High speed drum and conical bits quickly remove asphalt and concrete prior to resurfacing.
|Working Width||14.0 in 350.0 mm||More Less|
|Maximum Cutting Depth||6.0 in 150.0 mm||More Less|
|Required Hydraulics||Standard Flow Standard Flow||More Less|
|Overall Width||68.0 in 1730.0 mm||More Less|
|Overall Length||44.0 in 1120.0 mm||More Less|
|Overall Height||37.0 in 950.0 mm||More Less|
|Weight||1474.0 lb 670.0 kg||More Less|
|Optimal Hydraulic Flow||60-80 L/min (16-21 gpm) 60-80 L/min (16-21 gpm)||More Less|
|Optimal Hydraulic Pressure||230 bar (3330 psi) 230 bar (3330 psi)||More Less|
|Drum Speed||150-200 rpm 150-200 rpm||More Less|
|Optional Drum Widths/Depths||400/150 mm (16/6 in) 400/150 mm (16/6 in)||More Less|
|Tilt Angle Range +/-||8.5 degrees 8.5 degrees||More Less|
|Side Shift Travel||26.0 in 650.0 mm||More Less|
|Conical Bits||42 42||More Less|
Designed for small paving jobs in residential and commercial applications, and are primarily used to economically restore asphalt and concrete surfaces. Ideal for milling imperfections prior to resurfacing, removing deteriorated pavement, removing traffic lane stripes and jobs where the use of dedicated planers is limited.
Self-leveling design automatically levels itself when placed on the ground for consistent depth control without operator adjustments and excellent spoil retention.
Two wear-resistant skid plates remain parallel to the ground for optimum stability.
Hydraulic sideshift permits close planing to curbs, walls and other obstructions.
Independent left/right depth control allows maximum drum depths to be adjusted independently on each skid. Gauges are easily viewable from the cab. Independent depth control is mechanical on the PC104B and PC205B models; hydraulic independent depth control is standard on the PC305B-PC412B models.
Max Pro Pressure Gauge provides operator feedback to adjust speed for maximum productivity in changing material loads. Gauge displays planer performance in real-time conditions and is visible from the cab. Standard on XHP models.
Direct drive system on the standard flow models features a variable speed, uni-directional, gerotor style hydraulic motor. Direct drive system on high flow and XHP models features a hydraulic radial piston motor to ensure maximum cutting rate and drum torque for optimal production performance and efficiency.
Float enables planers to follow the contour of the surface. Float is activated by a knob and is only available on high flow and XHP planers. Spring tilt and hydraulic tilt enable planers to oscillate for angled cuts. Tilt is hydraulically controlled on high flow models and spring controlled on standard flow planers.
All Purpose concrete bits are standard. Optional concrete bits, extreme life bits and water sprinkler kits are available for all models.