Dump Truck vs End Dump Services

The End dump is a trailer that attaches behind the semi-truck. Once your airlines and light chord are plugged in, you will attach either single hydraulic line or double hydraulic line. Which will elevate the trailer up and down from using the semi-trucks PTO system. A dump truck has a dump bed attached to theContinue reading “Dump Truck vs End Dump Services”

What kind of dirt do I need? Fill or Topsoil.

What kind of Dirt do I need? Fill or Topsoil Fill dirt can be transported many ways. Normally you see End Dumps and Dump trucks hauling fill dirt, topsoil and other aggregates Fill is the material below 6 to 10 inches of the topsoil. It’s sander, clay, red like soil lacking the proper ph. MostContinue reading “What kind of dirt do I need? Fill or Topsoil.”

End dump, Dump Truck, Belly Dump

End Dump, Dump Truck, Belly Dump Diehls Trucking Service Inc. Has the End Dump, Dump Truck and Belly Dumps to get the job done. Our team of highly trained Professional Drivers will deliver your Aggregates Sand, Gravel, Rock, Millings and/or Heavy equipment Safe and on Time. We are family owned, in the Heart of Salina,Continue reading “End dump, Dump Truck, Belly Dump”

Demolition Salina Technical College

Congratulations! to Staton Diehl with Diehl Enterprise Inc. Staton is the demolition contractor awarded the demo project for Salina Area Technical College “Big Blue.” Kaleb Diehl with Diehls Trucking Service Inc. will be supplying the End dump Service for the demo project. “We are honored to have the privilege to demo Big Blue,” Thank you

About, Demolition Permits

Will I need, Commercial or Residential Demolition permits? A demolition permit is needed if you are wrecking or removing/disturbing any load supporting or load bearing structural member of the building or support walls. Residential Demolition Permit They are required for the demolition of a residential building with four or less dwelling units (includes garages andContinue reading “About, Demolition Permits”

Heavy Equipment Dangers

Heavy Equipment Dangers Heavy Equipment Dangers ☆Danger Zones☆ •Blind Spots If you can’t See the Operator. They can’t See you. Always make Eye Contact with the Operator •Rotating Machinery Boom Arm and Tail Swing radius Track path Forward and Backwards •Overhead Hazards Overhead utility lines, overhead piping, and cable trays, etc. •Working Over or around existing undergroundContinue reading “Heavy Equipment Dangers”

End Dumps, Tips Before you Buy

When you are in the market for End dumps, side, or belly dump trailers to support your hauling needs, consider these key factors before making your purchase, including the differences between trailers, what they haul, and the benefits and limitations of each one. An end dumps trailer unloads by lifting its dump trailer into theContinue reading “End Dumps, Tips Before you Buy”

Excavator, Skills & Tips

Skills and tips: Productivity can be enhanced by taking advantage of an excavator’s operating modes. Fine motor grading mode or throttle position mode. These automatic settings optimize both the speed of the engine and hydraulic settings. Some jobs can take more power than others. Read the equipment owner’s manual before operating the excavator. Using theContinue reading “Excavator, Skills & Tips”

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