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.
Over engineered with higher strength material and additional support gussets. Heavy steel bulk head and ridged hose stand keep hydraulic lines safe and secure.
The Pole is box built with an internal skeleton vs. formed halves to increase rigidity. Supports wrap around the front Pole to meet up with the side frame. The combination of vertical depth of frame of the Pole, mainframe pipe, trailing arms, and the use of much higher strength steel ensures the maximum production. All of this, while reducing costly downtime from difficult to repair major frame failures. The bolt-together modular flange design adds to the package and even makes shipping easier.
The valve assembly functions on a dual cartridge system, using a simple Sequence and Counter Balance Valve similar to our Dolly-Pole and Direct Mount scrapers. And it’s already setup to pull the scrapers in tandem — a benefit for real earthmovers.
The gate pivot assembly features robust 360 degree welded bosses, which supports larger pins that are greasible from the outside, providing maximum strength and support. A massive 6″ x 16″ Apron cylinder connects to the Front Section — fully friction welded eye and nitrobar rod makes this thing indestructible.
The 2012CS has a spacious opening for material to be quickly and easily dumped out when needed. The side of Ashland Aprons have a close tolerance to the Bowl wiper walls. And with a cast steel hinge pivot, nothing will break through.
The 2012CS has a 20 cu. yd. heaped 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. All critical locations have been upgraded to abrasion resistant steel with over 170,000 yield strength. That’s nearly 2.5x stronger than the competition. The scraper also incorporates the JD blade bolting standard, for any configuration.
A 3.5″ x 32″ Bowl cylinder allows for dumping action to take place. While 6.5″ x 16″ cylinders connect the Bowl to the Rear Section — again, they all have fully friction welded eyes and corrosion resistant nitrobar rods. Our cylinders use Standard sized components, are easy to service in the field without special tools, and feature a higher grade seal package.
Maintaining a level cut starts at the rear wheels. A fully robotic-welded rear truss system provides repeatable precision parts. Every support is identical to the next which translates into tighter weld joints to the rear frame tubes. It is these exacting standards of construction and the use of higher strength of material ensure superior durability, higher load rating, and longer fatigue resistance than full tubular design rear frames.
Regardless of your soil condition, there is a tire package available to keep you floating on the soil and moving forward. A super capacity 14-bolt pass-through 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) 20 cu. yd.|
Required HP: 400 – 620
Width of Cut: 144″
Apron Clearance: 49”
Dump Cylinder (2): 3.5” x 32”
Apron Cylinder (1): 6” x 16”
Lift Cylinder (2): 6.5” x 16”
Lighting System: Standard
Laser/GPS Bracket: Optional
|Tires: (Std. Rear (4) 20.5 x 25|
Tires: (Opt. Rear Radial (4) 20.5R x 25, Radial
Overall Width: 166”
Overall Length: 309”
Overall Height: 106″
Weight: (Std. Rear Tire) 21,470 lbs.
Weight: (Opt. Radial Tire) 180 lbs/per
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