Industrial Excavators

Get a Digger Excavator for Your Earth Moving Projects

Digger excavators handle earth moving activities fast and easily. They offer the required power to excavate large volumes and scoop away the earth to make room for your project. eBay stocks several excavator brands with broad capabilities and applications.

Can you change the bucket if you need to use an excavator for different projects?

Yes. You can change a bucket to fit the needs of the project you are undertaking. It is cheaper than getting another specialised digger for scooping or lifting. Check the user’s manual on the procedure to remove and fit a bucket onto the arm of your excavator.

What are some safety tips to keep in mind?

It is important to take precautions when working to prevent damage or injury to others. Here are a few equipment-related precautions:

  • Always know the controls before you start working with the excavator, so that you are able to use them when the need arises.
  • Know the limits of the excavator and work within them.
  • Always wear your seatbelt when working in an excavator.
  • Take a walk-around inspection of your machine, checking oil levels, hydraulic hoses, and stress points, to be sure the equipment is working correctly.

Visit the manufacturer’s website for more information on safety precautions and operation instructions.

Are hydraulic digger excavators good for trenching projects?

Yes. Hydraulic bulldozers can excavate trenches efficiently. However, you need to be alert and take precautions to prevent the excavator from falling into the trench if soil caves in. It is also good to start with the top layer and gradually work down rather than try create a deep hole at once.

How far does the upper house rotate?

The upper housing can be rotated 360 degrees. When turning, be aware that the undercarriage tracks in the same direction whether you are facing the front or back of the excavator. Keep this in mind when rotating and using forward controls at the same time.

Is a wheeled excavator better than a tracked one?

It all depends on the area and the project for which you are using the excavator. A tracked excavator does a better job at clearing raw ground and working in steeper areas than a wheeled excavator. However, wheeled excavators are better in small spaces, such as urban areas, as they can turn faster.