An excavator is defined as a machine, which is used to make an excavation. It is also known as a backhoe. Now you can get these amazing vehicles in the following coloring pictures below.
The excavator is usually used to open furrows, intended for the passage of a variety of elements, such as Pipes, Cables, and Drains.
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In the same way, they excavate foundations, or also of ramps in plots of land. This machine has an incidence on the ground, using a bucket, then with the same one, it proceeds to pull up those materials that are going to drag and later to deposit in its internal part.
This is achieved through a movement from bottom to top and generally does not have a slope higher than 30% of the slippery terrain.
As for the chassis, it can be mounted on chains or tires. In the latter case, they are provided with hydraulic jacks to fix them to the ground.
These machines are self-propelled and can do it on tires or tracks, showing their versatility to work in any terrain.
Its structure can rotate 360 degrees in one direction and the other and work uninterruptedly to excavate land, load, lift, turn and unload materials by the action of its bucket.
The bucket is fixed to an assembly that consists of the boom and the arm, without the supporting structure or chassis being able to move.
This allows you to work with maximum safety while the rest of the machine is secured.
The slewing ring serves as a support for the structure on the chassis, allowing it to turn while the chassis remains stationary.
The bucket can be fixed or mobile and is placed at the end of a mobile arm supported by a boom that is also mobile for maximum operability.
It can also be changed to accommodate another attachment, which can be a jackhammer or a giant bucket. The machine can be moved thanks to the motor power provided by a diesel, diesel-electric, or electric motor directly.
Also, it has drive systems using hydraulic cylinders, although there can also be by cables and winches, mechanical transmissions, pneumatic cylinders.