Extremely Dangerous Biggest Bulldozer in The World | CAT D11 Bulldozer | Heavy Equipment Machines

Extremely Dangerous Biggest Bulldozer in The World | CAT D11 Bulldozer | Heavy Equipment Machines

I enjoyed the video that is one huge machine I did some mechanic work on a D10 years ago and I thought that was a big machine. I worked on a lot of the low track D9s years ago that was in my much younger days. We had an operator working material at a cement […]

I enjoyed the video that is one huge machine I did some mechanic work on a D10 years ago and I thought that was a big machine. I worked on a lot of the low track D9s years ago that was in my much younger days.

We had an operator working material at a cement plant with a FA 21 with a ripper. And it impressed me so much. This 11 is so impressive. I would have loved seeing him run this machine on the pile pushing it to the hopper of the cement plate. Beautiful machine.

I love my D11 right from the first day it arrived. When needing to move a mountain this is the very best machine to do just that. Awesome power and operator/mechanic friendly machine ever produced. Like I just said, I love this beast of a machine ! ! ! It will do more than what it is advertised to do. The 24 foot U blade has the machine hardly putting out any HP at all. WOOHOO ! ! !

Watching the CAT D11, one of the world’s largest bulldozers, in action is absolutely awe-inspiring! Its sheer size and power raise some interesting questions.

Firstly, what specific safety measures and training are required for operating such a massive piece of equipment? Also, in what kind of projects is the CAT D11 typically involved, and what makes it indispensable compared to smaller bulldozers? It’s incredible to think about the engineering behind these heavy equipment machines and their impact on large-scale construction projects!

Learning to “drive” such a machine is not very difficult, but learning to operate it efficiently and safely under very challenging conditiond, especially at night in extremely dusty conditions leveling across a mixture of soft dirt, boulders and hard rock surfaces, you can’t see the cutting edge of the blade, the dozer will “seasaw” over undulations as the tracks drive over them, meanwhile the operator need to keep the dozerblade working to capacity without digging in beyond the levels he or she is working to.!!!

So operating such machines effectively and safely take a lot of acquired skill. Best to learn such skills while young, (or you may never master it). Off-cause, modern technology, like with laser guiding can make some tasks easier.

 

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