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An OLD STEAM LOKOMOBILE.

A portable engine; a precursor to modern engineering


vehicles

The first mass-produced heavy machine was the Fordson tractor in 1917
Heavy equipments comprise five equipment systems: implement, traction, structure,
power train, control and information.
A. Excavation and Trenching
1. Backhoe loader
2. Dredges
3. Excavators
4. Chain and wheel trenchers
B. Hoisting and Lifting
1. Boom trucks
2. Cranes
-carrier conventional crane
-overhead
-conventional and hydraulic
crawler crane

3. Forklift
4. Manlift (e.g. boom, scissor,
mechanical)
C. Earthmoving and Mining
1. Dump truck
2. Bulldozer
3. Cable tractor
4. Dragline excavator
5. Loader
6. Grader
7. Scrapers
8. Shovel
9. Underground mining haul truck
10. Shortcreter

D. Road and Highways
1. Chip Spreader
2. Cold Planners
3. Compactors
4. Concrete Plant
5. Curb Machine
6. Crushing Machines (e.g. impact,
cone, jaw/toggle crusher)
7. Motor Grader
8. Oil Distributer
9. Paver
10. Redi-Mix Truck
11. Road Reclaimers, Mixer
12. Rollers (e.g. Padfoot, Pull-Type
Sheepsfoot, Steel Drum,
Pneumatic Tire Roller)
13. Sander Truck
14. Snow Plows
15. Sweeper
16. Water Truck
E. Transportation
1. A-Train
2. B-Train
3. Lowboy
4. Oilfield Bed Truck
5. Single Axle Trucks
6. Tandem Trucks
7. Tractor and Wagon
8. Heavy Haulers
F. Lumber/Forestry
1. Delimbers
2. Feller buncher
3. Forwarder
4. Harvester
5. Skidder (clam-
bunk skidder, line,
grapple)
G. Railroad
1. Ballast tamper
2. Locomotive (freight/road, yard switcher, road switcher, passenger, slug)
H. Agricultural
1. Tractor
2. Combine Harvester
3. Sprayer
4. Baler
5. Disc harrow
I. Other
1. Argo
2. Horizontal drilling machines
3. Crucible Carrier
4. Mowers (gang reel, rotary)
5. Nodwell
6. Skid steer loader
7. Slag pot carrier
8. Snow blower
9. Snow mobile