With our huge inventory of new, used and rental equipment, WesTrac has the right machine for the job.
The work you perform with your mini excavator typically involves changing tasks often throughout the day, and attachments can make these machines even more useful across many industries including landscaping, construction and agriculture.
A coupler can help to maximise your investment by allowing you or your operator to quickly change attachments and complete multiple jobs in less time.
Select your application below to see how you can make your mini more versatile, and increase its capacity to perform a variety of tasks.
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With digging depths exceeding three metres, mini excavators go far below the surface. A variety of attachments are designed to improve digging speed, accuracy and precision.
Standard GP buckets dig through earth for many purposes and your bucket features should be based on the needs of the job. Buckets for general excavation work come in many dimensions, and bucket capacity depends on the bucket size and shape, along with the type of soil on your job site.
Cut through challenging ground conditions to loosen soil and improve productivity with a Ripper. Don't let unexpected hard, compact dirt delay operations.
In areas with rock, Hammers can break through challenging ground conditions to improve the speed of your operations.
Designed to drill holes of all shapes and sizes, Augers can also bore through a variety of soil types. From installing fence posts, to building poles and planting shrubs, an auger efficiently extracts soil to your specifications.
Whether you're picking out rocks and debris from soil, moving tree branches or carrying materials for waste recycling, a Hydraulic Thumb will help navigate this task quickly.
Thumb attachments rapidly take bucket work from digging, or rippers from prying to a material handling solution. Hydraulic controls located inside the cab optimise performance by allowing you or your operator to easily grasp and move items. Rather than a separate stiff arm or hydraulic grapple attachment, the thumb simply folds back against your excavator stick when not in use to seamlessly move between digging and grabbing.
Turn your mini excavator into a Swiss Army Knife (and eliminate the need for multiple machines) by using the lifting eye for lifting tasks normally accomplished by a crane. For example, in drainage applications, the same piece of equipment can dig a trench and then lift and place the pipe!
It is important to ensure your machine and bucket have the appropriate lift radius and capacity, and ESSENTIAL to know the weight of the load you're lifting - refer to your machine's load chart to ensure safety.
No matter your application, we have a Cat attachment purpose-built for your Cat Mini, but still versatile enough to work with your non-Cat gear as well.