Miller Bros. Adds Wirtgen W210i Milling Machine to Fleet

Mon August 20, 2012 - Midwest Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The W210i in Swanton, Ohio, removes 10 in. (25.4 cm) of asphalt utilizing the new automated leveling system from Wirtgen’s Level Pro System.
The W210i in Swanton, Ohio, removes 10 in. (25.4 cm) of asphalt utilizing the new automated leveling system from Wirtgen’s Level Pro System.

Miller Bros. Const. Inc., located in Archbold, Ohio, recently purchased the latest in technology in milling machines from The McLean Company and Wirtgen America, the Wirtgen W210i Tier IV interim milling machine.

The Level Pro system consists of combinable sensors, a controller unit and an ergonomically designed control panel for the machine operator.

Level Pro was specially programmed for cold milling machines and is designed to precisely fit their operating conditions. It features graphic symbols and familiar key functions that allow intuitive operation. The operators platform area has a new operators control area, which gives the operator more room. Maneuvering the machine around tight areas is easy utilizing Wirtgen’s intelligent ISC track drive control for maximum traction, according to the manufacturer.

Traction control governed by the ISC system minimizes the slip of individual track units in difficult milling situations and ensures traction. In addition, ISC automatically aligns the cornering speeds of the inner and outer crawler tracks electronically, thus reducing track pad wear.

ISC also keeps the machine’s advance rate within the optimal engine load range.

Miller Bros. Const. Inc. has been a longtime customer of The McLean Company and Wirtgen America.

For more information on Wirtgen, visit www.wirtgen.de.

For more information on Miller Bros. Const. Inc., visit www.mbcholdings.com.

For more information on the McLean Company, visit www.themcleancompany.com.




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