Within the excavator category, wheel excavators are popular construction machines. That is why BAS World also has these excavators in stock. The wheel excavators for sale with us have been thoroughly inspected in advance. This way you are assured of a fair price and reliable purchase. Buying a wheel excavator? And no idea what to look out for? Then read on below for more information.
At BAS World you will find the world's most popular brands of wheel excavators. Here you will find both a new wheel excavator and used wheel excavators. Read here which brands they are:
Are you looking for a reliable and efficient wheel excavator for your construction or excavation work? At BAS World you will find an extensive range of wheel excavators of different makes and models. But what is a wheel excavator and what should you pay attention to when buying a wheel excavator? We describe that below.
A wheel excavator is a type of excavator that is propelled by wheels rather than tracks. Most options and possibilities are the same as with a track excavator, only a wheel excavator is a lot more mobile. A mobile crane can also be transported by road and can pull a trailer with equipment. In addition to the names wheel excavator and mobile crane, these machines are also called mobile excavator or wheel crane.
Like all other excavators, wheel excavators can be equipped with various hydraulic functions. A wheel excavator with hammer function (HP function) ensures that the excavator is able to break and remove stones, concrete or other hard materials. A hydraulic hammer can be connected to this and can therefore be useful for demolition work. A wheel excavator with hammer and rotation function (HP+MP function) can also pick up material in addition to demolition. By connecting a grab to the arm of the mobile crane, a grab can rotate 360 degrees, for example. Finally, some wheel excavators have a quick-change function. This allows you to easily change attachments.
A wheel excavator has several advantages and disadvantages. As mentioned earlier, the advantage is that wheel excavators are a lot more mobile than track excavators. The disadvantage is that they are a lot less stable. For that reason, wheel excavators can often be equipped with stabilizers. Hydraulic stamps or blades provide better stability.