Back hoe loader is an assembly of; 1. Tractor 2. Loader 3. Backhoe
It facilitates a strong turbocharged diesel engine, huge, tough tires, hydraulic stabilizers, and a cab with simple steering controls.
The loader is attached in the front. it’s used to pick up and transport large volumes of loose material. It may also be used to smooth things over to push soil like a plow.
It is used to excavate hard, compact material, often earth, or to hoist big weights. It is divided into three sections: 1. Boom 2. Dipstick 3. Bucket
The boom is the lengthy section of the backhoe arm closest to the operator’s cab. The boom may be lifted and lowered, and it can be moved from left to right.
The dipstick connects the pivot to the bucket that scoops the soil. It is the backhoe’s forearm.
The bucket is the backhoe’s last component, scooping the dirt or debris that must be transported. The bucket is pulled towards the dipper stick to scoop up the soil.
1. Buckets 2. Augers 3. Hammers 4. Rippers 5. Compactors 6. Snow Handlers 7. Brooms 8. Grapple
1. Cleaning/clearing worksite 2. Construction 3. Excavation/drilling 4. Small scale demotion work 5. Moving heavy materials 6. Asphalt/paving removal 7. Landscaping jobs 8. Trench work