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The bulldozer, or dozer for our Canadian friends, is a demolition and earthmoving machine that made its first appearance in Europe in 1945 when rebuilding the cities devastated by war was the priority. From an etymological point of view, its name comes from the expression "bull - dose" that can refer to a massive dose of medication, a severe punishment, to a big caliber gun or to an act of extreme strength. And talking of strength, the bulldozer has plenty of it!

   
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Bulldozers are available in several versions with a wide range of power: from 25 to 1,000 hp. The numbers are even more impressive if we talk about weight: this can vary from 5 to 100 tons! These machines can be either tracked or with 4-wheels. They are ideal for leveling or digging any type of soil, for deforesting and even for simple displacements. These "tractors" are equipped with a blade connected to two large articulated arms that can move thanks to a hydraulic system. For the record, the largest bulldozer in the world, one of the 10 largest construction machines ever built, is the Komatsu D575. This mega machine specifically designed for the mining industry, has a 12-cylinder engine and 1,150 hp. All this power is certainly not too much if you have to move this mechanical monster of 12 meters long, 7 meters wide, 5 meters tall ... and which weighs 150 tons! In our selection of ads, you'll also find spare parts for bulldozers (blades, arms, tracks ...) and pipe layers.