A backhoe loader includes: powertrain, load end, excavation end. Each device is designed for a specific type of work. On a typical construction site, an excavator operator usually needs to use all three components to complete the job. Powertrain
The core structure of the backhoe loader is the powertrain. The backhoe loader powertrain design can run freely on a variety of rugged terrain. It has a powerful turbocharged diesel engine, a large deep gear tire, and a cab with steering controls (steering wheel, brake, etc.). Loader loader
The loader is assembled in front of the equipment and the excavator is assembled behind it. These two components provide completely different functions. The loader can perform a variety of different tasks. In many applications, you can think of it as a powerful queen size or coffee scoop. It is not generally used for digging, but is mainly used for picking up and carrying large amounts of loose materials. In addition, it can also be used to push soil like a plow, or to level the ground, just like using a knife to wipe butter on bread. The operator can control the loader while driving the tractor. Backhoe loader excavation end
Excavators are the main tools for backhoe loaders. It can be used to excavate dense hard substances (usually soil) or to lift heavy objects (such as sewer culverts). The excavator can lift this material and stack it on the side of the hole. Simply put, the excavator is an extremely powerful huge arm or finger. It consists of three parts: boom, stick, bucket. Stable foot
Other additional components that are generally visible on the backhoe loader include the two stabilizer feet behind the rear wheel. These feet are crucial to the operation of the excavator. When the excavator performs excavation work, the feet can absorb the impact of the weight. If there are no stabilizing feet, the weight of the heavy load or the downward force generated when digging the ground will damage the hub and the tire, and the entire tractor will continue to bouncing. Stabilizing the feet stabilizes the tractor and minimizes the impact forces that the excavator excavates. The stabilizing feet also fix the tractor so that it does not slide into the ditch or cave.