BRON’s 150 Crawler Available With Static or Vibratory Plows

Tue January 01, 2008 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


BRON crawlers are available with static or vibratory plows for the direct burial of underground utilities, including telephone, electrical, conduit, gas and water lines.

The BRON 150 crawler with a BRON offsetting vibratory plow is designed for the installation of fiber optics, copper cable, conduit and pipe at working depths up to 60 in. (152 cm). Vibratory plows are ideal for installations in all conditions or where tractive power is limited.

Vibratory plows can be used as a static plow when ground conditions permit.

Standard features include front and rear, main lift, attitude and blade height adjustment cylinders to maintain plowing integrity in the toughest conditions

The crawler features a Cat 210-hp (156 kW) engine with hydrostatic 2 speed automatic — variable speed track drive with a D4 undercarriage and comes with an 8,000-lb. (3,629 kg) standard lift capacity reel carrier.

BRON self propelled utility plows are available in models up to 450 hp (335 kW) with static or vibratory plow attachments.

BRON utility plows also are available as add-on plows to suit most popular crawlers and are sold and serviced through a worldwide dealer network.

For more information, 800/263-1060 or visit www.rwfbron.com.




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