02 equipment types

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02 equipment types

  1. 1. EquipmentEquipment TypesTypes
  2. 2. Machine TypesMachine Types  Machine Types:Machine Types:  Dozer,Compactor, Scraper, Trucks/Excavator,Dozer,Compactor, Scraper, Trucks/Excavator, Grader, LoaderGrader, Loader  Capabilities:Capabilities:  Payload, production, speed,Payload, production, speed,  Specifications:Specifications:  Cost, Horsepower, weight, ground pressure,Cost, Horsepower, weight, ground pressure, expected lifeexpected life
  3. 3. Equipment TypesEquipment Types  DozerDozer  Landfill CompactorLandfill Compactor  Track LoadersTrack Loaders  BackhoeBackhoe  Water TruckWater Truck  Motor GraderMotor Grader  Wheel LoadersWheel Loaders
  4. 4. DozerDozer  Pushes wastePushes waste  Spreads CoverSpreads Cover  Low groundLow ground pressurepressure  Good TractionGood Traction
  5. 5. CompactorCompactor  Spreads WasteSpreads Waste  Compacts WasteCompacts Waste  The compactorThe compactor directs celldirects cell construction.construction.
  6. 6. Truck and ExcavatorTruck and Excavator  Excavates SoilExcavates Soil  Transports SoilTransports Soil  Performs BasicPerforms Basic GradingGrading
  7. 7. Support EquipmentSupport Equipment  Water TruckWater Truck  Motor GraderMotor Grader  Vibratory CompactorVibratory Compactor  VactorVactor  ExcavatorExcavator  Boom TruckBoom Truck  Back hoeBack hoe  MowersMowers
  8. 8. LoadersLoaders  Work-aloneWork-alone CapabilitiesCapabilities  Excavates SoilExcavates Soil  Pushes WastePushes Waste  Compacts WasteCompacts Waste  Places CoverPlaces Cover
  9. 9. ExcavatorsExcavators  Loading trucksLoading trucks  DiggingDigging  TrenchingTrenching  LiftingLifting  Grading slopesGrading slopes  Special toolsSpecial tools
  10. 10. Landfill EquipmentLandfill Equipment  Primary EquipmentPrimary Equipment  Refuse Handling - used to push, place,Refuse Handling - used to push, place, compact, trim and cover refusecompact, trim and cover refuse  Excavation - used to excavate and transportExcavation - used to excavate and transport cover materials from stockpiles or excavationcover materials from stockpiles or excavation areas to the active landfillareas to the active landfill  Support EquipmentSupport Equipment  Such as water trucks and motor gradersSuch as water trucks and motor graders
  11. 11. Choosing the CorrectChoosing the Correct EquipmentEquipment  Consider priceConsider price  Consider tasksConsider tasks  Look ahead 5-10 yearsLook ahead 5-10 years  Equipment VersatilityEquipment Versatility
  12. 12. How Many Machines perHow Many Machines per (Service/Repair) Worker?(Service/Repair) Worker?  Well, it depends mostlyWell, it depends mostly on tonnage.on tonnage.  We found that itWe found that it averagedaveraged approximately 98 tonsapproximately 98 tons per machine.per machine.  Included:Included:  Compactors, dozers,Compactors, dozers, graders, water trucks,graders, water trucks, scrapers, loaders …allscrapers, loaders …all heavy equipment.heavy equipment. Total No. of Machines vs. TPD 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 Tons per Day TotalNo.ofMachines
  13. 13. Equipment Selection - 1Equipment Selection - 1  Define the TasksDefine the Tasks  Match the Equipment to Each TaskMatch the Equipment to Each Task  Assign Equipment CostsAssign Equipment Costs  Consider Alternative MachinesConsider Alternative Machines This is A Process
  14. 14. Equipment Selection - 2Equipment Selection - 2  Based on site-specific parameters suchBased on site-specific parameters such as:as:  tons of refuse handled per daytons of refuse handled per day  soil typesoil type  topographytopography  scraper haul/return distancesscraper haul/return distances  type of refuse, etc..type of refuse, etc..
  15. 15. Vehicle SimulationVehicle Simulation  Available from DealerAvailable from Dealer  Database of Equipment specificationsDatabase of Equipment specifications  Plug in the variablesPlug in the variables  slope or gradeslope or grade  haul/push distanceshaul/push distances  soil typesoil type  unusual stuffunusual stuff
  16. 16. Other Equipment ChoiceOther Equipment Choice OptionsOptions  Look-up Tables: Not as accurate as a site-Look-up Tables: Not as accurate as a site- specific selection study but fasterspecific selection study but faster  You can prepare your ownYou can prepare your own  Equipment VersatilityEquipment Versatility
  17. 17. Ways to Cut Equipment CostsWays to Cut Equipment Costs  Reducing Out-of-Reducing Out-of- Pocket CostsPocket Costs  Principle CostsPrinciple Costs  Interest CostsInterest Costs  Insurance CostsInsurance Costs  Salvage ValueSalvage Value  FuelsFuels  Lube, Oil, FilterLube, Oil, Filter  Repair ReserveRepair Reserve  Ground EngagingGround Engaging Tools (G.E.T.)Tools (G.E.T.)  TiresTires
  18. 18. Ways to Cut Equipment CostsWays to Cut Equipment Costs (con’t)(con’t)  Reducing HiddenReducing Hidden CostsCosts  UnproductiveUnproductive MachineMachine  DowntimeDowntime  Major RebuildMajor Rebuild  UnexpectedUnexpected BreakdownBreakdown  No OperatorNo Operator AvailableAvailable  Machine Down DueMachine Down Due toto Lack of SupportLack of Support EquipmentEquipment  Machine Down forMachine Down for ServiceService  Wrong Machine forWrong Machine for the Jobthe Job

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