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Firm Fixing with Fusion Welding

When installing sanitary systems, drainage or perhaps chimney reconstruction, the need for seamless pipe fusion is important to prevent leaks as pipes are not often easily accessible once installed.

A butt fusion welding machine does just that. Fusion welding machines join two pieces of piping by heating them and pressing them together. Once the pipes have cooled they are permanently and securely sealed. Although the process of fusion welding is not quite as simple as it sounds. Continue reading Firm Fixing with Fusion Welding

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How the Armorgard BarroBox is making tool storage safer and easier

Tool theft is a serious issue for tradesmen. Keeping tools secure and away from the elements is an important consideration, especially for those who work in different areas of a site each day. Regular toolboxes can be heavy, often requiring several trips to move cases of tools from one area to another, taking invaluable time out of the working day.
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Attending PASMA Training Courses to Meet Legal Requirements

PASMA (Prefabricated access suppliers’ and manufacturers’ association) courses follow the most up to date Work at Height Regulations and the Health and Safety at Work Act. PASMA training courses provide attendees with the necessary skills and knowledge to work safely in environments where there may be potential harm or danger. Mr Plant Hire London are an approved PASMA training centre.
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IPAF Training 101: Everything you need to know before you book an IPAF training course

For those working in height, employers often require a Powered Access License. Whilst it isn’t a legal requirement for operatives using powered access equipment to carry a Powered access license, employers are legally required to ensure all workers are correctly trained to be able to work at height safely and efficiently to safeguard their own lives and those around them.
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Access Made Easy with Monkey Tower Hire

Having the correct equipment for any job is essential. Working at height can result in the need for the correct training or health and safety requirements. Operators may need to assemble parts, charge batteries or add fuel to machines. Access equipment for hire can be large so delivery or additional transport is needed. Storing access equipment at the desired location can be tricky if space is limited.
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Mi Tower – The world’s first one-man scaffold platform

Scaffold towers are infinitely useful. Unlike ladders, once they’re up and secured in place, there’s no need for someone to be on the ground, holding them steady. They can hold heavy loads and can be used indoors and out. However, setting them up can be a challenge. Usually two men are required to set up a scaffold tower and it can be a good while before you can actually begin your project working at height.
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The evolution of the telehandler – a piece of equipment for all occasions

Traditionally telehandlers (also known as telescopic handlers) were the go-to piece of machinery for lifting heavy equipment to high up areas. They were often found in warehouses and on construction sites. However, the role of telehandlers has changed. Telehandlers have grown up and now offer the user wider functionality opportunities than in the past.
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