Spanish manufacturer Solintal, a specialist in the manufacture of buckets for the earthmoving and mining sector, continues to deliver buckets to the Japanese company Komatsu, one of the large international machinery manufacturers it makes products for.
One of the latest buckets delivered was for the Komatsu PC4000 excavator, a mining vehicle with a working weight ranging between 388 and 409 t, with a drive power of 1.400 kW. This design has been made specifically to load dump trucks with a load capacity ranging between 136 and 218 tons, and a bucket capacity ranging between 22 and 29 m 3 . This digger, with Solintal’s bucket, was exhibited at the last Bauma, where thousands of users and visitors took pictures inside the bucket.
The bucket on the Komatsu PC4000 weighs between 32 and 34 tons and is 4.677 mm long, 3.520 mm wide and 3.710 mm tall. Its load capacity is between 22 and 29 m 3 depending on the design of the bucket.
Solintal has been working regularly with the japanese manufacturer Komatsu for many years. This year they produced more than ten similar devices. In addition to the smaller ones from the PC3000 range, the company is currently producing several giant PC7000 and PC8000 units.
For reference, the company continues to stock new equipment for the latest 752-771-ton excavator.
Known around the world as a company that designs and manufactures buckets for the mining sector, Solintal makes products for most mining companies, including manufacturers of primary equipment as well as companies dedicated to mineral extraction and processing. The Madrid company’s quality, professionalism, prestige and reliability have made it a partner that manufacturers and mining companies can rely on.
Solintal is known on all five continents for the buckets it designs and manufactures, as well as the repair kits, water bowsers for irrigation at mines, with capacities ranging from 20.000 to 180.000 litres, dump truck hoppers for any model of truck and type of material, arms and rockers for all kinds of large diggers.
Solintal continues to deliver Buckets to Komatsu