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  • tb125 questions - what's normal? | Heavy Equipment Forums

    Jun 15, 2015 · I'm working on a pond and was doing a lot of crawling up and down steep banks for compaction. Now it's running quite close to the red zone when working, and also the hyd. Tank is too hot to touch. When crawling, it's possible cause the engine to nearly stall if I go up too steep a slope or push into an immovable object.

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  • 11 Tips for Safe Excavator Operation on Slopes - YouTube

    Excavators on Slopes | Heavy Equipment Forums

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  • Hitachi ZX350LC-6 350LCN-6 Hydraulic Excavator Technical

    Dec 17, 2020 · Hitachi ZX350LC-6 350LCN-6 Hydraulic Excavator Technical Workshop Manual and boom at slow speed. If the engine stalls on a slope, immediately lower …

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  • How to Use an Excavator on Steep Slopes and Dirt?

    Apr 02, 2020 · 1) When driving down a steep slope, use a walking joystick and a throttle joystick to keep the driving speed low. When driving upward or downward on slopes exceeding 15 degrees, the angle between the arm and the boom should be 90 ~ 110 degrees, the distance from the back of the bucket to the ground is 20 ~ 30cm, and the engine speed is reduced. 2) If braking is required when going …

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  • Excavators on Slopes | Heavy Equipment Forums

    Apr 11, 2012 · There is very little flat land on the property. 5 to 10 degrees is the average slope, and much of the land that needs to be developed slopes from 25 to 35 degrees. 30 degrees (not percent) seems to be the most quoted gradeability limit for tracked/wheeled excavators. However, on page OI-39 of the Bobcat 331/331E/334 Excavator Operation

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  • Contractor Specializes in Steep Slope Construction | CASE News

    We recently visited a new residential site where Grapes' crew was running a CX160D excavator, CX37C mini excavator and a TR340 compact track loader. Because of the nature of the site, perched on a 42 percent slope, Grapes stationed the CX160D outside of the foundation's footprint on a flat landing, with the CX37C parked in the middle of the

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  • Operator Skill and Excavator Setup Critical for Safe

    Sep 09, 2020 · Excavators are capable of climbing some pretty steep slopes, but it takes extra care from the operators. They need to carefully assess the jobsite and the work to be performed.

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  • Steep Slope Excavator Operator- Pipeline in Kitimat

    Previous excavator operating experience performing tasks such as building access roads, stripping, shading, grading, trenching, bore support, creek crossings, backfill and/or cleanup required. Previous experience working on steep slopes and mountainous terrain is required. Must successfully complete pre-access drug and alcohol testing.

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  • Maximum gradient excavators can work/travel on | Heavy

    Apr 08, 2012 · Australia. Chris5500 said: ↑. Gav, from about 10 tonne up to 400 tonne the travel gradeability is about 70% give or take, 60% at 400 tonne and above until you get to the big girl's around the 800 tonne mark and it's about 55%. Haven't seen a chart, only the exact spec in the form of "Gradeability (%): 60%" etc.

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  • Mines Safety Bulletin No. 160

    L. Inboard boom ear failure. R. Damaged rock mesh and broken window. Summary of hazard Excavator booms can fail suddenly and catastrophically in numerous ways. Although such events are rare, the consequences can be serious. The operator cab on an excavator is not designed to protect the operator from broken boom components hitting or crushing

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  • Ensure Safe, Effective Excavator Operation on Slopes | …

    Jan 04, 2017 · When you are on the severe slopes, it is hard for the engine to pump that oil to the very top of the motor," explains Hendry. "This results in starvation to the top of the engine.". Be aware

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  • Safe Work Procedure - Excavator

    o Confine travel to up and down slope. o When traveling across any slope, avoid running over logs, chunks, stumps, etc. which could cause the machine to become unstable. o Review and follow the safe work procedures for operating machinery on steep slopes. o If steep slope procedures unavailable do not operate machine on slopes greater than 30%.

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  • Hydraulic Excavator Boom Broke - YouTube

    Oct 08, 2021 · The fault phenomenon is that the front end of the boom of the excavator boom extension suddenly breaks when the bucket is filled with rocks and is lifting the boom for loading. The theme of this boom is welded by steel plates. The front end of the boom is …

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  • Bobcat e85 stall issue | Heavy Equipment Forums

    Oct 21, 2021 · Oct 19, 2019. Messages: 45. Location: Sweet, Idaho. Hi guys, hoping for some knowledge. I bought a 2016 bobcat e85 a couple months back. It's been a good machine but when I climb fairly steep inclines whether it's up or down about 10 seconds after I get level again it will die as if I shut the key off. I do fine grading in a subdivision and it

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  • General Knowledge Of Excavator Construction Safety

    Nov 18, 2021 · With the cooperation of crawler and device, the excavator can climb a very steep slope or go downhill easily. There is a dangerous situation that is easy to be ignored by everyone, that is, when the excavator is going downhill or going down a trailer, many drivers will habitually push their left hand on the windshield or door frame, and operate

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  • Engineering Question for repairing broken excavator booms

    Oct 08, 2021 · There are many reasons for the cracking of the long reach boom of the excavator. 1. Use a bucket that exceeds the original bucket capacity. For example, if a 10 ton excavator uses a 20 ton bucket or more, it will cause the large and small arms to work abnormally and crack. Therefore, each model should use a bucket with the original capacity. 2.

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  • Safe Slope Operation - Hitachi Construction

    Jan 10, 2020 · They will also help hold the excavator on the slope. Triple bar grousers are good for flat and reasonable slopes, but they can slide once you get into the one-to-one and steeper slopes. Check your track direction. Correct track orientation is crucial for safe slope work. Be sure your tracks are pointed up and down when working on the slope

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  • 6 Different Excavator Types & Their Uses | BigRentz

    Mar 19, 2019 · As its name suggests, a long reach excavator features a lengthier arm and boom sections. The design allows for better operation in hard-to-reach locations. The excavator's extendable arm can reach over 100 feet horizontally.

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  • Appendix C Attachment 7 Steep Slope Construction Techniques

    performed on the steep slope. All mobile equipment operators will ensure they wear a seat belt at all times during any steep slope construction operations. All temporary water bars and slope breakers will be graded smooth prior to any equipment or vehicles traveling up or down steep slope, but replaced at the end of each workday.

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  • 9 Tips for Safer Slope Work - Construction Business Owner

    Apr 05, 2019 · And working on a slope requires more attention than working on flat ground. Excavators are capable of climbing some very steep inclines, and drivers should proceed with caution when doing so. 2. Use experienced operators. This work is not something the new guy should tackle. It takes coordination and experience to maneuver a slope.

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