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Truck Loader 5 is here! 2017 version – play now for free! The fifth series of the famous game comes packed with many great new features. The game’s concept is still the same; your job is to complete each level by successfully loading the cargo truck. Sounds easy, but anyone who has played the previous version of Truck Loader knows that things aren’t always as easy as they seem! Let’s take a look at what this version offers to their gaming fans.

Truck Loader is a simple physics-based puzzle game. Your mission is to load the waiting carrier as quickly as possible. Move boxes around with your magnetic arm and stack them in the labeled area of the truck. Truck Loader 5 is here! 2017 version – play now for free! The fifth series of the famous game comes packed with many great new features. The game’s concept is still the same; your job is to complete each level by successfully loading the cargo truck.

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New Features

Truck Loader 5 comes with some cool new features including a “High Scores” board and a “Share on Facebook” button. The High Scores board offers an additional challenge for players to try to knock off the top player’s high scores and claim it for their own! Do you have what it takes to maintain the number 1 spot?

Sharing the game on Facebook allows users to share their scores for each level with their Facebook friends. This allows users to engage with their friends with the game, much like other Facebook games, as well as personally challenge your friends to try to beat your score!

Finally, the most exciting new feature available on Truck Loader 5 is the multiplayer option. The game is finally a 2-player game! Parents, this means both of your children can play the game together! Since the use of the mouse is necessary to play the game, in order to guide the magnetic arm and activate the magnet, the game is set up so that player 1 plays a level first, then player 2 has a turn. At the end of each players turn, the score is totaled. Once both players’ turns are completed for the same level, and the second player’s score has been totaled, a second screen will appear showing who won the competition and the winners score.

For the cheater in us all

Ok, so not everyone cheats, that’s a fact. However, sometimes everyone needs a little help! So, for those who get stuck on a level, there are video walkthroughs available on YouTube, as well as walkthrough articles giving step by step instructions on how to beat each level.

For those of you who do cheat… there are websites floating around the internet that have hacked the game to allow for cheating privileges to the user. The hacks include instant level complete codes and double score codes, as well as several others!

Age Appropriate

This game is appropriate for children aged 6 years old and older. Due to the fine motor skills needed to complete each level, as well as the problem solving skills needed, children younger than the age of 6 may find it too difficult to play with enjoyment.

Settings/Options

As in the previous versions, you can adjust the music and sound effects by toggling them on or off. Additionally, you can now select from high, medium, and low graphics quality options. This option offers users with slower internet speed or less reliable video cards to still enjoy the game with less lag experience.

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Tractor mounted loader mechanism
Skid loader mechanism

A loader is a heavy equipment machine used in construction to move or load materials such as soil, rock, sand, demolition debris, etc. into or onto another type of machinery (such as a dump truck, conveyor belt, feed-hopper, or railroad car).

There are many types of loader, which, depending on design and application, are variously called a bucket loader, front loader, front-end loader, payloader, high lift, scoop, shovel, skip loader, wheel loader, or skid-steer.

Truck Loader

Description[edit]

Loader removing snow in Jyväskylä, Finland

A loader is a type of tractor, usually wheeled, sometimes on tracks, that has a front-mounted wide bucket connected to the end of two booms (arms) to scoop up loose material from the ground, such as dirt, sand or gravel, and move it from one place to another without pushing the material across the ground. A loader is commonly used to move a stockpiled material from ground level and deposit it into an awaiting dump truck or into an open trench excavation.

The loader assembly may be a removable attachment or permanently mounted. Often the bucket can be replaced with other devices or tools—for example, many can mount forks to lift heavy pallets or shipping containers, and a hydraulically opening 'clamshell' bucket allows a loader to act as a light dozer or scraper. The bucket can also be augmented with devices like a bale grappler for handling large bales of hay or straw.

Large loaders, such as the Kawasaki 95ZV-2, John Deere 844K, ACR 700K Compact Wheel Loader, Caterpillar 950H, Volvo L120E, Case 921E, or Hitachi ZW310 usually have only a front bucket and are called front loaders, whereas small loader tractors are often also equipped with a small backhoe and are called backhoe loaders or loader backhoes or JCBs, after the company that first claimed to have invented them. Other companies like CASE in America and Whitlock in the UK had been manufacturing excavator loaders well before JCB.

The largest loader in the world is LeTourneau L-2350. Currently these large loaders are in production in the Longview, Texas facility. The L-2350 uses a diesel-electric propulsion system similar to that used in a locomotive. Each rubber tired wheel is driven by its own independent electric motor.

Loaders are used mainly for loading materials into trucks, laying pipe, clearing rubble, and digging. A loader is not the most efficient machine for digging as it cannot dig very deep below the level of its wheels, like a backhoe or an excavator can. The capacity of a loader bucket can be anywhere from 0.5 to 36 m3[1] depending upon the size of the machine and its application. The front loader's bucket capacity is generally much bigger than a bucket capacity of a backhoe loader.

Traction chains on a wheel loader

Unlike most bulldozers, most loaders are wheeled and not tracked, although track loaders are common. They are successful where sharp-edged materials in construction debris would damage rubber wheels, or where the ground is soft and muddy. Wheels provide better mobility and speed and do not damage pavedroads as much as tracks, but provide less traction.

In construction areas loaders are also used to transport building materials such as bricks, pipe, metal bars, and digging tools over short distances.

Front-loaders are commonly used to remove snow especially from sidewalks, parking lots, and other areas too small for using snowplows and other heavy equipment. They are sometimes used as snowplows with a snowplow attachment but commonly have a bucket or snow basket, which can also be used to load snow into the rear compartment of a snowplow or dump truck.

High-tip buckets are suitable for light materials such as chip, peat and light gravel and when the bucket is emptied from a height.

Close-up of articulated steering apparatus

Unlike backhoes or standard tractors fitted with a front bucket, many large loaders do not use automotive steering mechanisms. Instead, they steer by a hydraulically actuated pivot point set exactly between the front and rear axles. This is referred to as 'articulated steering' and allows the front axle to be solid, allowing it to carry greater weight. Articulated steering provides better maneuverability for a given wheelbase. Since the front wheels and attachment rotate on the same axis, the operator is able to 'steer' his load in an arc after positioning the machine, which can be useful. The tradeoff is that when the machine is 'twisted' to one side and a heavy load is lifted high, it has a greater risk of turning over to the 'wide' side.

Front loaders gained popularity during the last two decades, especially in urban engineering projects and small earthmoving works. Heavy equipment manufacturers offer a wide range of loader sizes and duties.

The term 'loader' is also used in the debris removal field to describe the boom on a grapple truck.

Major components[edit]

The major components included in a loader are the engine (diesel in almost all cases), the hydraulic components (such as pumps, motors and valves) and the transmission components (gearbox, axles, wheels/tracks, pumps, motors, etc.). The engine runs both the hydraulics and the transmission, and these in turn move the front attachment (a bucket, forks, sweeper, etc.) to manipulate the material being handled, and the wheels or tracks to move the machine around the jobsite.

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Wheel loaders[edit]

The first wheel loader was invented by Volvo Construction Equipment in 1954, it was called H10.[2] Back then it was based on a tractor and had a rear wheel drive. Today wheel loaders are articulated and the rear and front wheels are the same dimensions.

Armored wheel loaders[edit]

Armored wheel loader of the Israeli Defense Forces

The IsraeliCombat Engineering Corps uses armored Caterpillar 966 wheel loaders for construction and combat engineering missions in militarily occupied territories such as the West Bank. They are often seen building or removing road blocks and building bases and fortifications. Since 2005, they have also been used to demolish small houses. The Israel Defense Forces added armor plating to the loader to protect it against rocks, stones, molotov cocktails, and light gunfire.

Rio de Janeiro's police elite squad Batalhão de Operações Policiais Especiais (BOPE) has acquired one wheel loader designed for military use to open routes and make way for the police in Rio de Janeiro's slums, which are controlled, and blocked, by drugdealers.[3]

Several if not most countries have similar equipment. The Dutch armed forces for instance use models like the Werklust WG18Edef, which weighs 15 tons, 2 more than the corresponding unarmored civilian model. In addition, the Dutch military previously used extra armor modules covering most of the window surface with steel for extra protection. These were however not popular with the crews due to low visibility.

The Turkish Army and Turkish Police use remote controlled armored wheel loader Tosun during the building of the Syria–Turkey barrier, the Operation Euphrates Shield, Operation Idlib Shield) and Operation Olive Branch.[4]

Tractor front loaders[edit]

These loaders are a popular addition to tractors from 50 to 200 hp. Its current 'drive-in' form was originally designed and developed in 1958 by a Swedish company named Ålö when they launched their Quicke loader.[5] Tractor loaders were developed to perform a multitude of farming tasks, and are popular due to their relatively low cost (compared to Telehandler) and high versatility. Tractor loaders can be fitted with many attachments such as hydraulic grabs and spikes to assist with bale and silage handling, forks for pallet work, and buckets for more general farm activities.

Compact front end loaders[edit]

Abram Dietrich Thiessen of Eyebrow Saskatchewan in the 1940s built the first quick attach front end loader. International Harvester's took a picture of the loader and replicated it at the Regina Agribition in November of the same year.

Semi-curved compact loader on a John Deere compact utility tractor
Visibility comparison of different loader designs

Front-end loaders (FELs) are popular additions to compact utility tractors and farm tractors. Compact utility tractors, also called CUTs, are small tractors, typically with 18 to 50 horsepower (37 kW) and used primarily for grounds maintenance and landscape chores. There are 2 primary designs of compact tractor FELs, the traditional dogleg designed style and the curved arm style.

John Deere manufactures a semi-curved loader design that does not feature the one piece curved arm, but also is not of the traditional two piece design. New Holland introduced a compact loader with a one piece curved arm on its compact utility tractors, similar one piece curved arm loaders are now available on compact tractors on many brands including Case IH/Farmall, and some Montana and Kioti tractors. Kubota markets traditional loader designs on most of its compact tractors but now features a semi-curved loader design similar to the John Deere loader design on several of its small tractors.

While the front-end loaders on CUT size tractors are capable of many tasks, given their relatively small size and low capacities when compared to commercial loaders, the compact loaders can be made more useful with some simple options. A toothbar is commonly added to the front edge of a loader bucket to aid with digging. Some loaders are equipped with a quick coupler, otherwise known as a quick attach(QA) system. The QA system allows the bucket to be removed easily and other tools to be added in its place. Common additions include a set of pallet forks for lifting pallets of goods or a bale spear for lifting hay bales.

LHD (Load, Haul, Dump machine) is also a front end loader but meant to be used for mine compact conditions, can handle various range of loads with varying size of buckets, and can be driven with electric motors as well as diesel engines.

Skid loaders and track loaders[edit]

A skid loader is a small loader utilizing four wheels with hydraulic drive that directs power to either, or both, sides of the vehicle. Very similar in appearance and design is the track loader, which utilizes a continuous track on either side of the vehicle instead of the wheels. Since the expiration of Bobcat's patent on its quick-connect system, newer tractor models are standardizing that popular format for front end attachments.

Swingloaders[edit]

A swingloader is a rigid frame loader with a swinging boom. The boom can swing 180 degrees or more. Swingloaders are primarily used by the railroad industry to lay rail. Like other loaders many attachments can be attached to the boom such as magnets, forks, and buckets. Smaller swingloaders are used in farming applications for loading out. A swinging boom is advantageous where space is limited. The loader is able to lift on all sides and dump off on all sides.

Gallery[edit]

  • A Hanomag loader

  • DK45 with and without a toothbar on the bucket

  • UNIMOG with front loader and excavator attachment (backhoe loader)

  • A relatively small front loader

  • A loader with a specialized claw used to move logs at a sawmill

  • A Caterpillar 930G fitted with a loader rake on a residential construction site in South Florida.

  • The front of a Caterpillar 930G fitted with loader rake.

  • HEPCO HWL110-2

  • Wacker Neuson wheel loaders at a trade fair

  • Compact utility tractor with a front loader showing two different measurement points for loader capacities

  • Swingmaster Swingloader

  • A Liugong ZL50A in Guilin East Railway Station, Guilin, Guangxi, China

  • VOLVO L60H Articulated loader

Truck Loader Job Description

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Notable manufacturers[edit]

  • Doosan Infracore (formerly Daewoo Heavy Industries & Machinery)—including Solar brand

See also[edit]

Loader

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References[edit]

  1. ^'Cat - North America - Caterpillar'. www.cat.com.
  2. ^'Birth Of The Loading Shovel'. Agriland Media Ltd. 2017-01-21. Retrieved 1 April 2019.
  3. ^'Bope recebe veículo para quebrar concreto e derrubar barricadas do tráfico (Bope receives vehicle to break concrete and knock down traffic barricades)'. UOL News (in Portuguese). 12 August 2009.
  4. ^'Milli Savunma Sanayi Ürünleri ve Projeleri: TOSUN Zırhlı İş Makinesi' (in Turkish). Milli Savunma. 2017-10-15. Retrieved 2018-03-04.
  5. ^'Ålö history: From innovation to world-leading position'. Archived from the original on 2011-06-24. Retrieved 2012-05-21.

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