The Future of Heavy Equipment
Excavator is used for digging deep holes or trenches, demolition, smaller transportation of materials and so on. It has an undercarriage with wheels enclosed in a continuous metal belt. Above this is a rotating driver’s cabin with a higher seat for a better view of the sight. The arm is long and hinged with a large shovel that can help in digging mines and tunnels. Excavators are also known as 360° excavators.
Boring machines are used for enlarging an already drilled hole with the help of a boring head or a single-point cutting tool. The diameter of the hole is managed with the adjustments possible with the boring head. These machines find application in digging tunnels and pits. They can even be used to bore holes below hard rocks and tough surfaces as well. They have actually revolutionized the construction industry.
A mini digger is another digging machine and is quite popular among construction companies and excavation teams. It can pull huge chunks of concrete and metal wires easily from a demolished building. Clearing debris is just an easy task for it. Rocks, broken-down concrete and logs that weights a ton can be cleared with a few minutes when using this equipment.
Aside from performing a heavy-duty task, it can also carry the workload of twenty-five construction workers. With the length and size of this kind of machine, it is easy for its transport from one site to another. This means it can work at an excavation site for a day, then you can transport it in another construction site within the same day. This was quite impossible with the previous generation of diggers since its size hindered its mobility.
JCB is a very large family business founded in 1945 by J. C. Bamford. The full range of JCB’s products spans such a wide area of engineering machinery, Backhoe Loader, Backhoes, Excavators, Mini Diggers.
A large number of JCB’s products are capable of using JCB spare parts and as such in recent years many attachments have become available. This allows vehicles such as excavators to extend their capabilities away from just one task, becoming more versatile and economic. Attachment parts include breakers, grapples, hammers, compactors, drills, forks, and even mowers.
With such an amount of attachments and interchangeable parts, and despite JCB’s excellent reputation for high-quality products and hard-wearing components, it is inevitable that over time there may be a need for JCB Spares. Fortunately, the nature of these parts means that they are readily available and relatively easy to swap out.