Ever wonder what goes on in our busy Perth yard? Besides multiple projects we have a fantastic team who is always ready to smile and say hello (especially when there is a camera around). Have a look at our daily snapshot video and visit us soon for more videos like this.
Plantman Equipment are proud to have been involved with Ronald McDonald House Charities since 2016. We look forward to continuing to establish a longstanding relationship into the future.
As a West Australian family owned and operated business we are passionate about supporting the community and charities that share our values of integrity, honesty and respect.
Plantman Equipment team cooked dinner for families staying at Ronald McDonald House as part of the initiative Home For Dinner. It is a great cause and we encourage everyone to register and make a night of it because there is so much to gain.
The main benefit of volunteering is the ability to help and make a difference in the lives of others. It is also a fantastic opportunity to create stronger relationships with your co-workers, meet new people and not just feel but actually be part of the wider community.
To see how we went, check out the video below!
Plantman Equipment, recognises the importance of community involvement and support, which is why we have donated branded water bottles and hats to the junior players of Paraburdoo FC, in conjunction with providing 50 co-branded jerseys for the team.
Nature Based Playgrounds are becoming the next big thing with many new communities installing them in favour over mass produced steel playgrounds.
Schools are starting to take this approach also, with the view of creating play environments that allow children to explore and interact in a meaningful way that can help build their resilience.
As a local Perth concrete pool building and renovations company with over 26 years’ experience designing and building high-end concrete pools for residential and commercial clients, Primo Pools required a trusted and reliable source of earthmoving and construction equipment to support their business operations.
From bobcats to rock breakers and mini excavators, Primo Pools utilises a full range of equipment to complete their projects. By using the high-quality and well-serviced equipment from Plantman Equipment, Primo Pools have been able to carry out pool construction in a safe and efficient manner, without downtime – ensuring projects are completed on time.
Continue reading “Primo Pools choose Plantman”
The following is a short video of a Caterpillar 16H Motor Grader that is undergoing repair of its sideshift with a small gauge (38mm) line bore.
For more information on specialist repairs and refurbishment of your equipment, contact Plantman today – (08) 9274 7820.
This information is presented as a general walk-around guide for a mid-size Cat Wheel Loader. Check with your machines specific operator manual for a detailed walk-around inspection list.
While often an unappealing task to most operators, the daily walk-around inspection of your wheel loader is one of the days most important tasks to ensure you are operating safely, the machine is running efficiently, and you are lowering the risk of any unscheduled and costly maintenance. Continue reading “Wheel Loader Walk-Around Procedure”
No one excavator is going to be right for every job, but with all the various the options of brands, models and types, which is the best option for your business?
The one that will provide the greatest return on what is often an expensive investment. The following article will highlight areas for you to consider and act as a discussion guide when you are talking with your equipment dealer. Continue reading “GUIDE: How to Choose your Next Excavator”
Working in proximity to mobile plant equipment is never safe and requires constant attention and management of risks to ensure a safe work environment.
Risks when working around an excavator
People can become complacent around equipment over time.
There can be a tendency for both the excavator operator and other workers on site to become complacent to the dangers of earthmoving equipment over time.
This also includes workers from other trade types who are not familiar with plant equipment operation and may be unaware of the visual limitations placed on the excavator operator when in the cab, and the movement types (direction/speed) of the equipment.