Rigid Dump Truck / Haul Truck
Haul trucks are off-highway, two-axle, rigid dump trucks specifically engineered for use in high production mining and heavy-duty construction environments. Two very well known models from the 1970s the 350T TerexTitan and 235TWabco 3200/B were of a three axle design. Haul truck capacities range from 40 short tons (36 t) to 400 short tons (363 t).Large quarry-sized trucks range from 40 to 100 tons. A good example of this is the Caterpillar 775 (rated at 70 short tons (64 t)). Quarry operations are typically smaller than, say, a gold/copper mine, and require smaller trucks.Standard mining trucks fall into these classes 130T, 150T, 190T, 240T, 320T, and 400T (ultra-class).
EngineModel MTU Detroit Diesel 12 V Series 2000 Type 4 Cycle, V12, diesel injection Emission Certification U.S. E.P.A Tier 2, E.U. Stage II Aspiration Turbocharged / Aftercooled Rated Power SAE J1995, gross 567 kW (760 HP) at 2 100 min-1 (rpm) Rated Power SAE J1349, net 520 kW (698 HP) at 2 100 min-1 (rpm) Rated Power ISO 9249, net 520 kW (698 HP) at 2 100 min-1 (rpm) Rated Power EEC 80/1269, net 520 kW (698 HP) at 2 100 min-1 (rpm) Maximum Torque 3 091 Nm (315 kgf m) at 1 350 min-1 (rpm) Piston Displacement 23.9 L Bore and Stroke 130 x 150 mm Torque Rise 20 % Starting