— Construction Equipment for Your Needs
Mini dumpers from Bobcat and Kubota are infinitely better than standard old-school wheelbarrows. 3x the capacity, ease of operation on any terrain and any slopes. We offer the options for different loads and different tasks so you can rent the one that’s better suited for your tasks. Order a mini dumper (aka crawl carrier) now and get it delivered to your location when you need it, in a perfect ready-to-go condition.
WHY YOU NEED A MINI DUMPER?
Mini dumper rental in Toronto is here to help you with more specific task than Bobcat track loaders or mini excavators. Track carriers exist for a sole reason: to carry materials from point A to point B. It’s an optimal choice when these two points are located on a hill, on rough terrain where no wheelbarrow will move, and when you need to transport a lot in one go.
NOT SURE WHICH BOBCAT MINI DUMPER TO RENT?
We can help you to choose the most affordable and capable option for your goals. Contact us to get a practical advice from our experts.
BOBCAT RENTAL FAQ
What are the primary advantages of using mini dumpers in construction projects?
Compact size and maneuverability allow your mini dumper to access tight spaces, making them ideal for navigating through challenging job sites. They are designed to handle heavy loads, enabling efficient material transport. Additionally, they can carry 3 to 6 times heavier loads than a standard wheelbarrow, so one mini dumper is just as effective as 3-6 crew members. And it doesn’t get tired. At all.
How can I determine which mini dumper model suits my project best?
Choosing the right mini dumper involves considering factors such as load capacity, terrain conditions, and maneuverability requirements. The rule of thumb is simple: Kubota KC70 is for smaller projects, KC120 is for bigger ones.
If you’re unsure which model is suitable for your project, our team is here to assist you: reach out and provide some details, we’ll help you choose the right one.
How hard is it to operate a Bobcat mini dumper?
Mini dumpers are designed to be user-friendly, and anyone with limited equipment experience can quickly learn to operate them. The controls are intuitive, and our team can provide basic training.
Are specialized attachments available for mini dumpers?
No, it’s not an option by design. While mini dumpers are not typically equipped with interchangeable attachments like other machines, they come with various bed configurations that allow for efficient material transport.
Can I extend the rental period if my project takes longer than expected?
Absolutely, we understand that project timelines can change. If your project requires additional time and you need to extend the rental period for the mini dumper, simply get in touch with us before the initial rental period ends. We’ll work with you to adjust the rental agreement accordingly.
How fuel-efficient are mini dumpers?
Mini dumpers are designed for efficiency, offering reliable performance while minimizing fuel consumption. The exact fuel efficiency can vary depending on the model and workload, but their compact size often translates to efficient fuel usage. It’s a mini dumper, not a full-scale dump track, after all.
Do mini dumpers come with operator cabs?
No, mini dumpers typically feature an open operator platform rather than an enclosed cab. This design ensures good visibility and easy access to controls.
How can I request a rental quote for a mini dumper?
To receive a quote, provide us with essential project details, including the rental duration, the specific model you’re interested in, and any additional requirements. Our team will provide you with a customized rental quote tailored to your project’s needs.
Or you can just fill in the form after choosing the right mini dumper for your project and adjust the price to your budget.
Are there any noise considerations when using mini dumpers in residential areas?
While mini dumpers are designed to minimize noise, some level of noise is inevitable during operation. If you’re working in a residential area, it’s a good idea to inform neighbors about the construction activities.