Light Duty 8CBM back loader garbage remoral compactor Garbage Truck
At the heart of every garbage truck are its basic driving elements. These are the parts common to all trucks, including the frame, engine and wheels. Since a garbage truck is designed to carry heavy loads when full, all of these elements must be heavy duty. Most garbage trucks feature diesel engines and transmissions that allow for a great deal of low-end torque. This means a limited top speed but better hauling ability and overall durability. Garbage trucks also feature a cab of some sort, in which the driver (and, in some cases, other trash collection workers) can sit while the truck is in motion. The cab contains many of the truck's controls, including all of those used for regular driving, though other controls may be placed on the vehicle's exterior for convenience.
|Model||Light Duty 8CBM back loader garbage remoral compactor Garbage Truck|
|Capacity of body||8CBM|
|Specification of vehicle||Outside dimension(mm):||8995x2450x2850|
|Curb weight (kg):||5369|
|Approach / departure angle(mm):||19/16|
|Front / rear suspension(mm):||1160/2335|
|Fuel type :||Diesel|
|Engine specs||Model :||4110|
|Chassis specs||Driving type:||4×2|
|Displacement standard:||Euro 2|
|Front / rear axle(T):||3.2/8.2T|
|Gear box:||Five forwards, one revere, mechanical|
|cab:||2080 type three seats|
|Air condition :||Optional|
With large pressure, good leak proof ness, convenient operation and dependable security.
Garbage trucks collect trash in a container that usually comprises most of the vehicle's mass, known as the hopper. Hoppers may consist of a single, large open space or a series of compartments for collecting different types of trash. Garbage truck hoppers may also be referred to as compactors in cases where a packer blade is used. The packer blade is used to compress the trash in order to make more space inside the hopper. Packer blades are controlled through a hydraulic system capable of exerting large pressure on the trash. Some modern garbage trucks are able to use their packer blades while driving, so that the trash is compressed between stops leaving room for more to be added. It is the hopper and packer blade that set garbage trucks apart from other types of vehicles or from the multipurpose carts and trucks that preceded the modern garbage truck.
|Contact Person :||Ms. Tracy|