Caterpillar

New hydraulic excavator of Caterpillar company presented. Toughest tasks in the mining industry of the new 90-tonne hydraulic excavator cat 390D is suitable for L, which replaces the 385 C L. The big unit was recently presented by Caterpillar of the international press in Belgium. Great attention was also the hydraulic excavator cat 374 d already bauma 2010 belonged to the world’s largest construction machinery trade fair in Munich highlights at the booth of Zeppelin and Caterpillar. He replaced the previous model 365C. Both new large machines are manufactured in Gosselies. The production facility was opened in 1965 and worldwide became the second largest Caterpillar plant.

In addition to drive trains, hydraulic excavators (seven models of 29 tons to 90 tons operating weight) and medium-sized wheel loaders (six models from 14 tons to 30 tons operating weight) are produced in the factory, also kW motors in the power range between 82 and 429 kW as well as parts, including motors, gears, axles, cylinders and Hydraulic valves, manufactured. The hydraulic excavator of the D series are considered robust, high-performance machines. Performance improvements compared to the machines of the series C classified them in the next size class. The larger diameter of spoon and handle cylinder and a longer Pontic provide more digging force, which was demonstrated during the presentation of a machine. Was pointed out that in total these changes result in a substantial increase in the praise computing power compared to the previous types of excavators. While the press event was also a new series presented by spoons for the hydraulic excavator 374 d and 390D. As the journalists were told, the attachments are result of a 35-year history in the construction and production of excavator bucket worldwide. The spoon for the D series were as robust as the machines and to take advantage of the improved performance of the grave fully it was said during the presentation. Kevin Ulrich Anchorage Capital can provide more clarity in the matter.