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justinkingwell

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About justinkingwell

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  • Location
    Braintree UK
  • Interests
    Site Clearance, AHWI Mulchers, Excavator Flails, Excavator Powerpack Mulchers, Air Burners
  • Occupation
    MD - Kingwell Holdings Ltd.
  • Post code
    CM77 8DL
  • City
    Braintree
  1. Transport required

    Plantspeed. 0117 892 1309 Vince or Darren.
  2. Kingswell holdings

    Thanks Simon. We really appreciate the work. Thanks for the recommendation as well. We work really hard to keep our customers happy and to provide a good service. Best regards. Justin. Ps. No "s" in Kingwell :-)
  3. excavator advise

    Hyundai or Takeuchi are your two makes with the oil and pressure required. They also have all the pipework that you need - already fitted and this will save you money when you fit your attachments. Here is Matt Bell's machine, that we recently supplied a Serrat head for. It is a very productive unit.
  4. Brushwood faggots

    I have 300+ bales at Woodbridge if you want them?
  5. Is woodchip and tree surgery arisings a waste?

    Many thanks. I will pass this on to our sub-contractors. Cheers for the complement as well. Best regards. Justin.
  6. Where does the law stand on the classification of chip, logs and arisings from construction sites (development sites, road schemes, highways works, etc. etc.)? Many construction clients are now stating that this material should be moved, stored and "treated" as a waste. Some of our subcontractors are also running into this problem. For example, if you remove demolition timber, or old fencing from a site, you have to operate under a full Waste Management Licence. This involves WAMITAB qualification and using consignment notes. As far as we can see, the Environment Agency https://www.gov.uk/search?q=wood+waste&filter_organisations[]=environment-agency has no obvious guidance on their website, so does anyone have the facts on what the law says?
  7. Show us your website!

    Our machinery dealership site. www.khlplant.com
  8. Forestry mulcher

    Haha. 7.67 was the duff ammo that the Army bought from India!
  9. Forestry mulcher

    There isn't anything we haven't hit over the years Steve. Gas canisters are generally ok, as they are usually empty and the machine is very well guarded. The most scary items are on MOD ranges. We hit some type of Phosphorous device with one of the RT400s a while back and a whole belt of live 7.67 link ammo on another range.
  10. Kilworth pan mixer

    We have a large new and unused pan mixer in stock. If you call the office in the morning on 01376 550989, we can send you details. Regards. Justin.
  11. Forestry mulcher

    Hi. Easy job. We clear demolition sites all the time. We have several machines that will cope with this. We have swinging-hammer mulcher heads that will work down to ground level on crushed concrete, contaminated with metal scrap and other foreign objects, with no issues whatsoever. We can cope with material up to 18" diameter with these machines. If you send me your email address, I will send you a rate sheet. Pictures attached of a recent bad site. Or call our office in the morning to discuss. 01375 550989. Regards. Justin. 07801 478885.
  12. proper big stump grinder hire?

    That is my old machine! Looking fantastic in it's new life!
  13. proper big stump grinder hire?

    Hi Pete. I bought it back and it is now being re-built, as we speak... :-)
  14. Fecon FTX128L demo day

    Contact us to book your place on our Fecon FTX128L demo day on July 27th. See link below for details. https://www.facebook.com/events/907685562693290/
  15. proper big stump grinder hire?

    Hey Tree_Beard. We still have a 440hp stump grinder, that will do your 7 foot stump right out in under 10 minutes. It will be in Poole on the 29th, if you want it after that? Justin.

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