Heavy Equipment Profile Compactor and Roller
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Massive Engines: The Caterpillar Engine
In this clip from Discovery Channel's "Massive Engines," host Chris Barrie shows us the inner workings of the diesel engine of the Caterpillar. Powerful and fuel efficient, the Caterpillar can haul a massive 180 tons.
Mega Machines: Claas Ventor Sugarcane Harvester
Equipped with a 350 horsepower 10 cylinder engine and razor sharp claws, the Claas Ventor sugarcane harvester can shred up to an acre an hour. Learn how this mean machine works on TLC's "Mega Machines."
Really Big Things: Dredging Boats
Host Matt Rogers from Discovery Channel's "Really Big Things" takes us to a dredging boat which sucks sand from the bottom of the sea to blast onshore.
Really Big Things: Caterpillar 836G Bulldozer
On Discovery Channel's "Really Big Things," the Caterpillar 836G Bulldozer is used in landfills to compact trash. After a few passes, it can crush 5 feet of trash into just 1 foot.
Extreme Engineering: Container Ship Sea Trials
The new mega container ship is ready to go to sea. In this clip from Discovery Channel's "Extreme Engineering," we watch as the captain takes the ship through the narrow harbor entrance for the first time.
Really Big Things: Locomotive Assembly
On Discovery Channel's "Really Big Things," locomotive assembly takes place at 3 stations. Large cranes move the gigantic locomotives to different stations to be fitted for the transmission, brakes and the engine.
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