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Excavator Description

An excavator is a construction vehicle used to dig or move large objects. Its base sits on tracks and on top of the base is a cabin that rotates between 180 and 360 degrees. The cabin is where the driver sits to control the articulated arm (boom) that has a bucket attached.

Excavators are most commonly found on large job sites and road construction. They are used to break-up ground, move earth and dig trenches.

The conventional bucket can be replaced with a variety of specialised buckets or attachments including hydraulic rock breaker and stump grinder.

Insurance products are provided by National Transport Insurance, a joint venture of the insurers Insurance Australia Limited trading as CGU  Insurance ABN 11 000 016 722 AFSL 227681  and AAI Limited Trading as Vero Insurance ABN 48 005 297 807 AFSL 230859 each holding a 50% share. National Transport Insurance is administered on behalf of the insurers by its manager NTI Limited ABN 84 000 746 109 AFSL 237246.
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