LGP Scrapers

Under license from Liebherr dozers release of Bell and John Deere. It is noteworthy that the technique of all these producers meant practically for all occasions: for work on the moor (type LGP or PX) and coal depots, for road construction, dumping industrial waste and municipal solid waste (WHA). Most manufacturers produce machines with increased track width, or enlarged base. Among the characteristic features of some models of Caterpillar and Hindustan should include the use of triangular tracked contours with highly elevated driving wheel located between the front and rear idlers. This design prevents the increased wear crowns of driving wheels and avoids direct contact with the abrasive and wet environments. Until recently, the bulldozer-loosening assembly T-330 rear-engined in 1975 produced a plant CHZPT. Now the machine produces a layout of Kharkov Plant. VA Malyshev (engineering machine BG-1). Legend dumps in the table: S – direct (hard materials); U – universal extension boxes with large kerchiefs (skewed, which improves the ability to dig trenches and stripping works can also be used for land reclamation); SU – semiuniversal with short side scarves (with a buffer plate is effective for pushing scrapers to loading); A – Rotary, identical in form S-blade (for rock and heavy work); P – Variable load angle of tilt, VP (VPAT-Blade) – with adjustable height of lifting, lowering, rotation angle and tilt; RC – remediation universal; WC – for coal chips; CL – coal; HU – a powerful universal; LF – trash to landfills, with increased volume "bowl; TW – blade to work in two directions – pushing / drawing (cleaning the holds of ships); CU – the buffer to the amortization for the pushing scrapers (scrapers push for profiling on loading); CPB – push block to the amortization for pushing scrapers (for profiling pushing scrapers to loading); CB – Carbon bulldozer; VR – with variable radius.

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