To achieve higher gradeability in reverse we have built the High Climb machines on our Anti-spin versions with No Spin rear axles and by introducing new heavier components in the rear axle, drive motor and transmission the drum is able to push the machine reverse 55% (28 degrees).
Padfoot (PD) machines and Smooth (D) machines with padfoot shell kits will have a perfect grip in the soil, remember that smooth drums need to have grip to push the machine reverse. The visible change on the drum will be the mechanical stops (Image #1) on drive side not to overload the rubber elements. The visible change in the display will be the tilt and gradeability indicators as default. In the top of the engine hood there will be HC logos to identify the machine type.
For further information, please contact:
Vijay Palanisamy, Sr. Product Marketing Manager
Jennifer Bishop, Communication and Marketing Manager
Dynapac is a leading supplier of high-tech soil and asphalt rollers, pavers and milling equipment, committed to strengthening customer performance. Dynapac is represented worldwide via its own regional sales and service offices, and also cooperates with an extensive professional distribution network. Headquartered in Wardenburg, Germany, Dynapac has production facilities in Europe, South America, and Asia. Dynapac is part of the FAYAT Group. Dynapac North America customer support and distribution is located in Fort Mill, SC. www.dynapac.com.