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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…


Batt in Black: How Battery Power Keeps Your Construction Business Out of the Red on eeeequipment.com

Batt in Black: How Battery Power Keeps Your Construction Business Out of the Red

April 18th, 2017 by | No comments

Battery-powered electric construction equipment is just as powerful, but exponentially less expensive to operate. The convergence has begun. Traditional construction tools of the trade that once ran on fuel are being reimagined and redesigned to run on battery power. It’s possible because of the rapid evolution of battery technology, which has made it possible to Read more…


Batt to the Future: A Brave New World of Battery Technology on eeeequipment.com

Batt to the Future: A Brave New World of Battery Technology

April 13th, 2017 by | No comments

They’re nothing like the batteries from your childhood, and they’re getting ready to power airplanes. Fossil fuels aren’t keeping the lights on at night on the island of Kauai – it’s a Tesla-built power plant that uses batteries charged by solar energy. Farmers in Europe are looking to John Deere to deliver fully electric battery-powered Read more…


High Fuel Costs in the Construction Industry Have Owners Searching for Alternatives – and Finding Surprising Solutions on eeeequipment.com

High Fuel Costs in the Construction Industry Have Owners Searching for Alternatives – and Finding Surprising Solutions

April 7th, 2017 by | No comments

Keeping machines fueled can consume up to half of your operating budget. Battery-powered construction equipment is the answer. What’s nibbling away at your bottom line if you’re in the construction business? It’s likely your fuel costs. Over time, they continue to trend upward. Many construction companies try the precarious balancing act of passing these increases Read more…