Choose a subtype in excavators

Price upon request
Construction year
2017
Gross weight
999,998 kg

Crawler excavators

Price upon request
Construction year
2012
Gross weight
253,000 kg
Hours Run
27,000 h

Crawler excavators

Price upon request
Construction year
2011
Gross weight
175,000 kg
Hours Run
14,000 h

Wheeled excavators

€5 364
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
1978
Gross weight
135,000 kg

Crawler excavators

Price upon request
Construction year
2010
Gross weight
125,000 kg
Hours Run
14,849 h

Crawler excavators

Price upon request
Construction year
2004
Gross weight
120,000 kg
Hours Run
11,700 h

Demolition excavators

€898 874
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2003
Gross weight
100,000 kg
Hours Run
10,402 h

Demolition excavators

Price upon request
Construction year
2018
Gross weight
84,800 kg
Hours Run
2,000 h

Crawler excavators

Price upon request
Construction year
2016
Gross weight
84,200 kg
Hours Run
8,280 h

Demolition excavators

Price upon request
Construction year
2006
Gross weight
84,000 kg
Hours Run
24,620 h

Crawler excavators

€98 500
LOW PRICE
Construction year
2011
Gross weight
79,150 kg
Hours Run
17,800 h

Crawler excavators

€137 068
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2005
Gross weight
78,100 kg
Hours Run
11,801 h
€85 400
HIGH PRICE
Construction year
2004
Gross weight
76,400 kg
Hours Run
14,942 h
€88 051
HIGH PRICE
Construction year
2009
Gross weight
75,000 kg
Hours Run
9,900 h

Crawler excavators

€117 122
MARKET AVERAGE
Construction year
2006
Gross weight
74,000 kg
Hours Run
11,500 h
€89 800
MARKET AVERAGE
Construction year
2007
Gross weight
71,900 kg
Hours Run
12,687 h

Crawler excavators

Price upon request
Construction year
2007
Gross weight
71,900 kg
Hours Run
15,000 h

Crawler excavators

€150 000
MARKET AVERAGE
Construction year
2016
Gross weight
68,039 kg
Hours Run
2,157 h
Mileage
1,000 km

Crawler excavators

Price upon request
Construction year
2008
Gross weight
65,000 kg
Hours Run
18,500 h

Crawler excavators

€153 898
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2004
Gross weight
62,200 kg
Hours Run
7,637 h

Crawler excavators

€95 000
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2003
Gross weight
61,000 kg
Hours Run
9,097 h

Crawler excavators

€74 900
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2011
Gross weight
60,000 kg

Demolition excavators

Price upon request
Construction year
2018
Gross weight
60,000 kg
Hours Run
1,200 h

Crawler excavators

€385 000
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2015
Gross weight
59,400 kg

Crawler excavators

€119 000
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2010
Gross weight
58,640 kg
Hours Run
10,700 h

Crawler excavators

€86 984
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2001
Gross weight
58,500 kg
Hours Run
11,100 h

Material / Industry handlers

Price upon request
Construction year
2015
Gross weight
58,000 kg
Hours Run
5,100 h

Crawler excavators

€45 000
HIGH PRICE
Construction year
2003
Gross weight
57,780 kg
Hours Run
11,910 h

Other excavators

Price upon request
Construction year
2014
Gross weight
56,000 kg
Hours Run
1,930 h

Demolition excavators

€161 797
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2002
Gross weight
55,000 kg
Hours Run
8,900 h
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Excavators

Excavators are mostly used on building terrains. In the early stages of a building project the ground first must be prepared for construction, which is where the excavator comes in. Using the excavator, the ground is churned, lifted, and removed, so that fresh soil is on the surface, which can be made suitable for equalising and then construction.

Components of the excavator

An excavator consists of a base, a cabin, a flexible support arm with a boom and digging arm, and is generally fitted with tracks. The flexible arm of the excavator makes it easy to dig and shovel. The cabin cage and fuselage can rotate, making it easy to turn in different directions while working. This makes it easy to keep an eye on the surroundings and the continuous process. Thanks to the tracks, the excavator can drive on any ground type.

usability of excavators

Although excavators are generally used for digging on construction sites, they can also be used for different purposes, or in other locations. When working in wooded areas, for example, or when moving materials on building sites and other terrain. An excavator is not suitable for pulling another vehicle and equally is not suitable for being pulled by another motorised vehicle. If the excavator needs to be transported to another location, then it should be placed on a flatbed and moved from there.

Range of used excavators on Tradus

Many used excavators are offered for sale on Tradus. Both crawler tractors and small excavators on wheels can be found in the range. Regularly featured makes of excavators include Caterpillar, Volvo, Komatsu, and JCB. But makes like Liebherr, Hitachi, Kubota, and Doosan are also well represented in the online range on Tradus.

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