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    Construction Equipment

    By definition construction machines are referred to as heavy duty equipment used for various kinds of construction works. The machines have been classified into different groups according to their specific features and application.

    They include:

    • earthmoving equipment,
    • construction vehicles,
    • construction equipment,
    • material handling equipment.

    The aforementioned machinery can be found on every construction site, making the job more efficiently, quicker and above all – safer.The first category of equipment is widely used in construction industry mainly for digging foundations, landscaping particular areas as well as shifting large amounts of ground. That category includes dozers (e.g. Caterpilla D6), hydraulic excavators, crawler excavators (e.g. Liebherr R912), loaders and compressors.
    Construction vehicles are heavy – duty machinery designed for performing construction tasks, especially those involving earth moving. These include dumpers (e.g Volvo a25), tippers and trailers. Construction equipment as concrete mixers, compactors, pavers, rollers and stone crushers can be used not only for the construction works, but also at landfills or in agriculture. As for the material handling equipment, that group includes cranes, conveyors, forklifts and hoists. In this section you can find some of the most popular brands for the construction machinery, as Caterpillar, Volvo and Liebherr.

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      Liebherr LTM 1095-5.1, 2005, All terrain cranes

      Liebherr LTM1095-5.1Additional Information: Description: 2005 LIEBHERR LTM-1095-5.1 115 US TON (95 METRIC TON) ALL TERRAIN CRANE BOOM: 190 FEET (58 METERS) MAIN BOOM JIB: 34-62 FEE

      All terrain cranes
      2005
      United States, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

      425,000 USD
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      Caterpillar D 6 D LGP, 1980, Dozers

      Caterpillar D6D LGPAdditional Information: Description: Ex Government, Cab, Heat, Low Ground Pressure, 36" Tracks 14'4" Angle Blade, Front Aux Hyd, Standard Trans, Inventory Location:

      Dozers
      1980
      United States, Madera, California

      32,500 USD
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      Tadano ATF80-4, 2005, All terrain cranes

      Tadano ATF80-4Maximum lift capacity: 100000, Additional Information: Description: Miles: 139,320 Upper Hours: 3,037 Carrier: Four axle, four point, fully hydraulic double telescopic outriggers with horizo

      All terrain cranes
      2005
      United States, Indianola, Pennsylvania

      On Request
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      Liebherr LTM 1400-7.1, 2004, All terrain cranes

      Liebherr LTM1400-7.1Additional Information: Description: 2004 LIEBHERR LTM1400-7.1 500 US TON CLASS (400 METRIC TON) ALL TERRAIN CRANE BOOM: 197 FEET (60 METER) MAIN BOOM JIB: 161

      All terrain cranes
      2004 8900 h
      United States, Houston, Texas

      On Request
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      Terex RT 230-1, 2011, Rough Terrain Cranes

      Terex RT230-1Maximum lift capacity: 30000, Additional Information: Description: Excellent Condition! Enclosed cab w/air, 4 section boom 30' - 94', 26' swing away jib, 4 sheave block Inventory Location: AMERI

      Rough Terrain Cranes
      2011 1015 h
      United States, INDIANOLA, Pennsylvania

      175,000 USD
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      Caterpillar CS 563, 1991, Single drum rollers

      Caterpillar CS-563Additional Information: Description: Canopy, 84" Drum, Vibratory CAT 3116 23.1-26 Tires Inventory Location: National Equipment LLC ROPS: Open

      Single drum rollers
      1991
      United States, Madera, California

      29,500 USD
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      Caterpillar 936 F, 1993, Wheel Loaders

      Caterpillar 936 FCabin type: Enclosed cab, Additional Information: Original paint No cracks or welds Tires are 70% to 75% Strong engine Very good hydraulics

      Wheel Loaders
      1993 18000 h
      United States, NorthVille, Michigan

      26,500 USD
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      Liebherr LTM 1300-1, 2001, All terrain cranes

      Liebherr LTM1300-1Maximum lift capacity: 365000, Additional Information: Description: 2001 LIEBHERR LTM-1300/1 365 US TON (300 METRIC TON) ALL TERRAIN CRANE. WITH SUPERLIFT, SWING-AWAY JIB, AND 230 FEET LUFFING JI

      All terrain cranes
      2001 14000 h
      United States, New York, New York

      On Request
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      Lonking CDM835, Wheel Loaders

      Lonking CDM835Additional Information: FREE SHIPPING - LONKING INTERNATIONAL TRADE CO., LTD CDM835 - Wheel Loader Tier III (US), Demo Loader, Hrs: 43.1

      Wheel Loaders
      43 h
      United States, NC

      NC

      98,133 USD
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      Genie GTH 844, 2007, Telescopic Handlers

      Genie GTH844Traction: 4 WD, Engine power: 99, Additional Information: Description: 8000/44 FT telescopic forklift. John Deere Turbo diesel. Enclosed heated cab. Inventory Location: Holland High Lift Inc. ROPS

      Telescopic Handlers
      2007 5604 h
      United States, East Bethany, New York

      38,900 USD
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      Genie GTH 1056, 2008, Telescopic Handlers

      Genie GTH1056Traction: 4 WD, Additional Information: Description: 10,000 LB/56 FT telescopic forklift. John Deere Turbo diesel. OROPS. Outriggers. Inventory Location: Holland High Lift Inc.

      Telescopic Handlers
      2008 3701 h
      United States, East Bethany, New York

      49,900 USD
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      JLG 400 S, 2005, Articulated boom lifts

      JLG 400STraction: 4 WD, Maximum lift capacity: 1e+006, Additional Information: Description: 40 ft platform height telescopic boom. Deutz diesel. 8 ft platform. Inventory Location: Holland High Lift Inc.

      Articulated boom lifts
      2005 4892 h
      United States, East Bethany, New York

      17,250 USD
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      JLG 1250 AJP, 2006, Articulated boom lifts

      JLG 1250AJPTraction: 4 WD, Maximum lift capacity: 500000, Additional Information: Description: 125 ft articulated boom with jib, Deutz diesel, SKYPOWER, 8 ft platform. Inventory Location: Holland High Lift Inc.

      Articulated boom lifts
      2006 2870 h
      United States, East Bethany, New York

      82,900 USD
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      Liebherr LTM 1400-7.1, 2009, All terrain cranes

      Liebherr LTM1400-7.1Additional Information: Description: 2009 LIEBHERR LTM-1400 7.1 500 US TON CLASS (400 METRIC TON) ALL TERRAIN CRANE 197 FEET (60 METER) MAIN BOOM 276 FEET (84 MET

      All terrain cranes
      2009 6293 h
      United States, Elizabeth, New Jersey

      On Request
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      Genie Z 45/25 J RT, 2006, Articulated boom lifts

      Genie Z45/25JRTTraction: 4 WD, Maximum lift capacity: 500000, Additional Information: Description: 45 ft platform height articulated boom with jib. Ford EFI Gas/Propane power. Inventory Location: Holland High Lift Inc.

      Articulated boom lifts
      2006 3186 h
      United States, East Bethany, New York

      27,250 USD
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      SAKAI CR 271, Other rollers

      SAKAI CR271Additional Information: FREE SHIPPING - CR271 Ride-On Vibratory Roller

      Other rollers

      United States, NC

      NC

      17,635 USD
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      Liebherr LTM 1220-5.1, 2005, All terrain cranes

      Liebherr LTM1220-5.1Maximum lift capacity: 265000, Additional Information: Description: 2005 LIEBHERR LTM1220 5.1 265 US TON (220 METRIC TON) ALL TERRAIN CRANE BOOM: 197 FEET (60 Meters) Main Boom JIB: 72’ HYDRA

      All terrain cranes
      2005
      United States, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

      On Request
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      Liebherr LR 1600-2, 2014, Tracked Cranes

      Liebherr LR1600-2Additional Information: Description: 2014 LIEBHERR LR1600/2 600 METRIC TON (660 US TON) CRAWLER CRANE ONLY 1,940 HOURS AS OF MAY 8, 2017 Boom/Jib Configurations

      Tracked Cranes
      2014 1940 h
      United States, Houston, Texas

      On Request
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      Kobelco CK 2500, 2004, Tracked Cranes

      Kobelco CK2500Additional Information: Description: 250 TON CRAWLER CRANE 140 FEET MAIN BOOM ROOSTER/AUXILIARY SHEAVE 4 SHEAVE JOHNSON HOOK BLOCK & HOOK BALL KOBELCO LMI WITH

      Tracked Cranes
      2004
      United States, New York, New York

      450,000 USD
    • Caterpillar 299 D XHP, 2014, Crawler Loaders

      Caterpillar 299DXHPAttachments: ENG S/N 2DG2171, CONVERSION ARRANGEMENT, INSTRUCTIONS, ANSI, NACD, RADIO, AM/FM, BLUETOOTH, DOOR, CAB, POLYCARBONATE, TRACK, RUBBER, 15.7 IN

      Crawler Loaders
      2014 1796 h
      United States, Charlotte, NC
      24h

      65,000 USD

    Excavators and loaders: heavy duty market leaders

    Excavators and loaders: why they are so popular


    Among all the heavy duty machinery available on the market, excavators and loaders are probably the most popular in USA and by far some of the most frequently used pieces of equipment. The reasons are obvious: those machines guarantee one can make the most out of their work due to their versatility and the ability of multitasking, accompanied by high productivity. It also goes without saying that the more tasks a machine can perform, the less pieces of specialized equipment are needed by the contractors.

    Real monsters for impossible tasks

    For extreme works like transforming landscape, bulk earthmoving or heavy lifting – large excavators are absolutely essential. Some of them are real behemoths - operating for 24 hours a day in a highly challenging environment or tough conditions, usually used for construction, earthmoving and mining. Powerful but economical engines provide an outstanding loading and excavating capacity, working reliably and allowing to keep the running costs low.
    • Terex RH 400, the world’s largest hydraulic shovel could be a good example. It weighs 1078 tonnes and has a stunning shovel capacity of 94 tons in a single scoop! That excavator has the working ability to scoop up around 9900 tons of material every hour – which is undoubtedly the world’s record for a vehicle of that class that hasn’t been broken so far.
    • The heftiest excavators in the world also include Bucyrus RH400. Weighing almost 889 tonnes metal gigant is now manufactured under Caterpillar brand, however it was originally launched by Terex. If you are up to real challenges in the construction sector, you would be in awe when confronted with
    • SLJ900/32, a mobile bridge erecting machine! That beast weighs 580 tonnes, is 91.8 meters long and 9 meters high. It builds bridges without conventional crane technology – instead, the machine approaches the edge of the bridge reaching out to towers that need to be connected to the bridge with a temporary track. When it’s stable, the bridge building machine pulls itself out with the new bridge segment. The process can be repeated several times until the job is done.

    Dozers and pipelayers

    Heavy construction industry is not all about excavators and loaders. There are some other powerful machines used for the work outside: dozers and pipelayers. Dozers are crawlers, fitted with a metal plate, referred to as blade, used for pushing large quantities of earth, sand and debris. At the rear they usually have a mechanical device resembling claws (a”ripper”) specialized at loosening densely compacted materials. Dozers work mainly in the utility system and building construction sites but also in mines, quarries, heavy industry factories and farms. As for their component design, they regularly undergo modernization processes which means that innovations and improvements on that field are inevitable. Dozers, loaders and excavators do great job in building construction and waste management industries and they will continue to serve that purpose for many years to come as there are no reasonable replacement for those heavy duty machines.

    Construction fairs and exhibitions

    If you would like to know more about what’s new in the construction sector, what new technologies are being developed and applied, you can’t miss the CONEXPOAGG show during which every major construction industry is represented by some among the 2,800 exhibitors who take part in the fair. During 4 days of show you can attend an education session of your choice, out of 150 available including asphalt, lifting, mining, concrete, aggregates, utilities and so on.
    The next show is scheduled for March 10-14, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada and it is going to shed some light on the business management as well as the future of equipment technology in the aspect of construction sector.
    Yet another example of the interesting gig that you can consider worthwhile is the Oklahoma Excavation Safety Expo. It’s the “it” place to be for the professional contractors and excavators, underground facility operators and other people working in the safety industry. During the event they can exchange know-how, educate and share their creative ideas about how to preserve safety and the highest quality standards of digging.