Explore Our 6.5 Tonne Hitachi ZX65USB-6 Excavator Hire
Introducing the Hitachi ZX65USB-6, the largest machine in the Hitachi mini excavator range. Despite its compact size, this 6.5 Tonne Excavator performs like a medium-sized model, offering exceptional stability and comfort, making it suitable for a wide range of projects including utilities, foundation work, landscaping, indoor demolition, and construction.
Versatile Solutions for Brisbane, Ipswich, and Gold Coast Construction Projects
This impressive Hitachi mini digger is designed to navigate spaces where larger machines may struggle. With its round body, wide opening covers, and short rear-end swing, the ZX65USB-6 allows for safe and confident operation in tight spaces, providing versatility in various job site environments. Additionally, its inclusion of a hammer attachment makes it an ideal choice when rock breaking is required, adding to its adaptability for diverse construction tasks.
Navigate Tight Spaces with Confidence: Features of the Hitachi 6.5 Tonne Excavator
At APU Excavations & Rentals, we offer both Excavator Wet Hire and Excavator Dry Hire options, ensuring that you have the flexibility to choose the rental plan that best suits your project needs. Elevate your construction capabilities with the Hitachi ZX65USB-6, where power, stability, and adaptability converge for unmatched performance on every job site.
Seamless Site Delivery with APU’s In-House Transportation
Discover the convenience of APU’s in-house transportation service. Our designated tilt trays ensure prompt delivery when hiring excavators to various sites across the Southeast Queensland Region, including Gold Coast, Brisbane, and Ipswich. Contact us today to explore our delivery options.
Fuel-Efficient Performance Solutions
When you hire APU’s 6.5 Tonne Excavator for your project, rest assured that it comes equipped with innovative features designed for low fuel consumption. The advanced energy-saving system integrates ECO mode, auto idle, and isochronous control, significantly reducing both fuel consumption and environmental impact.