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Excavators are designed to be used as earthmovers. Most commonly, they are employed on construction projects and excavation operations. While scrap material handlers look similar to an excavator, they are designed specifically to handle bulk materials. They are most often used in scrap yards and recycling facilities for loading, unloading, sorting, cutting, stockpiling, and moving materials.
A scrap material handler can expedite your material handling operations on site. They are built to be highly efficient and mobile. With a longer reach, better visibility from the cab, and less emissions, these machines are ideal for any of your material handling needs. They come with various attachments to perform different tasks, such as grapples, shears, suspended magnets, and crushers.
Most often, scrap material handlers are used in the recycling industry. However, you may also come across these machines in logging operations, demolition jobs, and scrap yards, and ports.
Scrap material handlers come in four configurations: crawler, rail-mounted, pedestal-mounted, and wheel-mounted. The crawler handler comes with tracks to allow for rough terrain travel. The rail-mounted handler travels on railroad tracks, so it is only used in the railway industry. The pedestal-mounted model is stationary, meaning that the machine can’t move from where it’s installed. It is often used in yards to sort, pile, and load materials. Finally, the wheel-mounted handler is extremely mobile. It is great for jobs where the handler needs to travel across expanses of stable, flat ground.