GreenMech proudly sends off first EVO 165 Woodchippers

FOLLOWING its launch at The Arb Show in May, the first batch of EVO 165 woodchippers recently left the GreenMech factory for dealerships across the country.

The culmination of three years in design, testing and production, the revolutionary new series was pictured at despatch with just a handful of those who took EVO from concept to completion.

Stihl FSA 130 Brushcutter: The cordless future?

WHEN it comes to doing your bit for the environment, the use of a battery-powered brush cutter may seem like a small contribution in the grand scheme of things, writes PETER BRETT.

But if all users of such tools did it then that would make a huge difference, especially if the new tools were as efficient and powerful as their petrol-powered counterparts. Parity of performance is a key feature in my book and any tools that don’t perform, literally don’t cut it.

ACER Markers: Up to the mark?

WHEN I head out to the worksite or workshop, I usually have a pocketful of markers and pencils – just in case, I tell myself; absolutely nothing to do with having too much choice and being slightly disorganised(?), writes PETER BRETT.

The pile of markers also owes a lot to the fact that my work trousers all have holster pockets that accommodate all the markers quite easily and I like having a choice to deal with the variety of marking tasks that I encounter in a day’s work.

Bosch unveils new 18-volt rotary hammer

BOSCH Professional is extending its 18-volt product range and is launching the GBH 18V-26 D Professional – the first powerful cordless rotary hammer with D-handle.

Armorgard makes fit-out easier for contractors

ARMORGARD has launched a new board trolly to make dry lining and specialist internal fit-out easier for construction companies.

The LA750 PRO provides contractors a welcome solution to the challenge of moving heavy loads of large sheets of plasterboard and other sheet materials round corners and through doors.  

A unique H-frame design means the LA750 PRO can easily angle through tight spaces. The unit also has a telescopic handle to prevent crush injuries, and innovative clamps to prevent spills. 

A guide to doing construction work on your business

MANY businesses struggle when renovating or expanding their business on a budget due to scope creep or poor pre-planning, especially if they are using construction work to build new premises or a new location.

Apart from establishing a stable budget that encapsulates all of your costs such as equipment and tool hire, there are also other considerations that you need to take into account when performing building work on your business.

Why should you renovate?

The Preparation Group is SafeHire certified

KATE Walshaw, The Preparation Group’s Group Hire Manager, has been re-elected as an HAE Supply Chain board member, demonstrating that she has clearly made a positive impact.

In the same month, the company renewed its Hire Industry Trusted Supplier (HITS) status and for the third year running, proved its commitment to providing quality surface and floor preparation products and services as a HAE member by attaining its SafeHire Certification.

GAP adds Trimble SX10 to its UK hire fleet

GAP SURVEY & Safety Hire, a division of the UK’s largest independent rental company, GAP Hire Solutions, has introduced the Trimble SX10 into their product fleet.

The Trimble SX10 Scanning Total Station redefines the capabilities of everyday survey equipment by allowing users to collect any combination of high-density 3D scan data, enhanced imaging and high-accuracy total station measurements in one revolutionary solution.

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