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Mahindra EarthMaster Backhoe Loader

Backed by the Mahindra Group, a $19.4 Billion global conglomerate, and with “Rise” as the Group’s governing spirit, Mahindra Construction Equipment was born to help people earn more profit and to help them rise.


Decades of learnings from Mahindra’s tractor and utility vehicle brands, has helped shape Mahindra Construction Equipment. EarthMaster as a brand is well established in India and has over 8000 happy customers since its launch ten years ago. It has greatly helped build India during this time and will continue to do so. After all, it’s made in India, made by Indians, and made for India.


The EarthMaster is engineered to help you succeed – keeping Indian conditions and usage patterns in mind. It has been built using state-of-the-art technology, and its superior performance and stringent quality checks ensure guaranteed success for you. That apart, the EarthMaster also comes with advanced iMAXX technology that offers you vital information pertaining to the vehicle like Location Tracking, Geo Fencing, Fuel Tracking, and more.


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Build a better India with a machine that was made for India – the EarthMaster SX Smart50. The machine has a 36.2 kW (49.2 HP) engine, offering a best-in-class fuel efficiency of 4.2* litres/hour. Its large radiator ensures that it doesn’t overheat in peak summers.


The EarthMaster SX Smart50 is optimised for high-level backhoe performance, having been designed specifically to suit harsh Indian conditions and to offer you incredible savings.


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When it comes to building a nation, only the toughest and best will do. And there are no backhoe loaders better than the EarthMaster SX.


These machines have a 55 kW (74 HP) engine, offering a best-in-class fuel efficiency of 4.5* litres/hour. Their large radiators ensure they don’t overheat in peak summers.


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The most fuel-efficient backhoe loader, EarthMaster VX is equipped with a joystick that makes it easy to operate as compared to mechanical levers. This joystick enables effortless, convenient, and smooth operations, reducing operator fatigue and increasing productivity.


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The Best Backhoe loader is the one which provides optimal solutions to the customer. In India, the customers are more inclined towards the reliability and low operational cost of backhoe loaders. Here are some important points for a good backhoe loader.

  • • Minimal design, maximum power- the machine should be easily able to navigate narrow corridors, alleys or side streets and has a reduced environmental footprint.
  • • Size consideration- Size is an important consideration for a backhoe loader. Digging depth can range anywhere from nine to over sixteen feet with larger models costing more.
  • • Powerful mechanics- A powerful diesel engine at the heart and amazing hydraulics are also a must in a backhoe loader.
  • • Hydraulics - It is important to make sure you have the right auxiliary hydraulics in order to properly operate an attachment. Some attachments require unidirectional hydraulics while others require bidirectional hydraulics.
  • • Features- Backhoes can be outfitted with a multitude of attachments to improve the machine’s versatility and income potential. The company should be able to provide the OEM fitted attachments as per the design of the product.
  • • Low maintenance cost and fuel economy- Equipment Should have lower maintenance cost. The lesser the cost, the better it is, and this is possible with the modern machines in the segment. So, look out for such machines.

Backhoe loaders may be classified as follows :

  • • HP wise: Here the Engine HP of the backhoe loader is taken into consideration. They can vary from 50 HP to 100+ HP depending on the country and application.
  • • AC / Non-AC machine: It is also classified as per the cabin of the machine. It can have AC with heating arrangement or a basic cabin.

There are many other features which can be listed for backhoe loaders. The features mentioned above are the major features.

The backhoe loader is designed to move easily over the rough terrain. While the loader is attached in the front and is designed to do several tasks like picking and carrying large amounts of loose materials from one place to the other and pushing dirt, a backhoe is attached at the back and is used to dig up hard and compact material, usually earth or to lift heavy loads. The backhoe has three segments i.e., boom, stick and bucket.

Apart from performing the above-mentioned basic task, Backhoe Loaders can also do jobs like digging ditches, laying pipes, planting underground cables or laying the foundation for buildings and drainage systems and with few additional attachments, they can do much more. If an augur is attached to the backhoe, it can be used to drill holes for planting trees, signs, and fencing projects in a variety of soil types. By joining a bucket for cleaning the ditch on the rear, grading and slope-cutting can be easily done with the BHL. Asphalt cutter can be attached to the backhoe to repair roads. Apart from the above, various other attachments are also available which can be easily attached to the Backhoe Loaders to perform a number of other tasks.

  • • While both the backhoe loader and the excavators can perform most tasks there are some striking differences between the two which one should consider when considering using or buying either of equipment for their respective job sites.
  • Design: The backhoe is pretty much a tractor fitted with a shovel /bucket at front end and a backhoe on the back. the excavator on the other end consisted of a boom, stick, bucket, and cabin mounted on a rotating platform. The excavators are more so specialty machines as compared to the backhoe loader which are much more versatile.
  • Size: The excavators are usually rather large and can weigh up to 90 metric tonnes in the standard category. The mini excavators weigh up to 6 metric tonnes while the midi excavators usually weigh anything between 6-10 metric tonnes. The backhoe loaders usually weigh under 10 metric tonnes. Compared to the standard crawler excavator the backhoe loader is relatively much smaller and compact.
  • Wheels: The backhoe loader usually has tires while the excavator usually has tracks instead of tires. The tracks may be made of metal or rubber depending on the size of the machine and the requirement of the job site. The wheels of the backhoe loader leave visible tyre tracks and can damage the top layer of the soil while the tracks of the excavator are much easier on the top layer of the soil.
  • Swing: The excavator has a 360-degree swing while the backhoe loader has a restricted 200-degree swing on the left and right side.
  • Expense: The owning expense of a standard excavator is much higher compared to the standard backhoe. The storage, transportation, maintenance, and renting/ leasing costs follow suit. Using a backhoe usually fits in with even the most constricted budgets.
  • Cabin: The cab of the excavator sits on a rotating platform while the cabin in a backhoe is stationary. The backhoe loader has a swiveling seat to position the operator in the appropriate direction depending on which end of the backhoe is being used.
  • Transportation: The excavator needs to be transported from one place to another on a carrier vehicle. The backhoe loader on the other hand can be driven at speeds of up to 25 Kmph and transported easily on its own. The transportation costs of the excavator are relatively high when compared to those of backhoe loaders.
  • Job site management: The standard crawler excavators are better suited for heavy duty work on bigger job sites with sufficient open spaces. The backhoe loaders are usually preferred for relatively smaller and constricted job sites with much less leg room for movement. The backhoe loader is usually preferred for light to medium duty work.
  • Work profile: Backhoe loaders are usually used for light transportation of building material, construction, small demolitions, excavation, digging trenches and holes, breaking asphalt, paving roads, land scaring etc. The excavators on the other hand are primarily used for excavation jobs. However, with appropriate attachments the excavators can be used for boring, ripping, crushing, ripping, and cutting etc.