grader training in pretoria
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Grader Training modules
Unit Standard No: 262735
Unit Standard Credits: 15
NQF Level: 2
Modules for grader operator course include
• Demonstrating knowledge of the functions of a grader.
• Planning for work activities and preparing work area.
• Starting and shutting down grader.
• Operating grader.
• Transporting grader to and from site.
A grader, also commonly referred to as a road grader, motor grader, or simply a blade, is a form of heavy equipment with a long blade used to create a flat surface during grading. Although the earliest models were towed behind horses, and later tractors, most modern graders are self-propelled and thus technically “motor graders”.
Typical graders have three axles, with the steering wheels in front, followed by the grading blade, then a cab and engine atop tandem rear axles. Some graders also have front wheel drive for improved performance. Some graders have optional rear attachments, such as a ripper, scarifier, or compactor. A blade forward of the front axle may also be added. For snowplowing and some dirt grading operations, a main blade extension can also be mounted.