The Komatsu 930E is an off-highway, ultra class, inflexible framework, two-axle, diesel/AC electrical powertrain haul truck created and also produced by Komatsu The U.S.A. Corp. in Peoria, Illinois, USA. Although the 930E is neither Komatsu’s largest nor highest payload capability haul truck, Komatsu takes into consideration the 930E to be the crown jewel of their haul vehicle product line.
The 930E is the best marketing ultra class haul vehicle in the world. Since March 1, 2010, Komatsu has actually sold 930 devices of the various 930E models.The current models, the 930E-4 and 930E-4SE provide a payload capacity of as much as 320 brief heaps (290 t).
The 930E was the initial two-axle, 6 tire haul vehicle to be offered with a haul capacity over of 300 brief bunches (272 t), making it the globe’s very first normal manufacturing “ultra class” haul truck. The 930E stayed the world’s largest, greatest payload ability haul truck up until the September, 1998 debut of the 360 short bunches (330 t) payload capacity Caterpillar 797.
Prior to the introduction of the 930E, diesel/electric haul trucks employed DC electrical generators to power the grip motors at the back wheels. The 930E was the initial haul truck to use an Air Conditioner electrical alternator. The diesel/electric A/C powertrain is a lot more effective, supplies better operating features and also is more cost effective compared to a comparable DC powertrain. Komatsu 930e-3 Dump Truck Factory
Komatsu 930e-3 Dump Truck Workshop Service Repair Manual
Service Repair Manual Covers:
ELECTRIC SYSTEM (24 VDC. NON-PROPULSION)
ELECTRIC PROPULSION AND CONTROL
DRIVE AXLE, SPINDLES AND WHEELS
HYDRAIR II SUSPENSIONS
OPTIONS AND SPECIAL TOOLS
LUBRICATION AND SERVICE
In 1996, the 930E-2 debuted, providing an increased 320 short lots (290 t) payload capability by having bigger Bridgestone 50-80R57 radial tires. In 2000, at MINExpo International, Komatsu debuted the 930E-2SE including a 3,500 horse power (2,600 kW) Komatsu SSDA18V170 V-18, twin-turbocharged, diesel engine established by Industrial Power Alliance, a joint venture between Komatsu as well as Cummins.
This is the same engine that powers the larger 360 short heaps (327 t) Komatsu 960E-1 and also allows the 930E-2SE to operate at altitudes up to 12,000 ft (3,658 m) without deration.On December 15, 2003 Komatsu presented the 930E-3, powered by a 2,700 horsepower (2,000 kW) Komatsu SSDAl6V160 V-16 engine and a GDY106 grip motor on each side of the back axle. The existing vehicles are the 930E-4 with a 2,700 horsepower (2,000 kW) Komatsu SSDAl6V160 V-16 diesel engine and the 930E-4SE with a 3,500 horse power (2,600 kW) Komatsu SSDA18V170 V-18 diesel motor.