The next-generation 336 Caterpillar excavator has an operating weight of 81,900 pounds and maximum dig depth of 26 feet 9 inches with a 12-foot-10-inch stick. Integrated Cat Connect technology includes Cat Grade with 2D, Grade Assist, Cat payload, and a geo-fence.
How wide is a 336 CAT excavator?
|Boom||Reach 6.5 m (21’4″) Reach 6.5 m (21’4″)|
|Track Length||16.6 ft 5030 mm|
|Track Length to Center of Rollers||13.3 ft 4040 mm|
|Track Gauge||8.5 ft 2590 mm|
|Transport Width||11.3 ft 3440 mm|
How much does a 300 excavator weight?
Max. Digging Depth: 7.87 m (25 ft. 10 in.) Operating Weight: 31 339 kg (69,223 lb.)
How deep can a 330 excavator dig?
Working Ranges & Forces
|Maximum Digging Depth||23.8 ft 7240 mm|
|Maximum Depth Cut for 2440 mm (8 ft) Level Bottom||23.3 ft 7090 mm|
|Maximum Vertical Wall Digging Depth||19.8 ft 6010 mm|
|Bucket Digging Force – ISO||40200 lbf 179 kN|
|Stick Digging Force – ISO||28300 lbf 126 kN|
How much fuel does an excavator use per hour?
It all depends on the excavator. A cat 330 will use between 10 and 14 gallons per hour. And an Hitachi 350 or Komatsu 300 will use between 5 and 8 gallons per hour.
How wide is a 320 excavator?
|Boom||Reach 5.7 m (18’8″) Reach 5.7 m (18’8″)|
|Track Length||14.7 ft 4450 mm|
|Length to Center of Rollers||12 ft 3650 mm|
|Track Gauge||7.9 ft 2380 mm|
|Transport Width||9.8 ft 2980 mm|
How much does a large excavator weigh?
Large excavators are available that weigh more than 90,000 lbs., and are most often used in industrial applications. You’re more likely to see a large excavator being used to dig a mine rather than construct a building.
How wide is a 20 ton excavator?
|Operating weight||kg||19 870 – 24 580|
|Tear out force, SAE J1179 (Boost)||kN||107|
|Overall width||mm||2 990|
How much is a new cat excavator?
They are designed for all types of work and are for sale at various prices. Depending on which type you prefer, the CAT excavator pricing range goes from around $100,000 to $850,000. You can buy a new CAT excavator weighing 26,000lbs with a 70hp engine at the lower end of the scale.