Mini Excavator for Hire

An excavator is a useful machine used in the building industry and other useful applications. It is made up of an undercarriage with wheels for mobility supply.

An excavator primarily aims at excavating soils of all kinds. Then, by using the hydraulic system, pull the soil firmly through the bucket and move it primarily to a close-down space on the premises or on a truck to collect.

The common excavators are equipped with hydraulic pressure generating diesel engines for several excavators. Electric engines that obtain power by fuel cells are provided for modern excavators. The fuel cells are powerful and eco-friendly. In addition, the fuel cells are much lighter and smaller than a diesel engine. The cabin of the operators is more comfortable and spacious.

Mini Excavators for hire come in a wide variety of sizes, models, and fixtures representing a wide range of projects and environments.

 Types of Excavator

 Wheel-mounted excavators

As their name suggests, Wheel-mounted excavators use wheels instead of tracks for movement. The digging efficiency of a traditional wheeled excavator is somewhat similar to an excavator installed on the track. Nevertheless, a wheel-mounted excavator’s lifting output exceeds that of tracked models, with the wheeled digger able to raise because of its stabilizers. The flexible and maneuverable wheeled excavator also can do the majority of the work a crawler excavator can do with the additional benefit of driving the vehicle between working areas.


Track-mounted excavator

A track-mounted excavator uses a continuously driven track that is similar to a tank because it can drive on less stable surfaces. Excavators have a conveyor belt-like system instead of wheels, and because the weight of a machine spreads uniformly across the ground, it is not going to fall into wet or muddy terrain. As this machine can only be used on-site, transportation from work to work is necessary.


Long-reach excavators

A long-reach excavator is a demolition excavator that specializes in the retrieval and extraction of scrap metal debris. Long-reach excavators are typically 20 to 150 feet long and have the main characteristic of having the capacity to spread to buildings side-by-side, and scoop waste.


High-reach excavator

A high-reach excavator is a demolition excavator specializing in the demolition of overhead floors of buildings. Its main role is the capacity to stretch from 50 to 160 ft upwards. The high-reach excavator is very large to dismantle the top floors of a building or structures. They are renowned for their accuracy when they demolish in close spaces.


Demolition excavator

The demolition excavator is suitable for demolition jobs like general shutdown, shearing, steel shearing, secondary sorting, crushing, and more. Attachments play a significant role in hiring a demolition excavator and depend on the type of demolition work required. Some fittings are suitable for concrete or steel shredding. However, most systems are versatile and a range of demolition work can be done by modifying small and fast units.

Besides, to keep a tight grip on the machine and grasp its full strength, the clamp arm of the demolition excavator needs to be as strong and flexible as possible.

Our rental offerings for excavators are available in a wide range of sizes. To get competitive quotes for your excavator for hire, contact Asian Star.