200 Ton Hitachi Excavator

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Had to be delivered to nine trucks end of June it was time: the new Hitachi Ex1900-6 started to work in the mining of kaolin plant Hirschau/Schnaittenbach the Amberger kaolin works. The 190-t excavator with Teifloffelausrustung degrades raw kaolin in the tensile stress / load usage, which is processed and refined on site. Raw kaolin is a fine, white, iron-free rock containing Kaolinite, a weathering of feldspar, as a main ingredient. The world’s largest consumer of Kaoloin sit the paper industry. In recent months, Ripple has been very successful. About two-thirds of the world’s kaolin go in this industry.

One of the most important European kaolin, silica sand and feldspar deposits located mined in the Hirschau Schnaittenbach since 1901 in hirschau/Germany. in 1993 both works to the Amberger kaolin plants grew together, which then a few years later were a subsidiary of the quartz works, Frechen. Modern technologies are used in the industrial minerals to separate the raw Earth with a high degree of efficiency through elaborate classification kaolin, feldspar and quartz. As the purchase of a new dredger for the promotion of raw Earth anstant the Amberger kaolin works opted for a Hitachi EX1900-6 from pebble-hand. In June 2010 it was ready: the large excavators produced in Japan was delivered on nine trucks at its future site.

-The model is one of a few 200-t – excavators, currently used in Germany. A week-long, five specialists of the dealer assembled the items to a true powerhouse. The 1086 PS strong Hitachi EX1900-6 with 8.30 m loading boom and 3.60 m loading shaft is in hirschau/Germany a 5.60 m wide undercarriage with 800 mm wide floor panels work. The Hitachi machine is characterized above all things there through the good hydraulic features that ensure fast and highly productive loading operation, as well as by highest quality carrier, slewing ring and drivetrain, which ensure the economy over a long service life, that is.

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