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Friday, 04 December 2015 00:00

Safely Change An Oversize Earthmoving Tyre

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Komatsu Tyre Handlers are exclusive to Red Australia Equipment, built from earthmoving experience. 

How do you pick up a 10 tonne tyre? With the Komatsu FD250Z-6. It has a capacity of 9300Kg at a 2800mm reach and load centres range from 600mm to 2800mm to handle tyres on the largest of trucks, especially in the mining industry. 

There are many options when it comes to the attachment. 

Revolving clamps allow tyres to rotate 360 degrees 

Tilting arms to allow forward tyre handling 

Pivoting arm for easy handling of size variations 

Just to name a few. 

In today’s ever changing environment it is important to be one step ahead of the rest. Komatsu Tyre Handlers are designed to liaise with the “big” equipment in the areas that older Tyre Handlers fail. 

Safety is also a major concept faced by management and the operator’s everyday. To ensure your tyre handler is completing the job in a safe manner call a Red Australia expert today. 

Red Australia also provides Mining Specifications including:

  • Automatic transmission,
  • Mining specification seat,
  • Rubber boot covers for steer and tilt ramps,
  • Anti-rust coating,
  • Auto greaser for mast and steer axle.

What a great way to compliment your existing mining equipment. 

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