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Loaders might not be the heaviest of heavy equipment, but what they lack in size they make up for in versatility. The smaller size of loaders makes them useful in built up areas where larger heavy equipment won’t easily fit. Loaders are generally wheeled, not tracked, so they can operate on paved or sealed services without creating problems. Loaders bring heavy equipment to places that it might not otherwise fit.
There is a wide variety of attachments for loaders that can see them performing a range of tasks. While their traditional use is moving loads, these days they do quite a bit more. Different attachments really give loaders a full range of operation. They can be used to dig, as light dozers, or for their traditional purposes. Some loaders are tracked, but the majority is wheeled, their size makes them quite easy to maneuver and the learning process for most people is fast.
If you are thinking of learning to operate a loader, we can help. Our training schools throughout the country can train you in loader operation. We have a range of full time and part time programs so that you can earn your certification in a way that suits your schedule. Contact us at Associated Training Services if you believe that we can help you enter into an exciting new career with your loader certification.