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Do you need to know the different types of excavation equipment to find out what will work the best for your construction project? Well, look no further. Here at Rock Tools, we’ll look at the different types of excavation equipment, from rock saws and attachments to excavators and power shovels along with bulldozers and dredgers, so that you can decide what is needed to complete your next project.


Sometimes you need a saw to get the job done. With over three decades of experience, we are a leader in finding cutting solutions for your construction project. Whether it’s rock, concrete, steel, aluminum, or any other material, we have the attachments you need. Here, we’ll look at the different types of saw attachments and how they function so that you can decide just what you need for your project.

Rock saws are suitable for excavation, quarrying and trenching. This type of saw can also be used for pipe and cable laying and can easily be attached within minutes.

Concrete saws are just that – they’re designed for excavation of the hardest concrete and, most of the time, can even cut through concrete with rebar.

Metal saws are a great option for cutting ferrous and non-ferrous metals. This includes copper, steel, and aluminum. The high precision blade can also be used for recycling and scrap applications, making it a safe alternative to handheld applications.

Skid Steer saws are used when you need to cut the hardest materials, including granite, basalt and asphalt. Oftentimes, this attachment can also function on a mini excavator, making the job more efficient where conventional push saws can’t perform.


You’ve probably heard of an excavator. Excavators are considered the most common type of heavy construction equipment. They consist of a boom, dipper, and bucket and can either have tracks or wheels. Rock saws and other attachments are used in conjunction with excavators.

Power Shovels

Did you know that power shovels are often mistaken for excavators? While they look similar, the main functions of a power shovel are for the digging and loading of earth or fragmented rock. It can also be used for mineral extraction.


Bulldozers are also often found a construction site. They’re a common piece of construction equipment. A bulldozer is a tractor mounted on tracks with a large, metal blade attached to it for pushing large quantities of matter during construction projects.


If you’re project includes water, you want a to invest in a dredger. Dredgers are often used in construction for underwater or partially underwater projects. It works by gathering up bottom sediments and transporting it elsewhere where it works at keeping waterways navigable and assists with coastal protection, land reclamation and coastal redevelopment.

As you can see, there are many types of excavation and construction equipment to choose from. Knowing how this equipment works and what it’s used for will help you when it comes to deciding what is right for your next construction project.