What is a Compact Track Loader?
Track loaders are heavy duty construction equipment which are used for digging and loading material.
What makes track loaders so popular is their versatility. It’s a combination of a bulldozer, excavator, and wheel loader all in one machine. They are currently one of the fastest growing machines in the construction industry.
Using hydraulic power, track loaders are extremely strong and durable, while maintaining a fairly small size. Pound-for-pound, this machine might be the strongest on the market.
Track loaders have incredible traction, allowing them to work in almost any terrain:
Track loaders have been around since the early 1990’s and have grown in popularity ever since. They are usually cheaper for rental than an excavator bulldozer, and other heavy construction equipment.
Construction companies love to use track loaders for their incredible torque, brute force, and mobility around obstacles. Many states have also adopted the idea of using track loaders because of their low ground pressure which works very well on softer soil conditions.
Track loaders are available to work year round thanks to love to their versatility, ability to work in harsh conditions, and maneuverability.
This allows construction projects to go year round. and start earlier or end later in case more time is needed. That is the power of a track loader!
What Models and Prices Do We Offer?
IHI CL35 Track Loader
ASV RT 30 Track Loader
ASV 120 Track Loader
What Can Track Loaders be Used For?
The job ability of the track loader will depend on its size and the attachment it carries.
Track loaders can change there function with a simple swap of the attachment.
Here’s a list of different attachments that can be placed on track loaders or skid steers:
And Much More!
Track Loader Rentals Near Me
Rental track loaders can be rented from us at Contractors Supply. Small track loader rental rates are $275 per day up to $2,750 per month. Other track loader rental prices range from $250-$375 per day to $4,000-$4,500 a month depending on the model.