Excavators

An excavator is primarily used in the excavation and loading of material, either in detailed applications (such as trenching, footings and site stripping) or in larger bulk earthworks (such as material loading, rock breaking and site cuts).

The size and configuration of the excavator will vary for each job, with consideration being given to job application, site access and manoeuvrability on site. We offer a range of excavators for hire to meet all applications.

While excavators are tracked machines, they are designed for digging and loading material from a single pivot point rather than transporting it around site.

Depending on their size, excavators for hire will be delivered to site by either a low-loader float, tilt truck or even a tag-along trailer.

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Rubber tracks certain machines are available with rubber tracks, which are designed to minimise surface disruption to developed areas

Bucket type/sizes ranging from 200mm to 2.0m in width, the different configurations available include digging buckets, mud buckets, trenching buckets, sifting bucket and rock buckets

Rippers used for breaking, ripping and picking material

Hydraulic breaker commonly known as a hammer, they are used for breaking hard material such as rock, concrete and asphalt

Hydraulic augers used for drilling applications, diameter widths commonly range from 100mm to 1500mm diameter, and from depths of 1.5m to 6m

Hydraulic compaction plate used in the compaction of trenches where human access is restricted

Grabs acting like a claw, they are used for handling oversized and odd-shaped materials

Tilt hitch allows the attachment to be used on an angle different to that of the excavator

Offset boom ideal for use in confined spaces, it can operate at a parallel angle to the front of the excavator allowing for closer access against structures

Compaction wheel used for surface compaction

Rubber tracks certain machines are available with rubber tracks, which are designed to minimise surface disruption to developed areas

Bucket type/sizes ranging from 200mm to 2.0m in width, the different configurations available include digging buckets, mud buckets, trenching buckets, sifting bucket and rock buckets

Rippers used for breaking, ripping and picking material

Hydraulic breaker commonly known as a hammer, they are used for breaking hard material such as rock, concrete and asphalt

Hydraulic augers used for drilling applications, diameter widths commonly range from 100mm to 1500mm diameter, and from depths of 1.5m to 6m

Hydraulic compaction plate used in the compaction of trenches where human access is restricted

Grabs acting like a claw, they are used for handling oversized and odd-shaped materials

Tilt hitch allows the attachment to be used on an angle different to that of the excavator

Offset boom ideal for use in confined spaces, it can operate at a parallel angle to the front of the excavator allowing for closer access against structures

Compaction wheel used for surface compaction

Height
(mm)
Transport Length
(mm)
Width
(mm)
Dig Depth
(mm)
Reach
(mm)
1 > 3.5 tonne Min 2190 2600 750 1550 2730
Max 2550 4700 1740 3000 5180
4 > 6 tonne Min 2400 5000 1520 2640 4500
Max 2700 6000 2290 4000 6500
7 to 10
tonne
Min 2500 6000 2150 4110 6260
Max 2973 6740 2350 4650 7200
12 to 14
tonne
Min 2710 6825 2490 4670 7610
Max 3160 7820 2690 6060 8805
15 to 17
tonne
Min 2800 6950 2490 4990 7410
Max 3270 8700 2800 6570 8870
18 to 22
tonne
Min 2900 8650 2800 6010 8800
Max 3440 9550 2800 6850 10050
25 to 28
tonne
Min 2930 8900 3180 6450 9680
Max 3345 10620 3390 7590 11000
30
tonne +
Min 3010 9820 2990 7020 10390
Max By request By request By request By request By request

Skid Steers

Skid-steers For Hire

The skid-steer loader (commonly known as a ‘Bobcat’) is primary used for the loading, shifting and placing of light material onsite.

It is an extremely versatile piece of earthmoving equipment for hire, due to its ability to be fitted with various attachments to cover a wide range of jobs onsite.

Typical applications include the levelling and spreading of materials such as sand, crushed rock, topsoil and mulch onsite, the loading of material into tip trucks or waste bins or general site cleanup.

4-in-1 bucket the general bucket attachment with the ability to scrape and grab

Spreader bar used for spreading and levelling material

Hydraulic augers used for drilling applications, Diameter widths commonly range from 100mm to 900mm, with varying depths

Broom attachment used for general debris clean up around site on sealed surfaces such as concrete or asphalt

Hydraulic breaker commonly known as a hammer, they are used for breaking hard material such as rock, concrete and asphalt

Profiler used to strip hardened surfaces (such as asphalt) to a preset level

Trencher used for digging straight trenches for pipes and cables

Fork tynes used for loading applications

Road registration to enable the machine to operate across public roads

Height
(mm)
Transport Length
(mm)
Width
(mm)
Bucket Volume
(m3)
Loading Height
(mm)
Small 1860 2800 1150 0.2 2000
Medium 2000 3500 1550 0.4 2400
Large 2400 3700 1900 0.6 2600