• 2016 • 2,136 Hours • 600mm Pads • Safety Valves • Double Acting Hammer Pipework • Hill Twinlock Hydraulic Quick Hitch • Rear View Camera • Safety Rails • Heavy Duty Screen Guard • LED Work Lights • 70" Digging Bucket • Radio • Beacon
• 5.9m Gooseneck Boom, 2.7m Stick • Hill Quick Hitch, GP Bucket • Auto lube, Radio Comfort • Rear view camera, Rotating beacon • Undercarriage 60% good • The machine will be serviced and repaired as required. Engine Manufacturer: Liebherr, Engine Model: D934 A7, Operating Weight: 26,150
Liebherr 974. TRACK MACHINE. RE ADVERTISED DUE TO TIME WASTER. VERY GENUINE MACHINE. DIRECT FROM WORK. READY FOR WORK. TRANSPORT & SHIPPING CAN BE ORGANISED. We specialise in used tractors and used agricultural machinery and regularly have in stock a vast range of high qual...
7.0m Gooseneck Boom, 2.6m Stick, GP Bucket, Operator seat with horizontal damping, Top + Front screen guard, Rotating beacon, Undercarriage 50% good, The machine will be serviced and repaired as required. Operating Weight: 66,300, Engine Manufacturer: Liebherr, Engine Model: D9508
Liebherr 26m high reach demolition excavator with a 26M reach Liebherr demolition equipment , hydraulic tilting cab , various hydraulic line for hammer / shear rotating attachments , boom and dipper safety check valves , dust suppression system , cab cage , auto lube system , rear view camera , r...
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WHEELED INDUSTRIAL TIMBER HANDLER • Weight 24,600 kg • Liebherr D 934 S diesel engine 105 kW / 143 HP (stage IIIA / Tier 3) • 6.0m Industrial mono boom angled, 5.0m Industrial stick angled • Timber Grab • 800mm Static cab elevation • Rotating beacon, 4 Outriggers • Operator seat air suspen...
WHEELED INDUSTRIAL WASTE HANDLER • Liebherr D934 diesel engine 129 kW / 175 HP (stage IIIB/ Tier 4i) • 6.8m Industrial straight mono boom • 5.0m Industrial stick with tipping kinematics • Selector Grab • Hydraulic adjustable cab, Top + Front screen guard • Operator seat Comfort • Solid twi...
• 4.6m Gooseneck Boom, 2.65m Stick, Hammer hydraulics • Hydr. Quick Hitch, Bulk Bucket, Ditching Bucket • Rotating beacon • Undercarriage 50% good • The machine will be serviced and repaired as required. A/C, Engine Model: TCD2012 L04, Operating Weight: 15,200
TRACKED INDUSTRIAL SCRAP HANDLER • 10.3m Industrial mono boom, 8.0m Industrial stick • Five tine Grab • Hydraulic adjustable cab • Front guard, Beacon • Undercarriage 90% good (new pads, chains, idlers etc.) • The machine has been fully serviced, repaired & painted as required. Operating...
• Weight 39,050 kg • Liebherr D 936 A7 diesel engine 200 kW / 272 HP • 6.8m Straight Gooseneck boom, 2.9m Stick, Hammer hydraulics • Direct mount Hill HD Bucket with teeth, 72” (1800mm), 2.5m3 • Top + Front guard, Radio • Rotating beacon, Rear view camera • Undercarriage 50% good • The mac...
• Weight 44,800 kg • Liebherr D936 A7 diesel engine 220 kW / 300 HP • 6.45m Gooseneck Boom SME, 2.6m Stick SME • HSM HD Bucket with Esco teeth, 1605mm, 2.8m3 • Radio, Rotating beacon • Undercarriage 40% good • The machine will be serviced and repaired as required
Demolition excavators deliver exceptional levels of reach and power to ensure that they can cope with the requirements of this tough type of operation.Read More
Demolition excavators deliver exceptional levels of reach and power to ensure that they can cope with the requirements of this tough type of operation.
With both standard and extended arms, along with a range of protective systems to keep the machine’s operator safe while also looking after the integrity of its mechanical systems, demolition excavators can venture where others fear to tread.
Many good equipment manufacturers produce excavator models that have been honed to handle demolition duties, including the likes of Komatsu, Caterpillar and Liebherr.
And with lots of varying operational parameters to keep in mind, choosing a demolition excavator should be done with care.Overview
In general, you will find that a cab of a demolition excavator will come with more elements designed to keep the operator safe than might be seen on standard models.
This is because of the threats posed by things such as falling masonry and stray rubble.
A full demo cage may be present on some units, while others will offer better rollover protection in order to ensure that any mishaps do not endanger the operator.
The body of a demolition excavator will also exhibit the signs of its specialist design, with models made more durable through the addition of plating on the underside to allow them to operate over rough, obstacle-strewn terrain without impediment or damage occurring.
Of course, this means that when buying a used demolition excavator, it pays to give the body an extensive examination from every angle because of the likelihood of wear and tear being generated in the line of duty.
In terms of reach, a demolition excavator can offer anything from around 10 metres to more than 30 metres, depending on the type of boom used.
Some booms adopt the gooseneck set-up, while others will be telescopic in order to achieved the desired operating height. And the hydraulic capabilities of the boom are seen elsewhere in the design of demolition excavators.
For example, it is common to see hydraulic tilting capabilities added to the cab, since most of the operator’s attention will be focused on things going on high above his head rather than immediately in front of or below as it is with all-purpose excavators.
Certain demolition excavators will come with hydraulically extendable undercarriage elements to provide better stability and improve the overall operating height.
You may even encounter convenient add-ons such as boom-mounted cameras to allow operators to use the equipment with precision even if they are working at the full extent that the length of the boom will allow.
Driver comfort in a demolition environment can be compromised by a number of conditions that are inherent to this type of work, which is why demolition excavators can offer advanced ventilation to deal with the harmful levels of dust in the surrounding air.
Working lights, beacons and in-cab displays for the camera feedback can also be encountered on this type of machinery.
So ensure that when you are buying a used demolition excavator you are picking a model that is well equipped for the work at hand; in many cases, a standard model will not be enough.