Dingo for Excavation Works and Soil Moving

29 June 2022

Two of the most important components of any construction project are excavation and soil moving. It is a very tough process especially if you do not have the right machinery to help you get the work done quickly and efficiently. Excavating must be started and completed within the project timeline so as not to affect the entire process. And without the proper machinery to use for the excavation, chances are, it can cause a delay in the whole construction work. Hence, we recommend using a Dingo to help you with the excavation work and soil moving. When using a Dingo, it is likewise essential that you know its purpose. Hence, here is a handy guide for you to have a full grasp of its practical uses in excavation and soil moving.

Removing and Transferring Dirt and Soil

If you need a piece of machinery that can perform not just excavation work, but also soil moving, then Dingo is what you are looking for. One significant quality of a Dingo is its flexibility and easy-to-operate features that do not require mastery. Soil moving, excavation work and narrow space digging, a Dingo can do all that. So, if you are looking for a piece of excavation machinery that can remove and place soil from one place to another, then a Dingo is exactly what you need.

For Leveling Soil and Gravel

If you need something capable of levelling the soil and gravel after performing the excavation work, then a Dingo is the most ideal equipment for the task. A Dingo is very versatile, a quality that you should look for when you are searching for a piece of digging equipment.

To Work in Spaces with Limited Access

A mini digger is like a compact track loader which makes them very ideal for worksites with limited access and tight spaces. If you are dealing with this issue in your current excavation project, using a Dingo is the best choice for the job. Dingoes are created to be compact-sized to be able to maneuver in tight spaces, making them ideal equipment for squeezing into small alleyways and places with reduced access. 

To Move Soil and Gravel

A Dingo can also be used for moving the soil after the excavation work. It is a great help to move the soil to clear the worksite area from obstruction. Moving the soil using a Dingo is the easiest and quickest way to do the work otherwise, it can consume so much of your time which can instead be utilised for other important work.A Dingo is also very easy and safe to operate compared to larger excavation machinery.

Can be Utilised in Tandem with Other Excavation Equipment

Dingo is very popular because of their usefulness for small worksites. With its other benefits, Dingo can also be used in tandem with other smaller or larger excavation equipment. Even with their compact size, a Dingo can relatively handle muddy terrain in combination with other excavation machinery to complete the excavation work quickly and effectively. Together with the other excavation equipment, they can be used for digging, drilling, and trenching. And soil moving that requires power. With its versatility, a Dingo is a perfect solution for excavation and soil moving projects.

Get in touch with our team at Melbourne Mini Diggers if you need a Dingo. We proudly offer excavation, post holes, trenching, soil moving, and small access services. For basement digging, our Dingo is a fantastic option for you. The physical size and design of our Dingo allow access to restricted confined spaces where the larger machine cannot get to. Call us now and we will be happy to hear from you and we will assist you with any enquiries you may have.