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Excavator

Versatility of an Excavator

Take a look at any construction site in the country and chances are that you will see at least one excavator. Easily recognizable, the excavator is identified by its tracked body and long, jointed boom and large bucket at the…

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Excavators Do A Dangerous Job

According to OSHA, "Excavating is recognized as one of the most hazardous construction operations." This is because excavators dig holes and trenches that can easily collapse if proper safety procedures are ignored or the soil is not analyzed correctly. An excavator…

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Excavators Taking To The Roads

Excavators have always been tracked vehicles. This made them slow and cumbersome, but very stable. The latest excavators have replaced tracks with wheels, and can be driven on open roads. These wheeled models can reach speeds of 60 miles per…

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