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Burton's Liebherr R 9800

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Coal is the official state mineral of Kentucky.


About: Burton's Liebherr R 9800

Video aerth excavator 👍
What a digger
this machin from Colmar french mining manufacture now Liebherr replace the cummins engines with Liebherr engines
je suis gabonais et j'aime bien les pelles Liebherr je déja même travaillé sur une R 9200 et R 984 c
Bucket capacity of this excavator?
so HUGE !
What a monster!
I want one to dig a pond in my backyard.
I'm impressed. ..! Thanks!
love his aussie dutch accent XD
No, there is less power retracting because of the rod inside, it detracts from the volume in the one side where the piston is
pattel? lol
hence the liebherr t282s, 5 to 6 bucket passes instead off 3 in a 793
Größer, höheres Dienstgew. ca.125 to beim R9800.+ 1.000 PS mehr nach DIN 9249. Einsatzgewicht beim R9800 800.000 - 810.000 kg Motorleistung 2.984 kW/4.000 PS (ISO 9249) Tieflöffelinhalt 42,00 m³ @ 1,8 t/m³ Klappschaufelinhalt 42,00 m³ @ 1,8 t/m³ --------------------------- Einsatzgewicht beim 996 B 672.000 - 676.000 kg Motorleistung 2.240 kW/3.000 PS (ISO 9249) Tieflöffelinhalt 36,00 m³ @ 1,8 t/m³ Klappschaufelinhalt 34,00 m³ @ 1,8 t/m³
Wenn der Kolben zweiseitig im Wechsel mit Öldruck beaufschlagt werden kann.
if you mean power as in force then hydraulics work on "force = pressure over area" as the cylinder extends there is more area being pushed on and when it retracts there is less area being pushed on. If there was the same pressure applied in both extend and retract then the "power" would be different. If you don't understand i'll try and explain it better or there may be a video that shows what I mean somewhere on here

Coal stock

Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.