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  1. Bucket Loaders

  2. Articulated Steering All Wheel Drive Combination Bucket CASE MW24C

  3. Michigan 175B

  4. M1090 FMTV

  5. M817 Series

  6. M929A1 Series

  7. M917A1 Heavy Dump Truck

  8. Material Control Gate

  9. Compactors

  10. Compaction The process of mechanically densifying a soil, normally by the application of a moving or dynamic load.

  11. Factors of Compaction Equipment Selection Page 42 Student Handout • Type and properties of the soil • Desired density • Desired lift thickness • Size of the job • Stage of construction (subgrade, subbase, or base course) • Compaction equipment available

  12. Ranges of Soil Types ForSoil Compaction Equipment. ROCK SAND 100% SAND/CLAY 50% CLAY 100% SHEEPSFOOT PNEUMATIC VIBRATORY SMOOTH DRUM PADDED DRUM HIGH SPEED TAMPING FOOT

  13. TEST STRIPS • 40’ to 100’ feet long • Lift thickness of 6 ” to 8” • 3 passes by each type of compactor Additional test strips determine: lift thickness required passes by compactor optimum compactor speed resonant frequency (vibratory compactor)

  14. Compaction Equipment Selection • Static Weight = Sheepsfoot Roller

  15. Compaction Equipment Selection • Kneading Action = 13 Wheel Towed Pneumatic Tire Roller

  16. Compaction Equipment Selection • Impact (or Sharp Blow) = High Speed Tamping Foot Roller

  17. Compaction Equipment Selection • Vibration (or Shaking) = Vibratory Roller

  18. Vibe Roller CS-563C

  19. CAT CB-534

  20. •Test every lift as soon as compaction is completed. • Test every roller lane. • Test obvious weak spots. • Test roads and airfields every 250 linear feet, staggering tests about the centerline. • Test parking lots and storage areas every 250 square yards. • Test trenches every 50 linear feet. • Remove all oversized materials. • Remove any pockets of organic or unsuitable soil material. • If initial checks are satisfactory, increase the distance between tests as construction progresses.

  21. Water Distributors

  22. 6000 Gallon & 1000 Gallon Units

  23. Boom Superstructure Cab Carrier Cab Out Riggers x 4 Cranes

  24. Koehring 7.5 ton Crane

  25. Crane Safety • Overhead Obstacles • Safe Lifting Capacity • Crane Configuration • Prevent rollover and Damaged Equipment

  26. Crane Production:Safe Load LiftingPage 49 of Student Handout Situation: Your platoon has been tasked to place prestressed reinforced concrete beams on a bridge project. You will be using the AT422T 22 ton grove crane. You have determined the following information from the recon: Load weight 11,200 lbs. Hookblock weight 498 lbs. Sling weight 75 lbs. Load height 10 ft Hook block height 4 ft 6 in Sling height 5 ft Load that must be raised 20 ft Operating radius 20 ft

  27. Load Height___________________ Load Weight___________________ Sling Height___________________ Sling Weight___________________ Hook Block Height_____________ Hook Block Weight_____________ Lift Height____________________ Additional Weight______________ Total Height___________________ Total Weight___________________ Crane Size____________________ Max Lift on Rubber_____________ Operating Radius_______________ Max Lift on Outriggers___________ Boom Pin Height_______________ Go / No Go on Rubber Boom Length__________________ Go / No Go on Outriggers Boom Angle __________________ Load Chart

  28. C Hook Block and Safety Height Add together the heights. Sling Height PALISKIN INDUSTRIES Load Height Height Load Is to Be Lifted

  29. Load Height___________________ Load Weight___________________ Sling Height___________________ Sling Weight___________________ Hook Block Height_____________ Hook Block Weight_____________ Lift Height____________________ Additional Weight______________ Total Height___________________ Total Weight___________________ Crane Size____________________ Max Lift on Rubber_____________ Operating Radius_______________ Max Lift on Outriggers___________ Boom Pin Height_______________ Go / No Go on Rubber Boom Length__________________ Go / No Go on Outriggers Boom Angle __________________ Load Chart 10’ 5’ 4’6” 20’ 39’6” (40’)

  30. C Add together the weights. Hook Block Weight Sling Weight PALISKIN INDUSTRIES Load Weight

  31. Load Height___________________ Load Weight___________________ Sling Height___________________ Sling Weight___________________ Hook Block Height_____________ Hook Block Weight_____________ Lift Height____________________ Additional Weight______________ Total Height___________________ Total Weight___________________ Crane Size____________________ Max Lift on Rubber_____________ Operating Radius_______________ Max Lift on Outriggers___________ Boom Pin Height_______________ Go / No Go on Rubber Boom Length__________________ Go / No Go on Outriggers Boom Angle __________________ Load Chart 10’ 11,200 lbs. 75 lbs. 5’ 498 lbs. 4’6” 0 20’ 39’6” (40’) 11,773 lbs. 22 ton 20’ 40’

  32. Load Height___________________ Load Weight___________________ Sling Height___________________ Sling Weight___________________ Hook Block Height_____________ Hook Block Weight_____________ Lift Height____________________ Additional Weight______________ Total Height___________________ Total Weight___________________ Crane Size____________________ Max Lift on Rubber_____________ Operating Radius_______________ Max Lift on Outriggers___________ Boom Pin Height_______________ Go / No Go on Rubber Boom Length__________________ Go / No Go on Outriggers Boom Angle __________________ Load Chart 10’ 11,200 lbs. 75 lbs. 5’ 498 lbs. 4’6” 0 20’ 39’6” (40’) 11,773 lbs. 22 ton 20’ 40’ 40’

  33. BOOM ANGLE

  34. Load Height___________________ Load Weight___________________ Sling Height___________________ Sling Weight___________________ Hook Block Height_____________ Hook Block Weight_____________ Lift Height____________________ Additional Weight______________ Total Height___________________ Total Weight___________________ Crane Size____________________ Max Lift on Rubber_____________ Operating Radius_______________ Max Lift on Outriggers___________ Boom Pin Height_______________ Go / No Go on Rubber Boom Length__________________ Go / No Go on Outriggers Boom Angle __________________ Load Chart 10’ 11,200 lbs. 75 lbs. 5’ 498 lbs. 4’6” 0 20’ 39’6” (40’) 11,773 lbs. 4530 lbs. 22 ton 17,500 lbs. 20’ 40’ 40’ 52.5°

  35. Ingersoll-Rand 250 CFM Air Compressor

  36. Hose Reels

  37. In-Line Oiler

  38. Line Couplers Wire Safety Ties

  39. Wood Drill

  40. Circular saw

  41. Chain Saw

  42. Pavement Breakers

  43. Chisel Point: used to cut Macadam, frozen ground, hard earth Pick: used to dig frozen ground, cement gravel Tamping Pad: used for compaction of loose material Mole point: used for demolition of masonry Clay spade: used to dig materials to difficult for normal hand tools

  44. Rock Drill used to ? Drill Rock Standard Drill Rod Lengths 2”,4”,6”,8” Bit sizes: 1” 5/8 to 2”

  45. Water Pump