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WHICH TYPE OF EARTHMOVING EQUIPMENT IS RIGHT FOR YOUR JOB?

Started by bestloaders, July 01, 2019, 06:19:35 pm

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For earth working projects, you need tools that are suitable for your work. There is no need to hire a small loader to dig a pool or use an 8-ton excavator to dig some pits.

However, the range of earth working equipment is so broad, let's look at the products offered by Amachiner and see which machines are suitable for which applications. Learn about the equipment that is ideal for small and large earthmoving tasks, moving in and out of handheld and mounted boring machines, and the benefits of slip steering in tight workspaces.

See some differences of our earth working equipment in this infographic

Mini loader
The first is a powerful mini loader, also known as a wild dog. It is useful for places with narrow walkways, such as the side of a house that works in the backyard.

With the mini loader, you can stand at the back of the machine instead of in the cabin and operate with levers. You can add accessories such as buckets, drills, trenchers and soil levelers. Small loaders are ideal for bringing soil to the yard, building a bed or terrace, building a stone wall or changing the lawn, but it does not power more substantial work.

Skid steering loader
Skid steel loaders are more powerful than small loaders, they can be lifted more and can be lifted higher. By sliding the tire and rotating it in the field, each side becomes independent. Therefore, it is a so-called "slide" operation.

This type of steering means that the slip steering device has a very compact steering ring, which is convenient in small spaces such as a small garden limited by the side of a house or by a fence.

Depending on the amount of earth you need to move and the speed of movement, there are large and small skid steers.

One of the problems with slip steering is that it can cause confusion when cornering. Therefore, do not use it on a well-maintained croquet lawn.

The slip gear is equipped with tracks or wheels depending on the terrain. The ground is needed for sand and mud as the truck places more surface area between the ground and the machine, and it is difficult to get traction.

Dump truck
Dump trucks are often used in conjunction with excavators. They are like jumping on wheels, removing lots of land from the excavation site, and talking about static jumping at the side of the road. They do not pick up their dirt and need to install it.

If there is a lot of mud that needs to be moved to the drilling site, use a dump truck. So if you are digging a backyard pool with an excavator, you put the soil in a dump truck, and the dump truck takes it to the truck or skips it in front.
EXCAVATORS
If you're digging footings for house extension, drains, excavating pools, ponds or dams, you need an excavator.
For small to medium projects such as drains, trenches and pools, the 1-tonne mini excavator will do the job. However, for medium to large projects there are machines up to 8 tonnes with a digging depth of 4.6m.
Bookended by these two models is a range of sizes. Keep in mind that you have to be able to get the excavator to the dig location, which could be a problem for the larger machines.
Also remember that you need a way of removing the soil once it's excavated, for which you could use a dumper and a skid steer or mini-loader. It all depends on the amount of earth involved.
POST HOLE DIGGERS
With post hole diggers, it's all about the size of the hole you want. If you were digging holes for a fence around the house, you would use a one-person hole digger. This is hand-held and runs on a two-stroke engine. These small machines (about 10kg) are ideal for fence post holes, planting shrubs or soil testing. They can bore holes of up to 150mm in diameter, to a depth of 600mm.
Next in terms of size is the heavier, two-person digger with auger options of 150mm, 200mm, 250mm and 300mm. It can dig down to 600mm, but an extension bar will give you an additional metre.
Then there's the cantilever digger with augers up to 350mm diameter holes for piers, fence and retaining wall posts. Because the machine is mounted on a frame with wheels, it's easy to use and manoeuvre. Despite its 80kg weight, one person can operate it easily thanks to the mobile frame. With a cantilever post hole digger, you'll need a trailer to transport it from the branch to your site.
The ultimate post hole digger is a mini loader with a digger attachment. It can dig a hole up to 600mm in diameter to a depth of two metres with an extension.

Amachiner Group Co., Ltd was found in 2005. It is a large enterprise which focused on R&D, manufacturing and sales of wheel loaders and backhoe loaders. Wheel loaders mainly include 650K, 670K, 690K and 700K Series, more than 12 different front end loaders. And backhoe loaders cover 320G and 327G Series, more than 5 different models.

As a high-quality supplier from China, Amachiner still follows the philosophy of "Better Durability & Better Price". We really hope to supply durable and practical construction machinery products at a reasonable price. At the same time, solving more project construction problems through one-stop technical support is Amachiner's job.


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