Excavator - SC SERIES - excavator - SC200.8

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Weight

(T)

20.6

Bucket capacity

(m 3 )

0.8-0.93

Engine model

 

CUMMINS 6BTAA5.9

Power

(kw/r/min)

112/1950

Fuel tank capacity

(L)

350

Travel speed

(km/h)

5.2/3.5

Slewing speed

(r/min)

11.7

Gradeability

(%)

70

Bucket digging force

(KN)

138

Ground pressure

(KPa)

44.9

Hydraulic pump model

 

K3V112DT

Max. flow

(L/min)

206*2

Work pressure

(MPa)

34.3

Hydraulic tank volume

(L)

246

Excavators are used in many ways:
Digging of trenches, holes, foundations
Material handling
Brush cutting with hydraulic attachments
Forestry work
Forestry mulching
Demolition
General grading/landscaping
Mining, especially, but not only open-pit mining
River dredging
Driving piles, in conjunction with a pile driver
Drilling shafts for footings and rock blasting, by use of an auger or

 

Hydraulic drill attachment 

Hydraulic excavator capabilities have expanded far beyond excavation tasks with buckets. With the advent of hydraulic-powered attachments such as a breaker, a grapple or an auger, the excavator is frequently used in many applications other than excavation. Many excavators feature a quick coupler for simplified attachment mounting, increasing the machine's utilization on the jobsite. Excavators are usually employed together with loaders and bulldozers. Most wheeled, compact and some medium-sized (11 to 18-tonne) excavators have a backfill (or dozer) blade. This is a horizontal bulldozer-like blade attached to the undercarriage and is used for levelling and pushing removed material back into a hole. 

 



 

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Q:excavator safety not working?
not going to look up your particular model but some have a safety interlock handle on both control towers, if so make sure there both down, if that's not the case then you have a faulty micro switch at the interlock handle, a faulty interlock solenoid, or a problem with the wiring, if its new enough to have a ECM then that could be another issue, in any case I'd suggest a mechanic.
Q:I want to know the information crawler excavator?
For more information on excavators and more information on other engineering machinery, such as: bulldozers, road rollers, cranes and concrete spraying machine information.
Q:Why is my excavator heater not working?
Flush out the heating system with radiator flush ,the instructions are on the tin .
Q:Home building costs.?
1000 dollars per 100 foot so 1700 sq ft = 17000 dollars generally even if you dig your own hole and back fill it they usually charge the same if you feel real froggy you can pour your own we have but be prepared for mistakes and frustration - if contracted any mistakes are their fault the parentals said never again
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Q:Questions About Iron Ore?
A. Iron ore is generally mined from huge open pit mines using explosives, huge excavators huge dumper trucks. B. Haematite is the main iron ore produced (Fe2O3) which is easier to process than the higher iron content, magnetite (Fe3O4). Production in 2011 was estimated to have been 2,800 million tonnes. As yet unused resources are estimated to exceed 800 billion tonnes of iron ore. C. There are vast resources of iron ore particularly in Africa and Latin America which remain unexploited. D. Iron ore is used to make iron which in turn is alloyed with small quantities of other metals, in particular nickel, chromium and molybdenum to make different types of STEEL. Steel is primarily used for providing the strength in high rise building construction but is also used in motor car manufacture many other engineering applications. E. Iron ore deposits have to be very large in order to be worth mining so as to reduce the unit cost to as low as possible. F. In order to transport such vaste amounts of iron ore, from the mine to a deep water port, railways are generally constructed. At the port, the ore is transferred onto ships which then take the iron ore to their destination country (generally China) where it is smelted into iron then made into steel. G. There is work for geologists to evaluate the iron ore deposits to ensure that they mined as efficiently as possible, for mining engineers, for dumper truck drivers, for all those involved with railway construction. There is also work for ships and for those working in the construction industry in China. H. Those seeking to explore mine iron deposits in Africa, those involved with railway construction.
Q:can i move 20 cubic yards of topsoil twenty feet with a wheelbarrow and a shovel?
I don't know how much 20 cubic yards is exactly- I know that my husband moved about 4 pick up truck loads from the driveway to the backyard to fill in a pond about 6 ft x 6 ft. He did it pretty much alone and it took about 2 days. With a friend, 2 days, you should be able to get a lot done. I would say you both should have a wheelbarrow and a shovel if possible to make it go faster. Good Luck...
Q:hi i was wondering what would be the quickest way to install 200 metres of ranch style fencing?
Have put up a lot of fences... but not necessarily an expert. Good sources on the web in many DIY places... but in my opinion: A lot depends on the type of soil you're putting the posts in, and the climate. Dry climate and rocky soil would be less dependent on adding concrete. Moist climate and/or sandy soil would require something more substantial. And, it also depends on how high the fence is going to be and what you intend to keep in or keep out. In any case, would likely recommend treating the bottom couple of feet of the posts with a tar or creosote before installation to prevent rot and moisture penetration (Regardless of whether you use cement or not.) My experience, in rocky soil and an alpine climate, involved using a post-hole attachment on an International Harvester, a spud bar to break up rocks, and a supply of rocks to tamp back around the post once it was dry set. Six inches of large gravel in the hole. Insert post. Tamp large rocks around post with spud bar. Fill with dirt. Tamp some more. No concrete. Posts that loosen with time can be readily re-set. A slightly improved option, is to set the corner posts and gate posts in concrete and dry set the others. That works pretty well and saves some $$$. If you're going all out: treat the posts, drill the holes, bed with gravel, set the post, fill with concrete, slope the concrete away from the post, use bracing as necessary to maintain plumb. Can do a bunch or a few at a time that way. Make sure to cover the concrete with plastic as it dries to slow the drying and reduce cracking. Good luck. I'm sure there are lots of other good/better ideas as well. One nice option = the poly/vinyl fencing. Less weight. Very durable. Comes with instructions.
Q:Excavator b.c.d what do you mean?
The problem is not with speculation, you ask a very likely refers to the similar 320B, 320C, Carter 320D, this BCD refers to the machine is the first of several generations of products, 320D is updating models behind the 320C, not all excavator manufacturers are represented by the letter, most are in the digital form, such as my most the Hitachi models are EX-1, EX-2, EX-3, EX-4, EX-5, ZX-1, ZX-3, ZX-3G, ZX-5G and other models.
Q:What types of proffessions are needed to build a house?
Excavator, carpenters, electricians, plumbers, HVAC techs, roofers, siders, painters, drywall tapers, landscapers, and cement finishers. Hope this helps.

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