The Wirtgen W 210i and W 200i cold mills offer the same cold-milling performance as their established W 210 and W 200 predecessors, but are compliant with U.S. Tier IVi emissions requirements.
Like their predecessors, new W 210i and W 200i feature a standard milling width of 79 in. (200 cm), but can be fitted with optional 59 in. (150 cm) or 87 in. (220 cm) cutting units. Three selectable engine speeds enable a broad range of applications, such as large-scale surface course rehabilitation, complete pavement removal at full depth, and fine milling, and have a milling depth of 0 to 13 in. (0 to 33 cm).
The W 200i is powered by a single engine generating 535 hp. Its operating weight is 59,922 lbs. (27,180 kg) with half-full water tank, half-full fuel tank, a 165-lb. driver and tools.
The W 210i has nearly all of the same features as the W 200i, except for added power in cutting applications, features a fuel-saving drive concept utilizing two diesel engines, generating a total 680 hp with both engines engaged. Its operating weight is 63,670 lb. (28,880 kg).
The W 200i and same-sized, but more powerful W 210i incorporate a number of new technologies for cold mills that are exclusive to Wirtgen Group.
Their parallel-to-surface (PTS) technology automatically keeps the cutter housing level as the W 200 and W 210 move into a cut, accelerating production, and their “smart” WIDRIVE technology offers new microprocessor-controlled enhancements to machine control systems, tying all main functions to a single source to manage fuel costs, tooth costs and other variables.