How much does a Menzi Muck cost?

How much does a Menzi Muck cost?

How much does a Menzi Muck cost?

The Menzi Muck range certainly lives up to its title of the “Ferrari of spider excavators” with its construction and component quality, as well as its price. Kimpton said the M5 ranges between $550,00 and $600,000 depending on options and the smaller ones are around $130,000 for a two-tonne model.

Where is Menzi Muck manufactured?

As the worldwide market and technological leader, Menzi Muck AG, based in St. Gallen’s Rhine valley, has been developing and producing the iconic, mobile walking excavator with the same name for over 50 years.

Who invented the Spider excavator?

The 6000 model was a milestone in the development of the Menzi Muck. With the launch of this generation the walking excavator was turned into a mobile, allterrain spider excavator….Development from walking excavator to mobile, allterrain spider excavator.

Menzi Muck 3000 T1 3000 T2
Weight without bucket 5’000 kg 5’200 kg

What is a spider hoe?

Spider Excavators are all-terrain access vehicles that are ideal machines for steep, limited-access sites. These “Walking Excavator” drills can work on up to 70 degree (0.36:1) slopes in mud, snow, rock, and flood environments under challenging conditions.

Is Bagger 293 still in business?

It is used in a brown coal mine near Hambach in Germany. It is called Bagger 293 by its current owner, RWE Power AG (the second-largest energy producer of Germany)….

Bagger 293
Bagger 293 in the Hambach brown coal mine, 2008
Type Bucket-wheel Excavator
Manufacturer TAKRAF
Production 1995

How many Bagger 293 are there in the world?

Bagger 293 was built in 1995, one of a group of similar sized ‘sibling’ vehicles such as the Bagger 281 (built in 1958), Bagger 285 (1975), Bagger 287 (1976), Bagger 288 (1978), Bagger 291 (1993)….

Bagger 293
Production 1995
Length 225 m (738.2 ft)
Width 46 m (151 ft)
Height 96 m (314.9 ft)

How much does a bagger 293 cost?

$100 million
A machine like this obviously sports a hefty price tag: $100 million. Unless you plan on using its massive surface area for selling ad space, you probably have little reason to drop that kind of cash on the king of bucket-wheel excavators.