Introduced in North America in 1996, the Model WR 2500 Road Reclaimer and Soil Stabilizer is designed for the 21st Century...
Introduced in North America in 1996, the Model WR 2500 Road Reclaimer and Soil Stabilizer is designed for the 21st Century.
The design incorporates a 690 hp (intermittent-rated), V-12 turbocharged/aftercooled diesel engine to power a 96-inch-wide by 20-inch-deep cutting rotor, making it a true, high-horsepower deep-cutting heavyweight.
Perhaps the most significant of several innovative features is a two-frame design that allows the WR 2500 to retain the very important "floating hood" concept, which allows an expanded volume of material to pass freely through the process without creating a "friction brake" effect on the cutter and cutter drive components.
Material size is controlled by using hydraulically adjustable, manganese-lined breaker bars that can be remotely adjusted by the machine operator to tighten or close down the area between the rotating cutter and the impact bars, a scheme used for decades by the aggregate crushing industry.
Its Type III holder system allows quick and easy replacement of broken or worn-out cutter bit toolholders without the inconvenience and added cost of a cutting torch and welder. Drum rebuilding can be executed in one day by two workers without removal of the cutter.
Milling Width: 96 inches
Working Depth: 0.0 to 20 inches
Engine Output: 448 kW/601 hp/610 PS
Operating Weight: 63,336 lbs.
Number of Wheels: 4
Travel Drive System: Hydraulic/All Wheel
Wirtgen America, Inc., 204 River Hills Drive, Nashville, TN 37210. Tel: 615-391-0600; Fax: 615-391-0791.