Engine: Cummins QSB 6.7 liquid cooled, turbocharged after cooled, electronic, controlled diesel engine producing 260 HP @ 2000 RPM. Drive to the blades is through a power take-off clutch and mechanical gear box and belt drive. At maximum power fuel consumption is 10 gph. Fuel capacity is 100 gallons (10 hours of operating time).
Head Drive: Power from the engine is transmitted through a manually operated/over center PTO clutch into a right angle drive
gearbox through a special shock absorbing coupler. The vacuum blower is mounted directly above the right angle drive and driven by one of the output shafts.
Blades: A 5” diameter spindle for use with 12” diameter blades is standard.
Propulsion: Drive is provided by two hydraulic wheel motor assemblies, each with integral brake and two speed function. Speed is 0-300 feet per minute forward/reverse.
Controls: Ground drive controlled with an electronic joystick which drives a Danfoss proportional drive. Speed is 0-300 FPM forward or reverse.
Instrumentation: (lighted for night time operations): Blade Drive Pressure Gauge; Blade Coolant Pressure Gauge and Alarm; Engine Oil Pressure Gauge (with low pressure shutdown); Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge (with high temperature shutdown); Engine Tachometer (max. engine speed is 2100 RPM); Engine Voltage Meter, Gear box lube pressure gauge, Hydraulic system pressure gauge, Blade coolant pressure gauge and low pressure alarm, Electronic data screen that the operator can preset to read J1939 fault codes and monitor engine parameters (i.e. RPM, water temp, oil pressure, boost pressure, %load, engine hours, date/time, etc)
Grinding: Length = 17’. Front Bogey assembly is hydraulically adjustable for an effective wheelbase of 9’ to 11’
Dimensions: (center of cutting head to center of front bogey). Width = 8’. Weight is approximately 17,000 lbs with grinding head.
Height: 8’4” with machine unpinned and lowered.
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