Monday, September 20, 2010

Caterpillar 777F Off-Highway Truck


Top Performance. Developed specifically for mining, quarry and construction applications, the 777F keeps material moving at high volume to lower cost-per ton. Reliable, Durable, Dependable. Rugged construction and easy maintenance procedures ensure long life with low operating costs.

Operating Specifications

Nominal Payload Class
90.9 tonnes
100 tons
Top Speed - Loaded
64.5 km/h
40.1 mph
Body Capacity - Struck
41.9 m3
54.8 yd3
Body Capacity - SAE 2:1
60.2 m3
78.8 yd3
Maximum Capacity
101.6 tonnes
100 tons
Steer Angle
30.5 Degrees
30.5 Degrees

Engine

Engine Model
Cat® C32 ACERT™
Rated Engine Speed
1750 RPM
1750 RPM
Gross Power - SAE J1995
758 kW
1016 hp
Net Power - SAE J1349
700 kW
938.7 hp
Net Power - Cat
700 kW
938.7 hp
Flywheel Power
700 kW
938.7 hp
Net Power - ISO 9249
700 kW
938.7 hp
Net Power - 80/1269/EEC
700 kW
938.7 hp
Number of Cylinders
12
Bore
145 mm
5.7 in
Stroke
162 mm
6.4 in
Displacement
32.1 L
1959 in3

Weights - Approximate

Target Gross Machine Operating Weight
163293 kg
360000 lb
Operating Weight - Empty
73976.4 kg
163089.85 lb
Chassis Weight
48877 kg
107756 lb
Body Weight
16420 kg
36200 lb

Capacity - Dual Slope - 100% fill factor

Struck
41.9 m3
54.8 yd3
Heaped 2:1 (SAE)
60.2 m3
78.8 yd3

Weight Distributions - Approximate

Front Axle - Empty
45 %
45 %
Front Axle - Loaded
33 %
33 %
Rear Axle - Empty
55 %
55 %
Rear Axle - Loaded
67 %
67 %

Transmission

Forward 1
10.5 km/h
6.5 mph
Forward 2
14.3 km/h
8.9 mph
Forward 3
19.3 km/h
12 mph
Forward 4
26.1 km/h
16.2 mph
Forward 5
35.4 km/h
22 mph
Forward 6
47.6 km/h
29.6 mph
Forward 7
64.5 km/h
40.1 mph
Reverse
12.1 km/h
7.5 mph

Final Drives

Differential Ratio
2.74:1
Planetary Ratio
7.00:1
Total Reduction Ratio
19.16:1

Brakes

Brake Surface - Front
40225 cm2
6235 in2
Brake Surface - Rear
102116 cm2
15828 in2
Brake Standards
ISO 3450: 1996

Service Refill Capacities

Fuel Tank
1136 L
300 gal
Cooling System
232 L
61 gal
Differentials and Final Drives
264 L
70 gal
Steering Tank
30 L
8 gal
Steering System (Includes Tank)
57 L
15 gal
Torque Converter / Brake / Hoist Hydraulic Tank
189 L
50 gal
Torque Converter / Brake / Hoist System (Includes Tank)
504 L
133 gal

Body Hoists

Pump Flow - High Idle
492 L/min
130 gal/min
Relief Valve Setting - Raise
18950 kPa
2750 psi
Relief Valve Setting - Lower
3450 kPa
500 psi
Body Raise Time - High Idle
15 Seconds
15 Seconds
Body Lower Time - Float
13 Seconds
13 Seconds
Body Power Down - High Idle
13 Seconds
13 Seconds

Suspension

Effective Cylinder Stroke - Front
319 mm
12.6 in
Effective Cylinder Stroke - Rear
165 mm
6.5 in
Rear Axle Oscillation
5.4 Degrees
5.4 Degrees

Approximate Weights - Dual Slope

Chassis
48877 kg
107756 lb
Body
16420 kg
36200 lb

Dimensions

Height - Top of ROPS
4715 mm
15.46 ft
Overall Body Length
9830 mm
32.25 ft
Inside Body Length
6580 mm
21.58 ft
Overall Length
10535 mm
34.56 ft
Wheelbase
4560 mm
14.96 ft
Rear Axle to Tail
3062 mm
10.04 ft
Ground Clearance
896 mm
2.93 ft
Dump Clearance
965 mm
3.17 ft
Loading Height - Empty
4380 mm
14.37 ft
Inside Body Depth - Max
1895 mm
6.21 ft
Overall Height - Body Raised
10325 mm
33.87 ft
Operating Width
6494 mm
21.3 ft
Centerline Front Tire Width
4050 mm
13.28 ft
Engine Guard Clearance
864 mm
2.83 ft
Overall Canopy Width
6050 mm
19.84 ft
Outside Body Width
5524 mm
18.12 ft
Inside Body Width
5200 mm
17.06 ft
Front Canopy Height
5170 mm
16.96 ft
Rear Axle Clearance
880 mm
2.88 ft
Centerline Rear Dual Tire Width
3576 mm
11.73 ft
Overall Tire Width
5223 mm
17.13 ft

Tires

Standard Tire
27.00R49 (E4)

ROPS

ROPS / FOPS Standards
.ISO 3471:1994 ISO 3449:1992 Level II

Sound

Sound Standards
.ANSI/J919 APR95 SAE J88 APR95

Steering

Steering Standards
SAE J1511 FEB94 ISO 5010:1992
Steer Angle
30.5 Degrees
30.5 Degrees

Approximate Weights - Dual Slope Lined

Body
22187 kg
48914 lb


Source : cat

Thursday, September 2, 2010

NTEA Truck Product Conference, and Business and Market Planning Summit


August 30, 2010 - NTEA Truck Product Conference

Gain direct access to new model chassis and the engineers who design them at the National Truck Equipment Association’s New Model Truck Product Conference (TPC), scheduled Sept. 13–15, 2010 at the Hyatt Regency Dearborn (Dearborn, MI). This members-only event is the place to see new model year changes firsthand; learn key information on specifications and design; and gain details on critical issues affecting the industry.

Also, NTEA members can take advantage of the opportunity to network with other industry professionals; look under the hood of new models; and learn how chassis manufacturers are resolving challenges.

Participating chassis manufacturers include:

· Ford Commercial Truck

· Freightliner Trucks

· General Motors Fleet and Commercial Operations

· Hino Trucks

· International Truck

· Isuzu Commercial Truck of America, Inc.

· Kenworth Truck Company

· Ram Trucks

· Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc.

· Western Star Trucks

NTEA members can register for the Truck Product Conference on or before Sept. 3, 2010 to take advantage of early bird conference discounts of $99. After Sept. 3, registration costs increase to $119.




NTEA Business and Market Planning Summit


Leading economists will present critical business planning and economic forecast information affecting the work truck industry at the National Truck Equipment Association’s Business and Market Planning Summit, scheduled Sept. 16, 2010 at the Hyatt Regency Dearborn (Dearborn, MI).

The Summit brings together the nation’s top economists from some of the world’s most respected companies to present industry projections, sales trend insights and economic forecasts on national and regional growth. Attendees will find answers to issues affecting the industry and their firm, and gain valuable strategic planning tools and resources.

Business and Market Planning Summit speakers and topics include:

· North American Macroeconomic Forecast: Mark Vitner, Senior Economist & Director of Corporate Investment Banking, Wachovia Corporation (Charlotte, NC) — Learn the macroeconomic forecasts for the U.S., Canadian and Mexican economies.

· North American Construction Industry Forecast: Charles Yengst, President, Yengst Associates, Inc. (Wilton, CT) — Hear the forecast for the North American construction industry.

· North American Commercial Truck Industry Forecast: Kenneth Kremar, Principal, Industry Forecast Practices Group, Global Insight (Eddystone, PA) — Hear the forecast of North American truck sales for the work truck and trailer industry.

· Truck Equipment Market Outlook, Domestic and International:

Steve Latin-Kasper, Market Data and Research Director, National Truck Equipment Association (Farmington Hills, MI) — Review the truck equipment segment of the industry, including prospects in terms of truck and trailer sales, equipment sales, application markets, leading indicators and foreign trade.

Register for the Business and Market Planning Summit by Sept. 3, 2010

to take advantage of early bird conference discounts of $249 members and $299 nonmembers. After Sept. 3, registration costs increase to $299 members and $349 nonmembers.

For more information or to register for these events, visit www.ntea.com or call 1-800-441-NTEA (6832).

Source : heg.baumpub

Popular Posts

Loading...