hydraulic backhoe

hydraulic backhoe

[hī′drȯ·lik ′bak‚hō]
(mechanical engineering)
A backhoe operated by a hydraulic mechanism.
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Fun to use and practical to own, the hydraulic backhoe provides you with back-saving methods to dig, move, remove, place and even lift.
Case leads the industry in providing the only cab-activated hydraulic backhoe quick-coupler, hand-held hydraulics and loader quick-coupler options.
Two men and two pieces of equipment cleared the entire right-of-way of trees and underbrush - a widetrack Caterpillar D-5 angle dozer and a wide-track Komatsu four-yd hydraulic backhoe were used.
The Model 12 has a normal thrust of 25,000 pounds and gets it power from any hydraulic backhoe With 18 to 28 gpm @ 2500 psi.
The limestone, previously shifted by 35 t haulers, is blasted from the 15 m high face and loaded by a Komatsu PC650 hydraulic backhoe directly into the Lokotrack's vibrating feeder.
Other features include: pilot operated hydraulic backhoe and IT loader; 205 degree rotation of the backhoe bucket linkage (rotation is 40 degrees more that the C-Series backhoes with a single pin position); all former models' buckets and Cat work tools can be used on the D-Series; and new bucket teeth provide longer wear life and feature the exclusive Cat Diagonal Retention System for easy tooth replacement.