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Forward Tipping Dumper

A Forward Tipping Dumper is commonly used on construction sites. It is used to transport large loads of materials across a site, usually on rough, undulating terrain. Its ability to handle a mixture of terrain and carry large loads makesit a flexible piece of equipment.

We offer certification on the Forward Tipping Dumper from the following awarding bodies: CPCS, NPORS.

Road Roller

A Road Roller is used to compact loose soil, gravel, concrete, asphalt and bituminous materials, primarily during construction and agricultural applications. The compaction of these materials ensures the foundations are compacted thoroughly so the materials are solid and do not come loose.

We offer certification on the Road Roller from the following awarding bodies: CPCS, NPORS.

Agricultural Tractor

An Agricultural Tractor is designed to deliver high torque at slow speeds, making it ideal for hauling a trailer or machinery used in agriculture or construction. It can be fitted with attachments, such as a bucket or hoe. Attachments can either be towed behind the machine or mounted to it. We offer certification on the Agricultural Tractor from the following awarding bodies: CPCS, NPORS.

360° Excavator

A 360o Excavator consists of a cab which sits on an undercarriage of tracks or wheels. As the name suggests the cab and boom can rotate through 360o. It is used for a range of tasks such as digging trenches and holes, material handling, construction and general grading/landscaping.

We offer certification on the 360o Excavator from the following awarding bodies: CPCS, NPORS.

180° Excavator

A 180o Excavator gets its name from the boom attached to the vehicle which can pivot from left to right through 180o. It is also known as a Backhoe, which refers to the action of the shovel rather than its location on the machine. It is a versatile machine that can be used for a variety of different jobs.

We offer certification on the 180o Excavator from the following awarding bodies: CPCS, NPORS.

Loading Shovel

A Loading Shovel is used to move materials such as gravel, sand and debris around a site without pushing them across the ground. It can also be used to load materials into/onto another type of machinery. Various attachments, such as a forks or clamshell bucket can be used with the Loading Shovel. We offer certification on the Loading Shovel from the following awarding bodies: CPCS, NPORS.

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