The MDU hitch helps insure a stable ride as you go over rocks and windrows.
Box built from steel plate, the front Pole has an internal skeletal structure far superior to any other construction.
Five piece, Boron Thru-Harden blades provide superior wear and durability in any soil condition. Blades are secured with Grade 8 plow bolts and nuts.
Elevated front pipe provides clear visibility of the cutting edge for precision control.
Standard pushbar extension allows deeper and shorter cuts when pushing with a dozer.
Redesigned sidewalls are higher than before, keeping material from boiling over.
The upper portion of the Pushoff can be tilted into three positions. Folded flat for reduce shipping height, 30 degree forward for normal loading operations, or tilted 30 degree backward for easier top loading with a excavator.
By running your tractors drawbar pin horizontally thru the hitch’s two ears, your scraper can be mounted closer to the tractors rear axle, which helps keep the front of MFWD tractor weighed down. The drawbars vertical pin is mounted 22” behind the horizontal drawbar pin, which provides you with a superior turning radius.
Vertically mounted 5″ x 20″ trunnion mount cylinders are attached directly over the blade set. These cylinders are mounted in a nearly vertical position so that when the operator retracts the cylinder one inch, the blade moves one inch. This enables you to maintain greater control of engine RPMs and ground speed. By moving faster the dirt continues to “boil,” developing bigger and quicker loads.
The Pole is box built with an internal skeleton vs. formed halves to increase rigidity. The tapered trailing arm has excellent depth of frame near the front pipe to reduce failure at the corners. And with an elevated Front Section pipe, operators can take advantage of unmatched visibility and greater clearance while loading piles or in areas with heavy debris such as tall grass or brush.
Round structures, such as the heavy wall pipe that Ashland uses in its Front Section, handle torsional loads (twisting loads) much better than square or rectangle tubing. With rounded pipe, the stress of your load is displaced around the entire circumference of the structure — with any other style, stress is amplified in the corners and seams. Concentrated stress can cause the tubing to fail in these areas, making our Front Section pipe a superior design.
The scraper has a spacious front opening for material to easily fall forward and be leveled out by the blade while ejecting. Uses big 4” x 13” hydraulic cylinders for maximum clamping force. The side of Ashland Aprons have close tolerance to the Bowls sidewalls — this tight fit ensures that debris won’t bend the Apron inward as the ejector moves forward.
The 140TS2 has a 14 cu. yd. heaped capacity and a 11 cu. yd. struck capacity, with a dual plated floor system. This system consists of two heavy plates that support both the top and bottom edges of the moldboard, ensuring that the floor will remain straight and strong when coming in contact with large objects such as stumps or rocks.
The scraper incorporates a five piece blade set secured with grade eight bolts and nuts. The protruding center blade extends longer than the neighboring corner blades to bite into material.
The 140TS2’s valve assembly functions on a dual cartridge system, using a Sequence and Counter Balance Valve. When engaged, this allows the Apron to open fully prior to the Pushoff moving forward to eject material. Once the ejector wall (Pushoff) has thrust the payload forward, the operator can reverse the control lever in the cab, allowing the ejector wall to retract while the Apron remains open. This system gives the operator the ability to begin loading the scraper immediately. Once the ejector wall is fully retracted to the rear of the Bowl, the sequencing cartridge will divert oil to the Apron — at that point, the Apron will close fully.
If you’d prefer to control your scraper’s Apron independently from the ejector, there is a three circuit option for greater control.
We mount the ejector cylinder low on the ejector wall, close to the floor, so the machine pushes right where the load is sitting. The rear framework and Pushoff face are a completely welded system. Three massive rectangular pieces of tubing are welded into a square shape and then welded onto a round tube back bumper for a flex-free structure. This frame supports the 2.5” rod and 4.5” x 54” Pushoff cylinder connected to the face-plate.
Need to push your scraper with a dozer? You will appreciate the extra distance that Ashland’s pushbar extension provides. Because our lift cylinders are mounted in a nearly vertical position, you won’t see increased pressure within the hydraulic lines while pushing with a dozer.
Regardless of your soil condition, there is a tire package available to keep you floating on the soil and moving forward. A super capacity 10-bolt hub system is integrated on Ashland scrapers which allow easy tire service and maintenance. The rear tires on this scraper are 20.5 x 25.
|Capacity, Heaped: (ISO 6485) 14 cu. yd. – (10.7m3)|
Capacity, Struck: (ISO 6485) 11 cu. yd . – (8.4 m3)
Required HP: 200 – 500
Width of Cut: 97.5” – (2.48m)
Apron Clearance: 49” – (1.24m)
Depth of Cut: 8” – (20cm)
Depth of Spread: 0 -18” – (0 – 46cm)
Ground Clearance at Blade: 18” – (46cm)
Pushoff Cylinder (1): 4.5” x 54” – (11.4cm x 137cm)
Apron Cylinder (2): 4” x 13” – (10.1cm x 33cm)
Lift Cylinder (2): 5” x 20” – (12.7cm x 50.8cm)
|Laser/GPS Bracket: Standard|
Pushbar Extension: Standard
Tires: (Std. Rear (2) 20.5 x 25
Overall Width: 110” – (2.8m)
Overall Length: 332” – (8.4m)
Overall Height: 84” – (2.13m)
Weight: (Std. Rear Tire) 14,400 lbs. – (6,532kg)
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