The RPL/EX, compatible with excavators from 8 to 14 tons, is able to mill up to 5.3 in. deep with a working width of 18 in.
On Sept. 28, FAE expanded its construction line with the RPL/EX road planer for excavators.
FAE's new road planer for excavators is based on "cold planer" technology. With cold planer technology, the road's surface is scraped and cut by the impact of special teeth attached to the rotor. The RPL/EX has a specially designed layout to increase performance and reduce vibration. With these features, the RPL/EX is the perfect tool to prepare roads for resurfacing or to simplify excavation operations.
The RPL/EX is compatible with excavators from 8 to 14 tons, can mill up to 5.3 in. deep, and has a working width of 18 in. The head comes standard with modern technological and structural features. These include an adjustable hydraulic base that allows you to manage the machine's working depth with precision, a wide-stroke self-leveling system that allows you to keep the head properly aligned while in operation, and an adjustable right skid that allows the operator to keep the head aligned in overlaps. It also has specially designed teeth specifically for use on asphalt and concrete road surfaces.
With this new range, FAE further enhances its construction line, providing an alternative to professional customers looking for the technology and strength of an FAE product.
For more information, visit www.fae-group.com/en/products/construction/co-hydraulic-driven-heads/road-planers-for-excavators/rpl-ex
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