Flexibility is particularly important for milling work. Because working conditions on site are not always perfect. Occasionally, there are obstacles in the way or a trench needs to be dug along an embankment or slope. In all these cases, it is helpful to use a milling machine that is as flexible as possible and adapts to these different conditions. The GM 140 AFH-500 excavator mounted milling machine does just that. It offers the greatest possible freedom of movement during operation and can be adapted to various ground and working conditions.
The technical data of the GM 140 AFH-500 excavator mounted milling machine
The excavator mounted milling machine GM 140 AFH-500 works with a hydraulic drive. This is extremely powerful, so that even complex jobs can be done quickly and easily. With a dead weight of just 1,800 kg, the tiller is pleasantly light and can therefore be used by various excavators. However, the prerequisites for use are excavators from 15 tons upwards, with 120-140 l/min and 250-300 bar. Installation is carried out by means of modern quick-change systems within a very short time and with a few hand movements. It is therefore easily possible to use the milling machine on different excavators for different purposes. In addition, this way it is worth using the tool even for short milling distances.
These figures are the standard values of the GM 140 AFH-500 excavator-mounted milling machine, which vary slightly depending on the accessories and extensions used in the job. In case of doubt, a detailed consultation will help you to find the best excavator mounted milling machine for your own purposes.
Flexibility is the hallmark of the GM 140 AFH-500
It happens again and again that a trench has to be dug at an obstacle. In these cases it is important that the tiller can be used laterally offset from the excavator so that it can reach the desired places at all. The GM 140 AFH-500 excavator mounted milling machine GM 140 AFH-500 achieves this by means of a hydraulic slewing ring, so it is no problem to use the tiller even on hedges, walls or crash barriers. This flexibility is one reason why companies of all conceivable sizes use this machine for their projects.
Maximum flexibility is also provided by the cutter bars and chain of the GM 140 AFH-500 excavator mounted milling machine, which are designed to work at different depths. For example, the cutter bar depths can be 600, 800, 1,200 or 1,500 millimetres and the cutter bars can be offset to the side. In addition, chains with widths of 70, 150, 200, 250, 300, 350, 400 and 450 millimetres are available. This means that the milling machine can be optimally adapted to the task at hand. Last but not least, it is also possible to request individual equipment. This makes a milling machine especially suitable for a specific project and is tailored to the individual requirements of the user.
Various selection criteria for the GM 140 AFH-500 excavator mounted milling machine
Depending on the respective project and the task at hand, different chains are used in the GM 140 AFH-500 excavator mounted milling machine. Carbon chisel chains are available, but also mixed chains with chisel and knife are available. Many users also opt for a dinting machine with sole plate that can be individually adapted to the respective milling depth. A manual or automatic laser system, a pipe-laying shaft and various cable reel holders are also highly practical when working with the GM 140 AFH-500 excavator mounted milling machine.
The conveyor belt of the GM 140 AFH-500 is also well proven and can be mounted on both sides of the milling machine, thus offering the greatest possible freedom of use. Such a conveyor belt deposits the excavated material during milling in such a way that it does not land on the edge of the trench. At the same time, however, it is so close to the trench that it can easily be filled in again after the pipes or cables have been laid. Alternatively, a 3,000 mm loading conveyor can be used to load and transport the excavated material directly.
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