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    Technical specs - SUPER 1800-3 Vögele

    Notice: Every data listed is verified by LECTURA Specs team experts. However, incomplete data and mistakes might occur. Contact our team with any change suggestion.

    Weight 25.15 t
    Transport length 6.17 m
    Transport width 3.265 m
    Transport height 3.86 m
    Standard width 3 m
    Max. width 9 m
    Drive DM
    Type of screed V/T
    Engine manuf. Cummins
    Engine type QSB6.7C170
    Engine power 127 kW
    Engine power 170.3 HP
    Displacement 6.7 l
    No. of cylinders 6
    Emission level Stage3a/ Tier 3
    Hydr. extension from ###
    Hydr. extension up to ###
    Soil pressure ###
    Bunker capacity ###
    Operating speed ###
    Dimension lxwxh ###
    Revolutions at max torque ###
    Max. torque ###
    Cylinder bore x stroke ###
    Weight ###

    Basic model with operator cabin roof, std. beam and screed plate heating Prices and weights refer to the std. width (most demanded/sold width), excl. hydraulic or manual extention

    SUPER 1800-3 Vögele - Special equipment

    • Diesel particulate filter
    • Bilateral levelling automatic
    • Vibration
    • High compaction
    • Spray unit
    • Tamper

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    25.15t

    6.17 m

    3.265 m

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