Construction vehicles are used on construction and industrial sites to help teams complete a variety of tasks...Show More
Construction vehicles are used on construction and industrial sites to help teams complete a variety of tasks. In particular, both water trucks and dump trucks transport materials to and from construction sites.
Water trucks are specialized for transporting and distributing water, holding anywhere from 2,000 to 5,000 gallons. They are used for dust control, compaction, fire maintenance, filling tanks used in cement mixing or power washing, and cleaning construction equipment after use.
Dump trucks are built to handle solid materials, holding anywhere from 6.5 to 14 tons. They are great for transporting materials to and from job sites. The vehicle’s hydraulic mechanism enables operators to easily tilt, tip, or lower the dump container so that loads can be easily discarded. Check out the FAQs below to learn more.
Equipment ID: 60-1000
Equipment ID: 60-1040
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Construction truck rental costs depend on factors such as size, location, and duration of the rental. We rent water trucks with a 2,000-to-2,999 gallon capacity and a 4,000-to-4,999 gallon capacity and a variety of dump trucks. Contact BigRentz to request a quote so we can find the truck that meets your needs.
Water trucks can help with dust control, fire maintenance for job sites in wooded areas, filling reservoirs or tanks used for cement mixing or power washing, filling pools or ponds, cleaning construction equipment after use, and transporting water to farmland. They are also used in various phases of the compaction process for road construction by adding water to aggregates, ensuring a more consistent and smooth compaction surface.
Dump trucks are used for transporting solid materials to job sites or taking them out of job sites. They haul and dump large volumes of loose matter, from building material to demolition waste. The vehicle’s hydraulic mechanism enables operators to tilt, tip, or lower the dump container so that loads can be easily discarded.
The main difference between off-road and on-road dump trucks is the terrain they’re built to handle. Off-road dump trucks are better at navigating uneven, rough terrain, and on-road dump trucks are built for use on solid ground. Off-road trucks are typically used in mining or heavy dirt hauling, while on-road ones are used for jobs in areas like highways. Within on-road and off-road dump trucks, there are different kinds of trucks.
Types of on-road dump trucks include standard, transfer, truck and pup, and side dump.
The main types of off-road dump trucks are rigid haul and articulated dump trucks.