Enhanced performance from Wolfe wheel trencher
May 15, 2015 – Major upgrades are taking Wolfe wheel trenchers up a notch with increased efficiency, safety and performance.
The cooling system has been completely overhauled and is quieter, has more cooling capacity and is easier to clean and maintain. It features a larger engine cooler, variable speed hydraulic fans for more fuel efficiency and is side machine mounted to reduce recycled hot air and noise for the operator. Wolfe has also upgraded the air conditioning system, which now has 45 per cent more cooling capacity and comes standard on all new models.
The Wolfe wheel trencher can tilt up to seven degrees (optional) to hold the wheel vertical when trenching on slopes, delivering performance in even the most difficult grades.
The new optional extreme duty wheel features heavy duty 1.5-inch rims and buckets with wide-drive sprockets and wheels segments, large diameter lower wheel rollers with heavy-duty bearings and Kennametal tooth holders with either flat digging tooth or carbide bullet for digging into frost and light rock, allowing you to work into the winter months.
The wheel trencher also has a fully redesigned hydraulically powered front hood that completely swings out of the way to allow for ease of maintenance and repair and an overall improved look of the machine.
For more information, visit www.wolfeequipment.com.
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