Thursday, January 25, 2018

Dieci Pegasus 40.25 Rotating Telehandler Forklift

Dieci Pegasus 40.25 Rotating Telehandler Forklift

The Dieci Pegasus 40.25 rotating telehandler has a lifting capacity of 8,810 lbs and a 25 mph road speed, making it both an efficient and powerful machine. With a 79 foot maximum lift height, it is ideal for many different job sites. This workhorse has a FPT 141 HP turbocharged diesel engine and anti-tipping protection with stabilizers for safety. 

Pegasus Rotating Telehandler Forklift Spinning Continously
. Advantages of a Full Rotating 360° Telehandler
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When faced with space limitations on a job-site, the Pegasus Rotating Telehandler is easier to maneuver than a conventional telehandler, making it ideal for urban projects. It gets the job done faster and safer as it's full rotating capabilities cut down on re-positioning around your loading or unloading area. The Pegasus rotating telehander can be utilized as a rough terrain crane as well as a telescopic forklift, helping you save money on logistics and additional services. 

Diece Pegasus Rotating Telehandler Forklift Ready for Rental
Specifications

Maximum lifting capacity    8810 lbs
Maximum Lift Height        79.06 feet
Tier 4 Engine                      FPT 141
Maximum Speed                 25 MPH
Overall Length                315 Inches
Overall Height                 119 Inches
Overall Width                    94 Inches
Total Weight (empty)         38580 lbs

                       


Brand New Pegasus 40.25 Rotating Teleahandler Forklift



For questions, or to inquire about a rental, call 1-800-DURANTE or check our our forklift rental website.

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Kerosene Heater Safety

Industrial kerosene heaters- 6 models

Kerosene Heater Safety Guidelines

Whether you're renting a kerosene heater for a temporary job or event or own your own, the number one rule when using any heater is to never ever leave it unattended, not even for a few minutes. 

Place your kerosene heater at least three feet from combustible materials or flammable objects like furniture, curtains, large amounts of dust, or combustible fuels. Make sure the area is well ventilated when using a kerosene heater as it generates dangerous amounts of toxic fumes. Failure to follow these and other manufacturer recommended safety precautions could result in asphyxiation or carbon monoxide poisoning.


Danger Kerosene Sign

Only use quality 1-K kerosene fuel that has been properly stored. NEVER USE GASOLINE or any other combustible or low quality fuels

  • Place your kerosene heater in an area that has little to no traffic to prevent accidental knock over.
  • Never move a heater while in use or use it to heat food/water or to dry wet clothing.
  • Keep heaters away from fumes or solvents that are flammable, such as aerosol sprays or lacquers.
  • Do not fuel your heater while it is in operation or still hot from operation.
  • Avoid spilling fuel. If kerosene spills, clean it up immediately.
  • Do not overfill the heater above the designated "full" level.
  • Carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, and sulfur dioxide can be emitted from improper use of kerosene heaters. These fumes become toxic in large quantities and put vulnerable individuals at risk, such as pregnant women, asthmatics, people with cardiovascular disease, the elderly, and young children.
  • Signs of toxic fume poisoning include headaches, nausea, dizziness, and fatigue.
  • Keep the room well ventilated with doors and windows slightly open, even if cold outside.
  • Keep the kerosene heater clean.
  • Install carbon monoxide and smoke detectors to alert you to dangerous levels of carbon monoxide and smoke.
  • Keep wicks new and clean to prevent toxic fumes.
As a preventative measure, develop a fire escape plan and make sure all members of your work place understand your plan and can carry it out in case of emergency. Fuel is highly toxic and fumes are ignitable. Always fill the heater outside of the work area.


Torpedo kerosene heater on fire
If a fire occurs, engage the manual shut-off switch. DO NOT TRY TO MOVE IT. If this does not extinguish the fire, use a fire extinguisher or call the local fire department. DO NOT try to extinguish with water or blankets

Always use the manufacturer instructions and practice common senseCold weather can slow down productivity and can even shut down an entire event or job site. At Durante Rentals, we rent, sell and service all types of industrial-strength portable heaters to keep your workers and work environment warm, comfortable and productive. Here is a sampling of the portable heaters we have for rent or sale at Durante Rentals.



Bonus: Check out our video above on How to Light a Kerosene Heater


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