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what are earth movers
What are Earth Movers
  • Earth movers are devices which are used to dig, push, and transport earth. Earth movers can be designed to dig into the earth with scoops, cutting blades, shovels, and sometimes saw-like attachments which can be used for trenching and breaking up very hard soil and rock.
  • They can also push earth around a work site, as in the case of bulldozers, and be used to carry earth to other locations, with excavator buckets being an example of equipment which can be used for transport.
different types of earth movers
Different Types of Earth Movers
  • Excavators
  • Cranes
  • Bulldozers
  • Tractors
  • Backhoes
  • Grader
  • dumper truck
  • An excavator is a construction vehicle used to dig or move large objects. An excavator is designed for use on construction sites and is quite expensive to purchase.
  • Many smaller construction companies lease or rent these units to avoid the expensive overhead costs. The lease and rental rates vary, depending on the length of the contract, the location, and the volume of business with the leasing firm.
  • The more equipment
  • that a company leases
  • or rents from the same
  • firm, the better the
  • pricing will be.
  • A crane is a machine that is capable of raising and lowering heavy objects and moving them horizontally.
  • One of the earliest versions of the crane to be developed was the shaduf, first used to move water in Egypt about four thousand years ago.
  • A bulldozer is a heavy piece of earthmoving equipment which uses a front-mounted 'dozer' blade to push soil forward and create a level surface for construction sites.
  • Technically, the word only applies to the front dozer blade, not
  • the entire machine. Some

sources suggest that the power and noise of the chassis suggested a restrained bull, while others point to the extreme medical practice of bull-dosing.

  • A tractor is a piece of heavy machinery that is designed to carry out some type of work. The type of work this equipment can do depends on its size, the type of attachments it has or can support, and the type of tasks it is designed to accomplish.
  • There are many enthusiasts who collect and restore antique tractors, participate in clubs, and hobbyists who collect or build models. Many

people even use their machines to participate in recreational sports such as tractor races and tractor pulling.

  • A backhoe, also known as a backhoe loader, is a versatile piece of heavy machinery used primarily for digging trenches and ditches on construction sites
  • Many construction companies consider the backhoe to be the workhorse of earthmovers. It is often the only piece of heavy equipment brought onto small to medium landscaping


  • A grader, also commonly referred to as a road grader, a blade, a maintainer, or a motor grader, is a construction machine with a long blade used to create a flat surface during the grading process
  • Graders can produce inclined surfaces, to give cant (camber) to roads. In some countries they are used to produce drainage ditches with shallow

V-shaped cross-sections on either side of highways.

dumper truck
Dumper Truck
  • On most construction sites, materials such as gravel, sand and fill dirt must be brought in, while waste materials such as old bricks and excavated dirt must be carried out.
  • The bulk of this work is performed with specialized vehicles called dump trucks. Dump trucks can be as small as a standard passenger truck or as large as an 18-wheeler.
  • Utilized on construction sites and in mines
  • Used for agricultural purposes
  • Used in excavation, in manufacturing sites
  • Faster way to perform major landscaping or repairs on underground pipes
  • Construction and maintenance of dirt roads and gravel roads
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