We offer a wide range of equipment for renting.
Cranes – Wheeled
Many wheel dozers were developed from wheel loaders by fitting a dozer blade in place of the loader arms and bucket. This adaptation was only a success where the machine was used for light-duty tasks. The first large rubber-tired dozer suitable for earthmoving applications were those produced by none other than earthmoving pioneer R.G. LeTourneau, beginning in 1947. He developed four sizes known as the Models A, B, C, and Tournadozers.
Cranes – Cable Hummer Tractor
A cable tractor is a machine used for pulling cables which either can be an electrical cable for a mine shovel or wire ropes during a shovel rope change.
Cranes – GMK 3050
GMK3050 All Terrain Crane working in Greerton, New Zealand. The crane is placing a precast concrete panel into position.
Forklifts – Dragline
A dragline excavator is a piece of equipment used in civil engineering and surface mining. In civil engineering the smaller types are used as pile driving rigs. The larger types are used in strip-mining operations to move overburden above coal, and for tar-sand mining. Draglines are amongst the largest mobile equipment ever built on land, and weigh in the vicinity of 2000 metric tonnes, though specimens weighing up to 13,000 metric tonnes have also been constructed, under 25 yd.
Light Towers – Drills
The purpose of drilling into rock is to provide a “blasthole” into which explosives can be loaded, and detonated to make the site easier to work in.
Trucks – Haul Truck
Off-road dump trucks are used strictly off-road for mining and heavy dirt hauling jobs. There are two primary forms: rigid frame and articulating frame.
The term ‘dump’ truck isn’t generally used by the mining industry, nor by the manufacturers. The more appropriate term for this strictly off road vehicle is “haul truck” and the equivalent European term is ‘dumper’. The classification describes how loaded material is discharged from the dump body and in this case, the load is discharged from the rear.
Trucks – Track Loaders
Track loaders are capable in nearly every task, but master of none as a dozer, excavator, or wheel loader will out perform a track loader under a set of conditions.
The ability of a track loader to perform almost every task on a job site is why it remains a part of many companies’ fleets.