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How to Take the Dirty Work Out of Job Site Cleanup

Equipter job site cleanup
August 22, 2022 at 9:00 a.m.

By Equipter. 

Clear out roofing debris with ease by upgrading your cleanup equipment. 

Cleanup is one of the most time-consuming and bothersome parts of every roofing job. The time spent cleaning up old roof debris would be better spent on the roof installation process.  

Equipter was founded by a former roofer who was determined to find a more time-efficient way to clean up debris on job sites, which led to the Equipter RB4000

Here’s how roofers like you can use the Equipter to improve the cleanup process: 

Use a hydraulics-operated lift and tailgate 

The Equipter RB4000’s powerful hydraulic cylinders make it possible for you to dump debris from any position—even when the Equipter is extended to its maximum height of 12 feet. Plus, its hydraulic tailgate enables you to dump scraps and dirt from the Equipter into your dump truck, dump trailer or roll-off container with one lever. It doesn’t get easier than that! 

Let roofing equipment do the heavy lifting — and dumping 

The RB4000 has a job site capacity of 4,000 pounds — that's the equivalent of 12 to 15 square of asphalt shingles! When you have the Equipter, it's easy to transport tools and materials up to the roof you're replacing and then haul all the roofing debris from tear-off across the job site to your stationary dumpster or roll-off container. Traveling at average walking speed with a gas-powered engine, the RB4000 is self-propelled so all you have to do is hop on the back and steer to the job's designated dump container. 

Bonus tip: Tow roofing tools and materials 

You can also use the Equipter as a small utility trailer. Its towing capacity of 3,540 pounds allows you to haul plenty of roofing materials, supplies and even trash to and from the job site every day. That capability alone also makes the RB4000 ideal for small roofing jobs and roof repairs. 

If you’ve been looking for a way to save time and increase productivity on the job, you’ve found it! See for yourself just how easy the RB4000 is to operate and what difference it makes on just a single roof replacement. Use our no-hassle Find a Rental tool to locate the closest RB4000 to you. 

Learn more about Equipter in their directory or visit www.Equipter.com

Original article source: Equipter 



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