The high-precision digging enabled by the Pangea Excavator allows a variety of engineering demands to be met. This machine can easily dig through different types of soil and is suitable for digging complex shapes. Beside the digging chain, there are several conveyers that can transmit the soil directly to the truck. During work, water sprayers installed at the both sides of the digging chain cover control dust. The control interface adopts a remote control function, which can increase the horizon and convenience of operating for the driver.
Typical trenchers can excavate diverse types of ground, but it can only excavate 50cm to 150cm-width holes. This is because the digging chain is in the centre of the trencher, so it is impossible to dig the linear sequences that will constitute a large hole. The digging chain of Pangea Excavator is installed at the side of the excavator so that it can dig wide holes consisting of linear sequences. The end of the chain is folded twice, and two rollers push the chain for the purpose of extending the chain arm.
The telescopic cylinder used in the Pangea Excavator for moving down during operation is a five-stage double-acting cylinder. The digging chain is the most important part of the excavator; it is used to excavate the soil during. It is kept at a fixed angle – in a vertical position. The digging chain is operated by a powerful motor and works at high speed.
The conveyor, which is located beside the digging chain, can transport soil to the side or to trucks. The main digging chain can be moved to the side via the retractable part, which contains the interior support frame. The middle conveyor can also be stretched to transmit the soil.