Choosing a Heavy Industrial Digger
Different factors are important when you are renting or buying a digger, and making the right choice can help to get the job done on time, and at the lowest possible cost. If you are planning any major excavation project, a heavy industrial digger is probably one of your most useful items. If you are wondering how to choose a heavy industrial digger, making sensible choices is important and can help you avoid any potential issues with equipment problems, or costs that go over budget.
1) Size and Capacity Of Digger
A bucket is typically attached to any digger that you buy or rent and the capacity of that bucket is an important factor, and that is largely determined by the size and scope of your project. Consider the density of the material that you’ll need the digger to handle, and your projected production targets for each day. If you have a small construction site and you don’t want to inconvenience anyone nearby by blocking traffic, a smaller digger that fits in one lane of traffic may be suitable for your needs. However, a larger site may require traffic blocked or road lanes closed if you need the services of a larger digger.
Diggers that are smarter and more efficient have been introduced as technology improves, and of course you want the most efficient machine possible for your next project. Finishing work more quickly is a benefit of working with equipment that can be monitored remotely, and that also saves energy and perhaps manpower too. Productivity has also improved as machines have the capability of communicating with each other. And being able to monitor and measure operational data can also help with efficiency and overall costs. Many project managers are concerned about maximizing fuel efficiency, and today’s fuel efficient smart diggers can help to conserve fuel and ensure your project doesn’t incur costs for using extra fuel.
3) Versatility and Connectivity
The versatility of your digger is partly determined by the attachment connection and you can save valuable operating time by using a quality automated coupler rather than the direct mount attachment. The automated couple also means it’s easier and faster to change attachments when needed. When deciding on the system of attachment connection, remember that your digger doesn’t only do heavy digging tasks.
FSG Plant has established itself as an industry leader in the field and we offer daily rates for digger rental that you can afford, along with the best customer service in the industry. Better fuel economy, a shorter operating time for your next project, and overall lower costs can be enjoyed when you hire an industrial digger from us for your next project.