Compact track loader rentals offer many benefits, including the ability to take on short-term projects while using the most advanced equipment. The following are some of the main benefits of renting a track loader.
- Adaptability to Challenging Conditions: The undercarriage and rubber tracks of a compact track loader are among its most important features. Compact track loaders can still be productive even when other equipment is slowing or shutting down due to bad weather. Their unique balance of torque and tractive effort enhances their pushing power and mobility in soft or wet ground.
The compact track loader’s low ground pressure makes it maneuverable and productive while working in soft, sandy, wet or muddy conditions. If you are performing work on established surfaces, clearing vegetation, or grading and leveling, or adding value to residential or commercial properties, this is beneficial to you. Comparatively to rubber-tire loaders, compact track loaders have their weight spread over the length and width of their tracks, providing increased flotation and minimal ground disturbance. By taking advantage of these undercarriage features, you can add several more days or weeks to your workweek and increase revenue. You can also choose a compact track loader with an optional two-speed transmission to reduce the time you and your operators spend traveling from job site to job site. Due to their compact size, these loaders are also more efficient and cost-effective than larger equipment in terms of transport between job sites due to increased speed, flotation, and minimal ground disturbance.
- Exceptional Lifting Capabilities: Renting a compact track loader with good lifting performance is another factor that contributes to profitability. Most compact track loaders have a rated tipping load of 35%, which means that a loader with a 4,000-pound tipping load would have 1,400 pounds of operating capacity. Larger compact track loaders are designed to lift more material due to their higher rated operating capacities.
The lift arm configuration is a key design element. Rental fleets offer two types of lift path designs, a vertical lift path and a radius lift path, so contractors can pick the one that is right for their most frequent lifting needs. With a vertical-lift-path loader, you can lift more weight and reach further at full lift height than with a radius-lift-path loader. Having the ability to reach maximum height at full lift height makes it easier to clear heavy trucks and perform tasks requiring repeated lifting at taller heights. Radius-lift paths, on the other hand, raise the load in an arc, thereby providing maximum reach. These machines are best suited for jobs with mid-range or low working heights, such as dumping or backfilling, loading or unloading flatbed trucks, and leveling and grading.
- Increase Your Workload: By adding key attachments, such as augers, grapples, rotary cutters and hydraulic breakers, to a track loader, you can strategically expand your services. Take into account the value of high-flow auxiliary hydraulics for compact track loaders and attachments that can benefit from additional power.
- Configuration Options: If renting compact track loaders, be sure to consider the control options. For jobs involving multiple operators, selectable joystick controls allow operators to select ISO and H-pattern based on their preferences. Taking advantage of this enables operators to be as comfortable, efficient, and productive as possible. Functionality and controllability are critical in compact track loader controls. If you need to dig, lift, or push material, renting a compact track loader may be the best solution. The features and attachments on these machines enable them to work longer, harder, and smarter than their competitors, so they may quickly become a mainstay of your fleet.