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Mini Excavator

$11,500

Quantity Available: 1

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Closed: 04/04/2012 4.00 PM AEST

  • Deliver to: Pickup Only QLD
  • Location: 14 Catalyst Court, Bohle, QLD
  • Support: QLD Industrial Assistance or (p) 07 3274 1277

Description

Mini Excavator, Komatsu, model PC30MR-1, serial number 14387, indicating 4472 hours, with sun canopy, push blade, UHF radio, quick stop, isolator switches, quickhitch attachment, 1200mm mud bucket, Oz 800mm GP bucket, Oz 575mm GP bucket, 400mm bucket Oz 275mm bucket, recently had new steel tracks fitted, scratches and dents to panels, plastics are sun faded and some cracks (located at 14 Catalyst Court, Bohle Townsville) (44455-1)

GST Note: GST will be added to the final bid price of this item. GST will be added to the buyers premium.

Plant Hazard Report

Electrical Instructional Information

Electrical Power Tools and Equipment

If you have not purchased electrical tools and equipment in this auction disregard this notice.

Electrical Power Tools and Equipment (Inc. electrical leads)

The electrical articles in this auction have not been proved to be electrically safe. The electrical articles have not been tested by a qualified electrical worker and have not been proved to be

electrically safe. General advice on how to use second-hand electrical power tools and equipment (including electrical leads) safely. General safe use advice for electrical power tools and equipment etc. intended for use with rated voltage of not more than 250V for single phase appliances and 480V for other appliances. This advice is not intended to replace specific manufacturer's information but can be used as a general guide. This advice does not cater for young children or people who are physically weak.

You are urged to: 

  • Use the power tool only for its intended purpose.
  • If the power tool is for indoor use only, do not use outdoors.
  • Do not immerse the power tool in water unless it is designed for this purpose.
  • Keep hands, fingers, feet, toes and hair away from dangerous moving parts, cutting blades and the like.
  • Do not use electrical power tools in the rain.
  • Make sure you have dry hands when operating an electrical power tool.
  • Do not use a damaged power tool.
  • A power tool may not be intended for use by children or people with an illness or disability without supervision.
  • Young children should not be allowed to play with the power tool.
  • Some power tools require special precautions for installation or user maintenance or both.
  • The plug must be removed from the socket-outlet before any cleaning or maintenance is done.
  • Do not place cord extension sockets or portable power outlet boards where they may be splashed or where moisture may get in.
  • Ensure ventilation holes or outlets are not blocked or partially obstructed.
  • If a fixed power tool does not have a supply cord and plug or other means for disconnection from the supply, a means for disconnection must be incorporated into the fixed wiring according to the Wiring Rules.
  • If the supply cord or plug is damaged:
  • The manufacturer or its service agent or a similarly qualified person must replace the cord to prevent an accident.
  • Power tools with specially prepared cords must be replaced by a special cord or assembly available from the manufacturer or its service agent.
  • Other power tools that have a supply cord that cannot be replaced, should be scrapped.
  • The power tool should be maintained in order to ensure a long, useful life and to protect the operator against electric shock or mechanical mishaps.
  • A safety switch can enhance electrical safety when using electrical power tools.

Non-Prescribed Electrical Equipment

Non-Prescribed Electrical Equipment

The DIY signage attached is in relation to non-prescribed electrical equipment purchased, of which electrical work is required under the Qld Electrical Safety Act 2002 to be performed by a licensed electrical contractor or licensed electrical worker.

Examples-

  • fixed-wired electrical equipment, such as air conditioners, stoves, ovens, electric hot water systems, ceiling fans, light fittings
  • electrical accessories, such as socket outlets, light switches, electrical cable, wall switches, plugs and cord extension sockets
  • electrical parts, such as electrical motors, switches, solenoids, elements

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Assets included in this sale may be used, therefore inspection is highly recommended prior to bidding. Photos and descriptions should be used as a guide only.

NOTE: THIS IS AN AUCTION SALE. ALL ASSETS IN THIS SALE ARE SOLD "AS IS"

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Plant Hazard Reports

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  • Safety information relating to the condition of the item of plant for sale (Plant Hazard Reports)
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(a) Removal Process

All work carried out by the buyer or his representative in this removal process is to be undertaken by adequately qualified and insured persons. Insurance and trade certificates may be required to be provide. All work practices employed by the buyer or his representative during removals must comply to all regulatory requirements and/or those as required by the vendor.

(b) General Site Access Requirements

Tradespeople eg electricians, plumbers etc will be required to produce relevant licence before commencing work on site

Forklift, crane drivers, riggers etc will be required to produce licence before commencing work on site It is a condition of entry to site that all visitors comply with any directions given by GraysOnline staff or representatives. Work carried out on this site must be done in a manner complaint with all Occupational Health & Safety Legislation All power tools and equipment used on this site must be tested (tagged) safe for use in accordance with S3760 service testing and inspection of electrical equipment GraysOnline will specify, based on the hazards present on the site, the mandatory personal protective equipment required to be worn prior to approval being given for entry to the site. (eg safety footwear, safety eyewear, hard hats etc) The use of certified equipment, harnesses, work platforms etc will be required for any work carried out above 1.8 metres.

(c) Plant Hazard Identification Reports

In accordance with current Occupational Health & Safety regulations, Hazard Identification Reports will be provided for all items meeting the definition of plant. These reports are available for inspection prior to commencement of the Auction. Reports for "high risk profile" items will be available from the Auction premises during the inspection period. Reports for "low risk profile" items (ie household appliances) are viewable at any time upon request.

GST

This sale is GST exclusive. (GST is added to the bid price of each item)

Buyers Premium

A buyers premium of 6.5% applies to all lots purchased in this auction.

For example: Successful Bid Price is $100.00 + 6.5% Buyers Premium = $106.50 + GST = $117.15 Invoice Total

Asset Condition

  • This is an auction sale. All assets in this sale are sold "As Is".
  • Assets included in this sale may be used, therefore inspection is highly recommended prior to bidding. Some individual items may show signs of excessive wear and in some instances accessories or inclusions may vary from the standard.
  • Photos, descriptions and conditions reports (if any) should be used as a guide only. Bids on assets in this sale should be made based on your own inspection and assessment of the goods.
  • Graysonline do not test auction items. We provide no warranty as to the items working condition or suitability for its intended purpose.
  • No refunds will be given. If you are unsure, do not bid.

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Online Auction Closing

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There is no limit to the number of times an online auction can be extended. This makes graysonline work more like a live auction where the bidding doesn't stop as long as there is still interest in the product, rather than assigning an arbitrary cut-off time. This means it is a good idea to watch the action as the auction nears closing time and to check back often

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Date and Time

Monady 2nd & Tuesday 3rd April 2012, 9am - 3pm

Location

14 Catalyst Court, Bohle, QLD

Site Access & PPE Information

Site Access

  • Persons under the age of 15 years will not be permitted on site unless accompanied and supervised on site.
  • It is a condition of entry that all persons entering the site comply with any directions given by GraysOnline staff, their representatives or the site controller.
  • It is a condition of entry that all persons conduct themselves in a manner which does not endanger the health and safety of other persons on site, and which does not create a risk to health and safety.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  • GraysOnline will specify, according to the hazards and risks assessed as present on the site, any mandatory PPE required to be worn prior gaining approval to entry to the site. This equipment may include Safety Footwear, Safety Eyewear, Hearing Protection, and Head Protection, or any other item of PPE deemed necessary.

Date and Time

Monday 16th April 2012, 9.00AM to 3.00PM

Location

14 Catalyst Court, Bohle, QLD

Site Access & PPE Information

Site Access

  • Persons under the age of 15 years will not be permitted on site unless accompanied and supervised on site.
  • It is a condition of entry that all persons entering the site comply with any directions given by GraysOnline staff, their representatives or the site controller.
  • It is a condition of entry that all persons conduct themselves in a manner which does not endanger the health and safety of other persons on site, and which does not create a risk to health and safety.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  • GraysOnline will specify, according to the hazards and risks assessed as present on the site, any mandatory PPE required to be worn prior gaining approval to entry to the site. This equipment may include Safety Footwear, Safety Eyewear, Hearing Protection, and Head Protection, or any other item of PPE deemed necessary.

Removal Of Plant Information

  • GraysOnline will specify the site requirements for the safe removal of plant from the site. All work carried out on site will be performed in a manner compliant with the relevant State Occupational Health and Safety Legislation. All work undertaken on the site must be performed by suitably qualified and insured persons.
  • Licensing of Tradespersons - All tradespersons must possess the relevant licences to undertake plant disconnection and removal of plant activities. Copies of these licenses will be requested prior to the commencement of work and copies/license details will be retained by GraysOnline
  • Insurances - Copies of Insurances - PI/PL and Workers Compensation will be required to perform work on the site and copies will be retained by GraysOnline.
  • Agreement - before any wok commences the contractor/tradesperson must sign and agree to adhere to GraysOnlines OHS work practices.
  • Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) - the contractor/tradesperson will be required to submit a completed SWMS
  • Work at Heights - All work above 2.0 metres will require the use of certified equipment. This equipment may include safety harnesses and work platforms. All equipment used will be in within the safe test date requirement for such equipment. All work at heights risks will controlled
  • Electrical Equipment- All equipment brought onto site must be considered safe and fit for use and be tested and tagged as required by AS/NZS 3760:2003: In-service safety inspection and testing of electrical equipment.
  • Electrical Disconnection of Plant - All disconnection of hard wired plant must be performed by a licensed tradesperson
  • Disconnection of Water - All disconnection of water services must be performed by a licensed tradesperson
  • Disconnection of Gas - All disconnection of gas services must be performed by a licensed tradesperson
  • Disconnection of Refrigerant Lines and Removal of Refrigerant Gases - All disconnection of refrigerant lines and removal of gases must be performed by persons possessing a current Refrigerant Handling Licence and have the required authorisations to store/sell refrigerant gases
  • Compressed Air - Compressed air must only be used for the purpose for which it is installed. Under no circumstances should compressed air be used for cleaning yourself down or other people; and never direct high pressure compressed air at other people. In addition to the risk of disturbed material getting into the eyes there is the possibility that air may be injected into the blood stream which can ultimately lead to death. The appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) must be worn when working with compressed air.

Bidding History

Bid History
Bidding Details Bid Time Bid Price Bid Qty Win Qty Original Bid Time
A.B - Paget QLD30/03/2012 11.07.47 PM AEDTAU$11,5001130/03/2012 11.07.47 PM AEDT
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