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About Mini Excavator

A mini excavator, sometimes called a compact excavator, is growing in popularity because its small size makesĀ it capable of fitting into spaces a full-size excavator can’t handle.

Equipment on a Mini Excavator

Mini excavators come as either a wheel or track excavator. The rubber tracks on a track excavator make it ideal for handling the rough or uneven terrain. Compact excavators also come with a variety of bucket sizes to handle different jobs. Most buckets range in size from 12 to 24 inches. Additionally, you can get attachments for your mini excavator to make it even more versatile. A few attachments available include:

  • Dozer blade
  • Hammer
  • Auger
  • Grapple

Types of Jobs

Although small in size, mini excavators can handle a variety of jobs, including:

  • Digging holes and trenches
  • Light demolition
  • Landscaping
  • Stump removal
  • Plowing snow
  • Transporting and planting trees

Renting a Mini Excavator

If you find yourself in need of excavation at your worksite, you might be wondering if a mini excavator is right for you. The best way to find out is to rent one from BigRentz. When you rent a mini excavator, you can test out the rubber tracks, dozer blade, and different bucket sizes to find one that works best for you. You can also find out if a mini excavator has the power you need or if you might be better off with a full-size excavator.

When you’re looking for a versatile and easy-to-operate piece of machinery to help you dig, push, and carry, turn to the mini excavator and see what it can do for you.


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