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Excavators & Their Hydraulic Components

VHS Hydraulic Components Complete Hydraule Campanent Supply EXCAVATORS AND THEIR HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS Excavators are usually used for moving large amounts of earth on construction sites. They're very large machines, and even an average sized model can weigh in excess of 25 tons. Here we take a look at some other typical statistics for an average excavator. TRACKS MEASUREMENTS וחה Weight: 28.2 tons Length: 10.6 metres Width: 3.2 metres Height: 3.3 metres Bucket width: 1.3 metres All tracked vehicles use a hydraulic motor and a free-spinning toothed wheel to move the machine's tracks over a set of rollers. A typical excavator has capacity for: Bucket capacity: 1.1 cubic metres Digging depth: 7.5 metres Reach: 10 metres Hydraulic oil: 320 litres ENGINE DRIVING Cylinders: 6 Horsepower: 340 RPM: 1900 Fuel: 530 litr Engine oil: 22 litres Max speed: 4.9 km/hr Max traction: 25,143 kgf Swing speed: 11 rpm Max digging force: 18 tons Ground pressure: 7.7 psi HYDRAULIC POWER The machine's engine provides power to pumps that can typically generate around 140 gallons per minute at 4,500 psi. The pumps are connected to hydraulic pistons by high-pressure hydraulic lines. These pistons allow the machine's arm and bucket to extend and retract. This hydraulic system, along with the motor for the tracks can all be controlled from the cabin with joystick and pedal controls. VHS Hydraulic Components are your no.1 source for industry leading hydraulic component brands including Walvoil, Casappa, Sunfab, Brevini, Emmegi, Rexroth and many more. For more information on your specialist requirements visit www.hydraulic-components.net Unit 2 Carley Drive Sheffield S20 8NQ United Kingdom VHS Hydraulic Components Complete Hydraulic Compon ent Supply Tel: 01142 764430 Fax: 01142 472526 email: info@hydraulic-components.net www.hydraulic-components.net

Excavators & Their Hydraulic Components

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In this infographic we take a look at some typical statistics for an average excavator and their hydraulic components.

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