HOW TO USE THE ELECTRIC EXCAVATOR & FORKLIFT IN CASE OF POWER FAILURE?

A developer in California is testing Volvo Construction Equipment's electric excavators and wheel loaders to test their commitment to environmental sustainability and whether they can maintain a firm foothold on the construction site even in the event of a power outage. In a Southern California pilot project, Baltic Sands uses Volvo ECR25 electric compact excavators

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Komatsu PC200-8 Excavator Parameter Configuration

Komatsu PC200-8 excavator includes high productivity and high economy. It includes a high-pressure Common Rail Fuel Injection system, precise combustion control, a CLSS hydraulic system, which ensures fast, accurate work; a 7-inch LCD color monitor, which ensures the safety of the equipment. Specification Bucket Backhoe Machine working weight (kg) 19900 Bucket capacity (m³) 0.8 Boom length

Volvo Designed An Incredible ElectroHydraulic System

Volvo Construction Equipment's teams in Sweden and South Korea have been quietly working with Norrhydro to develop an electrohydraulic system that is expected to reduce energy losses and improve the fuel efficiency of excavators. Adding hydraulic power to the hydraulic accumulator (located at the rear of the excavator) increases performance and decreases fuel consumption. All

By |2021-09-26T07:13:41+00:00September 26th, 2021|Categories: FridayParts Campaign, Heavy equipment, Industry|Tags: , , , , , , |0 Comments

What Cause A Hydraulic Pumping System Failure?

Hydraulic system is one of the most common parts of heavy machinery, not only excavators but also lifting equipment, mining machines, and other heavy equipment. There is no denying that the hydraulic pumping system is easy to control and helps machine owners reduce around 80% of oil consumption than pneumatic systems, however, the maintenance

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Maintenance Tips For Final Drive

The final drive is a vital component for all types of heavy equipment, which consists of two main parts involving hydraulic motor and gearbox. The main use of the final drive is to transfer the power to the machine undercarriage tracks. We sometimes receive questions from clients asking if they need to replace their

Tips for maintaining excavator undercarriage

The wear of the excavator undercarriage components is an inevitable problem for all excavator owners. Lack of regular maintenance will reduce the efficiency of the machine operation and accelerate the wear and tear issue of undercarriage parts. FridayParts undercarriage parts: https://www.fridayparts.com/undercarriage FridayParts will list five tips in this post to help you maintain your excavator

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How to check the speed drop of the excavator

First, test the output power of the engine itself. Following parts you may need to check air valves https://www.fridayparts.com/engine-spare-parts/intake-exhaust-valve fuel injectors https://www.fridayparts.com/engine-spare-parts/injectors-nozzle turbocharger https://www.fridayparts.com/engine-spare-parts/turbocharger hydraulic pump https://www.fridayparts.com/hydraulic-parts/hydraulic-pump-parts If the output power of the engine is lower than the rated power, the causes of the failure are as follows: Poor fuel quality; Low fuel pressure;

By |2021-06-28T07:34:51+00:00June 17th, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , |0 Comments

Excavator Failure Checklist

The diesel filter element is frequently blocked: Check whether the coarse filter is clogged and clean it up in time. Otherwise, the coarse debris cannot be filtered, which will easily cause the clogging of the fine filter. Air conditioning airflow becomes weak: To check whether the air inlet filter element is blocked. The engine

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