An excavator or skid steer can’t fit through a short entrance, therefore a MINI LOADER is perfect for any project requiring soil levelling or earthmoving. Although tracked versions of equipment are preferable if your work location is muddy or sandy, most mini loaders feature wheels.
The mini loader may be employed for a variety of tasks on a job site because of its numerous attachments. The 4-in-1 bucket that is often used on the machine is quite adaptable since, in addition to being able to scoop up to 125 kilogrammes of dirt or debris, it can also open up to capture objects and the blade/back blade regions to level and smooth the soil.
A trenching attachment may be used to create trenches that are up to 150mm broad and 1 metre deep. There is also a post-hole digger attachment that can dig holes up to 600 mm in diameter, 1 metre deep, or even 2 metres deep if you add an auger extension, as well as a rotary hoe attachment if you need to turn the dirt over a big area. You may manage many projects with one computer by simply switching out any of these attachments.
As opposed to a skid steer or excavator, a tiny loader requires you to stand on the back of the vehicle. You have excellent sight in front of the machine thanks to this. There are four controls: two are used to steer and drive the machine, and two are used to regulate the attachment. Use the two driving levers forward to go forward.
Push both driving levers back to go forward. Use the driving levers in oppositional directions to turn. Additionally, there is a hydraulic speed control that enables you to give the trenching or post hole digging attachment you are using all of the power rather than dividing it between the drivers and the attachment.
A simple key start is available for the tiny loaders. Make sure you are wearing your work gloves, earplugs, and glasses before turning them on. Make sure the machine’s parking brake is engaged and the throttle is on the low setting. The motor may then be started by just turning the key, and the loader can then be steered by stepping onto its back.
There’s not much to it, and the tiny loader will certainly make your subsequent landscaping project simple. Watch this video to learn how to operate a tiny loader and other useful advice.
A mini loader is a machine for you if you’re seeking one that can handle everything. There are several advantages to owning and operating an articulated mini loader over other equipment. Jobs that are too little for full-size wheel loaders but too big for skid steer loaders can be securely and effectively handled by mini loaders.
Whether you work in agriculture, horticulture, equestrianism, or arboriculture, articulated mini loaders provide the ideal balance of strength, adaptability, and size in addition to numerous other advantages.
No significant ground disturbance
The tiny loader can perform tight bends without damaging delicate surfaces thanks to its articulating chassis.
Mini loaders are small and quick to manoeuvre around construction sites and difficult-to-reach regions. On a trailer or truck, it is simple to move them between job sites.
Despite its small size, it has a strong lifting capacity.
Despite being a little equipment, Avant micro loaders nonetheless have a good reach and lift height. It is simple to load and unload items on high-sided trucks with the Avant micro loader’s high and extended lift provided by the telescopic boom. Due to its wide reach, it is also useful for tasks requiring low working heights, such as dumping or unloading items or levelling and grading.
Drive Four Wheels
Each wheel on every Avant micro loader has a hydraulic drive motor in addition to the hydrostatic drive system. There are valves in the drive circuit that can be used for traction control in several circumstances. The left and right sides of the loader’s wheels move at varying rates to prevent hurting delicate surfaces during turning. Hard surface tyre wear is decreased as a result.
The drive system’s valves operate as a hydraulic 44 diff lock and balance the oil flow between the hydraulic motors on the left and right, which enhances traction on slick and uneven ground.
The Avant articulated mini loader, which has over 200 attachments available, is a productive and efficient all-around equipment that can accomplish almost any work on-site with the simple switch of an attachment. Without leaving the comfort and safety of the cab, the Avant compact loader may employ a variety of accessories.
Pushing a button from the cab can change an attachment with ease. This equipment is genuinely multifunctional because of the tiny loader accessories that are available, which include augers, buckets, grapples, grabs, and vegetation management attachments.