Volvo’s new class of milling machines round out the company’s road machinery product line.
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.
Now powered by a Tier 4-Final Volvo D13 engine, the EC380E has a 9 percent improvement in fuel efficiency, according to the company.
The 38,510-pound G946C motor grader is now Tier 4-Final equipped, and features a heavy-duty circle, moldboard and drawbar, with a blade pull at base of 24,957 pounds.