Black and white film. Deals with temps of 0F to -40F. Explains inspection checks necessary prior to equipment starting and use. Examples are: track and carrier rollers, sprocket adjustment, truck shoes and hardware, final drive and transmission.
Presents in clear terms the materials, equipment, traffic control, and work methods for bituminous seal coats. References made to WADOT's standard specifications; however, ideas presented are generally applicable anywhere.
Takes you through an entire cold in-place recycling project. Benefits of stabilization include cost savings of 50%, conservation of virgin materials, use of less sophisticated equipment, and limited traffic disruption.
Emphasizes pre-start inspections, trailer hook-up procedures and equipment loading prior to hauling. Features practical hints on trailer towing, unloading procedures, loading and hauling pipe materials.
Documents the procedures, personnel, equipment and paperwork requirements in WA for inspection of the construction of the aggregate base course. Covers inspection of materials, project layout, surveying, equipment, subgrade and traffic control.
Takes the viewer through a step-by-step process which covers careful inspection of tracks, how to check hydraulic fluid, radiator checks, inspection of blade and blade hydraulics and other maintenance.
How to get the most out of your equipment and yourself. A loader can dig, load, carry, excavate and doze. Emphasizes the need to learn about your machine by reading the owner's manual, daily checks of equipment, use of equipment and safety tips.
Visually demonstrates the step-by-step checks necessary to make sure the wheel loader is in good operating condition. Shows the basic techniques used in loader operations, and emphasizes safety and efficiency.