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A Dragline excavator is usually used in surface mining and civil engineering such as road and port construction as well as pond and canal dredging. Typically the bucket of the machine is lowered and drawn across the surface of the material, then lifted, swung and released in the location where the material is to be dumped.
To operate a Dragline excavator safely you will need to learn how to manoeuvre and position the crane correctly and skilfully, recognising the control signals and effects of external conditions. In addition, it is vital to understanding how the design of the machine as well as carry out routine maintenance and minor alterations to the equipment.
Our CPCS courses provide both classroom and practical training. Take our course and get your Dragline CPCS licence and operator card. To find out your chosen licence training ticket cost, contact us via email or telephone and we guarantee to give you the best possible training price.