The Biggest Hydraulic Excavator And Crane in The World
Comment: Braake : Fake... Do this in the real world at a mine ull have cunts covered in grease, coal, and dirt.
They'll be smokin darbs, drinking coffee and taking more breaks then bondi beach!!.
Bucket-wheel excavators (BWEs) are heavy equipment used in surface mining.
The primary function of BWEs is to act as a continuous digging machine in large-scale open-pit mining operations.
What sets BWEs apart from other large-scale mining equipment, such as bucket chain excavators,
is their use of a large wheel consisting of a continuous pattern of buckets used to scoop material as the wheel turns.
They are among the largest vehicles ever constructed, and the biggest bucket-wheel excavator ever built,
Bagger 293, is the largest terrestrial (land) vehicle in human history by weight (14,200 tonnes), according to the Guinness Book of World Records.