Above on the page there're some Service PDF Manuals, Electric Wiring Diagrams & Fault Codes DTC for KOMATSU Dump Trucks.
The Japanese equipment manufacturer Komatsu offers a wide range of different machines, among which heavy dump trucks for quarry work occupy a special place.
Komatsu also produces loaders, excavators, motorgraders and rough terrain truck cranes.
This is a powerful cargo special equipment with a carrying capacity of 25-290 tons.
Regardless of the load capacity, each unit is distinguished by ease of operation, reliability, and wear resistance.
As a rule, equipment of this type is characterized by impressive dimensions, but even with such features it is not difficult for the operator to control the dump truck.
Of the many advantages of Komatsu heavy trucks, it is worth noting:
- fuel economy at maximum performance;
- a large and comfortable cabin for the operator;
- maximum comfort, regardless of environmental conditions (protection of the operator from accidents, dust, atmospheric influences);
- convenient loading of a body;
- hydropneumatic suspension for off-road operation.
The Komatsu truck brand produces a large number of dump trucks designed for quarrying.
Special equipment is distinguished by maintainability, long service life.
Powerful engines of own production work both in a heat, and in a cold.
Large fuel tank (more than 3000 liters) allows you to work several shifts without the need to refuel.
With impressive dimensions, the turning radius of such trucks is minimal.
For example, equipment that takes on board up to 190 tons is deployed at 25 meters.
That is, the loading area can be quite small: the vehicle's impressive agility makes loading very convenient.
This saves time and fuel consumption of loading mechanisms and the dump truck itself.
Special equipment of this type is widely used in places where coal, ore and other minerals are mined.
Therefore, the services of such mechanisms will be needed by companies engaged in mining activities.
A long service interval helps save money: refueling and pre-operational inspection of equipment requires a minimum of time.