How to Choose the Right Mini Digger Attachment for Your Project27 May 2020
Mini diggers are essentially one of the most recommended equipment in the construction and excavation industry today. Their features are almost similar to their heavy-duty counterparts with the addition of being compact and more usable in small access areas. These mini diggers can also be coupled with a wide variety of attachments that make them more versatile and flexible.
While the attachments for mini diggers are always available, knowing the right type of attachment for your project is still crucial to make your work easy and cost-effective. Attaching the right attachment also helps you obtain the best results that you can have in a short time and a small budget. Alternatively, a wrong attachment for your mini digger will not only impact your project quality but it can also affect the overall service life of the mini digger.
In choosing the right mini digger attachment for your project, you must consider the following factors.
Since mini diggers are intended for excavation works, then expect to have a lot of options and choices for digging attachments. Some notable differences among these attachments are their digging depth and the materials they can excavate. Augers, for example, can drill various shapes and sizes of holes for the installation of fence posts, poles, and others. This specific attachment comes in different speeds and torque options, which allow them to work with different types of soil.
Hammers, on the other hand, are intended to be used against the toughest surfaces on a specific site. This attachment can penetrate through them easily because of its overall material composition. Hammers are made to excavate hard materials like rocks and concrete that help boost the efficiency of excavation and demolition works. Another attachment for digging is rippers, which are designed to cut through dense dirt, loosen rocky soil, and any rocky patches. Frozen dirt and other challenging ground conditions are no match with this type of attachment.
Another set of attachments that are available for mini diggers revolves around their capabilities to handle and transfer materials from one place to another. The transfer of debris, rock, and soil to another place is vital in excavation projects to clear up space. The differences that are present in these attachments are the total bucket capacity, lift capacity, and overall dimensions.
One great example of material handling attachment is bucket as it can be used for digging, ditch cleaning, and loading of materials. Buckets come in different dimensions and capacities so that they can be used in any type of excavation activity. Thumbs are also utilised in material handling as they can easily grasp and hold debris and excavated materials when moving them to another area. These attachments are used for grabbing, picking, and sorting material on the site.
Lifting operations are also handled by the same attachments mentioned above. Guided by the load chart of your specific mini digger, you can easily attach some items to your bucket just like what cranes or forklifts usually do. However, for specific lifting operations for logs, bales, or lumber, you may want to use some grapple for optimal results.
Knowing these factors and elements can help you choose the best attachment for your mini digger. If you have some questions about mini digger attachments, just ask us at Melbourne Mini Diggers.
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