Here are three ways for measuring dozer production:
With your pile height, width and length measured (HWL), compute the blade load. Average your height and width measurement. Find your load in loose cubic meters or loose cubic yards by multiplying height, width and length, then multiply that resulting calculation by 0.0138:
Then, multiply your resulting calculation by the Load Factor (find load factors for varying materials). The result will be your load in bank cubic meters or bank cubic yards.
Talk to your Cat® dealer for more information about attachments and measuring bulldozer production.
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