Consisting of a boom, stick and bucket with the cab positioned on a rotating platform or “house”, excavators are most commonly used for the digging of trenches, holes or foundations.
Equipped with a large blade mounted on an incredibly powerful engine, bulldozers are used to push huge amounts of material for road, building, construction, and mining.
An articulating, wheeled machine equipped with a large front bucket, the front end loader is most commonly used to move material such as asphalt, demolition debris, dirt, snow, gravel, and rock across the work site to be piled or loaded into trucks for transport.
Featuring a dump box connected to the cab with a pivoting joint, the Articulated Rock Trucks are a common piece of equipment on heavy construction and mining projects and are used to transport heavy loads over varied and uneven terrain.
A Grader consists of a wide, controllable blade which is actually called a Moldboard, which is mounted in the center of a long wheel based rubber tired prime mover and is often used for finishing and shaping work in a number of industries.
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