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kallil 21st June 2005 15:08

the largest earth mover
 
this is not just another earthmover.check these links out








some facts

The mover stands* 311 feet tall and 705 feet long. It weighs over 45,500 tons. Cost $100 million to build. Took 5 years to design and manufacture . 5 years to assemble.* Requires 5 people to operate it. The Bucket Wheel is over 70 feet in diameter with 20 buckets,
each of which can hold over 530 cubic feet of material.* A 6-foot man can stand up inside one of the buckets.* It moves on 12 crawlers There are 8 crawlers in front and 4 in back.*
It has a maximum speed of 1 mile in 3 hours (1/3 mile/hour). It can remove over 76,455 cubic meters each day.

manticore 21st June 2005 16:14

Didnt they show it on Discovery or Nat Geo (always confused between the two)couple of weeks back? Was on the channel that "Massive Engines". Pretty huge thing!

Manti.

deepakhon 21st June 2005 16:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by manticore
Didnt they show it on Discovery or Nat Geo (always confused between the two)couple of weeks back? Was on the channel that "Massive Engines". Pretty huge thing!

Manti.

I also remember seeing this in one of the channels.

cheatingdeath 21st June 2005 17:07

yess i guess it was discovery have seen it

Azzkikr 21st June 2005 17:20

Humongous Machine !!
 
Hey ! thats one huge machine...talk about massive engines...and a massive machine....I saw it on T.V too...they gotta start showin more stuff like this.... :)

satish_appasani 21st June 2005 17:33

Yes, it was shown on Massive Engines two weeks back. They started with the eighteenth century earth mover powered by steam and ended with this one. This is powered by electricity.

Stratos 21st June 2005 21:56

Note from moderator : Please post the image credits / original link of the image

kallil 21st June 2005 23:30

got these as e mail forwards


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