digging height

digging height

[′dig·iŋ ‚hīt]
(mining engineering)
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1 m), a reach of slightly more than 53 ft, and digging height of more than 45 ft.
Maximum digging height is 18 feet, 3 inches; maximum dumping height is 12 feet, 8 inches; maximum digging depth is 11 feet, 6 inches; drawbar pull is 9435 pounds; arm crowd force is 4850 pounds, and its maximum digging force is 7630 pounds.
The Kubota U17 has an 11-foot, seven-inch maximum digging height, and an eight-foot maximum dumping height to reach elevations needed for virtually any job.
It features a maximum digging depth of 4 feet 11 inches, a maximum digging height of 9 feet 2 inches, a maximum dumping height of 6 feet 6 inches, and a bucket breakout force of 2,370 pounds Ph: 866.
It features a maximum digging height of 14 feet 9 inches, a maximum dumping height of 10 feet 7 inches, a maximum digging depth of 8 feet 8 inches, and a maximum digging force of 4,920 pounds.
Operating at 3,693 pounds, the KX41-3V delivers a wide operational range resulting in a maximum digging height of 11 feet 8 inches and maximum digging depth of 7 feet 9 inches.
The PC35MR-2 features a maximum digging height of 16 feet, 5 inches, a maximum dumping height of 11 feet, 7 inches, a maximum digging depth of 10 feet, 5 inches, drawbar pull of 7,940 pounds, arm crowd force of 4,630 pounds and a maximum digging force of 6,720 pounds.
With a maximum digging depth of 152 inches and a maximum digging height of 227.