Tag: wheeled excavator

A self-propelled unit for excavating a bank with buckets mounted on wheels. The earth is deposited on a conveyor belt for loading up hauling units.

VOLVO BRINGS GERMAN MONUMENT BACK TO ITS BEST

VOLVO BRINGS GERMAN MONUMENT BACK TO ITS BEST

Digging deep beneath one of Germany’s most prominent monuments is Volvo CE-equipped construction company, Kögel Bau, employing a fleet of machines to breathe life back into the landmark.

At the Emperor William I (Kaiser Wilhelm) Monument at Porta Westphalia

 

Atop the Wittekindsberg mountain in Germany, at a height

Wheeled Excavators in Material Recovery Facilities

Wheeled Excavators in Material Recovery Facilities

Excavators and wheeled excavators have always played a major role in landfill operations helping to dig and load cover material, points out Tom Griffith, senior system/application specialist for the Caterpillar Industrial & Waste Group.

In fact, in a busy facility, they are the primary loading tool, he adds. “They provide support

Cranes and Grapples

Cranes and Grapples

At Andersen Sales & Salvage in northern Colorado, one of the last things Vice President Dean Andersen wants to see happen is for one of his grapples to become scrap themselves—well before their time.

And yet he’s seen that happen in his company’s yards, which for 56 years has been the

A Rock and A Hard Place: Aggregate Handling Equipment Handles it All

A Rock and A Hard Place: Aggregate Handling Equipment Handles it All

The use of aggregate material continues to grow throughout the US and aggregate equipment manufacturers are improving their products to meet the demands for higher efficiency and uptime. According to the US Geological Survey (USGS), third-quarter consumption of crushed stone in 2013 was up 8% from the same period in

A Rock and a Hard Place, Aggregate Handling Equipment Handles It All

A Rock and a Hard Place, Aggregate Handling Equipment Handles It All

The use of aggregate material continues to grow throughout the US and aggregate equipment manufacturers are improving their products to meet the demands for higher efficiency and uptime. According to the US Geological Survey (USGS), third-quarter consumption of crushed stone in 2013 was up 8% from the same period in

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