol Engines Might Soon Be The UK's Favourite

Posted by James Jordan on Dec 19, 2018 11:15:00 AM

The number of petrol engine manufacturers selling their products in the UK is impressive. Construction industry contractors often feel lost when searching for the right product. The price difference can be substantial while the features differ only slightly from model to model.

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Topics: Petrol Engines

Why Letting Your Diesel Engines Die Might Not Be Such A Bad Thing

Posted by James Jordan on Dec 11, 2018 5:30:00 PM

All engines eventually give out. No matter how much money you pay for them or how well you follow your maintenance schedule. When the engine dies, your first desire is to purchase a similar one from the OEM. After all, you already know how it works, its pros and cons, and its service life expectancy.

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Topics: Petrol Engines

How New Tariffs Could Affect The Construction Industry

Posted by James Jordan on Dec 3, 2018 5:24:00 PM

The final stages of Brexit are getting closer. While the construction sector as a whole is growing stronger with a high demand for new projects, some companies are feeling uneasy about the future and its seeming uncertainty.

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Topics: Construction Equipment

Coventry Tramline Could Now Become A Reality

Posted by James Jordan on Nov 26, 2018 5:19:00 PM

More than 75 years since its closure, a Coventry tramline is becoming a reality once again. A tramway, similar to the one reintroduced to Nottingham in 2004, may be transporting passengers around Coventry in the near future. The new Coventry tramline plan is being developed by Warwick Manufacturing Group, funded by the Government’s Midlands Growth Fund.

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Topics: Construction Equipment

5 Signs It’s Time To Replace Your Petrol Engine

Posted by James Jordan on Nov 20, 2018 5:12:00 PM

When should I replace a petrol engine? If you are asking yourself this question, your engine is probably giving you some warning signs. Not all of them mean that engine replacement is necessary. Sometimes, your equipment is just demanding some love and care, i.e. maintenance.

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Topics: Petrol Engines

Why Your Construction Equipment Would Benefit From A Loncin Petrol Engine

Posted by James Jordan on Nov 14, 2018 1:01:00 PM

Petrol engines are an integral part of many types of construction equipment. Drills, water pumps, plate compactors, concrete power trowels, and many other machines show optimal results when operating with a petrol engine.

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New Construction Projects: Kenilworth Is Becoming A Town To Talk About

Posted by James Jordan on Nov 6, 2018 4:41:54 PM

Tables are about to turn for Kenilworth, which was considered to be a small and quiet Warwickshire town for many years. In 2018, this common opinion is about to become a misconception.

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Topics: Construction Equipment

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