Kershaw Skytrim 75 G2

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Kershaw Skytrim 75 G2

 

Progress Rail’s Maintenance-of-Way (MOW) division was born out of the movement toward mechanization in the railroad industry and introduced the first Kershaw Ballast Regulator in 1945.

Today, Progress Rail supplies Kershaw MOW equipment, providing machines to all Class I railroads, transit and short lines and contractors around the world.

Our Kershaw SkyTrim 75 G2 is a rough terrain, rubber-tired vehicle with telescoping boom and a saw-type cutter head designed to effectively slice through trees.

 

Technical Details

 

Frame:     Welded construction front and rear main frames. High strength alloy steel superstructure.

 

Engine:      Cat® C4.4, 127 HP @ 2200 rpm

 

Transmission and Axles:    Two-speed shift-on-the-go transmission. Heavy-duty Cat® axles.

 

Hydraulic System:     Hydrostatic propel system mounted on engine. Easily accessible cleanout port and shutoff valve.

 

Electrical System:   12-volt DC negative ground with engine driven alternator and two 12-volt batteries.

 

Cab:     Tinted Lexgard® top and ergonomic seat. Light touch hydraulic pilot pressure joystick. Heavy duty swing bearing with worm gear drive for maximum tooth engagement.

 

Wheels and Brakes:     Wheels adjustable to track width. Service brakes are wet disc inboard hydraulically applied and “built-in” the axles. Parking brakes are fail-safe, spring-applied/hydraulic-released wet disc driveline mounted. Parking brakes will automatically apply and stop machine if engine stops.

Capacities - Fuel:     Fuel: 60 gal. Hydraulic: 30 gal.

Boom:     Telescoping composite construction with 75 ft. (22.86m) reach from ground. Telescoping boom driven with chain. Each unit is electrically insulated and tested to ANSI A92.2-2001 Category C standards to 100 kV for maximum operator safety.