Dynapac MF2500 mobile feeder now available in Australia

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Machinery dealer Construction Equipment Australia (CEA) has added the Dynapac MF2500 mobile feeder to its lineup.

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  • 22,000kg operating weight

  • 194kW Cummins diesel

  • 2,000t/hr feed capacity

CEA says the MF2500 provides continuous paving speeds and an uninterrupted material flow, resulting in a smooth and easy paving process.

"It’s an easy-to-operate, cost-effective machine with an impressive feeding capacity," CEA national product manager for compaction and paving Paul Ridgeway says.

"The MF2500 empties a truck in 35 seconds because of its wide belt and large tunnel and the bulk material transfer ensures a homogenous mix.

"The long and wide tracks ensure enough traction to push even the largest trucks," Ridgeway adds.

"The distance sensor makes certain that the distance between feeder and paver stays constant and the wide and high conveyor ensures smooth material flow with minimal segregation."

The Dynapac MF2500 weighs in at 22 tonnes and is powered by a 194kW Cummins QSB6.7-C220 diesel engine. The mobile feeder can handle up to 2,000 t/hr of feed material and can discharge at a maximum height of 4.37ms. CEA says cleaning the unit is easy and rubber belts will need replacing less frequently.

"The integrated emulsion spray system makes cleaning easier," Ridgeway says. "In addition, the rubber belt is directly mounted on metal braces, which eliminates the temperature impact from the hot asphalt on the belt."

The operators’ station on the MF2500 features a number of comfort and safety improvements including movable seats and enhanced work lighting.

"A spacious platform with pivotable seats, a dashboard for an ergonomic work place and excellent visibility makes for a better operating environment," Ridgeway continues.

"A comprehensive lighting system has been developed for night work. The work light can be switched on with the central battery switch from ground level for convenient access to the operator platform in the dark."

 

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