CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT RENTALS
Hydraulic crawler construction excavators are normally outfitted with a digging bucket attachment and are used in road construction, building site prep, land clearing, excavations, and foundation prep. Company Wrench offers the full line up of Kobelco excavators for rent, as well as select models of JCB and Komatsu excavators.
A backhoe is a type of excavating equipment, or digger, consisting of a digging or “Rock” bucket on the end of a two-part articulated arm. It is typically mounted on the back of a tractor or front loader, the latter forming a ‘backhoe loader’. The front of the backhoe features a loading bucket connected to the loader lift arm. Additional stability is gained from two articulating outriggers on either side of the articulated arm. Backhoe loaders are very common and can be used for a wide variety of tasks including construction, small demolitions, light transportation of building materials, powering building equipment, digging holes/excavation, landscaping, breaking asphalt, and paving roads. Company Wrench rents select models of the JCB Backhoe lineup.
Wheel loaders are versatile mobile shovels that transfer material from stockpiles to trucks, or transport material around construction sites. Bucket sizes range from 1yd3 – 4.6 yd3 capacity and other attachments can be used (depending on model) such as construction forks, rakes, & grapple buckets. Wheel loaders are used in construction to move aside or load materials such as dirt, gravel, asphalt, rock, sand, etc. into another type of machinery (such as a dump truck, screening machine, or crushing machine). Company Wrench offers select models of JCB Wheel loaders for rent.
A telescopic handler (also called telehandler, teleporter, or boom lift) is a machine widely used in the construction industry to access areas and materials beyond a story high. The most common attachments for telehandlers are loading buckets, pallet forks, and man baskets. Company Wrench offers a full lineup of JCB telehandlers for sale and stock select models for rental, with maximum lift capacities ranging from 6,000 lbs to 14,000 lbs and maximum lift heights from 23′ to 65’7″.
SKID STEER SKID LOADER
A Skid steer, or Skid loader, is a small rigid-frame machine with lift arms used to attach a wide variety of labor-saving tools or attachment. Construction sites use skid steers to move dirt/materials, grade land, load/unload trucks, and move pallets of materials (with the necessary pallet fork attachment). Company Wrench rents the full line-up of JCB Skid steers that have key benefits over the competition, such as a single hydraulic loader arm for increased visibility, side entry for safer operation, and fully enclosed glass cab for ultimate comfort.
TRACK LOADER TRACK STEER
Track loaders are very similar to the skid loader except instead of wheels, rubber-tread tracks are used for maneuvering in sandy, muddy, snowy, or unstable environments. A wide variety of attachments are available beyond the loading bucket, such as forks, scrap grapple buckets, hydraulic hammers, and the LaBounty 7R shear attachment. Company Wrench offers the JCB lineup for rent which offers cutting edge technology like single hydraulic loader arm for superior visibility, side entry for increased safety, and fully enclosed glass cab.
Mini Excavators were born out of necessity for construction projects that take place in congested, urban areas. Features like Zero-Tailswing allow safe operation up alongside structures and rubber tracks allow the machines to move freely without damaging concrete or pavement. Constuction sites use mini excavators to dig holes or trenches, repair sewer lines, complete light landscaping, spread gravel, remove stumps, demolish concrete structures, perform small demolitions, etc. Select models of the JCB and Kobelco mini excavator lineups are available for rent at Company Wrench.
Hydraulic hammer attachments are used to break up existing concrete structure, large boulders, and bedrock seams in foundation preparation phase of construction projects. The weight class of hydraulic hammers range from 1,200 ft lb class to 16,000 ft lb class. Company Wrench offers for the full lineup of Indeco and LaBounty Hydraulic Hammers to rent for your next construction project.
Construction sites sometimes require piles, poles, pipes, h-beam foundations, coffer dams, or underwater pier piling to be driven into the ground. Standard pile driving technology involves large cranes to be set-up along with hydraulic power-packs and hydraulic hoses to power the vibratory hammer at the end of the crane’s cable. Excavator-hung pile driving vibratory hammers are able to eliminate much of the costs, setup time, and environmental risks. Company Wrench offers excavator-hung pile driving rental packages that come with everything you need to start driving pile as soon as the machine rolls off the truck.
Excavator mounted Revolving Rotary Drum cutting attachments use carbide tipped teeth to crush, grind, or cut hard-to-remove materials. Integrated rotation units. These attachments can be used to dig narrow trenches, grind vertical surfaces with accuracy, and expand tunnels. The unique combination of high power and low impact energy allows the attachments to remove materials accurately without causing damage to surrounding structures. For this reason, they are perfect for use on dams, bridges, in tunnels, and in road repair/maintenance applications. Company Wrench offers Drum cutter attachments for rent with and without carrier.
Vibratory Plate Compactor excavator attachments are designed for extreme-duty and offer more compaction force than a walk-behind plate compactor while eliminating the need for a person working down in the trench, simplifying ease-of-use and increases operator comfort. Centrifugal force ranges from 3,400 to 22,000 lbs. Each compactor has four heavy duty, industrial grade shock mounts that distribute vibration evenly, delivering consistent force to improve the operator’s efficiency and work quality. Company Wrench offers select models of Stanley Vibratory Plate Compactors for rent and use at your construction site.