Learn To Work A Loader

One of the things you'll learn in a good heavy equipment school are the different types of loaders you'll find on the job. And you'll learn how to operate them too. You'll learn the difference between a bucket loader and a payloader, for instance. Important questions like "Why do some loaders have wheels and others have tracks" will be answered.…

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What Is An Articulated Wheel Loader?

Wheel loaders are common on construction sites but they can suffer from one problem, the larger vehicles can be cumbersome and difficult to maneuver in tight situations. This led to the introduction of what we call an articulated wheel loader. An articulated vehicle is simply a vehicle that has been 'broken' into two separate pieces. The vehicle is then rejoined…

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Wheel Loaders Are Real Loaders

A wheel loader is nothing more than a front end loader with wheels rather than tracks. As with all front end loaders, wheel loader can dig and as well load material. Wheel loaders are classified according to their bucket sizes and operational weights. Don't be fooled into thinking they are all small. Many are quite large and very powerful. The…

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