PrimeTech introduces new carrier
Jan. 14, 2014 - Drawing on nearly 10 years of technical experience, the PrimeTech team has just completed design of the new PT-300. The latest version of this 275 HP tracked, self-propelled carrier (prime mover) for forestry management, land clearing and road construction has all it takes to confirm its long market leadership.
The PT-300 is not merely an updated top-of-the-line model in the PrimeTech range. It introduces improvements for customers who are already familiar with the unit and have come to appreciate its performance and dependability.
The PT-300 also exceeds the expectations of those who are looking for a highly advanced vehicle: a state-of-the-art unit that combines the very best of PrimeTech's long-lasting know-how.
In its brand new form, the PT-300 preserves the top-of-the-line features of the previous model, with stunning new additions:
- 12 cm/5" higher, providing more comfort and head room for the operator.
- A third emergency exit was added on the right-hand side.
- A flat-faced front windshield ensures optimal visibility and makes cleaning easy.
- Push-button joysticks now have optimal waterproof and dustproof IP rating (67) and are perfect for heavy-duty jobs.
- A new compressed air cleaning system for the front windshield ensures better visibility in case of dust or debris build-up (optional).
- All lights are LED lights.
- Oscillating BERCO D4 undercarriage.
- Ground clearance was increased by 6cm/2": from 40cm/16" to 46 cm/18".
ACCESS, MAINTENANCE and SERVICEABILITY
- Rear winch and radiator guards swing out: they open easily for quick radiator cleaning.
- The cabin tilts in full, allowing for thorough servicing of all components.
- The air filter system is integrated into the cabin and allows better access for maintenance.
- Filter pressure sensors are now even more durable (higher IP-rating), with better sealing against dust, humidity, and pressure washing.
For further information visit our website at www.prime-tech.com or reach us at email@example.com
January 14, 2014 By Amie Silverwood
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