Quadsaw LRS 2002
- Perfect cutting quality, both thick and thin branches
- Forward speed = very high capacity
- Power Drive transmission, high efficiency, low power requirements
- Saw blades with carbide tipped teeth = long life and minimal maintenance (grinding)
Hydraulic circular saw for tractors, excavators and large loaders
The Quadsaw LRS 2002 is a new model based on 15 years of experience. The quadsaw leaves a perfect and clean cut and has a huge capacity. The quadsaw is mainly used in the agricultural and municipal sectors.
Quadsaw LRS 2002 can be attached to reach arms for tractors or Multi Carrier HXF LRS 2002 for front end loaders, telescopic loaders, etc.
The Quadsaw series fit the following GreenTec and Spearhead machines:
|LRS 1402||LRS 1602||LRS 2002||LRS 2402|
|TECHNICAL DATA||LRS 2002|
|Working width||2.0 m|
|Sawblades with hard metal teeth||4 pcs. Ø 49,5 cm|
|Required hydraulic connections||1x Single Acting, 1x return, 1x drain|
|Clean cut diameter up to||0,5 - 16 cm|
|Required oil flow||85 l/min, max 150 bar|
|Alternativ oil flow||50 l/min, max 180 bar|
|Working speed up to||5 km/t|
|Blade diameter 49,5 cm|
|Oil engine 85 l/min max 150 bar or 50 l/min, max 180 bar|
|Carbide tipped blades|
|Power Band belt drive|
|Belt tension gauge|
|Large smooth surface|
|4 blades on line|
|7 ° angle allows overlap between the blades|
|The cutout on the 49,5 cm blade provides less noise|
|Skid shoe - the saw avoids hitting the ground|
|Mechanical quick release|
|Hydraulic quick release|
|Oil flow divider|
|90° hydraulic slew|
|Rotor with blades|
= Standard equipment, = Optional equipment
Cavitation and anti-cavitation:
This product comes with an anti-cavitation valve which is used to minimize the risk of cavitation damage in connection with insufficient inlet pressure.
What is cavitation damage?
Cavitation occurs when the pressure drops below the vapor pressure, which will bring the fluid to boil as the boiling point is reduced. Liquid is converted to gas and then the temperature drops and the gas is converted back into compressed liquid again. If the pressure cannot be adjusted continuously, the above process wherein the liquid is converted to gas and back again will be repeated. In the process where gas is converted back into compressed fluid, small implosions that form heat and noise strong enough to erode metal will occur.