An easy job on heavy ground
Traction is the magic word when it comes to stabilizing on deep, muddy ground, and of that the WR has enough and to spare. Extra large, deep-tread tyres very effectively transport the engine’s high drive power into the soil. The powerful all-wheel drive ensures constant maximum traction of each of the four separately hydrostatically driven wheels. In addition, uniform traction is ensured by the sophisticated weight distribution across the machine frame. The machine’s advance speed is load-dependent and governed by an automatic power control system that dispenses with the need to engage or disengage the differential lock. In short: the WR is the ideal candidate for mixing in binding agents on difficult ground.
Automatic height adjustment via the machine’s fourfold full-floating axle is yet another feature that plays its trumps where high ground clearance is required when operating on deep, muddy ground. The machine’s advance speed is continuously adjustable from zero to maximum speed both during operation and in transport mode. In short: the WR is the ideal candidate for mixing in binders on difficult ground.
Stable driving performance and ample ground clearance
The WR moves effortlessly even on extremely uneven ground while retaining its horizontal alignment all the time. The machine’s automatic fourfold full-floating axle and electronic cross slope sensor are important features when it comes to ensuring machine stability and balance. The cross slope sensor enables the WR to operate parallel to the surface or at the specified cross slope. The tried-andtested, fourfold full-floating lifting column design can be relied on to level out any major ground irregularities quickly and in a dynamic process. It enables the milling and mixing rotor to always maintain the specified working depth both on the left and right side, thus ensuring precise work results.
The wheels are height-adjustable in pairs – left, right, front or rear – for full adjustment to site conditions. When driving crosswise on sloping terrain, the operator can adjust the machine to a more convenient horizontal position by means of the “roll” feature. And the operator benefits, too – high driving convenience promotes relaxed working.