Compact excavators are ideally suited for demolition work and can often complete small-scale demolition jobs in a day. The combination of an excavator and breaker can be used to bust up concrete and asphalt driveways, sidewalks, trails, and swimming pools.
This powerful pairing can also reduce smaller structures, such as garages, sheds and retaining walls, into manageable piles. When an operator is done breaking the material, a quick switch to a bucket and clamp makes it easy to load debris into a truck or roll-off container for processing.
Uses of an excavator include: Digging of trenches, holes, foundations Demolition Material handling General grading/landscaping Lifting and placing of pipes
A mini loader is excellent for any projects that involve earth moving or levelling soil, and when there’s narrow access that an excavator or skid steer cannot get through, Perfect for all terrains.
The mini loader is a bit different to a skid steer or excavator as you stand on the back of the machine instead of sit. This gives you great visibility in front of the machine. The mini loader will make your next job a lot easier.
Mini loaders have a plethora of attachments, so they do not necessarily need to be used for only one specific task on site. The 4-in-1 bucket that is usually used on the machine is versatile.