Large, heavy-duty trucks known as dump trucks are used to transport dumps (landfill materials like sand, gravel, or rubbish) from one location to another. They are also known as damper trucks or tipper trucks. Hydraulic rams on these trucks raise the front of the open-box bed, allowing the dump to be thrown behind the truck at the delivery location. Dump trucks exist in a variety of shapes and sizes, each designed to perform a specific task in the supply chains for mining and construction materials.
With a 496-ton payload capacity, Belaz 75710 is the biggest mining dump truck in the entire globe. The exceptionally heavy dump truck was introduced by Belarusian business Belaz in October 2013. The vehicle’s gross operational weight is 810 tonnes. It is 9.87 meters wide and has an 8.16 meter loading height. Overall length of the truck is 20.60 meters.
The most recent model in the 797 series is the Caterpillar 797F, which has been in operation since 2009. 363 tonnes can be loaded on it. Gross working weight of the truck is 688 tonnes. When loaded, it is 6.52 meters tall and 9.75 meters broad. Overall length of the truck is 14.80 meters.
Liebherr T 284
The Liebherr T 284 dump truck is the sixth-largest vehicle in the world with a 363-ton payload capacity. The truck’s operating weight is 600 tons. Its loading height is 7.42 meters, and its width is 9.68 meters. Overall length of the truck is 15.69 meters. A 20-cylinder MTU 20V4000 C23 diesel engine with a maximum gross output of 3,750 horsepower powers the Liebherr T 284. It is propelled by achi’s IGBT AC electric motor technology and has a top speed of 64 km/h.
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