Avant Compact Loader for Construction & Demolition - Avant Equipment


Three of Avant’s biggest series, the Avant 600, 700 and 800 series are best suited for construction. Thanks to their versatility, agility and power, Avant articulated loaders can take care of various jobs in different stages of a construction project in new building projects, renovations or demolition. On the construction site the Avant machine doubles as a forklift, loader, digger and demolition robot – it can even be used to move aggregate when required.

The compact and light Avant loader is also made for working inside buildings. Due to its small size, it can be lifted to higher floors, and the hydraulics output allows you to make use of our wide range of attachments on the same basic loader. Hydrostatic power transmission, telescopic boom and joystick control give you full precision control for the best possible results.

On construction sites, safety is the foremost concern. Our designers take safety very seriously, and that’s why our loaders feature secure railings on the safety roof, various cab options, brilliant visibility from the cab, a sideways-fixed articulated joint and low center of gravity.

Transporting the loader from one site to another is easy and can be done with a regular trailer with brakes. On the site, the Avant loader can access incredibly tight spots and can also be lifted onto higher floors from designated lift-up spots. Avant’s low usage and maintenance costs are a considerable advantage especially in laborious and intensive construction projects.

  • Bigger lifting capacity of up to 1500kg
  • Up to 3.1m lift height
  • Great manoeuvrability with articulated steering
  • Reduces operating and maintenance costs
  • Save time and man power
  • Easy access and operation
  • Minimal to no surface damage
  • Year-round cabin options
  • Over 190 attachments available
  • 18 different models ranging from 20hp to 57hp
  • Telescopic boom
  • 25 years in Australia
  • Reliability
  • Increases productivity
  • 4 Wheel Drive