BOMAG expands its soil stabiliser offering
Boppard-based BOMAG is broadening soil stabiliser systems
Bomag is expanding its soil stabiliser range with the launch of the MPH600 for its line-up. Replacing the earlier MPH125, this top-of-the-line model is designed to offer increased performance and productivity, along with accurate mixing capabilities. The machine is equipped with the firm’s novel FLEXMIX system that is said to optimise mixing performance, while the machine also features a new 447kW emission compliant engine that is said to be highly fuel efficient. The sophisticated FLEXMIX system features a rotor that is infinitely adjustable and can suit mix results precisely to the requirements of a specific location, providing maximum output with efficient mixing and pulverising.
A novel tooth replacement system has been developed, the BRS 05, which is also said to provide a more secure mounting while reducing changeover times for worn components. Featuring a permanent connection to the base bracket, this is made of wear-resistant steel to extend service life and reduce servicing requirements. The MPH600 is said to deliver optimum mix quality due to its fully automatic metering computer. This provides continuous monitoring of the work process and precise metering of water and bitumen additives. The computer records all the relevant data and this can be printed out for analysis. Other features include an ergonomic cab that offers high visibility, a new and control steering system using twin joysticks and ease of transportation due to the height adjustable cab.