The engine offers outstanding value by combining industry leading electronic capabilities, performance and reliability with optimum fuel economy.
Optimized Power Curve
Engine power curve is optimized for milling applications providing optimum power while keeping the engine operating at peak efficiency.
Turbocharged and Air-to-air Aftercooling (ATAAC)
High horsepower with increased response time is assured while keeping exhaust temperatures low and in concert with the tight tolerance combustion chamber components, maximizing fuel efficiency and minimizing emissions.
Hydraulic Electronic Unit Injection
This feature provides reduced engine noise, improved fuel economy, faster hot and/or cold starts and better high altitude performance.
Machine transportation is made easier by the folding front conveyor that reduces the machine dimensions.
Hydrualically Controlled Height Adjustment
The upper conveyor's width measures in at 600 mm (23.6") and its height adjustment is hydraulically controlled while two cylinders provide a 41 degree swing to the left and right.
Variable Loading Belt Speed and Reversible Rotation
The front loading conveyor also includes variable belt speed and reversible belt rotation control. The loading belt speed is infinitely variable and provides optimum discharge capability for uniformly loading the haul truck.
Simplified Conveyor Removal
Quick-fitting hydraulics and mechanical conveyor components allow the front conveyor to be easily detached from the machine.
The full width operator's station provides a view of the front loading conveyor and side plates for precise and rapid positioning.
Durable suspension seat with armrest provides optimum operator comfort.
Warning Horns and Shut Down Buttons
Located on the operator's station and at ground level control stations.
Hydrualically Operated Canopy Option
Full width canopy with two extending side wings and front windshield and rear window provides optimum operator comfort and protection. Canopy can be hydraulically lowered during transportation.
The distribution and clear instrumentation layout on the front and side control consoles have been designed to ensure minimum operator effort and maximum automation. All gauges and displays are easily visible even in direct sunlight.
A large display, easily visible in direct sunlight, provides operating parameters for machine and engine diagnostics. The display presents a single interface for service diagnostics and calibration.
Computerized Monitoring System (CMS)
The system constantly monitors system pressures and engine condition with multiple modes of operation. Alerts the operator if a problem does occur with three levels of event information.
A single switch control allows the operator to engage or disengage main operating functions including propel, water spray system, leveling system and conveyor rotation for maximum automation.
The right rear leg can be swung in within the machine's cutting width for full flush cutting applications. With the right rear leg swung in, the machine can cut close to a wall, barrier or other vertical obstruction.
The swing-in arm mechanism ensures increased rigidity eliminating excessive wear for increased component life.
The rear leg swing-in system is automatic and controlled from the operator's station. The operator is not required to leave the seat while positioning the right rear leg within the machine's cutting width.
A microprocessor electronically controls the steering angle of the right rear track. The rear track steering angle is automatically adjusted in relation to the position of the front tracks.
Enhanced Steering Ability
The machine's rear track steering feature facilitates operation in confined areas and ensures a close cut around cul-de-sacs or turns. The right rear track steers in both positions, whether positioned within or outside the cutting width.
Wire rope grade sensor measures side plate movement that enables the entire length of the side plate to become an averaging device for extremely accurate grade matching. Cross slope sensor adds to system versatility.
Leveling Control Boxes
Two control boxes located at the operator's station allow manual or automatic leveling adjustment. Constant read-out for rotor depth and cross slope are displayed on each control box and is easily visible even in direct sunlight or low light conditions.