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Category: Earth moving plants -> Crawler excavators / Earth moving plants -> Backhoes
1979 VEB Schwermaschinenbau „Georgi Dimitroff“ Bucked Chain Excavator ERs 710
Date built: 1979
Condition: Used
1979 VEB Schwermaschinenbau „Georgi Dimitroff“ Bucked Chain Excavator ERs 710
Ad ID: M99316
Pullach 82049 Germany
Main dimensions
length ca. 82,50 m
width ca. 18,50 m
height ca. 21,00 m

Service mass
ca. 996 t

Power supply
6-kV- trailing cable
Price on request
Category: Earth moving plants -> Crawler excavators / Earth moving plants -> Backhoes
1974 VEB Schwermaschinenbau Lauchhammerwerk Bucked Wheel Excavator SRs 1300
Date built: 1974
Condition: Used
1974 VEB Schwermaschinenbau Lauchhammerwerk Bucked Wheel Excavator SRs 1300
Ad ID: M99317
Pullach 82049 Germany
Main dimensions
length ca. 80,50 m
width ca. 20,00 m
height ca. 30,40 m

Service mass
ca. 1645 t

Power supply
6-kV- trailing cable
Price on request
Category: Earth moving plants -> Crawler excavators / Earth moving plants -> Backhoes
1978 VEB Schwermaschinenbau „Georgi Dimitroff“ Bucked Chain Slewing Excavator Es3750
Date built: 1978
Condition: Used
1978 VEB Schwermaschinenbau „Georgi Dimitroff“ Bucked Chain Slewing Excavator Es3750
Ad ID: M99320
Pullach 82049 Germany
Main dimensions
length 137,00 m
width 50,60 m
height 40,50 m

Service mass
5118 t

Power supply
2 x 6-kV- trailing cable

Theoretical ...
Price on request
Category: Earth moving plants -> Crawler excavators / Earth moving plants -> Backhoes
1978 VEB Schwermaschinenbau „Georgi Dimitroff“ Bucked Chain Slewing Excavator Es3750
Date built: 1978
Condition: Used
1978 VEB Schwermaschinenbau „Georgi Dimitroff“ Bucked Chain Slewing Excavator Es3750
Ad ID: M99321
Pullach 82049 Germany
Main dimensions
Länge 137,00 m
Breite 50,60 m
Höhe 40,50 m

Service mass
4986 t

Power supply
2 x 6-kV- trailing cable

Theoretical ...
Price on request
Category: Earth moving plants -> Crawler excavators / Earth moving plants -> Backhoes
1982 VEB Schwermaschinenbau „Georgi Dimitroff“ Bucked Chain Slewing Excavator Es3750
Date built: 1982
Condition: Used
1982 VEB Schwermaschinenbau „Georgi Dimitroff“ Bucked Chain Slewing Excavator Es3750
Ad ID: M99322
Pullach 82049 Germany
Main dimensions
length 137,00 m
width 50,60 m
height 40,50 m

Service mass
5166 t

Power supply
2 x 6-kV- trailing cable

Theoretical ...
Price on request
Category: Earth moving plants -> Crawler excavators
Chain excavators
Chain excavators
Ad ID: M96520
Auf dem Holleter 55, 45138 Essen
Chain excavators
Manufacturer Zeppelin / Sennebogen
with hydraulic adjustable boom
Gripper cable
Joystick control
Weight approx. 18,500kg
Total width approx. ...
€ 6.900,-
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Crawler excavators - Suitable for heavy use

Crawler excavators belong to the construction machinery category. There they can be found in the subcategory earth moving equipment. The name crawler excavator refers to the chassis. This is an integrated chain drive that moves the excavator.

Compared to wheeled excavators, crawler or chain excavators are not suitable for road traffic and usually have to be transported using low-loaders.

Despite this, crawler excavators are among the most versatile and useful machines in the construction industry. They are often used on construction sites to move heavy loads and dig trenches and pits for foundations. With their sturdy tracks and powerful arms, they can easily move various materials such as dirt, debris and rocks. The relatively high weight of chain excavators also means high stability, which helps when moving heavy loads.

Chain excavators are not to be mixed up with bucket chain excavators. In bucket chain excavators, the word chain refers to the conveyor that resembles a bucket elevator. This bucket elevator is attached to the arm of the excavator.

In this article we will talk about the advantages and characteristics of crawler excavators. This should help when choosing the right excavator when buying or renting.

Advantages of crawler type excavators

• Versatility: Crawler excavators can be used for different types of jobs, such as road construction, site development, building erection, building demolition and more. They are also capable of moving heavy loads over rough terrain.

• Power: They have relatively powerful engines that can generate large amounts of force and torque via hydraulics to move the excavator's arm and set the tracks in motion.

• Efficiency: Tracked excavators are very efficient due to their high performance and can move large amounts of materials in a short time. This can help construction projects complete faster and reduce costs as fewer man hours are required.

Important considerations when buying or renting a crawler excavator

• Size: Choose the size of the crawler excavator according to the type and size of your construction projects. Smaller crawler excavators can work in tight spaces and may be better suited to smaller construction projects, while larger crawler excavators may be able to move heavier loads. Chain excavators have the advantage that they can rotate on the spot thanks to the chain drive.

• Performance: Check the crawler excavator's performance and ensure it has sufficient power and torque to meet your needs. It is also important to check that the engine meets the latest environmental standards to reduce environmental impact.

• Safety Features: Check that the crawler excavator has sufficient safety features to avoid injury. Features such as warning signals, safety rails and steps should be in place.

• Cost: Compare the costs of different crawler excavators and make sure you find a model that fits your budget. Also consider the operational costs such as fuel consumption, maintenance and repairs that may arise over time. However, the transport costs of the crawler excavator must always be included in the considerations.

• Rental or purchase: Consider whether it makes more sense to buy or rent a crawler excavator. If you use a crawler excavator frequently and want to own it for the long term, buying it may be a better option. However, if you only need it occasionally or only for a specific project, renting it can be a more economical option.

• Servicing and Repairs: Make sure you have the knowledge and skills required to service and repair the crawler excavator. If you don't have these skills, look for a rental company or dealership that offers maintenance and repair services.

• Training: Ensure that you and your employees have the knowledge and skills required to operate the crawler excavator safely and effectively. If those skills aren't there, look for opportunities like training and certification. Make sure the employee has a crawler excavator license before moving it for the first time.

Conclusion

Crawler excavators are an indispensable machine in the construction industry. They are versatile, powerful, precise and efficient. When considering buying or renting a crawler excavator, you should consider size, performance, safety features, cost, maintenance and training. By carefully looking at these factors, you can ensure you find the right crawler excavator for your construction projects and that you and your team can work safely and effectively.

 

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