10 Monster Machines of ALL TIMES Hello, This release Is dedicated to all lovers of heavy equipment and monster machines and today we have the largest excavators, cranes, tractors, and incredibly heavy machinery! Нere we go!
Crawler transporter. Crawler - is a real monster-truck! This is one of the most powerful and incredibly noisy of land vehicles
Big Muskie is the largest moving mechanism on earth. Its weight is 13, 000 tons
BAGGER 288 is the largest bucket wheel excavator in the world. The German company Krupp created this miracle for carrying out work in the coal mines.
Mammoet is a self-propelled modular conveyor. It is ability to transport any construction of the most incredible dimensions
Bridge layer SLJ900 is intended for building bridges which consist of many spans
Absolutely unique Japanese crane-SK3500D went into the Guinness Book, as the biggest crane-destroyer of buildings and skyscrapers in the world.
Belaz-75-710. This is the world's largest dump truck with a payload capacity of 450 tons!
Big Bud 747 is the largest tractor in the world, which has remained so for more than 30 years.
The world's largest tunnel tunneling machine called "Berta". The cost of this incredible machine is more $ 80 million.
And here we see 116 conventional excavators and the most productive 43 hours of work!
And, finally, a unique copy of the Dodge Power Wagon, made to order for an Arab sheikh, known as the "Rainbow Sheikh"
Transportation of airplanes, tractors, containers, tanks, bulldozers and railway carriage by road trains. Modern transportation of huge tanks on the radio-controlled platform. Timber trucks, tractors and trawls. Перевозка самолетов, тракторов, комбайнов, контейнеров, цистерн, бульдозеров и вагонов автопоездами. Современная транспортировка огромных цистерн на радиоуправляемой платформе. Лесовозы, тралы и тягачи. Introduction: Machines have made modern life very convenient and challenging. Many of these new inventions are engineering marvels and are objects of curiosity and wonderment. In this video we present you 10 amazing machines which perform some wonderful job: Number 10: SAM100 A New York-based company has invented a semi-automated robot that is able to lay bricks up to four times faster than a human can and it will be commercially ready in September. The Semi-Automated Mason (SAM) system costs $500, 000 (£330, 000) and has taken New York-based Construction Robotics eight years to develop and test out on construction sites. Number 9: TRAC-140 An effective machine for mowing the grass along a highway without disturbing any traffic flow. Number 8: SVM 1000 Plasser & Theurer SVM 1000 tracklaying train, can lay up to 2km of track in 24 hours which is semi-automated and is being used world wide to lay train lines which much lesser efforts and faster turnaround time. Number 7: TBM A tunnel boring machine (TBM), also known as a "mole", is a machine used to excavate tunnels with a circular cross section through a variety of soil and rock strata. They may also be used for micro tunneling. They can bore through anything from hard rock to sand. Tunnel diameters can range from a metre (done with micro-TBMs) to 19. 25 metres to date. Tunnels of less than a metre or so in diameter are typically done using trenchless construction methods or horizontal directional drilling rather than TBMs. Number 6: P380 Bridge inspection units have been successfully used on a large number of railway ve-hicles, 2-way vehicles and road vehicles for many years. They stand out by virtue of a particularly large operating range both above and below track level. Equipped with electrical, hydraulic and pneu-matic energy in the workman baskets, these units can also be used for taking material samples and for carrying out light repair work. Number 5: HPW-DUST Newer street sweepers are capable of collecting small particles of debris. Many street sweepers produced today are PM10 certified, meaning that they are capable of collecting and holding particulate matter sized less than 10μm. Despite advancements in street sweeping technology, the mechanical broom type street sweeper accounts for approximately 90 percent of all street sweepers used in the United States today. Number 4: Road Zipper A barrier transfer machine, also known as zipper machine or road zipper, is a heavy vehicle used to transfer concrete lane dividers, such as jersey barriers, which are used to relieve traffic congestion during rush hours. Many other cities use them temporarily during construction work. The lanes created by the machine are sometimes referred to as "zipper lanes". Number 3: Panther Airport crash tenders are extremely powerful machines. They offer relatively good acceleration (for such large, heavy vehicles), are able to negotiate rough terrain outside the airport area, carry large capacities of water and firefighting foam, are fitted with powerful high-capacity pumps and water foam cannons, and are capable of delivering firefighting media over long distances. They can be mounted on 4x4, 6x6 or even 8x8 wheeled chassis. In order to decrease their turning radius, the 8x8 wheeled unit may have all 4 wheels at the front of the vehicle involved in turning the truck. Some arms have reinforced nozzles, called a snozzle, that, according to the US National Transportation Safety Board is a "piercing nozzle on the fire truck that is used to penetrate an airplane's fuselage and dispense AFFF to extinguish fire inside the cabin or cargo area. " Number 2: Class DD14 The Class DD14 was a B'B' wheel arrangement diesel-hydraulic locomotive type operated in Japan as a self-propelled rotary snowplough unit from 1961 to 2015 by the national railway company Japanese National Railways (JNR), and later by East Japan Railway Company (JR East). West Japan Railway Company (JR West), and Hokkaido Railway Company (JR Hokkaido). Number 1: 901TX The Komatsu 901TX is designed from the ground up to be the world’s most productive thinning machine. It possesses an unmatched combination of performance and maneuverability making it extremely effective while minimizing its impact in the forest. Lifting power Ground clearance Higher production at full reach comes from a new higher capacity crane capable of greater lift 170 kNm lbf-ft (125, 386). High ground clearance 635 mm (25”) enhances mobility and helps reduce environmental impact. The new Komatsu Comfort Bogie ensures a smooth ride, superb maneuverability and improved climbing ability.