Source: Wirtgen America, Inc.
The W 2200 -- new for the Year 2000 -- is designed for big, continuous cold milling projects in which a pavement must be removed mile after mile...
The W 2200 -- new for the Year 2000 -- is designed for big, continuous cold milling projects in which a pavement must be removed mile after mile. The high-horsepower, high-production W 2200 lets contractors or government agencies mill large projects in surprisingly short periods of time. Its maximum milling depth of 13.7 inches (350 mm) means that entire pavements can be removed at a single pass. Wirtgen's design engineers have produced a machine with a cutting width of 86.6 inches (2200 mm), four large D-6 crawler tracks, a milling drum with a high-efficiency mechanical belt drive, and a reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) front-loading system on a unit that is both compact and easy to operate.
The W 2200's Caterpillar Model 3412E, 12 cylinder, 875 hp diesel engine is overspecified for the machine's maximum cutting depth, with an immense feed rate and high level of performance that keep operators and owners happy. The front-loading conveyor system is sized to handle extremely large volumes of material, by means of its 43.3-inch (1100 mm) belts with a theoretical carrying capacity of over 1,100 tons (1000 metric tonnes) per hour.
Cutting Width 86.6 inches
Cutting Depth 13.7 inches
Productivity (tph) 1,100
Operating Weight (lbs) 85,317
Engine Caterpillar 3412E
Conveyor Yes, Front
Wirtgen America, Inc., 204 River Hills Drive, Nashville, TN 37210. Tel: 615-391-0600; Fax: 615-391-0791.