This large tracked paver features powerful Tier 3 engines and intuitive conventional electronics that are easy to learn. A variety of screed options help ensure quality and pre-compaction goals are met. Toggle switches provide the control – and are easy to maintain, too. The impact of dump trucks is lessened through a low hopper dump height and oscillating push rollers.
- National roads
- Country roads
- City/municipal streets
- Building lots
- Large squares and courtyards
Material Feeding System
The twin conveyor system ensures material flows consistently from the hopper, so productivity and quality goals can be achieved.
Wide material tunnel to optimise flow and limit segregation
Consistent auger distribution of material across the screed is essential to placing a quality mat with minimal segregation.
The hopper is designed to reduce spilling during connections between the paver and the lorries. It is also designed to maximise flow and minimise segregation.
The result: improved quality in the form of smoother mats.
Engine, undercarriage key components
A Cummins QSB 6.7 litre, water-cooled engine is the power inside the Ammann AFT 600-2, AFW 600-2, AFT 700-2 and AFW 700-2. The engine drives an efficient hydraulic system, with power transfer through a split gearbox.
Tracks help Ammann Large Pavers with conventional controls overcome challenging terrain and provide the grip needed when paving large widths. The tracks are powered by hydraulic motors with planetary gears for high torque, assuring great traction forces. Track motors feature an automatic flow control system to maintain a straight drive.
The high stability of the Ammann screeds is due to the 4-Tube principle design. These four tubes allow wide working widths without the need of any supporting rods. This makes the setup of the screed easier and saves time when preparing the paver for large working widths.
Ammann screeds feature gas (LPG) or electric heating systems, leaving the choice of the preferred system up to the customer. Electric heated screeds feature high quality insulations and powerful generator to reduce heat-up times. Well designed heating coils for the bottom plates and tampers grant a well distributed heat over the full length of the screed. Gas heated screeds feature a fast heat-up time that reach target temperatures quickly.
|Simple side shield control
|Weight & Dimensions|
|A – Length (Machine)||6400 mm|
|B – Length (Transport)||6145 mm|
|C – Length (Tracks)||2900 mm|
|D – Length (Material hopper)||2125 mm|
|E – Height (Machine)||3900 mm|
|F – Height (Transport)||3100 mm|
|G – Height (w.o. Canopy)||2845 mm|
|H – Height (material loading)||430 mm|
|I – Width (Machine, open hoppers)||3400 mm|
|J – Width (Transport)||2550 mm|
|K- Width (Track gauge)||1990 mm|
|L – Max. approach angle||15°|
|Capacity & Performance|
|Placement thickness (max)||-150 up to +310|
|Theoretical paving capacity||750 t/h|
|Paving speed||30 m/min|
|Transport speed||4 km/h|
|Material Feeding System|
|Hopper dumping height center (w. hopper flap)||555 mm|
|Hopper width, internal||3292 mm|
|Conveyor type||Dual bar feeder|
|Conveyor width||2×655 mm|
|Conveyor control||Automatic with limit switches|
|Auger diameter||380 mm|
|Auger control||Automatic with ultrasonic sensors|
|Auger height adjustment||250 mm|
|Operator console||Slidable left/right|
|Engine model||Cummins QSB 6.7 – C173|
|Rated power KW @ 2200 rpm||129|
|Emissions||Stage IIIA (T3)|
|Electrical system||24 V|
|Fuel tank capacity||320 l|
|Crawler length||2900 mm|
|Crawler width||320 mm|
|Final drive||Hydrostatic direct drives comprised of planetary gear units and hydraulic motors|
|Screed||Heating System||Screed Type||Standard working width||Max. with mechanical extensions|
|STV 5100 G||Gas (LPG)||Tamper & vibration screed||2550–5100 mm||8800 mm|
|STV 5100 E||Electric||Tamper & vibration screed||2550–5100 mm||8800 mm|
|STV 6000 G||Gas (LPG)||Tamper & vibration screed||3000–6000 mm||9000 mm|
|STV 6000 E||Electric||Tamper & vibration screed||3000–6000 mm||9000 mm|