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Bucket capacity

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Fuel tank capacity



Travel speed



Slewing speed






Bucket digging force



Ground pressure



Hydraulic pump model



Max. flow



Work pressure



Hydraulic tank volume



Excavators are used in many ways:
Digging of trenches, holes, foundations
Material handling
Brush cutting with hydraulic attachments
Forestry work
Forestry mulching
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:Have you heard about a geode that was found with an intelligently crafted ceramic disk inside?
A load of crap....there is stuff like this all over used in an attempt to prove a young Earth - compatible with the Bible etc.
Q:What's the difference between a big excavator and a small excavator?
The difference between big and small is that the rotation is not the same, and the operation is not the same.
Q:Clutch change.diy job?
No beer until the job is done! I am a DYI type myself, and have owned a lot of second hand (or more cars). From seeing the problems others have made, it is my conviction that beer and mechanical work do not mix. If you can find an engine hoist to rent (or buy) at a reasonable price, and have a second car to use for a parts runner- give some thought to doing it yourself. The sticking point on this job will come at one of two places (based on past experience)- 1. Pilot bearing. There is a special tool/s that may be needed. Some times they don't work because the old one is too far in (see the beer issue). So I have resorted to a die grinder more then once to get the old one out. Please don't do all this work with out replacing it, failure to do so can ruin the input shaft on some transmissions (see the beer issue). 2. Resurfacing the flywheel. If done soon enough the glaze will at least need to be broken for the new clutch to seat and work right. Other wise clutch chatter happens. If you have waited too long to do the job it will need resurfaced (the reason for a back up car). Of course if you get a spare fly wheel in advance (used or a light weight one) this can be avoided. Of course there will be something that goes wrong (putting the clutch disk in backwards, lost bolts, difficultly separating the assemblies or any one of other things). But if all goes close to plan, it is a four hour job. If things go wrong there might be a days delay waiting for parts. So plan accordingly.
Q:can any one help find a attachment?
it is called a scrap grapple do a search on OKorder
Q:How to find the total volume of Earthmovers buckets?
Spec sheets for excavators like the one on the first link typically talk about the SAE standard at 2/1 heaped. The standard is the Society of Automotive Engineers standard J742. Interestingly this standard, which came out in 1979 was cancelled in 2001 and not replaced. However you can still purchase this document for $98.from the second link. The summary for the standard says Description: This standard applies to buckets of loaders (as defined by SAE J1057a, Identification Terminology of Earthmoving Machines). This method applies primarily to buckets having parallel sides and a cutting edge parallel to the top edge of the back sheet. Moderately clipped back sheet corners will introduce no appreciable errors. Bucket teeth, tooth adapters, as well as other similar local discontinuities are ignored. a. Interpretation of irregular shaped cutting edges is identified in paragraph 4.4. b. Interpretation of irregular shaped side sheets is identified in paragraph 4.5. Purpose - The purpose of this standard is to provide a uniform method for determining the SAE struck capacity and rated capacity. The volume calculations used result in a realistically conservative heaped volume. The calculations are based on the inside physical dimensions of the bucket only without regard to bucket action provided by any particular machine. For rating purposes, a nominal heaped load with a 2:1 angle of repose is to be used with bucket orientation dictated by the strike plane defined in paragraph 3.1. This in no way implies that the loader linkage must carry the bucket oriented in this attitude, or that all materials will naturally have a 2:1 angle of repose. So effectively use geometry depending on the buckets shape. If it has parallel sides its going to be height X width X length for the struck volume with the addition of the prism for the heaped volume. 2/1 means 2 horizontal for 1 vertical. So the prism volume will be length X width X width / 8.
Q:how can i can an excavator license?
Don't know about Canada but in the USA you have to have a contractor's license! You have to be able to drive the equipment and be certified (depending on the state you are in) best of luck
Q:Is it bad to put diesel in a hydraulic fluid reservoir?
When compressed, diesel fuel explodes.
Q:Would Excavators insurance cover our damaged well?
I might suggest one to try this web page where you can get quotes from the best companies: INSUREQUOTE.US/?src=5YA... RE :Would Excavators insurance cover our damaged well? A few months ago we had some excavation work done by a licensed and insured excavator in our back yard near the well about 15 feet or so. He removed a lot of ledge and tree stumps and buried them to level yard. With in a week we got a terrible odor and bacteria. We have treated the well twice and the bacteria keeps returning w/ awful smells and our water tests are all over the place. We had great drinking water prior to work done. Because the bacteria has returned once again the well may be damaged and we are looking into that now. If the well is damaged does his insurance cover our damages? How do we find out?? Follow 3 answers
Q:Can teenagers work at a Cemetery?
well of course you may work at a cemetary, sweetie, if that is a place you like and it makes you feel at home. You may also like to check the the movie 'Sean of the Living Dead'
Q:What can I rent to make a level area for my new pool?
It would be best and economical to rent a bobcat for a day for about 400-450.00 a day and level off your land to insure that the pool would be level. Or contact your local Landscaper and Design Team and they ususally will have a bobcat ..But they Will CHarge Outrageously. Or Why wont you let the pool people do it for you..They probably will have to contract out..But it will be done professionaly. Unfortunately There are some things that We as Homeowners Must never try to tackle. good luck =}

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