Mini excavators

€31 750Net Price
MARKET AVERAGE
Construction year
2017
Hours Run
520 h

Mini excavators

€32 000Net Price
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2016
Hours Run
508 h

Mini excavators

€34 500Net Price
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2017
Hours Run
3,000 h

Mini excavators

€13 500Net Price
LOW PRICE
Construction year
2015
Hours Run
1,400 h

Mini excavators

€15 000Net Price
VERY LOW PRICE
Construction year
2012
Hours Run
3,770 h
€55 000Net Price
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2014
Hours Run
950 h

Mini excavators

Auction
Construction year
2014
Hours Run
2,772 h

Mini excavators

€9 800Net Price
MARKET AVERAGE
Construction year
2007
Hours Run
5,314 h

Mini excavators

€20 500Net Price
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2016
Hours Run
1,900 h

Mini excavators

€25 000Net Price
NO PRICE RATING
Hours Run
5,884 h

Mini excavators

€22 000Net Price
NO PRICE RATING

Mini excavators

€20 000Net Price
NO PRICE RATING

Mini excavators

€29 000Net Price
NO PRICE RATING
Hours Run
3,098 h

Mini excavators

€29 000Net Price
NO PRICE RATING
Hours Run
3,549 h

Mini excavators

€35 000Net Price
NO PRICE RATING
Hours Run
4,315 h
€908 735Net Price
NO PRICE RATING
Price upon request
Construction year
2020
€15 900Net Price
LOW PRICE
Construction year
2019
Hours Run
5 h

Mini excavators

€12 047Net Price
LOW PRICE
Construction year
2011
Hours Run
2,000 h

Mini excavators

€26 130Net Price
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2019
Hours Run
27 h

Mini excavators

€10 050Net Price
LOW PRICE
Construction year
2006
Hours Run
2,800 h

Mini excavators

€9 367Net Price
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2013
Hours Run
4,300 h

Mini excavators

€4 007Net Price
NO PRICE RATING

Mini excavators

Auction
Construction year
1900

Mini excavators

€9 367Net Price
MARKET AVERAGE
Construction year
2011
Gross weight
1,225 kg
Hours Run
1,850 h

Mini excavators

Auction
Construction year
2004

Mini excavators

Price upon request
Construction year
2018
Hours Run
300 h

Mini excavators

Price upon request

Mini excavators

€31 547Net Price
MARKET AVERAGE
Construction year
2019
Hours Run
760 h
€59 500Net Price
HIGH PRICE
Construction year
2018
Hours Run
1,000 h
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Excavators on wheels

Although excavators on tracks are more common, there are people with a preference for excavators on wheels. Excavators with a normal wheel-operating system are a little easier to operate and cheaper than the machines on tracks but do exert a lot of pressure on the ground. They stand slightly higher than excavators on tracks, causing them to have slightly less reach when digging downward. The advantage of excavators on wheels is their increased movement speed, allowing them to move more quickly from one end of the construction site to the other. In that respect, it is faster in its use.

Stability

Excavators on wheels have always been stable, but the newer models are now even better at digging than they already were. These excavators do tend to have a lower maximum load as compared to the ones on tracks. This difference though, is getting smaller as the technology behind excavators moves forward. Excavators on wheels use so-called stabilisers, which ensure that the machine can bend and dig without losing its balance. The constant pressure thereby exerted on the wheels does cause excavators on wheels to function best on smooth, even ground.

Components of an excavator on wheels

An excavator on wheels consists largely of the same components as an excavator on tracks. There is a chassis, fitted with four wheels, a cage or cabin with space for a single person, an engine block, and a flexible support arm with a jib and digging attachment. Thanks to the flexible arm of the excavator it can dig and shovel. This does however require continuously checking that the excavator remains stable. The wheels make it easy to move from one area of work to another but make it harder to use this machine on soft or rough terrain. For terrain with a lot of holes, bumps, and slopes, an excavator on tracks is recommended.

Wide range of excavators on Tradus

Owners of excavators on wheels are regularly offering their used machines for sale on Tradus. These include many well-known makes like Caterpillar, Atlas, Volvo, Liebherr, and Komatsu. Many excavators by makes like JCB, Doosan, and Terex are also being offered for sale. Germany is the frontrunner where it comes to offering excavators for sale, but the Netherlands, Poland, and Sweden are not far behind.

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