Backhoe loaders are popular on construction sites because of their versatility but are also commonly used in the agriculture industry...Show More
Backhoe loaders are popular on construction sites because of their versatility but are also commonly used in the agriculture industry. Equipped with a bulldozer bucket in the front of the vehicle and an excavator bucket in the back, backhoe loaders can execute a variety of earthmoving tasks, such as digging, trenching, loading, or backfilling. The size and scale of the project dictate what type of backhoe is necessary.
For instance, a mini backhoe is cut out for jobs that require earthmoving work in confined spaces, such as residential tasks in smaller yards or fields. Digging depth is also something to consider. Mini backhoes can reach a depth of 6 to 8 feet, while a standard 60 to 90 horsepower (hp) backhoe can reach depths between 12 and 14 feet.
Backhoes are also used to transport and move heavy materials, such as concrete objects, bulky equipment, or debris and rubble on job sites.
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