How do backhoes work?

When it comes to debris removal and excavation, there are very few pieces of machinery that will save one as much time and energy as a PTO backhoe. At WoodMaxx Power Equipment, our backhoes have been created with ergonomics and durability in mind, and this means that we focus on the smallest of details to ensure that you get the best products in the world. Here is a look at these amazing machines and how they could help you with your next private or commercial project.

While extremely advanced, the average tractor mounted backhoe operates in a very simple manner. After attaching the unit to the tractor to supply the horsepower, controls are used to operate the bucket and the arms. The bucket can be used to dig holes and trenches or remove debris. This is one of the best options for anyone that requires machinery which can operate in smaller locations with size constraints. These basic SAE and ISO controls will allow a variety of users to be able to operate the machine.

When choosing a new backhoe for either private or commercial jobs, there are a few important considerations to keep in mind. This begins with the overall size of the backhoe including the bucket and arm. Depending on the type of tasks that must be carried out, the digging depth will streamline the selection process from start to finish. Customers should also take a careful look at the overall horsepower requirements for their backhoe. The recommended tractor horsepower for our units ranges from 18 HP up through 60 HP.

If you have been on the search for a new backhoe, contact WoodMaxx Power Equipment today to discuss which of our durable and reliable products may be right for your own needs.

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