New LIEBHERR R 996B - FACE SHOVEL Face Shovel for sale

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Full Specifications

Common Fields

Country Australia

Standard Fields

Model R 996B - FACE SHOVEL
Year 2011


Bottom Dump Bucket Capacity - m3 34
Reach at ground level - mm 15,090
Dump height - mm 12,900
Bucket breakout - kgf 194,300


Engine Make-Model 2 x Cummins K1800 E
Net engine power SAE rated - kW 2240
Engine displacement - ltr 2 x 50.3
Number of cylinders 16


Pump types 8 variable flow axial piston pumps
Relief valve pressure main pumps - bar 320
Main pumps flow - lpm 8 x 840 l/min
Spare attachments spool No


Operating weight - MT 676
Width - mm 8100
Tailswing radius - mm 7,630
Track length on ground - mm 7,500
Track pad width - mm 1400
Speed - kph 2.2
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