Heavy Equipment

Heavy equipment is built to handle tough jobs like lifting and carrying heavy loads within a production line. We carry heavy equipment like shop cranes to lift and take products from one area to the next.

Types Of Construction Equipment And Their Uses

By Lucy Bartlett -- Construction equipment range from the very heavy equipment to the portable and mobile lighter equipment, some of them with a precise description of their functions are detailed below. Engineering equipment with a front bucket/shovel and a small backhoe in the rear combined with a tractor is known as backhoe loader. It is mostly used in small construction sites and in urban engineering such as fixing city roads... more

Heavy Machinery - Makes Your Work Easy And Lighter

By Barney Garcia -- Heavy machinery should not be operated without the assistance of a licensed controller. They will have special knowledge concerning the running and maintenance of the heavy machinery so that there are no unnecessary accidents or disasters. Even the heavy machinery operators keep the construction sites safe by taking proper care of the heavy machinery. However, rented heavy machinery in affordable prices is also offered for carrying out required constructions... more

What is Heavy Machinery and What are the Merits of Heavy Machinery?

By Mart Porter -- Heavy machine or heavy machinery is referred to a complex machine doing a number of simple machine operations at the same time. The need for usage of heavy machinery arises from the fact that complex and complicated activities such as laying of roads, tilling and sowing seeds equidistantly spread over a vast area of agricultural fields ready for the commencement of agricultural operations can neither be performed with the help of simple machines, nor the... more

Used Heavy Equipment - Shopping Tips

By groshan fabiola -- The testing shouldn't stop here. Listen to the engine running for more than a minute or two. Also listen to the hydraulics when the used heavy equipment is performing its special duties. Try to detect any kind weird smells like burning oil or electrical short circuits. When you get behind the wheel or the levers, try to feel if the controls work as they should. However, you should keep in mind one thing: even the... more

All About Heavy Machinery: Earth Movers

By Mort Fertel -- There are many examples of heavy machinery, or earth movers; all you have to do is look at a construction site and you'll see various types of heavy machines, though you won't necessarily know their names. Well known types of earth movers include: backhoes, bulldozers, cranes, skid-loaders, forklifts, tractors and combat engineering vehicles like tanks. Less well-known heavy machines are excavators, scrapers, pavers, front loaders, feller bunchers, rotary tillers, drag line excavators, forwarders, harvesters, drilling... more