Earthmoving equipment consists of a family of tools used for various earthmoving tasks, such as excavating or relocating large compounds of dirt, clay, soil, debris, or rubble...Show More
Earthmoving equipment consists of a family of tools used for various earthmoving tasks, such as excavating or relocating large compounds of dirt, clay, soil, debris, or rubble. Machines like the backhoe, bulldozer, excavator, steer loader, landscaper tractor, trencher, and articulating wheel loader are all examples of earthmoving tools.
Earthmoving tasks that would necessitate such machinery include trenching, backfilling, digging, and dumping. Each phase of the earthmoving task requires specific machinery. Excavators are ideal for backfilling and digging, while bulldozers are better for grading or clearing site debris. Depending on the scope of the project, smaller tools may be better suited to the task as well.
For instance, jobs in areas with limited space or digging depths of less than 15 feet might require a standard or mini backhoe rather than an excavator. Heavy-duty trenching tasks are ideal for a ride-on trencher, but light trenching tasks over small areas require the maneuverability and finesse of a walk-behind trencher.
Earthmoving equipment is mostly used by construction, industrial, and maintenance teams, as well as DIY enthusiasts and agriculturalists.
Equipment ID: 20-230
Equipment ID: 20-247
The makes/models shown are examples only and equipment delivered may differ. Contact customer support to check on the availability of specific makes/models.