Monday, January 05, 2015

Cat Construction Equipment Rental

The construction industry is very important. There is always a need for new buildings and developments. Because of this, there is a variety of cat construction equipment available to rent and purchase. Each machine and piece of equipment aids in the completion of a many construction projects. You may often see these pieces of machinery alongside the road or other construction sites. To learn more about cat construction equipment rental, take a look at the following information.

Because equipment is so large and powerful, it is also very costly. This is why many individuals and companies choose to rent equipment rather than pay full purchase price. This can help to save a lot of money when using multiple pieces of equipment for one construction project. Additionally, this can help companies stick to deadlines better because rental equipment must be returned during a certain time period.

Pre-owned and used equipment can also be purchased for discounted prices, making this yet another affordable equipment option for companies to consider. Careful research must be done before purchasing used equipment, however, so that it works properly and as expected.

Saturday, January 03, 2015

#2 dumptruck in the world Caterpillar 797F



The Caterpillar 797F is an off-highway, ultra class, two-axle, mechanical powertrain haul truck developed and manufactured by Caterpillar Inc. in the United States specifically for high production mining and heavy-duty construction applications worldwide. The CAT 797F is the third, current generation model of the 797 series and is Caterpillar's largest, highest payload capacity haul truck.

Biggest dumptrucks in the world
  1. Belaz 75710 496 tons 
  2. CAT 797F has 400 tons payload 
  3. Liebherr's T282C 400 tons 
  4. Hitachi EH4500 AC-3 326 tons 
  5. Komatsu 960E-1 360 tons (Komatsu is also the builder of the largest bulldozer) 
  6. Terex MT6300AC 400 tons (rebranded Bucyrus) 
  7. Liebherr T 282 C 400 tons 
All these values are in "short tons" = 2000 pounds = 907 kg (metric ton is 1000 kg), 400 short tons = 363 metric tons