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Cat Dragline Excavator| Cost Effective Mining Equipment

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More crap music. Why ? Why any music ? How about listening to the noise of the machine.
Мне понравилось Ваше видео! А теперь пожалуйста посмотрите моё видео
Poor editing of the video.
chi ha fatto questo video non si è reso conto di aver fatto delle scritte di merda
Hey d,h, blue on black? W.t.f.
this is what Bucyrus Erie looks like after Cat bought them
I was the Marion erector on several 8200s. It was always my favorite model. It will always be a Marion to me.
Lot of wva is gone because of these operations
Baby dragline compared to the old school monsters
Bucket always looks soo small compared to the remainder of the machine
Che video cretino
Leider das bisher allerschlechteste Video was ich je von Baumaschinen auf YT gesehen habe. Traurig, bei solch einer geilen Maschine. Ganz wenig wirklich reine Maschinenmomente ohne überblendeten Text, die Bild in Bild Abschnitte sind schlicht sinnfrei, verwackelt ist noch untertrieben und von der Musik bei YT Videos wollen wir auch hier mal besser gar nicht anfangen zu reden. So etwas lädt man besser gar nicht hoch, oder nicht ohne massive Überarbeitung.
Long live the Silver Spade, Big Muskie and the GEM of Egypt RIP😭
Buht on sum reel shit u witey crakkkahs wud hav nun dis if et wuz nt fo uhz blacks juz telln da truth 2 u wite crakkkahs who steel errethang frum uz u wud hav nun diz
We bilt dis shyt n u steel r callchurs n r tecknalagy we had n africa n made uz ur slave cus u seen how guud we mayde Africa

Continued from above-- the final stroke sent the full electrical charge down the blasting wires at a speed of three miles a second. Even though the explosives were timed to follow each other in sequence the speed of the charge was so fast the explosion seemed to happen all at once. Part of the explosive was twenty five pound cartridges of Gelamite which were about three feet long and eight inches in diameter. The rest was a nitrogen slurry that was pumped into each hole and then soaked with diesel fuel . The nitrogen slurry soaked in diesel fuel was the main explosive, the cartridges provided a really powerful blast which was necessary to detonate the slurry . The slurry was the explosive used to blow up the federal building in Oklahoma City. That was about a thousand pounds of slurry in the back of a pick up truck. We were detonating about 100,000 pounds of slurry in most open Pit mining operations. Surprisingly the blasts were not loud because the holes filled with the explosive went down fifty feet or so. The blasts were designed by my father to shatter and lift about a million tons of earth and rock which then was removed and sent for processing to extract the iron ore.
My father was a blasting engineer for Hercules powder company for 40 years. He took me to many open pit mines in the south west US. We all hid behind a monstrous shovel when certain shots were detonated. We were less than a quarter mile from the blast site. I was 14 years old. At that time in the mid fifties they used a magneto powered blasting machine to generate enough electricity to set of the blasting caps. At times I would get to operate the blasting machine which required three or four pumping strokes to. Build up the electrical charge and then a final full stroke on the plunger
Just cause ya paint something Yella, don't mean its a CAT
Bucyrus 8200 !!!

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.