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20 construction machines getting the job done

Summary List PlacementFollowing is a transcript of the video. #1 The Ponsse Beaver is an industrial tree-harvesting machine. It cuts the tree at the base. Then in one motion, it removes the limbs and cuts the tree into logs.    #2 This monster machine can dig trenches in seconds. It digs holes up to 5.5m deep...

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Following is a transcript of the video.

#1 The Ponsse Beaver is an industrial tree-harvesting machine.

It cuts the tree at the base.

Then in one motion, it removes the limbs and cuts the tree into logs. 

 

#2 This monster machine can dig trenches in seconds.

It digs holes up to 5.5m deep and 1.5m wide.

Used on large trenching projects like water pipes, it can also be used for sewage, oil, and gas projects.

 

#3 The 5700-C machine continuously forms and pours concrete.

It makes curbs, gutters, sidewalks, and barrier walls.

It can even handle irrigation ditches and bridge walkways.

 

#4 These machines can paint road markings in seconds.

The paint is made up of thermoplastics.

It also uses reflective glass beads.

This makes the markings more visible and long-lasting. 

 

#5 This truck could save 90% of construction time.

The arched rollers on the back function as the structural frame.

Supporting the blocks while they’re set in place.

The blocks fit together like LEGOs.

 

#6 The rotor stump grinder can dig up a tree trunk in seconds.

Each grinder is powered by hydraulics.

 

#7 The ScreedSaver BOSS 240 smoothes out concrete with rollers and blades.

It uses a boom instead of wheels that damage concrete.

A GPS ensures accuracy.  

 

#8 The Hunklinger makes bricklaying much quicker.

It lays 1,000 bricks of any size and shape per hour.

 

#9 The Moty KE 3000 harvests pumpkin seeds.

It picks up the pumpkins using a spike wheel and sends them down a conveyor belt.

The pumpkin seeds are then separated, cleaned and easily transferred.

 

#10 The Roadrunner machine places and retrieves street cones.

The cones are loaded into the machine from the bed of the truck.

This makes placing cones safer and more efficient. 

 

#11 The BMM300 truck rolls out 300 bricks a minute.

Raw clay is loaded into the back.

Where it’s compressed into molds.

The brick is pushed out once the mold is facing the ground.

Leaving a clean trail of perfect bricks.

 

#12 SAM is a bricklaying machine.

It picks up bricks, adds mortar, and places them in order.

 

#13 This machine replaces railway ties, also known as sleepers.

It does it without removing any of the railway track.  

The machine is fitted with a tie changer.

Which grabs the railway ties and replaces with a new one.

 

#14 This Splitmaster machine splits logs with a hydraulic press. The machine picks up heavy logs.

The press then feeds the log into a splitting knife.

And voila!  Smaller pieces.

 

#15 These scraping machines remove floor coverings. It can handle ceramics, linoleum, vinyl, carpet, and even glue.

 

#16 The Spartan Leaf Pro Plus sucks up thousands of leaves per minute.

It works on wet or snowy leaves. It’s controlled by a remote.

 

#17 This road-building machine rolls out bricks like a carpet. As the RPS6 RoadPrinter rolls backward, gravity brings the bricks flat to rest on the ground. This creates a perfect brick road.

 

#18 The Golden Series Six Shooter machine is used to remove manhole frames. It’s braced to the center of the manhole. It then cuts a perfect circle around the hole. 

 

#19 This machine cleans tunnels. It uses the same rollers as a car wash. It can easily adapt to different tunnels.

 

#20 The LSM 740 machine can mow around signposts. It uses two mower disks that automatically turn the mower when near a post. Avoiding any damage to the mower.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This video was originally published in March 2019.

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