Landscape Contractor / Design Build Maintain

OCT 2018

LC/DBM provides landscape contractors with Educational, Imaginative and Practical information about their business, their employees, their machines and their projects.

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Left The new Accu-Tamper by W.W. Manufacturing is a slide hammer tamper with a patented rubber-faced 8" x 8" base, which offers the advantage of more precise positioning of the tamper, keeping it flat, which minimizes block and brick breakage. It comes with optional steel bases of 6" x 6", 8" x 8" and 10" x 10". Breaker points and 3" chisels are also available. This slide hammer tamper is designed with an ability to get into tight corners and near foundations for clean application. The rubber- faced tamper head was built to give long lasting service. Above An accommodating tool for maneuvering pavers, the Quick-E-Dual Adjuster has a rubber-padded hammer on one side to tap pavers into place and a hardened tooth on the other side to place in-between pavers for fine-tuning bond lines. Above John Deere added two new land planes, the LP1048L and LP1060L, to its Frontier equipment lineup for use with their utility trac- tors. Both are 3-point-hitch-mounted implements designed for leveling and reconditioning driveways and roads. Two cutting edges promote ground leveling. They are iMatchâ„¢ and/or Quick-Coupler compatible. Below Designed for lifting and placing Keystone Compac and Standard retain- ing wall units, the KeyLifter tool enables two people to efficiently carry and set a unit by distributing its weight between them. The angled tool head and handle design lets the unit be positioned onto the wall without injury to hands or fingers. ybpyettu October 2018 69

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