Hydraulic zanjadoras, milling machines and graders
January 22, 2008
It's the model Bigfoot, a machine fitted with a helical system on the side, which can be adapted to minimachines, skid steer loaders and excavators of up to 3.5 tonnes. Bigfoot is capable of digging to a depth of 900 mm, a width of up to 200 mm. The manufacturer recommends this zanjadora for the installation of pipes for irrigation, communications and ground force, repairs to roads and construction in general. For its operation, requires a flow minimum of 40 litres and a maximum of 114 litres and a maximum of 240 kilograms pressure. The Bigfoot X version can dig to a depth of 1,200 mm, a width of up to 300 mm.
Another novelty of Ventura is the levelling dragged shot Planner 510 ST, which presents a total length of 7.95 m, blade of 3.65 m long, a counterweight of 2,900 pounds gross vehicle weight, a height with the ascent of blade of 2.70 metres, and an external width of the road of 2.20 metres. In addition, the leveller, equipped with tires of 12.4-24, can adapt to tractor with a minimum power of 75 HP.
Finally, the stand of Ventura also has the milling of rock and asphalt RPF/FPRD, that can cut stones, rocks and shrub, up to 300 mm in depth. The cut is made between the Pickaxe and the counter-rotating, hydraulic and adjustable. In the case of fixed stones and rocks and depth of up to 150 mm, is essential superlentas marches on the tractor.