Once again you asked and we listened. Introducing our new 8.4m Rough Terrain Scissor Lift from Ahern Australia. Compared to our current slab scissor lifts this machine drives further, lifts higher, carries more weight and even self-levels on uneven terrain. Best of all, it achieves this with an overall width of only 1.45m (as compared to a minimum of 1.7m width available from other manufacturers).
Here’s a quick run down of the scissor lift specifications.
- Max Platform Height: 8.4m (27′)
- Overall Width: 1.45m
- Overall Length: 3.3m
- Stowed Height: 2.5m
- Platform Capacity: 300kg SWL
- Machine Weight: 2,580kg
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Available for hire now from $200.00 for 4 hours plus transport costs.
Call the Hire Desk on 3715 9700 or email your hire request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ve all seen or heard the advertisements from the Government and various insurance companies in the media warning us that the storm season is upon us and to prepare our homes. While this is definitely important, here is some other useful information for when we get that massive deluge that, despite our best preparations, results in water where we do not want it. Having a little bit of knowledge about pumps can be a great help when your in a position where you have to hire one to help you out. When selecting a pump to move water from one area to another, there are 3 key factors that a hire company or salesperson will/should want to find out before recommending a pump and they are:
As we move towards Christmas things always seem to move just that little bit faster than normal. As timelines draw closer jobs can become rushed, people can become a little more impatient and some things can fall by the wayside. This season, don’t let safety become one of those … especially when working with tools and machinery.
Choosing not to fully understand the operating and safety instructions of a piece of equipment could result in swearing, a band aid, an ambulance ride and in some cases, the loss of life.
This Christmas season, love your family more than than your timeline.
Please read & understand operating & safety instructions.
With winter little more than a cool memory, it’s that time of year again when most homeowners like to get out in the garden and prepare it for the warm and fun-filled summer months ahead. Whether you simply enjoy getting out and working in your garden or have big plans for barbecues and garden parties this summer, we’ve put together our top tips to help you get your outdoor space in the best possible shape.
Before you can start working on your garden, it’s likely that you’ll need to do some work to restore it to its pre-winter state and prepare it for the summer ahead. For this you will need some specific tools, available for hire from Centenary Hire, such as this lawn aerator to help restore your lawn to a healthy state. If you have lost some of your lawn over the winter months, then you might be thinking about laying some new turf down to prepare a relaxing grassy space. You’ll need a turf cutter to remove any old or dead grass before finally finishing off with a lawn roller.
For most homeowners, the lawn is the central part of their garden – whilst you may have flower beds or even a vegetable garden around, it’s your lawn that makes up the bulk of your outdoor space and is generally the part of the backyard used for socialising, relaxing, and other summer activities. Because of this, making sure that you have the right tools for summer lawn care is essential for a beautiful outdoor space. If you have a large lawn area, this zero turn mower, available for hire from Centenary Hire, is the perfect tool since you can ride on it to achieve a professional finish on your lawn in no time at all. For the best look, don’t forget to set your lawn mower to take off less than a third of the existing grass height and use a line trimmer to reach any small edges for a uniform finish.
Finally, plants are essential for adding some colour and interest to your backyard this summer. A rotary hoe will come in handy for preparing soil in flowerbeds and vegetable gardens, making it more workable for planting. Don’t forget that vegetables don’t have to wait until the weather is scorching – many are best planted during the spring, so that by the summertime you can serve up your home-grown veggies to family and friends. An irrigation trencher will help ensure that your vegetable garden gets enough water, even on the driest of days.
Get in touch today to discover more about our garden preparation tools!
If you would like any guidance or have any questions, please do not hesitate to talk with our friendly team at the Hire Desk.
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Spring is upon us again, the sun is warm and water out the tap is not so cold any more. Maybe it’s time to tick off a few of the tasks that often need doing after Winter like leaning your outdoor entertaining area ready for BBQs as well as the concrete/stone paths around the home. Give your driveway and even the house walls and roof a fresh look with some serious cleaning. If any of these jobs are on your list, it’s a good idea to consider hiring some commercial grade equipment to get the jobs done more effectively and more efficiently than using a broom and garden hose. Further good news is that if you choose to use a water pressure cleaner it will use less water than a regular garden hose. It’s a win-win situation.
Removing tiles may seem like a messy and difficult job however there are various methods for removing tiles that anybody can do at home with the right tools and equipment. Whether you are removing tiles from the floor in a large living area or the wall in a small bathroom, getting the preparation right and ensuring that you have the right equipment to do the job is key to getting a great result and having the job done before you know it. Here are some of the most effective methods for tile removal.
When it comes to picking a power tool, one of the biggest decisions that you’ll probably be making is whether to buy corded or cordless, brushed or brushless. No longer the “gutless” wonder of the power tool world, cordless power tools now offer just as much power, torque and longevity of use as their corded cousins.
As the cold winter months descend upon us the desire to rug up can be enticing and even thoughts of postponing projects or to stop entertaining at home can creep in. But come on, it’s Queensland and the Winter days are fantastic! However if you’re chasing a little more comfort or a bit quicker turn around on drying times for example, then at least Centenary Hire can help in these ways …
Just as we have learnt that “oils ‘aint oils” the same is true for rotary hammer drills. Don’t waste time with an el-cheapo drill that just isn’t up to the task. The difference between a no name rotary hammer drill and a true industrial spec, quality branded rotary hammer drill really is chalk and cheese!