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Planning a project? The mini excavator is coming

December 22, 2023
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The role of small excavators




Mini excavators are a popular choice for DIY trenching, agricultural orchards, vegetable greenhouses or animal husbandry projects. They can help workers save time and effort, and at the same time, many accessories can be replaced using quick connectors.


As a mini excavator supplier, we have professional engineers and a unique factory. The parts of these excavators are produced and assembled by ourselves. The excavator is not easily damaged. If you are engaged in some trenching and crushing projects, high-quality excavation Machines can accompany you throughout your life.




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Selection of Mini excavators

If your project volume is large or the machine is used frequently, it is recommended that you purchase a complete excavator. Generally, mini excavators imported from abroad are newly packaged (assembled) by merchants/manufacturers. Of course, additional replaceable parts ( like: Auger, rake, ripper, wood grab, break hammer and 200/300/500/800mm bucket and so on) can be replaced according to the needs of your project. For the replacement process, you can read the manual of the mini excavator or find the manufacturer. Remote voice and video guidance operation.


If your project volume is relatively small or used less often, you can find a nearby excavator rental company to rent an excavator suitable for your site. Large projects generally require a 3-3.5t excavator, and small projects 0.8-1t are sufficient. Before renting an excavator, you can ask the local rental company if it can demonstrate the excavator and conduct a supervised demonstration at the site to give yourself some in-depth understanding of the excavator.



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Mini excavator cost comparison 


The cost of a complete mini excavator imported from abroad (calculated according to FOB) generally ranges from 2,500 to 12,000 US dollars, taking into account the following aspects (excavator weight, crawler expansion and contraction, engine brand, bucket capacity, driving speed and work efficiency etc.), of course, if the project volume is large and you buy a lot of mini excavators, you can ask the manufacturer to give you some discounts. If the project volume is small, you can just buy a separate excavator. Before buying, think about what accessories your project needs. (Accessory prices Generally between 100-500 US dollars), plus accessories, reach a reasonable price with the merchant, plus shipping and insurance premiums, etc., choose a price that you can afford and close the deal.


If it is renting, make a detailed list before renting. The cost of a small excavator for a day is about 150 US dollars (based on the United States), plus fuel costs, labor costs and insurance premiums, etc., so the cost for a weekend is about 300- Between $350.


Note: Choose to rent or buy according to your own wishes. Will you be engaged in the renovation project for a long time? Independently own a site that requires a mini excavator? What is the size of the project? Reasonable choice



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Check out mini excavators 


After receiving the excavator, unpack it and inspect it for a week. Look at the warning slogans and labels on the machine. Generally, they will be marked on the machine. You will also notice the maintenance information, the machine's serial number, and the specification sheet. Instructions and manufacturer's labels, etc., to facilitate ordering parts or asking about other related products in the future. (If not found, you can ask the manufacturer)


If you do not have this information when renting an excavator, you can directly ask the site personnel or administrator, and ask the site personnel whether your project requires renting other accessories.



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Operating a mini excavator 




Find a level, open place to operate the machine. The mini excavator is stable, but if you have no experience, you need to pay more attention to your own safety, so start with the basics.


We open the left or right lever (a lever next to a semicircular seat), wait until the body is completely seated on the seat, put the lever down, start the excavator (usually the throttle switch is under the left or right foot), and use the key to start, Hold the excavator's operating lever (like a car's gear lever) with your left and right hands respectively, and try to control the mini excavator through careful and slow operations (forward and backward, rotation and contraction of the big arm and small arm, crawler, telescopic expansion of the pusher, fast and slow speed Driving, etc.), be familiar with various buttons (fuel level, oil pressure, water temperature, charging instructions, etc.). For specific content, please refer to: Introduction to machine operation and maintenance


Note: When operating a small excavator for the first time, it is best to operate it with a friend or lover. The distance between the companion and the operator should be kept 5 meters away.


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practice many times 


Practice each of these excavator buttons multiple times until you get a good feel for them.


Practice brings out the truth. When you practice often enough and for a long enough time, you will have a mechanical awareness and focus on observing the work of each part of the mini excavator. When you have self-confidence, when the practice is over, the excavator operation will be smooth. position, the project officially started.


We are a professional supplier of mini excavators. If you have more questions about mini excavators, you can discuss them with us at any time.



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