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Whether we call it, a backhoe or excavator, this powerful machine is mostly used in the construction sector, but also in mining and even during handling operations. Useful during sanitation and demolition interventions, this construction machine finds its formidable strength in its spire, provided with lateral cylinders, its short rocker and its high capacity bucket.

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The excavator is often associated with the backhoe, but it is actually the result of the combination of a wheel loader and a backhoe. Among the most "unusual" models, we can mention the "spider excavator", whose general appearance and great stability on slopes strongly reminds those of an arachnid. In terms of power, a modest size machine has from 100 to 200 hp, while the bigger models reach up to 350 to 500 hp. The models also vary according to the manufacture brand. The biggest crawler excavators can reach 100 tons in weight compared to 40 tons for models on wheels. But the biggest excavator in the world, designed for missions in large areas mining, is currently based in the Garzweiler mine in Germany and weighs more than 13,500 tons! This is the heaviest terrain vehicle in the world, as heavy as 2,250 elephants! In the category of exceptional construction vehicles, Liebherr, Caterpillar, Komatsu and Terex are the undisputed leaders. Loaders, bulldozers, dumpers, these four manufacturers have designed some of the most impressive construction machines in the world. Some of these machines, now retired, have even become tourist attractions. This is particularly true of the Terex 33-19 Titan, a Canadian transport truck that left service in 1991 and has been exposed in British Columbia. Mini excavators (500 kg to 6 tons) for sale on our site might be very small next to them, but they are no less powerful or reliable. Make your choice among over 9,600 ads!