SIH:S hydraulic system Excavator SH130-5

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Excavators are heavy construction equipment consisting of a boom, stick, bucket and cab on a rotating platform known as the "house". The house sits atop an undercarriage with tracks or wheels. A cable-operated excavator uses winches and steel ropes to accomplish the movements. They are a natural progression from the steam shovels and often called power shovels. All movement and functions of a hydraulic excavator are accomplished through the use of hydraulic fluid, with hydraulic cylinders and hydraulic motors. Due to the linear actuation of hydraulic cylinders, their mode of operation is fundamentally different from cable-operated excavators.


Modern, hydraulic excavators come in a wide variety of sizes. The smaller ones are called mini or compact excavators. For example, Caterpillar's smallest mini-excavator weighs 2,060 pounds (930 kg) and has 13 hp; their largest model is the largest excavator available (a record previously held by the Orenstein & Koppel RH400) the CAT 6090, it weighs in excess of 2,160,510 pounds (979,990 kg), has 4500 hp and has a bucket size of around 52.0 m³ depending on bucket fitted.


Engines in hydraulic excavators usually just drive hydraulic pumps; there are usually 3 pumps: the two main pumps are for supplying oil at high pressure (up to 5000 psi) for the arms, swing motor, track motors, and accessories, and the third is a lower pressure (700 psi) pump for Pilot Control, this circuit used for the control of the spool valves, this allows for a reduced effort required when operating the controls.

Specifications of excavator:

Working Range

Arm length2.23 m2.62 m3.05 m
Boom length5.15 m
A ( Max.digging radius )8 670 mm9 040 mm9 380 mm
B ( Max.digging depth )5 660 mm6 060 mm6 490 mm
C ( Max.digging height )9 010 mm9 240 mm9 290 mm
D ( Max.dumping height )6 380 mm6 610 mm6 690 mm
E ( Max.vertical wall cut depth )4 720 mm5 080 mm5 220 mm
F ( Min.front swing radius )2 980 mm2 990 mm2 980 mm
G ( Rear end swing radius )2 450 mm2 450 mm2 450 mm


Arm length2.23 m2.62 m3.05 m
A Overall length8 490 mm8 440 mm8 520 mm
B Length from center of machine (to arm top)6 080 mm6 030 mm6 110 mm
C Upper structure rear end radius2 450 mm2 450 mm2 450 mm
D Center to center of wheels3 190 mm3 190 mm3 190 mm
E Overall track length3 990 mm3 990 mm3 990 mm
F Overall height3 000 mm2 960 mm3 130 mm
G Clearance height under upper structure1 020 mm1 020 mm1 020 mm
H Shoe lug height26 mm26 mm26 mm
I Cab height2 930 mm2 930 mm2 930 mm
J Upper structure overall width2 540 mm2 540 mm2 540 mm
K Width from center of machine (left side)1 290 mm1 290 mm1 290 mm
L Width from center of machine (right side)1 250 mm1 250 mm1 250 mm
M Track gauge1 990 mm1 990 mm1 990 mm
N Overall width2 590 mm2 590 mm2 590 mm
O Std.Shoe width600 mm600 mm600 mm
P Minimum ground clearance440 mm440 mm440 mm
Q Handrail height2 950 mm2 950 mm2 950 mm

Principle Specifications

BaseBoom length5.15m
Arm length2.62m
Bucket capacity (ISO heaped)0.62m3
Std.operating weight16 900kg
EngineMake & modellSUZU AI-4JJ1X
Rated output89.2kW/2200 min-1
Piston displacement2999ml(cc)
Hydraulic SystemMain pump2 variable displacement axial piston pumps
Max. pressure34.3 Mpa
(with auto power boost)36.3 Mpa
Travel motorVariable displacement axial piston motor
Parking brake typeMechanical disc brake
Swing motorFixed displacement axial piston motor
PerformanceTravel speed5.4/2.8 km/h
Traction force161 kN
Grade ability70%<35º>
Ground pressure40 kPa
Swing speed11.5 min-1
Bucket112 kN
/with power boost118 kN
Arm79 kN
/with power boost84 kN
OthersFuel tank300 liter
Hydraulic fluid tank90 liter


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FAQ of excavator:

Q: What are the main functions of excavators?

A: Excavator is the machine that can excavate the the soil of various types forcefully and then using hydraulic system a hydraulic force is generated and utilizing this force bucket is exchange with some other attachments then excavator can be used for multi-purpose. For exemple pile diver, hydraulic jack hammer etc...


Q: What are the main type of excavators?

A: Crawler excavator; Wheel excavator;


Q: What is the application of excavators?

A: The excavator has increased the work speed tremendously. It is used extensively in numerous fields, including the following:

Wood removal in forests

•Normal grading work and landscaping

•Cutting of brushes with attachments

•Demolition of structures, and removal of debris

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