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Product Snapshot: Interim Tier 4 Excavator and Reflector-less Total Station

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Courtesy Bomag Americas
The BM500/15 Milling Machine has a cutting width of 23.6 inches, with a maximum cutting depth of 8.3 inches. The machine's rotor features a thick shell for low-vibration cutting that is more precise. The diagonal cutters protect the rotor when driving around corners by preventing abrasion to the bracket edge. It is powered by a 125-hp Deutz diesel engine. The machine is well suited for removal of asphalt strips, trench work, joint cutting or milling close to manhole covers and curbs. Bomag Americas; 800-782-6624; www.bomag.com
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