A bulldozer is a continuous tracked tractor equipped with a substantial metal blade used to push large quantities of rock and sand during construction or conversion work and typically equipped at the rear with a ripper to loosen compacted material or rocks.
The current bull dozers on site include:
WD 600 : High productivity is the story of the WD600 wheeled dozer. The operator has two engine power modes, load sensing hydraulics and a modulated clutch system to harness the 527 horsepower to maximize production when moving mass quantities of rock.
CAT D8 : Large track-type tractor designed and manufactured by Caterpillar. It is equipped with a detachable large blade and a rear ripper attachment.
CAT D9 : 354 kW (474 hp) of gross power and an operating weight of 49 tons, is in the upper end of Caterpillar's track-type tractors.
One of the most widely used machines in construction today and is noted for its extreme versatility and payload capacity to perform multiple tasks at a low cost. Wheel loaders are primarily used in feeding the crusher.
The current wheel loaders on site include:
WA500 : Gross Power 234.9 kw. Displacement, 15.2 L. Number of Cylinders, 6. Aspiration, Turbocharged. Operating weight 29470 kg. Fuel Capacity 460 L. Hydraulic System Fluid Capacity, 175 L.
966 H : Length with Bucket on Ground 7.8 m. B. Width Over Tires 2.8 m. C. Height to Top of Cab, 3.5 m. D. Wheelbase 3.4 m. E. Reach at Max Lift and Dump 1.1 m.
980 L : Arriving soon...