Hydraulic loaded salt spreader   /   PS20 – 40 – 90

Take your ideal machine. Surround it with the most advanced safety imaginable. Fit it with new engines and mechanicals that are impeccable even in the very worst conditions. You’ve achieved the same result as we have: one of the fi nest machines invented to date. It’s called PS. It comes in three versions, which differ in capacity and engine size:

  • PS 20
  • PS 60
  • PS 90

These machines fi t a special expansion system which allows them to run even if they break down or their crushing and metering shafts are blocked by impurities (stones and wood) in non selected materials.

The rotors of all models can tilt back over the nose to facilitate the discharging of residual material and avoid the nuisance of breakdowns due to collisions during manoeuvres. The operation can be performed manually or from the optional console on the side of the engine compartment.

The sand jet, which can cover a surface up to 12 m wide, may be swivelled right and left using the device on the side of the chute or the electric control (optional) on the cabin console or on board the machine.

The machine can be charged and discharged in three different ways:

  • using parking legs. The machine has a mobile roller which facilitates running over the body. The control for this function is on the side of the engine compartment and can be moved round the machine within a radius of 10 metres;
  • using trusses;
  • using pactainer system.

The automatic console (optional on the 20-40) is mated with a radar sensor which reads the speed of the machine. It is thus possible to regulate basis weight and spreading
with extreme precision and to print out data such as:

  • distance covered;
  • material distribued;
  • time taken.

PS spreaders can also be fi tted with a manual or electronic humidifi cation unit. Thanks to this valuable accessory, the effect of sanding is longer-lasting and thus ensures greater safety for motorists.

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