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Hydraulic Excavator

No matter what type of work you do - excavation, trenching, or truck loading - Cat Excavators deliver top performance, unmatched versatility, and excellent fuel efficiency. Simple operation, outstanding durability and the latest safety and technology features will help you take your business to the next level.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Excavator is a construction equipment fitted on traused for earth digging, pipe laying, handling materials, braking quarry stones, etc. Excavators are heavy construction equipment consisting of a boom, arm, bucket and cab on a 360 deg rotating platform. This platform sits atop an undercarriage with tracks or wheels.

Though excavator & dozer are fitted with tracks, Excavator is also has Boom, arm and a bucket which works in a circular motion to dig earth. Dozer is just fitted with a wider blade in front and it will just push the earth and it cannot dig.

Excavator is a widely used construction equipment. It is being used for construction, mining, demolition, irrigation, etc. The demand for excavator is there for all the time. Normally the excavator life is for 7 to 10 years. Users will get the brake even in 30 to 40 months. The remaining years is very profitable and that’s the reason excavator is most preferred equipment in construction industry.

Excavator is a multipurpose machine. By fitting different attachment, it can be used for different applications. Bucket attachment used for digging the earth. Breaker arrangement is used in stone quarry for breaking bigger size stone in to smaller size. Grappler arrangement is used for handling the waste materials, clam shell arrangement is used in ports for moving material from the ship, Jaw crusher arrangement is used to demolish the constructions.

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