Enhanced Rotation Cutting Tools Offer Higher Durability, Lower Costs

Mon August 31, 2009 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Rhino’s new models include the W6R, W6HR, W7EHR, W6/22R, W6HPR, W7ER and W6SG/22R.
Rhino’s new models include the W6R, W6HR, W7EHR, W6/22R, W6HPR, W7ER and W6SG/22R.

Rhino enhanced-rotation cutting tools for Wirtgen cold milling machines and soil stabilizers offer higher durability at reduced costs than existing units.

The new redesigned Rhino Spring Clip and Rhino Ring improve rotation, reduce cutter bit wear and make installation easier — all resulting in more savings, according to the manufacturer.

The Rhino Spring Clip has a rounder shape, bi-directional retaining tabs, reduced gap size and is made from thicker material. The Rhino Ring has a larger outside diameter, smaller inside diameter and larger cone size.

Their advantages include better tool guidance in the tool holder, due to a guide cone with improved precision, and a high-grade Geomet coating to facilitate insertion and removal of the cutting tools. It’s also been possible to increase the clamping force in the clamping sleeves of the new series of R-cutting tools. New models include the W6R, W6HR, W7EHR, W6/22R, W6HPR, W7ER and W6SG/22R.




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