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CAT 416D Backhoe Loader

Designed for long hours of operation and low cost production, the Cat 416D features rugged construction, a spacious work environment, high rotation backhoe and easy maintenance. Cat 416D Backhoe Loaders specs: Engine Model - Cat 3054C DINA / Net Power (Standard) 74 hp / 55 kW Weights: - Operating Weight (Nominal) - 15257 lb / 6900 kg - Operating Weight (Maximum) - 21605 lb / 9800 kg Bucket Capacity - General Purpose - 1.25 yd3 / 0.96 m3 Lift Capacity @ Full Height - 5292 lb / 2400 kg Bucket Breakout Force - 8524 lb / 37.9 kN Turning Circle: outside, front wheels - 26.4 ft / 8 m Turning Circle: outside, widest loading bucket - 34.1 ft / 10.6 m

Caterpillar's C Series Hydraulic Excavators - Cat 320C L

The C Series excavators from Caterpillar (Cat 320C L) offer improved performance through increased horsepower and hydraulic flow, enhanced controllability and a new cab and interior layout for optimum operator efficiency. Cat 312C and Cat 315C replace the Caterpillar 312B and 315B and are available with long undercarriages-the Caterpillar 312C L and the 315C L. Caterpillar 312C L weighs about 28,970 lbs and the 315C L weighs about 36,840 lbs. Cat 312C has 90 hp and the 315C has 110 hp-more than 11 per cent more power at the flywheel than the previous model. All models use the open-centre, two-pump hydraulic system and the Cat 312C and Cat 315C have increased hydraulic flows of six per cent and 13 per cent respectively.

Cat EP16KT, EP18KT, Cat EP20KT Forklifts specifications

CAT Electric Forklifts specifications 3000-4000 lb capacity Caterpillar EP16KT, EP18KT, Cat EP20KT Electric Cushion / Pneumatic Tire Lift Trucks Forklift Model Lift truck capacity Top speed Max Fork Height Right Angle Stack Lift Speed Lower Speed Cat EP16KT 3000 9,9 177 75 120 100 Cat EP18KT 3500 9,8 177 79 120 100 Cat EP20KT 4000 9,6 178 109 80 100

Caterpillar H140D s Hydraulic Hammer

Caterpillar® introduces Caterpillar H140DS hydraulic hammer , the first of a new generation of work tools for the construction, demolition, mining and aggregates industries. The hammer is built on the strengths of its predecessor model, Caterpillar H140C s, but incorporates many improvements that enhance productivity and extend wear life. Caterpillar H140D s is ideally matched to Cat® 325C and 330C hydraulic excavators. It is also compatible with a Cat 322C or similarly-sized excavator. The hammer measures 103.9 inches from the top plate to the tip of the tool. Its operating weight is 2 350 kg. It can be equipped with up to seven different tools for maximum versatility.

Caterpillar 247B & Cat 257B Multi Terrain Loaders

The B-Series machines employ the proven anti-stall system and pilot hydraulic joystick controls that make Caterpillar Multi Terrain Loaders easy to operate. B-Series improvements include a deluxe joystick design that incorporates positive-action buttons to control work tool hydraulic or electrical functions. An ergonomically designed arm bar is rounded and sculpted to provide superior operator comfort, and the redesigned gauge panels are easy to read. The B-Series cab offers a new door option with 25 percent more glass that improves sight lines to the working area. CAT 247B / 257B Multi Terrain Loader Specs Caterpillar 247B Caterpillar 257B Operating weight 6,668 lb (3024 kg) 7,559 lb (3428 kg) Rated operating capacity at 35 percent tipping load Rated operating capacity at 50 percent tipping load 1,367 lb (620 kg)1,950 lb (885 kg) 1,615 lb (732 kg)2,3100 lb (1047 kg) Engine model Cat 3024C T Cat 3024C T Net

CAT 301.6C and 301.8C New Mini Hydraulic Excavators

With the introduction of the CAT 301.6C and the CAT 301.8C, Caterpillar has expanded the capabilities and enhanced many aspects of the two smallest excavators in the Cat® line. The C-Series models feature 22 percent more bucket digging force and greater than 10 percent more stick digging force than the previous models. Increased lift capacities add to versatility and flexibility. The new models get more work done faster through an engine power increase of about 4 percent-to 18.1 horsepower (13.5 kW) and increased hydraulic flow and pressure. The engine meets US EPA Tier 2 and EU Stage II emissions standards.

Caterpillar 902 Wheel Loaders

Carry Cat Toughness To Multiple JobsCWL CATERPILLAR - Wheel Loaders - 902 Unique features and advantages of Cat Compact Wheel Loaders Types of applications that are suited for the Cat Compact Wheel Loaders Specs to help you find the ideal size for your work needs Work Tools that add to the versatility of the equipment Product support to enhance your Cat equipment owning experience Maintenance tips that help you keep running at top quality Cab Comfort / Visibility Roomy cab and excellent visibility cuts down on operator fatigue. Joystick Operation Controls - Pilot controls of big wheel loaders: With a design based on Cat® big wheel loaders, the compact series features the same highly responsive and easy-to-use pilot controls of their big brothers. - Use with inching pedal: When precision counts, you can use the inching control for increased accuracy. - Adjustable steering system: The 914G and IT14G features an adjustable steering system that can easily be lifted out

Caterpillar 930G Wheel Loader Featuring VersaLink

The new Caterpillar 930G Wheel Loader. Size, power, performance, work tool interchangeability and VersaLink loader linkage enable the 930G to perform productively in a wide range of applications. Cat VersaLink design combines integrated toolcarrier versatility and parallel lift with the speed, forces and durability of the traditional Z-Bar linkage. VersaLink gives the Caterpillar 930G best in class breakout and lift forces and stability. A high lift version of the 930G is available for high dump or long reach requirements. With a Quick Coupler, work tool changes are quick and easy. In this configuration, the versatility of an integrated toolcarrier and the performance of a wheel loader are combined.

New Caterpillar 836H Landfill Compactor

The new 836H landfill compactor from Caterpillar delivers high productivity, long life and low operating costs in waste handling applications. The H-Series model retains the best features of its predecessor, including high-efficiency, low-effort hydraulics, durable structures and a comfortable cab. It also features many valuable updates including a high-performance, low-emissions engine, new cooling system technologies, an additional blade option and other improvements that make the machine easier to operate and service. New Cat C18 engine with ACERT® Technology The most significant change to the 836H is its engine, a new Cat C18 that delivers 372 net kW (498 net hp) at 1800 rpm. The engine features ACERT Technology, an exclusive Cat emissions reduction solution. Key elements of the ACERT Technology solution include: * A cross-flow cylinder head that brings more clean air into the combustion chamber and improves air distribution, ensuring a cleaner combustion process. * A was

Caterpillar 797B World's Biggest Truck

The 797B Mining Truck is engineered for performance, designed for comfort, and built to last. Developed specifically for high production mining and construction applications, Caterpillar 797B Mining Truck keeps material moving at high volume to lower your cost-per-ton. Rugged construction creates a durable machine. Easy maintenance procedures ensure high reliability and long life with low operating costs. CAT 797B Operating Specifications Nominal Payload Capacity - 380 tons / 345 tonnes Nominal Payload Capacity - 339.55 tons / 345 tonnes Top Speed – Loaded - 42 mph / 67.6 kph Maximum Capacity - Custom Steer Angle - 39 Degrees / 39 Degrees Turning Radius – Front - 130.9 ft / 39.9 m Turning Circle Clearance Diameter - 132.8 ft / 40.5 m Caterpillar 797B transmission Forward 1 - 7 mph / 11.3 kph Forward 2 - 9.5 mph / 15.2 kph Forward 3 - 12.7 mph / 20.5 kph Forward 4 - 17.2 mph / 27.7 kph Forward 5 - 23.1 mph / 37.2 kph Forward 6 - 31.2 mph / 50.3 kph

Caterpillar D2 Diesel Tractor, 1938

The Caterpillar D2 diesel engine required a gas fueled pony motor to crank the diesel up to speed. The pony motor originally was recoil starting, but later models were electric start. The operator would start the pony motor and when the diesel engine was up to running speed and hot enough, about 15 minutes, the operator would turn on the diesel fuel valve and, hopefully, the fuel would fire and Cat D2 engine would run start running. The operator would shut off the gas flow to the pony motor and release the clutch to disengage it from the diesel engine. It was a little more complicated than this, what with releasing the decomp and other manipulations... Cat D2 weighed between 6000 and 6700 lbs. Caterpillar D2 was manufactured from 1938 through 1956. Caterpillar D2 Diesel Tractor Specs  Length - 108 in (274 cm);  Height - 57.5 in (146 cm);  Weight - 7,420–8,536 lb (3,366–3,872 kg);  Propulsion - Caterpillar tracks (12 in (30 cm));  Engine model Inline-4 cyl diesel eng