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Kennards Lift and Shift’s mini-conveyors used for moving building materials

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A mini-conveyor system, hired from Kennards Lift and Shift, moved 27 tonne of building materials down a steep, rugged home site in less than nine hours.

Craig White Carpentry used the conveyors while building a timber crib retaining wall on a property at Bowen Mountain, west of Sydney.

Sixteen tonne of river stone, six tonne of blue metal and five tonne of sand were used in the structure, which was 6m wide, 1.9m high and 0.9m deep.

Craig White Carpentry hired seven of the six-metre long units, which linked together, covered a distance of 42m. The slope varied from about 18 ° to 35°. Craig White Carpentry ran one section underneath a corner of the house where the clearance was less than half a metre.

The 240V powered conveyors are light because of their aluminium frame, but are also sturdy. Conveyors have wheels, which makes them easier to move around.

Kennards Lift & Shift has hire centres in Sydney, Wollongong, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.

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