UNOH Alumni Diesel Technician Spotlight

UNOH Alumni Diesel Technicians Shine at Nuss Truck & Equipment We would like to introduce you to two special UNOH (University of Northern Ohio, Lima, Ohio) alumni, Dylan and James. Both have relocated post college to work for Nuss Truck & Equipment as service technicians here in Duluth, MN. We checked in

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Top Tips for Soil Compaction Operators

Soil compaction is a key step in a wide range of construction projects, and the efficiency of the process relies heavily on the skills and knowledge of the operator. Below are some key tips to help keep your soil compactor running efficiently throughout the day to boost productivity. Be able

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How Off-Road Electric Equipment Impacts the Green Movement

Image courtesy Volvo How Off-Road Electric Equipment Impacts the Green Movement In the ongoing shift toward more sustainable practices, we often hear about electric cars, buses and trucks slashing (and in many cases eliminating) emissions to make our roads greener. But important changes are happening off-road as well on construction

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Buyer’s Tips: Choosing the Right Demolition Excavators

Profits in demolition are oftentimes maximized by how much you can save in your day-to-day operations. Lower fuel consumption is one way to lower costs — reduced maintenance and downtime is another. Lowering operating costs ultimately improves your machine’s total cost of ownership (TCO). These tips are designed to help you select

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How to Inspect Your Machine’s Undercarriage — and Why It Matters

Regularly inspecting your construction equipment is always worthwhile. This can prevent future downtime and lengthen the life of your machine. In these uncertain times right now, it’s more important than ever to keep your equipment running efficiently and reliably, and your maintenance staff may have a little extra time on

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Why You May Need to Rethink Machine Work Hours with Electric Equipment

The construction industry continues to integrate electric equipment into fleets, as they’re promising alternatives to their diesel-powered counterparts. The reason they’re becoming more popular options is because electric heavy equipment offers numerous advantages including lower or zero emissions, reduced operating costs and quieter operations. But when it comes time to consider an

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Electric Construction Equipment: Your Charging Questions Answered

What type of charging infrastructure do I need for electric construction equipment? To have an optimal charging time for electric machines, we strongly recommend a 240-volt NEMA 14-50 outlet utilizing an SAE J1772 charging adapter or J plug — the same as for electric cars. While you can charge the machines on

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