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Loaders are notable for their versatility. Unlike regular excavators, loaders can usually have different attachments fitted to their lifting arm. Whether used as an earthmover or a construction loader, a loader is heavy equipment you can count on – especially if you invest in the industry favorites available on Tradus.
Being able to function in otherwise out-of-reach locations, a mini loader can have various attachments mounted to its articulated arm, making it a highly adaptable, multi-functional machine. This versatility means that diverse industries, such as landscaping, construction, demolition, logistics and shipping, can each use a mini loader for their own purposes. At Tradus, the most popular brands of mini loaders are produced by the likes of Kramer, Avant, Giant, Multione and Weidemann.
Also known as skid loaders or skidsteers, skid-steer loaders are compact and highly maneuverable. With their lift arms able to take on a wide array of different tools and attachments, they can be used for excavating, lifting, overhead work, demolition or removing debris. This versatility has made them the best-selling machine in the construction industry. However, if you want to trade in some maneuverability for user comfort, you might want to opt for a track loader. Reliable skid-steer brands include Bobcat, Avant and Caterpillar.
If you need to load and move massive amounts of loose materials – whether sand, gravel or rubble – wheel loaders with their front-mounted bucket on articulated arms are really the only option. These iconic four-wheel drive machines usually weigh in at over 10 metric tons so you know they can take on any ambitious road construction project. As inventor of the wheel loader, Volvo remains a market leader – along with Cat, Caterpillar, Line, JCB and Komatsu.