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Knukeys CTM 3000 – Removes wheel marks

Knukeys CTM 3000 – Removes wheel marks

At first glance, the latest product from Australian company Knukeys, with its multi-disc rollers, compactors and piping rods, looks more like a cultivator or seed drill, but it actually has a very different function.

In fact, it is a well-designed repairman that fills the grooves that run across an area in four steps. The machine has a variable width, and has been designed so that operators can simply screw part of the machine up or down, so they can change the width of the machine from 2m to up to 4.5m. The number of discs on both sides can also be changed.

Depending on the size of the wings or the number of discs on the machine, its weight can reach 3.5-4 tons – photo:

the Nookie Your wheel retreader is not a light machine, depending on the size of the wings or the number of discs on the machine, it weighs up to 3.5-4 tons. Therefore, a tractor with approximately 200 horsepower or more is required to operate the wheel track retreader. Another feature of the tire retreader, which the Knuckeys say is missing from other machines, are rim support wheels that follow the top of the tread to create an even surface.

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