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Steve Bullman

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  • Birthday 25/04/1976

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  1. Hi Kay, you can add your site here https://arbtalk.co.uk/recycling
  2. I looked into a similar solution for a client a few months back albeit a bit more indepth that simple risk assessments. I actually started a thread on here also, which led me to iauditor. Theres a free version you can download and try. https://safetyculture.com/iauditor/?utm_source=google&utm_campaign=700038670&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=iauditor&adgroup=39375756627&gclid=Cj0KCQiA9orxBRD0ARIsAK9JDxR1rEQcY8pYf9KJHSyWM6OisnmsMkoWiK_KQIZMbbifQ_K2uG9-25gaApN5EALw_wcB
  3. Seem to recall there’s no demo circuit this year
  4. Good luck, but i'd say if you are talking to Rob at chainsawbars you are already at the best place for help!
  5. After a successful debut, STIHL will be returning to BTME 2020 to showcase its full range of groundscare products, including its range of high performance professional lawn mowers, as well as its latest chainsaws. Taking centre stage will be STIHL’s new RMA 765 V PRO mower, which is the latest addition to STIHL’s expanding range of high-performance professional models. Packed with innovative features, the new cordless mower is designed with a 63cm aluminium twin blade cutting deck, height adjustable front wheels for zero turn, and an electric ground speed control. In addition, the solid mono handlebar ensures users can empty the tough fabric 80-litre grass catcher box with ease. The extended range of STIHL’s professional lawn mowers will also be on display, including the RM 765 YC, the RM 655 RS rear roller mower and the RM 4 RTP mulching mower. All created for professional use on larger areas, each mower within the collection is built for maximum durability and comfort for prolonged use. Visitors to the stand will be able to see up close the new MS 400 C-M, the world’s first chainsaw with a magnesium piston. The new chainsaw has been designed with professionals in mind, offering the highest maximum speed (14,000 rpm) in the 60cm3 -class. The new 66.8cc 2-MIX engine has more displacement, providing both more power and torque than the MS 362C-M, as well as rapid acceleration. STIHL’s MSA 220 C-B will also be on display, the most powerful cordless chainsaw in the STIHL range. Powered by a 36 V Lithium-Ion battery, the new saw comes as standard with the STIHL exclusive 3/8” Picco Super 3 (PS3) full chisel saw chain with a guide bar length of 35cm/14”. The powerful MSA 220 C-B makes quick work of any task and guarantees consistently high-quality cutting performance, regardless of the battery charge level. Completing the groundscare range showcase is the new STIHL BR 800 C-E, the latest addition to its range of innovative and high-performance blowers. Producing an impressive blowing force of 41N, the 80cc STIHL 4-MIX® engine runs on a fuel-oil mix just like a 2-stroke model and offers the benefits without the compromises of 4-stroke power. The STIHL 4-MIX® engine provides fast acceleration, more power, added torque, and lower noise during operation to complete jobs quickly and more easily. In addition, the engine offers reduced emissions and increased fuel efficiency. To make getting up and running even easier, the BR 800 C-E is designed with a convenient starting system featured on the side of the machine, allowing users to start the blower while wearing it. The simplified starting system also features an automatic choke reset and a switch position on the control handle that is always ‘ON’, ensuring that the professional user can start the BR 800 C-E with ease. For more information on STIHL’s professional groundscare range and latest chainsaws, be sure to visit stand 'Blue 165' at BTME on 21st – 23rd January 2020, or visit www.stihl.co.uk.
  6. Looks like you've already started..didn't you already give them a quote?
  7. The winds the least of your worries, you should be more Concerned about the police only climbing on 1 rope
  8. Seriously? Mac operating system is far easier than windows, ESPECIALLY for people who are not great with technology
  9. go for it. Perhaps mine can be saved as yet! It cost me 3k when I bought it just for the tower unit. New ones are considerably more now.
  10. I know I know. Just spent several grand building an office though. New computer will have to wait till my bank balance has recovered
  11. unlikely mate, don't have time to put anything together.
  12. Wouldn't ever go back to a pc again. I have a macbook and also a mac pro desktop computer which is my main machine. That is a 2009 model and never misses a beat. In fact it runs as quickly now as it did the day I first plugged it in. Try saying that about a windows pc...they generally slow to a crawl within 6 months. No they are not cheap, but they will outlast any windows machine and give you hassle free computing for a good number of years. I am not faced with having to replace my main machine after 11 years, not because its not performing, but bcause its so old I have updated it as high as I can. At some point soon the software is simply going to stop functioning. It owes me nothing so I can't really complain.
  13. Never missed one yet, can't see this year being any different!


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