The BM 2200/65 milling machine has a maximum milling width of 58 inches.
The 60,296-pound half-lane mill has a 630-horsepower engine that matches power with milling speed for efficient milling to depths reaching 13.8 inches. Stepless platform side-shift up to 7.8 inches provides visibility to the right cutting edge and side plate, allowing the operator to hold the milling line.
Easy Cut technology automatically regulates the height of the rear drive, so the rear of the machine follows the front to its set depth, making the operator’s work simpler. Its conveyor offers a 16-foot discharge height plus 130-degree conveyor slewing angle—65 degrees to the left and to the right of center.
To facilitate transport, the conveyor retracts to a length 23.6 inches shorter than previous designs.
Vibration-isolated operator station provides comfortable operation from either a seated or standing position, plus additional cushioning at platform standing areas helps combat fatigue. Height-adjustable seats swivel 45 degrees in either direction to improve visibility.
Easy Level clearly displays grade and slope settings on the 7-inch display. Mill settings are quickly changed with minimal navigation and limited submenus on the monitor for intuitive, efficient operation.
Variable milling speeds between three application-specific presets on the control panel allow the operator to tailor drum speed to the material to increase milling efficiency. The slim design of the BMS 15 L tool holder increases milling drum efficiency by converting more power into force on the cutting tool. The design improves cutter life and increases fuel efficiency by up to 20 percent, according to the company.
All key machine service points are easily accessible, and all filters can be conveniently reached from the operator’s platform through the wide-opening engine hood, as are the fill ports for fuel and DEF.
Large left- and right-hand service panels provide simple accessibility to the machine’s auxiliary drive and milling gear, and engine service points are easily accessed from both above and below.