CASAGRANDE C6XP RADIO – MICROPILING

CASAGRANDE C6XP RADIO – MICROPILING

Equipment Type Machinery
Equipment Micropiling Equipment
Year 2015
Working Hours 1.300 APPROX
Location USA
Equipment Serial: C6UC13**

Some technical specifications of the Casagrande C6xp Radio – Used Machinery for micropiling and tie backs available for sale:

Undercarriage: 2250 mm

Diesel Engine: Deutz TCD 4.1 L04 4V 155 kW @ 2300 rpm - Tier 3B

Mast: stroke 5000 mm

Rotary Head: T2500 with off hole movement: Max torque 20 kNm complete with driving sleeve and 2" rear swivel

Clamps: M4-M4S-C dia. 76-361 mm with sliding break out clamp

Service winch: A2 complete with cat head

Setup: 20L oiler, G40 foam pump, 202 Gamma pump, hydraulic system for top hammer
Equipment Type Machinery
Equipment Micropiling Equipment
Year 2015
Working Hours 1.300 APPROX
Location USA
Equipment Serial: C6UC13**

The Casagrande C6 XP represents the joint venture between 50 years of Casagrande’s experience in the field of drilling, together with the innovation.

A feature which characterized the long history of company’s successes. Compact, strong and versatile, the C6 XP is capable to work on all frontsanchoring, micro-poles, let grouting: this machine really doesn’t have any limits, Available in radio-controlled version, the new C6 XP is fitted by a full load sensing hydraulic system.

The mast is fitted on a joint permitting to work at “0” distance from a vertical wall. Thanks to a new joints system, the C6 XP is a fast and rapid machine to operate, easy to use (user-friendly).

Total flexibility is the key word. The new joints system of the C6 XP allows reaching the most extreme spots. Driving solutions for everyone: the C6 XP was designed thinking of the operators who can prefer the radio-control or the more traditional hydraulic panel. In both cases, there’s an on board display control console

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