Dozers (shortened from bulldozers) are large caterpillar machines with massive metal plates on the front. They are intended for clearing and grading and can transport vast amounts of material such as soil, rubble, and construction debris. Caterpillar dozers are classified into four groups (divided by HP): small, medium, large, and waste handling. These caterpillar machines offer a fantastic array of equipment to accommodate everything from home construction to mining and civil construction grading and clearing. Their large range of power options, from 74 HP to a whopping 850 HP, is unmatched.
Excavators are used for digging and excavating earth, soil, and rubble. These heavy-weight caterpillar machines can also be used for brush cutting, demolition, drilling, pile driving, and other tasks. Excavation caterpillar machines can sometimes be an all-in-one machine for your job site due to their extensive selection of equipment and accessories. Cat presently offers 40 excavator models, but after so many years in the field, there are dozens of modifications and older models that can be just as good. Indeed, many operators prefer older models over newer ones.
This type of caterpillar machine can effortlessly scoop and dump dirt, soil, concrete, rubble, and other materials in a range of work environments and industries. They are frequently used in construction, mining, and demolition.
Skidsteers, like excavators, are among the most versatile machinery Caterpillar has to offer. Base-type skid steers are designed to dig and grade in agriculture, landscaping, roadwork, and general construction applications, similar to smaller wheel loaders.
Caterpillar's final category of equipment is forklifts. Cat manufactures a range of forklifts (also known as lift trucks), including the popular GP25N. Cat forklifts are available in diesel, LPG, and electric models.
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