Ingersoll Rand’s 600-hp MT-2000 milling machine features a Tier 3 Cummins engine. The four-track, front-load, half-lane machine offers three drum-cutting speeds, which IR says is an industry first. Deep-cut power bulge provides higher torque at lower engine rpm for tough material or deep-cut applications. High-speed selection provides maximum speed on shallow cutting depths. Standard cutting speed provides maximum horsepower at normal cutting depths. The milling machine can run 78.75- and 86-inch drums. Five steering modes provide maneuverability. Operating dual stations feature adjustable control panels to accommodate operators who are seated or standing.
by Katie Weiler, Managing Editor | September 28, 2010