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Motor Grader

Provided Motor Grader also called as Road Grader is a versatile product line, which principally includes motor grader as well as piling rigs. Incorporated with powerful engines as well as other reliable components, this structure is applicable for various working environments, such as civil engineering and road construction. Provided structure is employed to receive as well as transfer the static load from the ground. The dynamic loads during the operation of this machines are the results of asymmetries in the moving components. Concrete and reinforced concretes are the materials chosen for these optimum quality Motor Grader.

Key Points :
  • Crucial elements of architectural structures, which make connection to the ground and transfer the loads.
  • Special varieties, offered with wide range of loads, speeds and operating conditions.
  • Have been designed by considering the shocks and vibrations.
  • Offered with reduced vibration and safety parts & components.
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200 HP Motor Grader

Remarkable toughness, phenomenal administrator solace and simplicity of administration help to expand your arrival on speculation. Beneficial and dependable, these machines convey smooth, effective power for an assortment of employments. What's more, 200 HP Motor Graders are supported by the world-class Feline merchant system to keep you running.

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160 HP Motor Grader

160 HP Motor Grader conveys the most recent outflows diminishment innovation to the most strong, gainful and agreeable engine graders available. From building streets to looking after them, our graders are intended to enable you to accomplish more work in less time.

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120 HP Motor Grader

A transitory short steel packaging, known as guide packaging, to be introduced for managing in exhausting of heap with our 120 HP Motor Grader. Heaps are typically penetrated utilizing pressure driven turning rig with extraordinary instruments (wood screws and cans) to drill in various soil conditions.


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