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    ICE 1223 B Specifications & Technical Data (2002-2010)

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    Centrifugal force: 670kN – Static torque: 11,5kgm – Boom Lifting Torque: 180kN – Amplitude: 16mm – Frequency: 38Hz – Drive power: 135kW

    Technical specs - 1223 B ICE

    Specification

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    • Centrifugal force 670 kN
    • Static torque 11,5 kgm
    • Boom Lifting Torque 180 kN
    • Amplitude 16 mm
    • Frequency 38 Hz
    • Drive power 135 kW
    • Weight 1.8 t

    Basic model without leader slide, hydraulic unit

    Special equipment

    • Excavator attachment
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