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Caterpillar 631C
10
Caterpillar 631C
1972
Motor Scrapers
USA Pennsylvania
11,131
Caterpillar 615CII
10
Caterpillar 615CII
1996 - 5,600 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Michigan
79,612
Caterpillar 613
10
Caterpillar 613
1970
Motor Scrapers
USA Michigan
7,926
Caterpillar 621E
6
Caterpillar 621E
1989 - 525 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Virginia
44,080
Caterpillar 613C
6
Caterpillar 613C
1999 - 5,641 h
Motor Scrapers
USA California
Caterpillar 631E
1989 - 11,850 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Arizona
57,883
Caterpillar 627K
10
Caterpillar 627K
2014 - 3,165 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Texas
512,934
Caterpillar 621F
10
Caterpillar 621F
2000 - 10,000 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Arizona
106,416
John Deere 1812C
10
John Deere 1812C
2006
Pull Scrapers
USA Tennessee
Caterpillar 623K
2016 - 3,416 h
Motor Scrapers
USA California
534,306
Caterpillar 627K
2018 - 7,511 h
Motor Scrapers
USA California
Terex TS14B
6
Terex TS14B
1978 - 4,974 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Minnesota
Reynolds 17CS12
10
Reynolds 17CS12
2006
Pull Scrapers
USA Texas
Reynolds 17C
10
Reynolds 17C
Pull Scrapers
USA Texas
Caterpillar 627K
10
Caterpillar 627K
2014 - 3,873 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Texas
631,372
Caterpillar 631K
10
Caterpillar 631K
2016 - 5,082 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Texas
608,218
Caterpillar 631K
10
Caterpillar 631K
2016 - 4,688 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Texas
608,218
Caterpillar 613
1
Caterpillar 613
1976 - 9,799 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Michigan
15,940
Caterpillar 631C
10
Caterpillar 631C
1971 - 8,936 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Michigan
17,365
Caterpillar 613C
6
Caterpillar 613C
1986 - 14,453 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Minnesota
John Deere DER 762B
1990 - 4,536 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Virginia
Caterpillar 613C
1988 - 2,006 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Virginia
Caterpillar 631G
6
Caterpillar 631G
2003 - 10,590 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Montana
169,197
Caterpillar 631G
7
Caterpillar 631G
2004 - 9,428 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Montana
169,197
Reynolds 10C
5
Reynolds 10C
1998
Pull Scrapers
USA Texas
Reynolds 10C
5
Reynolds 10C
1998
Pull Scrapers
USA Texas
Reynolds 16E14
5
Reynolds 16E14
2003
Pull Scrapers
USA Texas
Miskin SPC17
5
Miskin SPC17
Pull Scrapers
USA Texas
Miskin SPC17
5
Miskin SPC17
1994
Pull Scrapers
USA Texas
Miskin SP17
5
Miskin SP17
1997
Pull Scrapers
USA Texas
Rome 15.5E
4
Rome 15.5E
Pull Scrapers
USA Texas
Reynolds 15.5EF
5
Reynolds 15.5EF
Pull Scrapers
USA Texas
Miskin SP-614
5
Miskin SP-614
1999
Pull Scrapers
USA Texas
Miskin SPC17
5
Miskin SPC17
1997
Pull Scrapers
USA Texas
Caterpillar 613C
10
Caterpillar 613C
1978 - 3,800 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Wyoming
20,393
Caterpillar 621H
10
Caterpillar 621H
2014 - 2,639 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Texas
526,291
John Deere 862B
9
John Deere 862B
1998 - 7,001 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Virginia
35,175
Caterpillar 621G
2006 - 2,661 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Georgia
Caterpillar 621G
2002 - 6,367 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Georgia
Caterpillar 621G
2002 - 6,171 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Georgia
Caterpillar 621K
10
Caterpillar 621K
2015 - 1,763 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Texas
593,970
John Deere 762B
9
John Deere 762B
1979 - 4,410 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Colorado
11,577
Caterpillar 621G
2006 - 2,422 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Georgia
Caterpillar 623K
1
Caterpillar 623K
2019 - 131 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Arizona
902,917
Caterpillar 623K
1
Caterpillar 623K
2019 - 100 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Arizona
902,917
Caterpillar 623K
1
Caterpillar 623K
2019 - 91 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Arizona
902,917
Terex TS14B
4
Terex TS14B
Motor Scrapers
USA Virginia
13,358
Caterpillar 621B
4
Caterpillar 621B
1985 - 3,731 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Virginia
27,606
Caterpillar 613C
5
Caterpillar 613C
1989 - 3,713 h
Motor Scrapers
USA Virginia
15,584
Wirtgen WR2000
5
Wirtgen WR2000
2013
Motor Scrapers
USA Texas

Scrapers

The idea of "scrape" the material is to remove it by "scraping" in thin layers rather than digging in deeper water, as you would with a spade or shovel, since before the beginning of this century. The "pigs" or scrapers served, among other things, for the construction of railway lines in the second half of the 18th century. Iron sheets were pulled by horses or mules.

In 1920’s “animal power” was replaced by crawler tractors and scrapers: scrapers to "roll" or "rotary scrapers" or "revolving scrapers”. The scrapers of the last generation were studied in the late 50s and gradually put on the market over the past decade.

Different types of scrapers

This equipment can be pushed by a bulldozer equipped with a special blade called "push". This type of scraper called "trailed scraper" is the most common. It can also be self-powered. It charges and discharges on its own through a chain lift. Self-powered scraper stay in line to load materials: one behind the other one. The time required for the attachment only takes a few seconds.

Components of scrapers

The “head scraper” is the first to load. It is pushed by the “back scraper” which is empty. Once the front scraper is loaded, the operator raises the bucket and closes the deck. The back scraper starts to load, assisted by the head scraper. Then it pulls the back scraper through its hook.

Scrapers

Scrapers

Once the bucket is filled up, the two parts charged to help each other get out the excavation as quick as possible. Once the ground is stable, the two parts stand out from each other, while driving, and head independently towards the discharge. They spread it and return to empty. Then it starts again.

  • SELF-POWERED SCRAPER

    The scraper is big equipment. It can excavate, transport and apply the elements of the ground at high speed (up to 70 km per hour). It can also be dangerous because of its high working speed combined with a very large weight (up to 120 tons) which gives a high inertia. As mentioned above, the scraper is used for moving materials constituting the ground. For economic reasons it is recommended to use it over medium distances, between 100 m and 200 m. This machine has a single diesel engine mounted on a tractor. The scraper can be pushed by a bulldozer when the engine is not powerful enough to operate stripping.
  • SCRAPER WITH 2 ENGINES, KNOWN AS PULL-PUSH

    This machine is equipped of a second engine mounted at the rear. Then it pushes another scraper that will help in return (mutual assistance).
  • LIFT SCRAPER

    Scrapers’ tools moves and can improve the machine and avoid the use of a pusher tractor.
  • SCREW SCRAPER

    Screw is mounted at the center of the bucket to raise the material bit by bit as it passes over the cutting blade, like an auger.
  • TRAILED SCRAPER

    This unit is an independent body mounted behind a tractor site.