heaped capacity

heaped capacity

[¦hēpt kə′pas·əd·ē]
(mining engineering)
In scraper loading, the volume of heaped material that a scraper will hold.
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Heaped capacity is 78.8 cubic yards (60.2 m3) in its standard configuration.
The unit has a heaped capacity of 23m3 and its hydraulic hoses, electrical interfaces and transmission mountings have been upgraded over those seen in Terex Trucks' previous models.
These attachments are available in four widths offering heaped capacity of up to 30 cubic feet.
Boasting a 444-hp Tier 4 compliant Scania DC13 engine, the powerful TA400 has a maximum payload of 41.9 tons and a heaped capacity of 30.3 cu.
The TR100 is the largest rigid dump truck in the five-model Terex line-up, with a heaped capacity of 57m[sup.3], and the 91 tonne (100 ton) payload truck is powered by a 783kW Cummins KTA38-C engine.
The new ejector body concept, which has a heaped capacity of 22.5 [m.sup.3] (identical to that of the conventional rear-tip unit), will be available to customers as an option on the B40 C model from the middle of this year.
www.iploca.com models weigh between 783 and 8,576 pounds, with the largest model boasting a heaped capacity of 5 1/4 cubic yards.
heaped capacity body, customers will benefit from low cost-per-ton per hour when moving material with the Terex TA300 articulated truck.
Its heaped capacity is 17.5m[sup.3] and has a fully independent front suspension as standard.
Powered by a Volvo TD71G diesel engine, rated at 137 kW, the A30 has a heaped capacity of 11.5 [m.sup.3] and can haul at speeds up to 34 km/h.