HOW IT WORKS

 

HOW IT WORKS

 

 

The fan generates an air current of up to 44,000 m3/h and a maximum vacuum of 55,000 Pa. Earth, debris, mud and water

are taken in through the suction hose, which can be moved

three-dimensionally via a jointed hose carrier. The air current removes all material through the suction crown.

 

Solid materials up to 250 mm in diameter can be sucked up.

The main elements are deposited in the collection chamber

due to the air movement and rotation.
Separation chambers provide further purifying and drying of

the air stream.

 

The superfine filter unit separates the finest dusts from the air

flow, before the purified air is discharged via a sound

absorbing unit.

 

The collection chamber, the separation chambers and the fine-

mesh filter unit are emptied whenever a tilting operation is performed. All functions of the superstructure are controlled

via a radio operated remote control box.

 

 

 

    SPECIAL FEATURES

 

  • Optional equipment

  • Tilting axis height 2.00 m

  • PLC controls all functions of the superstructure

  • Special used air sound absorber

STATE OF THE ART: HEITMANN SUCTION EXCAVATORS

 

 

   TECHNICAL DATA

 

 

  • Approximate length: 10.00 m

 

  • Width: 2.50 m

 

  • Approximate height: 3.80 m

 

  • Max. suction depth: 40 m*

 

  • Max. suction length: 100 m*

 

  • Fan: 28,000 - 44,000 m3/h

 

  • Compressor: 3.0 - 4.5 m3/min, 7.5 bar

 

  • Container volume: 7 - 10 m3

   

 

     *depending on suctioned material