Our equipment comparator is divided into 4 categories: “Digging”, “Transporting earth, sand or stones”, “Lifting and handling” and “Compacting”.
General constraints such as maximum weight, maximum height and maximum width apply to each category of equipment.
It is important to consider these when choosing a machine to ensure that it meets your capacity and safety needs.
Moreover, depending on the category of equipment, there may be additional constraints to take into account, such as the lifting capacity for lifting and handling equipment, or the digging depth for digging equipment.
In summary, these general and additional constraints must be considered holistically to ensure that the gear you choose suits your specific needs.
When it comes to choosing the type of energy, you can opt for combustion or electric engines, depending on your preferences in terms of operating costs, noise and environmental footprint.
As for the choice of undercarriage, you can opt for tracked or rubber-tired machines depending on the surface you are working on and the weather conditions. Tracks are ideal for rough terrain, while tires are better suited for smooth, stabilized surfaces.