Piling Hammer (EMV)

A piling and extraction attachment for the easy and cost-effective installation of trench sheets and sheet piles. EMVs reduce the cohesion of soils through vibrations which effectively fluidises the soil. It can easily be attached to an excavator, directly to the boom or via a quick hitch adaptor.

  • Extremely low height of the piling hammer allows driving of long piles
  • High push/pull force for increased driving performance
  • Fitted with a safety circuit
  • Clamps can be rotated 90° to allow face working
  • Simple mounting with three hoses
  • User-friendly with one-lever operation

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New Culvert Puller Rated 10/10

“The set up was quick and simple, a team from MGF came out to site to show us how to use it however the operating instructions and system itself were very straight forward.”
Two new versions of Culvert Pullers have been added to the national fleet and are now available for hire. A Safe System of Work animation has been produced to demonstrate the step-by-step method, available to view on the MGF Youtube channel. The new units are quicker and ...

On: 10 Oct, 2018 By: MGF

North West Depot Open Day

An open day hosted at the North West – Astley Depot celebrated the improvements made at MGF’s first operational yard. Customers and colleagues explored the new facilities and enjoyed food, cake and football darts to mark the milestone occasion.
Every week the Astley Depot processes over 100 deliveries and collections and facilitates 600-800 tonnes of kit, making it MGF’s busiest depot in the country.
Brendan O’Hara, Commercial Director said, “I’m delighted to reveal the developments that have been made as ...

On: 28 Sep, 2018 By: MGF

Help from the industry for the industry

Thousands of construction workers are killed, injured or have their health damaged every year in the UK due to unsafe work practices. MGF first joined the Working Well Together (WWT) construction industry health and safety initiative in 2012 and continue to support it today and help stop this suffering.
The Working Well Together (WWT) campaign was set up in 1998 by the Construction Industry Advisory Committee (CONIAC) after recognising the construction industry itself needed to do more to improve its ...

On: 14 Sep, 2018 By: MGF

£50,000 raised for WaterAid

Over the past 15 months, MGF’s Technical Sales Representative Graham Denton has been working alongside 11 other volunteers to raise money and awareness for WaterAid.
Business4Life (B4L) is a scheme hosted by Wessex Water where a team of people who work within the water industry, run various events to raise money for WaterAid. Alongside MGF, this year’s team comprised of employees from Wessex Water, Nomenca and Interserve.
Following in the footsteps of MGF employees of past B4L teams, Graham Denton ...

On: 5 Sep, 2018 By: MGF

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