The TRIMAZ Backhoe Loader system is the best combination for all sorts of digging & filling jobs.
Digging holes for shrubs/Trees
Trenching for pipeline
Ditching Farm Roads
The most common application for a backhoe loader is this basic job -- digging a trench with the backhoe and then back-filling it with the loader.
The backhoe is the main tool of the backhoe loader. It's used to dig up Cat I & Cat II soils, or to lift normal to heavy loads. It can lift this material and drop it in a pile to the side of the hole.
Basically, the TRIMAZ Backhoe has three segments:
The stick and
The bucket is mounted to a dipper with the dipper pivoting on the boom’s outer end. The boom is attached to a horizontal pivot point, which in turn is attached to the tractor through a vertical pivot point called the Kingpost.
The entire boom-dipper-bucket assembly slews left or right on the kingpost. The greater the slew angle, the easier it is to dig on one side of the machine and deposit material on the other.
The backhoe’s bucket also pivots on the end of the dipper in a movement called bucket curl.
A TRIMAZ Backhoe optionally can be equipped with a thumb, which closes with the bucket to grab objects such as rocks and logs.
Before selecting your Backhoe attachment :
1. Decide the hydraulic capacity of your tractor’s auxiliary system,(or We have to use an External system),
2. Decide how much weight your tractor is capable of carrying,
3. Decide how much weight your tractor’s three-point hitch is capable of lifting (if you intend to use a three-point-hitch attached backhoe- Baby Back hoes),
4. Decide how deep you wish to dig, and
5. Decide how high you wish to lift or dump soil.
Of course, if your tractor isn’t yet equipped with a Front-end Loader, you will need to arrange for one because it acts as ballast and stabilizer when you use the backhoe attachment.
In a TRIMAZ Backhoe, the boom is bent upward to make it easier to dig with obstacles in the way. This design( Banana Leaf) also provides extra space for the bucket when the operator curls it in with a full load.
The two stabilizer legs just behind the rear are crucial to backhoe operation because they take the brunt of the weight when a backhoe is digging. Without the stabilizer legs, the weight of a heavy load or the downward force of digging into the ground would strain the wheels and tires, and the whole tractor would bounce constantly. The stabilizers keep the tractor steady, minimizing the jostling effect of digging with the backhoe. They also secure the tractor so that it won't slip into the ditch or hole.
The stabilizer legs have two types of "shoes," so that they can be planted securely on both dirt and pavement. The grouser shoe side digs into the dirt for a better grip, For a good grip on asphalt, use the rubber-padded shoe.
Great Digging Force
Superior Visibility from Operator Seat