Silage scraper pushing model (KSDW)
With this scraper the sand can be shove and also pushed to the side. Because the rubber is placed far from the coupling point, the slide can reach on the silage pit. This large distance is the big difference with respect to the Terrain and Road Scrapers. However, the KSDW can still be used as a terrain scraper, for example to keep the yard mud and snow free.
The KSDW is left and right slewable with two heavy cylinders. This allows the sand to be moved well. As a protection for the cylinders, the silage scraper is supplied with an pressure relief valve as standard.
Secondly, the beam with the rubber of the scraper can oscillate with respect to the frame, so there is always an optimal bottom adjustment, which results in the rubber wears evenly. The scraper will therefore also adapt to the silage pit on the surface, so that all sand is pushed along.
Available in 3 versions:
- KSDWM – rubber 2.200*400*40 mm
- KSDWU – rubber 2.800*500*50 mm
- KSDWK – rubber 2.800*500*50 mm
With the KSDWM the rubber is placed 1,600 mm from the coupling point, with the KSDWU and KSDWK this distance is 2,000 mm. The difference between the KSDWU and the KSDWK is that the K variant is equipped with a heavy hollow steel tube, behind the rubber, and heavier cylinders. The KSDWK therefore has many similarities with the KSDWU, but has been strengthened in a number of areas.
The KSDWM is suitable as a machine on a mini loader, the two larger versions are suitable for wheel loaders, tractors and telehandlers (for the attachment parts, see the document: Kemp attachment parts).
For additional specifications, see the document: product specifications.