SIMEX PL40.35 SELF LEVELLING PLANERS for sale POA
|Title||SIMEX PL40.35 SELF LEVELLING PLANERS|
New Simex PL40.35 Self Levelling Planer.
Width (mm): 400
Depth (mm): 100-350
Width (mm): 250-400
Max depth (mm): 350
Self levelling angel: 26 Degrees
Side shift: Hydraulic
Tilt: Automatic / Hydraulic
Inclination: 16 Degrees
Operating weight (2) (Kg): 1150 - 1270
Required oil flow (l/min): 90 - 180
Required oil pressure (3) (bar): 320 - 180
(1) Concerning the planer standard verison, without the removal belt.
(2) User is responsible for ensuring that the equipment meets the prime mover's specifications and weight requirements.
(3) The pressure must be in inverse relation with the flow rate available and vice versa.
Designed for removing the entire layer of asphalt or cement in preparation for trenching or for milling deteriorated sections for later resurfacing.
Self-levelling to the surface.
Milling depth is constant in any condition regardless of the ground contour and the attachment's position with respect to the prime mover. Lateral slides on the planer automatically align to the milling surface.
Operator is free of problems due to poor visibility of the work area, because the milling depth exactly and constantly corresponds to that programmed thanks to self-levelling feature.
The slides move independently of each other and precisely following the surface to the right or left. The independent depth adjustment on RH and LH sides combined with the self-levelling system achieves perfectly flat surfaces with side-by-side planing.
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