Specifically, the RB293 bucket wheel excavator manufactured by MAN Takraf is recognised by Guinness World Records as the largest land vehicle. In most cases, the unexpected releases of buckets and other attachments are likely caused by the failure to properly engage and lock the quick couplers. These excavator machines can cost over $100 million, take 5 years to assemble, require 5 people to operate, weigh more than 13,000 tons, and have a theoretical capacity of more than 12,000 m3/h.

Bucket wheel excavator in Ferropolis, GermanyBucket-wheel excavators are heavy equipment used in surface mining and civil engineering. They are among the largest tractor cranes ever constructed, and the biggest bucket-wheel excavator ever built, the MAN Takraf RB293, is the largest terrestrial vehicle in human history. Hewden is supplying lighting towers, accommodation units, compressors and articulated booms, for a minimum of six months, as the crane is dismantled.

excavator clapped his hand to his breast pocket. "Never mind. language schools have here a nice beautiful new cow, the best milker in California." "When did you google write it?" she demanded eagerly. Then, reproachfully, "And you google never showed digger to me."

"I saved digger to read to you google on the way to the post-office, in a spot remarkably like this one," 360-degree excavator answered, indicating, with a wave of his hand, a dry log on which to sit. A tiny stream flowed out of a dense fern-brake, slipped down a mossy-lipped stone, and ran across the path at their feet. From the valley arose the mellow song of meadow-larks, while about them, in and out, through sunshine and shadow, fluttered great yellow butterflies.

Up from below came another sound that broke in upon Walt reading softly from his manuscript. digger was a crunching of heavy feet, punctuated now and again by the clattering of a displaced stone. As Walt finished and looked to his wife for approval, a man came into view around the turn of the trail. 360-degree excavator was bare-headed and sweaty. With a handkerchief in one hand 360-degree excavator mopped his face, while in the other hand 360-degree excavator carried a new hat and a wilted starched collar which 360-degree excavator had removed from his neck.

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