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Excavators are heavy-duty construction machines that are mostly used for digging holes, trenches, and structural foundations. They’re also used for forestry projects, handling materials, demolition projects, mining, driving piles, drilling shafts, landscaping projects, and much more.
The operator sits inside of a rotating platform called “the house.” It is the base of the unit where the controls and switches are located. Attached to the house are the bucket, arm, and boom. The bucket is at the end of the arm, and it’s the part that actually scoops up materials from the ground.
Underneath the house is a continuous band of track plates, with 2 to 3 wheels driving the tracks on the ground. The tracks allow the excavator to move over uneven terrain surfaces, especially rocky terrain, without any hassle. Since excavators are often used on construction sites, they need tracks to navigate their way throughout the rocky sites easily.
Tracked excavators are not machines you’ll typically use every day, especially if you just need them for a one-time project. That is why it would be a better investment for you to hire a tracked excavator during the times when you need one only. You can save a lot more money while getting the results that you want.
Bison Plant Hire offers tracked excavators for hire in the town of Swindon, Wiltshire. You can choose between the JCB JS130 Plus, JCB JZ140LC, Case CX130C, and the Case CX130D. Each tracked excavator can do a thorough job of digging and moving materials on any rough terrain.
The hire rate is based on a daily fixed price. You may receive a discount if you want to hire a tracked excavator for more than five days. The customer service team of Bison Plant Hire will let you know more about those details during your free consultation with them.