GC88-8 Hydraulic Crawler Excavator’s Operating Weight is 8.7t, equipped with YANMAR 4TNV98T-SFN Engine, with Boom 3.91m, Arm 1.65m, Bucket 0.35m3, and Blade 2300mm×342.3mm.
GC88-8 Hydraulic Crawler Excavator
JEIL, Korea; Variable axial piston motor
Four-cylinder in line, turbocharged, water cooling
Support roller quantities
Carrier roller quantities
No. of cylinder
Bore and stroke
Drawbar pulling force
Cab ＆ Control
All-weather, sound-suppressed Cab and equipped with a heavy, insulated Floor Mat; Front Window can be opened and slid; 6-direction adjustable Seat; LED display, Automatic monitoring, display and warning; cool & hot Air Conditioner
variable double–piston pump
Max. discharge flow
Max. discharge pressure
Boom, arm and bucket
Two hand levers and two foot pedals for travel Two hand levers for excavating and swing;
Electric rotary-type engine throttle
Boom, Arm ＆ Bucket
Pilot control pump
Main control valve
Negative flow control
Air cooled type
Swing motor type
Hydraulic oil released
Hydraulic disc brake
Hydraulic oil tank
115L Tank oil level
136L Hydraulic system
Max. digging depth
Max. dumping height
Max. digging height
Max. vertical digging depth
Max. Depth cut for 2440m(8')Level Bottom
Max. digging distance
Max. digging radius at ground level
Min. swing radius of work equipment
Digging Force (ISO6015) Unit: kN
Bucket digging force
Arm digging force
Arm Type 1750mm
Ground contact length (Transportation)
Overall height(to top of boom)
Overall height(to top of cab)
Counter weight ground clearance
Revolving frame width
Tail swing radius
Distance from swivel center to tail
Operating Weight and Ground Pressure
Operating weight includes basic machine (with boom 3.91m, arm 1.65m, bucket 0.35m3, and blade 2300mm×342.3mm)
- Q:Why won't my excavator start?
- 1. Loosen the fittings on the filter to purge air... 2. Lightly ether start engine... 3. Tighten fittings when leaking diesel fuel...
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- Q:Dozer\excavator work. How much $$ to dig a hole?
- u need a front loader. call a excavator for estimates in ur area.
- Q:Building a Bridge - how and where to buy parts?
- I think your first idea is the best one, but I would say to use 6 concrete supports ( three on each side adding a middle support) because you don't want to have a 6' span of 2X6 material. Take a 1000 pound horse or more than one and you may have a board break as it ages, not to mention that the 2X6's will warp down with moisture and time. So build the supports with 12 concrete tubes, for the frame from side to side I would use a double 2X10 instead of a single 6X6 for the 3 beams you would build, and then either 2X6 or 2X8 on the flat for the deck of your bridge. Considering the water exposure you should use stainless steel screws to join the deck boards down to the frame and TimberLok screws for the framing.
- Q:switching from john deer to cat?
- I can't remember if those had a switch inside or if you have to look under the rear floorboard for the switch.
- Q:how do you tighten the tracks on a bobcat 442?
- Use titanium silicone tritium lubricant with a 7/16th metric lug nut!
- Q:Who discovered the tomb of King Tut-Ankh-Amun?
- Howard Carter.Though several of the foremost excavators over the past century had declared there was nothing left to find in the Valley of the Kings, Howard Carter and his sponsor, Lord Carnarvon, spent a number of years and a lot of money searching for a tomb they weren't sure existed. In November 1922, they found it. Carter had discovered not just an unknown ancient Egyptian tomb, but one that had lain nearly undisturbed for over 3,000 years. What lay within astounded the world.
- Q:What is this antique surgical instrument?
- one picture is worth a thousand words.
- Q:The hourly fuel consumption and digging capacity of excavators 10
- If you use some larger excavators, such as 220; 300; 350; 400; oil consumption and excavation volume have different degrees of improvement.
- Q:Why do most all Dump trucks say Do not push on back?
- To conserve weight dump beds are realtively thin sheet metal construction and will not resist pushing with earth-moving equipment loaders,dozer,compactors,shovels,excavat... trucks etc. without bending. The usual occassion for pushing(or pulling) is when the truck is stuck,hence necessitating considerable force to move it----which is enough force to cause misalignment of the dump hydraulics,and even the frame itself. Especially bottom dump trucks have this defficiency (more apt to get stuck while unloading) and so they very often have a Push Block at their rear to allow the force to be translated directly to the truck frame which often as not is reinforced for just such occassions. Push block is easily recognized: they are heavy steel structures welded to the rear usually allowing 2 to 3 feet distance to the truck structure proper--they resemble the push block seen on scrapers but smaller. Usually rear dumps afford little/no space for placement of push blocks. They have to be pulled when they get stuck(not that often with a skilled driver !) Rear dumps are apt to get stuck when loading more so than dumping---as it dumps it has to roll forward to escape the pile. Loading by means of large excavator/shovel creates overflow and piles accumulate at point of loading, when a rear dump becomes enmired in such occassions the excavator operator(if he knows his stuff) can carefully (!!) push on the load of material in the loaded bed of the filled truck so that the immediate deformation from the force is taken up in the piled material not the truck's metal surface/frame/hydraulics, and the boost thus gained can allow the trucks engine/transmission to drive clear of the loose material creating the problem. When this occurs the excavator operator is at fault for sloppy loading--he is required to keep the loading area clear of loose material !!!!
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