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SC360.8 excavator has higher performance, higher quality, higher power, super power, and extra large bucket capacity. The product has the largest engine horse power among similar products in the world, featuring higher reliability, low fuel consumption, and more environmental care. The sturdy and durable working device ensures the most powerful excavating capability. The arm is mounted with impingement plate, which prolongs the service life. It adopts large volume rock bucket with reinforced and thickened plate, which improves the structural strength and durability. The advanced and reliable hydraulic control system brings the engine and main pump power into full play, featuring automatic idling and self-diagnosis of power increase. Safe, comfortable and relaxed operation environment, ergonomically designed cab with homelike operation environment and good vision, low noise, full view front and side windows ensuring good vision from all the directions. The cab is installed with automatic air conditioning system as standard configuration. In 2011, the 36t excavator won the title of “National Key New Product”.                             


Weight (T)34.8
Bucket capacity (m3)1.6
Engine modelCUMMINS 6CTAA8.3
Power (kw/r/min)198/2000
Travel speed (km/h)4.6/2.6
Slewing speed (r/min)8.5
Gradeability (%)70
Bucket digging force (KN)245
Ground pressure (KPa)70.8
Max. flow (L/min)300*2+30
Fuel tank capacity (L)595
Hydraulic tank volume (L)310
O- Max. digging height (mm)10200
P- Max. dumping height (mm)7135
Q- Max. digging depth (mm)7370
R- Max. vertical digging depth (mm)6380
V- Min. slewing radius (mm)4265


A- Overall length (mm)11080
B- Overall width (mm)3190
C- Overall height (boom top) (mm)3180
D- Overall height (cab top) (mm)3280
Boom length (mm)6470
Arm length (mm)

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Q:Who's Responsibility Is It Me Or The Excavator?
Send a demand letter, certified mail, return receipt requested. Demand the $300, and any additional devaluation to the car. They were negligent in their maintenance of the road. They should have known what rain would do, and sent a crew to fix that before any property was damaged. In the demand letter, instruct the company to forward this demand to its insurance carrier. Since they were negligent, their insurance should cover it. Also, a lot of these companies are required to post bonds with the state, not a lot, normally around $50,000, but it will cover your damage. The letter should also reserve your right to add any additional damage to the claim should you discover some. ** Note: This is a general discussion of the subject matter of your question and not legal advice. Local laws or your particular situation may change the general rules. For a specific answer to your question you should consult legal counsel with whom you can discuss all the facts of your case. **
Q:My husband is a blue collar construction worker. He doesn't do well in school but realizes now that he needs?
if he is technically inclined,get him to attend a evening technical college
Q:What sized excavator should I rent?
You're only talking about 60cubic yards of material; you don't need an extremely large excavator for that amount. Even a small, tire-mounted backhoe should be able to easily handle that amount unless it is hard-packed clay, stone or oyster shell. I'm not talking about a terra-mite (a lawn mower with a backhoe attachment) but a decent sized John Deere, Case, Ford or Kubota with a backhoe. Of course, you can go all out and rent a smaller tracked excavator but there really isn't any reason to spend the extra money unless you just want to. They will make the work go quicker but the added expense is, in my opinion, not justified by the time saved. Good luck and enjoy!
Q:What is the name of this first year (1L) contracts case?
It deals with revisions of contractual duty. The case is Brian Constr. Dev. Co. v. Brighenti. I may be wrong, but I don't think this case is covered under the UCC. The UCC deals with the sale of goods, not services.
Q:When was the excavator invented in that country?
The excavator is the earliest human or animal power for digging deep river dredger, bucket capacity is generally not more than 0.2 cubic meters of ~ O.3.From 1833 to 1836, the American Otis design and manufacture of the first steam engine, composite structure, semi rotary, rail mounted single bucket excavator, the productivity is 35 cubic meters / hour, but because of poor economy without application. The improved steam shovel was formally produced in 1870s and applied to strip stripping.
Q:is excavator clay safe for beardies?
No it's perfectly fine. But only when dry
Q:Farmers and excavators, where do you find maintenance manuals cheap for your machines?
Q:The excavator won't hit the car
The 1 key to open the instrument is normal, there is no 2 starter reaction speed is enough, before the 3 switch is back to 4 have no reaction force start 5 is repaired 6 other things if you confirm the normal oil, many oil, diesel oil pump and nozzle to normal. New battery. Normal intake. It may be the wrong circuit, check the circuit should be 1 key to open the instrument is normal, there is no 2 starter reaction speed is enough, before the 3 switch is back to 4 have no reaction force start 5 is repaired 6 other things if you confirm the normal oil, many oil, diesel oil pump and nozzle normal. New battery. Normal intake. That could be a faulty circuit,
Q:Digging down straight in same diameter?
Do you mean a rectangular, 10 x 10 hole? If so: No... at least not very deep. The excavation wall in most earth materials loses structural stability, and so excavation below some practical depth must be sloped to prevent failure. Even in a very competent rock, you cannot go very deep... I'm also neglecting the practicalities of the usual excavation equipment, like a backhoe or excavator, which are limited by the mechanical-arm length and geometry. I guess if you wanted to dig a 10 x 10 hole by HAND (or jackhammer or something), and you progressively reinforced the excavation walls above you as you went, then yes, I suppose you could go pretty deep. OSHA might have something to say about it, but I'm being theoretical as you asked, or semi-theoretical. Now, if you are DRILLING, so that your circular boring is 10 units (inches, feet, whatever) in diameter, then your hole stays more or less the same diameter, although there is wallow-out at the top, and maybe some small percentage of variability throughout- depending on the competence of the earth-material. Even then, you would case a deep boring to prevent wall-failure when you withdraw the augers. What you case it with depends upon your purpose- steel, PVC, cast in-place concrete, whatever. There are also cool boring machines that can drill lovely, round holes of consistent diameter through rock. There's probably plenty of other tech that I'm not experienced or familiar with with, too.
Q:how do you set the time clock on kobelco excavators?
I do not have a kobelco excavator and the dealer ought to have the answer to this question.

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