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Volvo MT2000, MT500 Milling Machines

Volvo’s new class of milling machines round out the company’s road machinery product line.

March 01, 2009

Volvo’s new class of milling machines round out the company’s road machinery product line. The MT2000 features a four-track, front-load, half-lane system powered by a 610-horsepower Tier-3 Cummins engine, and it offers three engine and drum cutting speeds selectable from the operator’s panel. The MW500 is a four-wheel, rear-loading, utility-class milling unit with a cutting width of 19.69 inches. Its compact size and 7.87-inch turning radius make the MW500 milling machine ideal for patching, joints, trenching, and close cutting around street and roadway obstructions.

The Volvo EC750E hydraulic excavator is powered by a Volvo Tier 4-Final D16 engine and provides 502 horsepower.

The 60-ton-capacity A60H is Volvo Construction Equipment’s largest articulated hauler to date, designed for heavy hauling in severe off-road operations, including quarries, opencast mines and large earth-moving operations.

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