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  1. Hi there, Avant 528 and Carlton sp2010 for hire with and without operator. East Sussex, West Sussex and Surrey. Further afield will be considered so please get in touch. Delivery or collection. 2016 Avant 528 with hydraulic swivel timber grapple and standard forks and bucket. Other attachments can be sourced including post hole borer, grader, breaker etc. The machine has the large rear weights fitted and will comfortably handle a full bulk bag of aggregate (850+kg) and has more to give... with some finesse on the controls. Carlton SP2010 also available. Pedestrian 27hp Kohler engine with the Sandvik cutting wheel. powerful and efficient. Operated hire:- Avant - From £250/ day but please get in touch to discuss your requirements and the job in hand. Stump grinding will vary dependant on the job and access etc. so please get in touch for a quote. Without operator:- Avant with forks and/or bucket £120/day £475/week Hyd. swivel timber grapple £45/day £165/week For other attachments please get in touch as these will be cross hired. Stump grinder £100/day For longer periods please get in touch. Contact Sean - 07724639681 Please have a look at the facebook page below for a few pictures facebook.com/SMCPlant Cheers!
  2. Firewood processor & operator for hire. Please note - I'm in the HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND. Will travel up to 40 miles from PH34. Can cut and split logs up to 12" in diameter, 2 or 4 way, up to 50cm long Will process several tonnes a day - more with one or two helpers to load logs Please PM me if you're interested
  3. Hi there, I have a 2016 Avant 528 with timber grab, log grab and augers available for hire in West Sussex and surrounding areas. The machine can be equipped with a hydraulic swivel timber grab (see bottom of page for video), forks and log grab, augers, or a general purpose bucket. Other attachments can be sourced so please ask. The machine has the large 190kg rear side weights and 25kg rear weight with a tow ball and pin. I also have a Carlton SP2010 stump grinder available for hire. The machines are available with me as an operator or I can deliver and collect or it can be collected and returned with either a supplied plant trailer or your own means. I collected the machine Saturday last so have no pictures of it in operation as yet but will be working on that over the next week. Machines will always be supplied clean and ready for work. Please get in touch if you would like prices or availability and machine specifications and dimensions. Cheers, Sean. 07724639681 Timber grab (please note the video shows attachment mounted on Avant 635). (Source: avanttechno) Carlton SP2010 (Source: orangeplant)
  4. Good Day I need to hire a tracked chipper this week for a job on a Country Park in Sholden, Deal, Kent. I could also pay another man on a saw for two days. The closest I can find one is W.Sussex with a £65 delivery fee; painful. >7" feed preferable but I will take what is available. If you know of a tracked chipper for hire, or you are a man with a saw wanting the odd day rate job near Deal, East Kent Please post on here.
  5. We are looking to hire a stump grinder off someone for a day for 5 conifer stumps(biggest around 16" diameter) near Farnham in the next couple of weeks. Any help appreciated. please message me on here or call ben hyatt on 07823321959 to discuss! Cheers!
  6. Hi there, I need to hire a tracked chipper for a day (maybe 2) over a weekend at the start of March in North Cornwall, does anyone have any recommendations? Cheers, Ben
  7. Hi All New to this forum and first time poster! I wanted to ask your advice and opinions on a job I need doing. I have 200 - 300 stumps (ranging in size from 300mm to 800mm diameter) that I need to remove as efficiently and economically as possible without doing undue damage to the surrounding woodland area and remaining trees. The stumps are predominantly oak stumps 80% with the remainder being beech and willow. The woodland is an old oak plantation (approx 100 yrs old) spread over 5 hectares. The site is accessible by tractor when the ground conditions are favourable but it is a wet woodland. I've been told a stump grinding team could probably work through 20 stumps a day but I came across an amazing bit of kit called a Rotor S (made in Italy by a company called Ferrirotor) that appeared to drill its way through a stump in a matter of minutes and I wondered if this might be a more economical way of processing these stumps. The problem is I can't seem to find anybody in the UK who owns or has used a Rotor S. Has anybody on here got any experience or working knowledge about the Rotor S? I would like to learn more about this piece of kit and it's costs (aside from the company website info) and ideally I'd like to hire one or contract a company that has one to come and do the work if it turns out to be cheaper than traditional stump grinding services. Can anybody offer any advice or opinion? What are your thoughts?
  8. Greetings all, I'm writing as a complete newcomer to Arbtalk; nice place. I'm a woodworker, who has recently benefited from sizeable oaks coming down in London (involuntary, in that case), where I live, and in southern France, where my father-in-law lives. I intend to turn them into 30 - 50mm thick boards, plus a few a bit thicker, and when seasoned I'll certainly have enough wood to see me out, with plenty left over to mend the barn of the farmhouse in France. I've spent a long time thinking about what sort of mill to use, and come to the conclusion that a swing mill is the answer; because (1) one never really uses wide boards in my sort of work (can't be doing with that rustic look), (2) chainsaw mills look like hard work to me, and (3) the French log (should I be calling it a stick?) in particular weighs about 3 tonnes, is in a thoroughly inconvenient place, and the chap who runs the local sawmill seems to be better at Gallic shrugs than what we might call can-do. What I'd really love to do is hire a Lucas or Peterson mill for a week or so and do my own thing - first in London (Greenwich), then take it to France in a van and bring it back. Would anyone be up for that? Second best would I suppose be to spend a day here with its owner making sure I wasn't likely to do anything daft with it. I've seen the thread somewhere on Arbtalk where the merits of hiring mills on a 'machine only' basis were discussed, and for the life of me I can't see that they are more damageable or dangerous than plenty of other bits of kit regularly for hire.
  9. Hi. I am a local authority ranger and we are looking to hire a firewood processor to run off the pto on our Massey 410 (55 horse) tractor. We want it delivered to us and collected afterwards and would probably need it for a working week. I am posting this to get some prices from anyone local who would be able to offer us a suitable machine for hire. As we are local authority we would have to set you up on our purchase order system (not cash!). Please give me a shout if this sounds like something you can help with. Matt
  10. jody_h

    Crane?

    Can anybody recommend a truck mounted crane with driver to remove a large Lombardy poplar that has fallen in a moat? Essex/Herts borders.
  11. Akro multihire in Livingston now have the new forst tr6 chipper added to it's fleet of 22 timberwolf's. Well worth having a look !!! There phone number is 01506 441991 also there is a web site as well akromultihire.co.uk
  12. Hi looking for a price for a tracked chipper for the day. it will be in Hanwell W7 London. Need price pronto and if accepted then needs to been done by the end of this month. Probably better with an operator so I don't have to store it. PM me please.
  13. Kindlet 200 for short term Hire. Do you want to try one out or maybe get the best value out of this weather? Available now. Price negotiable. Collect Give me a call 07720898281
  14. Looking for stump grinder hire in the area, got a job coming up with some stumps that need removing, 10 in total all but 3 are between 1-2 foot and the rest are approx 3-4 foot. Had bad experience with stump busters before so this time thinking to rent as seen a few for a lot less than I can get stump busters in for, never know i may actually make a few pennies from it instead of handing work away. Saw a post about the predator p26 from beaver but as its in York wondering if anyone knows of anywhere I could hire one a bit closer? Seen the Camon C500 grinders that I can hire in Barnsley but just cant help think it would take an age to get through them all with such a small machine. Any input is much appreciated.
  15. Hi all, Has anyone in the West Wilts area have a tracked chipper for hire for two days April 26 & 27? info@downlandstreesurgery.co.uk
  16. Hi all, Does anyone have a tracked chipper for hire for 2 days, April 26 and 27, for a job I have on in West Wiltshire. If so what are your rates. Cheers. info@downlandstreesurgery.co.uk

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