Whilst on site, it is inevitable that when completing any practical and hands-on work, your boots are going to get dusty, muddy and full of contaminates. Cleaning them is important to make sure that they don’t spread any contaminates when going from site to office, or from site to site.
As we become more and more environmentally aware, whether in business or at home, and look for options which will reduce emissions and cut fuel costs, when it comes to cleaning equipment, the environment still needs to be kept in mind.
A wash bay system allows you to clean your equipment – from small attachments to large diggers – easily, quickly and affordably. A lot of options are available on the market - however, not all are manufactured to clean your machinery efficiently, remove contaminates and help reduce your costs.
At some point in your lighting tower's, X-Splash's or X-Dust’s lifetime, a repair and service will be needed. Getting it right here is very important to keep up the efficiency and quality of your product which you have invested in. Spare parts need to be right and they need to be new – otherwise, this can cause problems in the future, which can be costly.
During the winter, it gets cold and the X-Splash does need a little more TLC to ensure it is all running efficiently through this season. We’ve written five checks for you to do when the cold really hits!
Like with anything, getting the size right is important. With the X-Splash, some points do need to be considered before purchasing this equipment. At Trime we have made a few suggestions to think about when considering the X-Splash Wash Bay.
As winter comes ever closer (3 weeks to go!), your lighting towers will be out and about being used more than they have been over the summer months. It is really important, for your safety and others, that the lighting towers are in good condition when they are going from hire to hire.
Avoiding buying genuine spare parts from your supplier and going for the cheaper option can be thought of as a great alternative. It may be helpful in the short-term for cash-flow and as a quick fix for your machine, but in the long-run it can cause more harm than good. Just think - you could be paying for a part which may not last, or be completely wrong!