In the era of economic growth , mankind faces a number of tasks and thus seek their solutions. Whether it is for the benefit of our people or against nature, judge for yourself .
We present the gigantic machinery of the century.
Liebherr LTM 11200-9.1 is the largest mobile crane in the world
But their mobility , this crane is the largest capacity in the world. It has the longest telescopic boom – 100 meters, with an additional extension can reach a length 126 m
Again the same brand , but another facility – Liebherr R9800
This excavator is designed for loading of trucks with a capacity of 360 tons .
Own weight is 800 tons. There is a choice between forward or reverse bucket , as in both cases the bucket capacity is 42 cubic meters and it is 76 tons scoops material.
Let’s take a look at the biggest bulldozer – Komatsu D575
This machine with incredible size is designed and manufactured by Komatsu Limited concern in factories in Tokyo and Osaka . Used in mines in North America. The blade of the bulldozer is measuring 3.64 meters x 7.4 meters and accommodates 69 cubic meters of material. Total operating weight of D575 is 153 tons . If you need to transport the required 5 heavy trucks, one carrying only a knife.
Weighing 258 tons, volume of 40.52 cubic meters bucket and scoop 72 tons…
takes place in the ranking the largest wheel loader is L- 2350 , manufactured by LeTourneau Inc. Designed for loading dump trucks with a capacity of 400 tons . For those of you who can not imagine how a huge , in fact, an example : in the volume of the bucket has enough space for a firefighter truck.
And here’s the biggest champion in technical progress
Known as MAN TAKRAF RB293, it is the largest rotary excavator in the world. Bagger 293 is 96 meters high , with a modest length of 225 meters and a weight of 14,200 tons . Its capacity is 240,000 cubic meters of overburden per day . Built in 1995 by MAN TAKRAF ( Germany) , initially used to transport space shuttles to the starting substrate. Its main purpose is for the mining industry , is used in the coal mine Hambach in Germany.