The World’s Largest Bucket Wheel Excavators In ACTION

Excavators come in all shapes and sizes, but it’s undeniable that the bucket wheel is a unique and extraordinary sight! Today we’ll be covering what is arguably the most interesting type of excavator in the world; the bucket wheel excavator!
Sandvik Mining PE100
Bucket Wheel Excavator Pe100 Location: Bükkabrany, Hungary | Materials Handling | Sandvik Mining And Construction Materials Handling
The Sandvik Bucket-Wheel Excavator is a compact bucket wheel for handling overburden, lignite, coal and other minerals. It is equipped with a PLC system which comes with high automation probabilities providing an operator-friendly interface. It is integrated with capabilities of carrying load ranging from 150-10000 m3/h and mining formations through a strength of 20 MPa.
BTE & BTW GROUP – VDO Bucket Wheel Excavator
Alat Menggali dan Memindahkan Material Tanah Dengan Bucket Wheel Excavator — Steemit
Bucket wheel excavator merupakan salah satu jenis alat berat yang bekerja menggali dan memindahkan material tanah melalui serangkaian bucket yang berputar secara kontinyu. Sejumlah bucket yang terpasang pada sebuah piringan raksasa (wheel) yang berputar secara terus menerus menggali material.
Rýpadlo střední velikosti UNEX KU300 /J172 | Letecké fotografie – Jirka Jiroušek
It is almost 30 meters in height and more than 65 meters in length. We are talking about the KU300 wheeled excavator, which is used by the Vršanská uhelná company to mine brown coal. The machine can extract up to 1200 tons of coal per hour. It has served its purpose perfectly for almost 30 years.
RWE Bagger 293
Bagger 293 - Wikipedia
At 14,200 tonnes, Bagger 293 is the heaviest land vehicle in the world.
Bagger 293 is 96 metres (314.9 feet) tall making it the tallest terrestrial vehicle, a title which it shares with its sister Bagger 288. The mighty machine is 225 metres (738.2 feet) long and requires five people to operate. The bucket-wheel itself is over 21.3 metres (over 70 feet) in diameter and carries 18 buckets, each of which can hold over 15 cubic metres of material.
In the video below, you can see The World’s Largest Bucket Wheel Excavators In ACTION
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