Back hoe loader is widely used equipment and is superior at digging, trenching, back-filling, and material handling.
Motor graders scrape and shift flat or angled material to create clean, level surfaces. They are sometimes used to shift soil and earth into exact mounds.
Dozers may push rocks, garbage, building materials, sand, snow, or mud with the help of blades that are attached to a powerful track.
A compactor-style engineering vehicle called a drum roller is used to flatten earth, gravel, concrete, or asphalt when building roads and foundations.
An equipment which can rotate 360 degree is attached to a long arm and bucket that can be used for forestry applications, excavation, demolition, hauling, and even clearing bush.
This hauling equipment comes with two sections "cabin and trailer" attached with pivot joint which makes maneuvering easy at sharp turns.
Forklift equipment can be used to transport materials over short distances. The lift has the ability to move materials both vertically and horizontally.
Asphalt pavers are the vehicles used to lay asphalt. A dump truck loads asphalt into the paver, which then spreads it out across the specified area.
It removes asphalt from its original location by grinding it. This machine drives down a space, picks up laid asphalt, mills it, and then shoots it into a dump truck via a belt system.
Also known as "Cherry Picker. A boom lift is a sort of aerial platform used to lift personnel off the ground so they may operate on an elevated project.
For digging ditches, channels, or other lengthy, narrow holes for things like subterranean piping and wires, trenchers are the ideal instrument.
Telehandlers are better suited for outdoor use. Different boom attachments, such as buckets or lift platforms, can be connected, making them a versatile piece of machinery.