Rubber tracks: 1 to 13 tonne excavators are available with rubber tracks, which are designed to minimise surface disruption to developed areas.
Bucket types/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 range from 200mm to 1500mm diameter, and from depths of 1.5m to 6m.
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 perpendicular angle to the front of the excavator allowing for closer access against structures.
Compaction wheel: Used for surface compaction.
Hydraulic compaction Plate: Used in the compaction of trenches where human access is restricted.