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€86,500
Construction year
2007
Weight
22,000 kg
Hours run
11,550 h
Mileage
1,000 km
€178,000
Construction year
2015
Weight
20,000 kg
Hours run
5,700 h
Mileage
1,000 km
€99,000
Construction year
2010
Weight
27,650 kg
Hours run
11,730 h
€72,000
Construction year
2010
Weight
21 kg
Hours run
10,290 h
€251,125
Construction year
2017
Weight
21,600 kg
€60,000
Construction year
1993
Weight
26,921 kg
Hours run
7,231 h
€134,900
Construction year
2016
Weight
19,600 kg
€134,900
Construction year
2016
Weight
19,600 kg
€134,900
Construction year
2016
Weight
19,600 kg
€60,000
Construction year
1993
Weight
26,921 kg
Hours run
5,444 h
€134,900
Construction year
2016
Weight
19,600 kg
€134,900
Construction year
2016
Weight
19,600 kg
€424,315
€419,986
Construction year
2016
Weight
37,000 kg
Hours run
535 h
€251,125
Construction year
2017
Weight
21,600 kg
€40,000
Construction year
1975
Weight
54,000 kg
Hours run
7,330 h
€232,400
Construction year
2010
Hours run
21,500 h
€103,000
€68,000
€60,900
€78,500
Construction year
1996
Hours run
8,800 h
Mileage
1,000 km
€56,750
Construction year
2002
Weight
25,000 kg
Hours run
12,900 h
Mileage
1,000 km
€25,000
€22,000
€70,000
€157,000
€9,900
€106,500
€53,000
€98,000
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Bulldozers

The bulldozer consists of a powerful tractor on tracks, an enclosed cabin, and a large metal sheet on the front. This sheet can be an S-sheet, a U-sheet, or a semi-U. The three sheets each have their own function and advantages, such as finer grinding or moving more material at the same time. A bulldozer can move large quantities of sand, debris, or soil at once, but it can’t lift. On the rear, a claw can sometimes be found, with which material can be pulverised before it is cleared.

Practical application of bulldozers

Bulldozers are regularly used on construction sites, but also in mining, on military terrain, and in agriculture. Thanks to the tracks they work fine on otherwise difficult to access terrain, without losing stability. The tracks divide the weight of the bulldozer evenly over a larger surface than wheels would. This prevents the vehicle from sinking into the ground. Bulldozers with wheels instead of tracks also exist, generally these have four wheels and a hydraulic articulated steering system.

A bulldozer is often used for equalising rough terrain. Due to its size and power it can equalise large surfaces properly, so bulldozers also come in handy for equalising terrains, forests, or beaches. On farms, bulldozers are also used for heavy duty work, although generally it is not part of the standard machinery. In soil, road, and waterway construction, the heavy machines still come in handy for various tasks, including the raising of dikes.

Diversity of bulldozers on Tradus

A diverse range of used bulldozers can be found on Tradus, offered for sale by their current owners. Caterpillar is the best-known manufacturer of these heavy machines and is thus well represented in the offers. In addition, used bulldozers of makes like Komatsu, Liebherr, Volvo, Still, and Fiat are offered for sale. Most bulldozers are offered for sale from the Netherlands, Germany, and France.