Features of the P&H 4100XPC with giant shovel

The P&H 4100XPC is a mining shovel manufactured by P&H Mining Equipment, now part of Komatsu Mining Corp. The 4100XPC is designed specifically for large-scale mining operations and is widely used in open-pit mines around the world.

 

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Specific key features of the P&H 4100XPC

 

Operating Weight: The operating weight of the P&H 4100XPC can range from approximately 1,330,000 to 1,450,000 pounds (approximately 603,000 to 657,700 kilograms).

Payload Capacity: The 4100XPC’s payload capacity typically ranges from 80 to 120 tons, depending on specific configuration and customization options.

Power: The shovel is powered by a diesel engine that produces high levels of horsepower to move large amounts of material efficiently.

Bucket Capacity: The 4100XPC is equipped with a large bucket that can have a capacity ranging from 35 to 60 cubic yards (approximately 27 to 46 cubic meters), depending on customer requirements.

Boom Length: Boom length can vary, but is generally measured around 70 to 100 feet (about 21 to 30 meters), providing excellent reach and digging depth.

 

P&H 4100XPC Specific features
P&H 4100XPC Specific features

 

Other important technical features of the P&H 4100XPC

Automation and Control, the 4100XPC comes with advanced automation and control systems that allow operators to work remotely or in semi-autonomous mode for enhanced safety and productivity.

Safety Features, The mining bucket is designed with a variety of safety features such as collision detection systems, advanced vision systems and emergency stop functions to ensure the well-being of operators and staff on site.

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P&H 4100XPC features
P&H 4100XPC features

 

The P&H 4100XPC is known for its durability, reliability and outstanding performance in harsh mining environments. It is widely used in coal, copper, iron ore and other mining industries, contributing to efficient and cost-effective operations.

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