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Mini excavators (also called mini diggers) are available in many different sizes depending on the job that is required to be performed. Find the complete list of used mini excavators for sale from the largest selection of excavator auctions and second-hand market from the best manufacturers such as Kubota, CAT, Yanmar and more! Take a look the used mini diggers specs, Avg. price and more information!
Mini Excavators At Construction
Mini excavators are so versatile that any type of construction work can be accomplished with them from using a hammer for breaking up concrete to digging holes for landscape work. These small excavators are also referred to as compact excavators. The smallest compact models can fit through a doorway while the largest excavators can weigh over 180,000 lbs. They are increasingly becoming an important development tool, particularly in urban areas where tighter quarters demand smaller, lighter equipment. Some of the most popular mini excavator manufacturers are Kubota, CAT and Yanmar. All of these available in our second-hand sellers platform.
Mini Diggers and their Built
The three distinct components which make up a mini excavator are: work group, undercarriage and house. The house is used for slewing and the house structure contains the operator compartment, engine compartment, hydraulic pump and related components. The undercarriage acts as a major support to the work-group and the house structure. The work group consists of a boom, arm and the attachments. Many models are designed so that the attachments can be fastened to the machine quickly and with little effort. Some of the most common attachments used are buckets, forks, backhoes and box rakes. A compact digger can be either wheeled or tracked. The movement of compact lifters is enhanced by a hydraulic fluid powered by hydraulic cylinders.
|Takeuchi TB108 Mini Excavator Specifications|
|Operating Weight||2,033 lb (922 kg)|
|Horsepower||9.6 hp (7.1 kW)|
|Max Dig Depth||5 ft 6 in (1,680 mm)|
|Max Reach at Ground Level||9 ft 6 in (2,880 mm)|
|Max Bucket Dig Force||3,157 lb (1,432 kg)|
Types of Mini Excavators
There are basically two types of compact or little excavators found in the market. They are tail swing and zero-tail-swing excavators. Conventional compact excavators were all tail swing units that had a rear counterweight to stabilize the vehicle while digging. The rear counterweight extends beyond the tracks when the cab rotates and sometimes makes manoeuvring difficult for the operator. Zero-tail swing units came into production in the 1990s. As the name suggests, the counterweight does not move outside of the width of the tracks during rotation. Zero-tail swing units are easier for the operator to manoeuvre.
Technical Specs Mini Excavators
Compared with big ones, mini excavators have many advantages and special specifications. As they are very much compact in construction, the operation in tight spaces is a lot easier than with other models. One of the main specs of these machines is that they are easier to be transported from place to place and small enough to fit almost anywhere. When it needs to be moved from work site to work site, it can be placed on a trailer and hauled in a pickup truck. Besides, they feature a quick-coupler attachment for quick exchange of any dipper-mounted attachment and ergonomic controls for easy operation. Also compact diggers have a 360-degree swing arc that allows other units, such as a dump truck, to be placed wherever necessary the excavator can spin around to deposit the load where it needs to be. An important other specification is that the mini excavator can be operated by one person as it is fairly easy to handle, even by a novice operator. The mini excavators can provide an immense level of stability and flexibility in the working place, which is exactly what the bigger excavators are incapable of delivering. We can as well put on different types of attachments to have them adapt to our needs and improve their advantages.
Used Mini Digger For Sale
If you are a business owner and need, for example, a mini excavator. Buying a new VOLVO mini digger would cost you a lot off money that you might don’t have right now, but work still needs to be done. One option is to go to the second-hand market and look for a used VOLVO mini excavators for sale and buy it for half the price. Moreover while there are many ways to find a used little excavator for sale as they are affordable or some may be available at 50% less than the original prices, buying a mini excavator or used mini digger parts online while comparing it with the existing deals, seller conditions, available locations and machine specs would be a good bet. A large number of machinery buyers prefer to have to choose from a good selection of mini excavators for sale for their needs and this requirement can completely fulfil with TradeMachines. It has a big mini digger for sale at the second-hand market on our platform where you can find all little excavators for sale from various auction houses, sellers from different manufacturers at lower prices. It is easy to use and aimed to provide detailed transparency between buyers and sellers. All you need to do is select used mini digger for sale, compare prices and specs with other mini excavator auctions, bid and buy the best mini excavator. It involves a simple 3 step process.
Manufacturers of Mini Excavators
Some of the companies involved in the manufacturing of mini excavators are VOLVO, KOMATSU, HITACHI, MESSERSI, Hyundai, IHI, KUBOTA, CAT, YANMAR, Doosan, XCMG, NEW HOLLAND, BOBCAT, CATERPILLAR, GEHL, MUSTANG and LIU GONG.