ADT Series scrapers from K-Tec Earthmovers Inc. are suited for contractors who prefer to pull scrapers with the tractor of an articulated dump truck compared to an agricultural tractor.
For contractors who prefer to pull a scraper with the power unit of an articulated dump truck (ADT) over an agricultural tractor, K-Tec Earthmovers Inc. newly offers the ADT Series of scrapers. As well as being capable of higher speeds compared to ag-tractor-pulled models, ADT scrapers match the width of the power unit, are capable of tighter turning radiuses, and boast improved flotation over motor scrapers, says the company. Designed for self-loading with a six-wheel-drive articulated truck, the scrapers can exceed driving speeds of 30 miles per hour. All scraper models in the ADT Series from Canadian-based K-Tec can be shipped via sea container.
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