Multi Machine’s off-road hydroseeders Panther T8 and T12, designed to restore destroyed vegetation, are a token of its commitment to the environmental cause.
For Prinoth, the protection of the environment is a fundamental stake to consider in the company's activities. It also seems that this preoccupation for environmental consciousness is shared by one of its distributors, Multi Machine, located in New Jersey. Its off-road hydroseeders Panther T8 and T12, designed to restore destroyed vegetation, are a token of its commitment to the environmental cause.
The technology of hydroseeding renews the vegetation that has been ruined by frequent vehicle passage during excavation activities, by spraying seeds on the ground. It allows to create vegetation areas and accelerate the growth of grass.
Since some of the devastated areas are located in off-road areas, Multi Machine decided to combine the hydroseeding technology to Prinoth's tracked vehicles. The Panther vehicles can now restore the swamps and forests that are usually out of reach with a Finn or Apex hydroseeder and can operate efficiently in any terrain. This customization was the kick-off to many rentals to contractors who work in vegetation-related projects.
The Panther crawler carrier series is comprised of the T6, T8, T12, T14R, T16 and T22 models, and can access difficult work sites without damaging the terrain due to their low ground pressure design, according to the manufacturer. While treading softly, they also carry the biggest payloads in the industry — from 12,000 lb. (5,443 kg) up to 46,000 lb. (20,865 kg) worth of equipment, materials and supplies. Their superior stability and floatability are valuable assets when operating in challenging work environments such as mining, construction, oil and gas and electric utility, according to the manufacturer.
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