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CATERPILLAR - PNEUMATIC ROLLERS



CATERPILLAR PS360C




TECHNICAL DATA AND PHOTOS

Model: PS360C
Manufacturer: CATERPILLAR
Type: pneumatic tire compactor (roller)


ENGINE:

Model: Cat 3054C ATAAC
Type: four-stroke cycle, turbocharged diesel engine.
Gross power: 98 kW (130 hp) at 2200 rpm
Net power ISO 9249: 93 kW (125 hp) at 2200 rpm
Net power SAE J1349: 92 kW (124 hp) at 2200 rpm
Net power EEC80/1269: 93 kW (124 hp) at 2200 rpm
Number of cylinders: 4
Displacement: 4.4 liters (268 cu in)
Bore: 105 mm (4.13")
Stroke: 127 mm (5")
No derating required up to 2134 m (7,000 ft).
Engine emissions: U.S. EPA Tier 2


SERVICE REFILL CAPACITIES:

Fuel tank: 200 liters (52 US gallons)
Hydraulic tank: 90 liters (23.7 US gallons)
Cooling system: 28 liters (7.2 US gallons)
Differential: 7,5 liters (2 US gallons)
Tire watering system: 394 liters (104 US gallons)
Emulsion tank: 19 liters (5 US gallons)


ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:

24-volt electrical system includes two maintenance-free Cat batteries, color-coded and numbered wiring wrapped in nylon braid. A 55-amp alternator powers the electrical system.


DIMENSIONS:

Compaction width: 2.28 m (7' 6")
Frame width: 2.15 m (7' 1")
Wheel base: 3.65 m (12')
Operating length: 4.87 m (16')
Height at steering wheel: 2.53 m (8' 4")
Height at ROPS: 3.20 m (10' 6")
Turning radius (outside): 6.7 m (22')
Turning radius (inside): 3.47 m (11' 5")
Tire overlap: 58 mm (2.25")
Ground clearance: 252 mm (10")


WHEELS AND TIRES:

Number of front wheels: 3
Number of wheels - rear: 4

Size: 14/70 x 20, 20-ply tire and rim


SPEED - forward and reverse:

1st: 0 - 8 km/h (0 - 5 mph)
2nd: 0 - 18 km/h (0 - 11. mph)


OPERATINTG WEIGHTS:

Shipping weight: 8 500 kg (18,740 lb)

Total weight:
With maximum water ballast: 13 500 kg (29,760 lb)
With maximum steel ballast: 15 995 kg (35,265 lb)
With maximum wet sand ballast: 18 500 kg (40,785 lb)
With water ballast and steel ballast: 20 000 kg (44,090 lb)
With wet sand ballast and steel ballast: 25 000 kg (55,115 lb)


BALLAST:

Combined ballast consists of four internal ballast blocks weighing 4064 kg (8,960 lb).
Two steel blocks weighing 446 kg (982 lb) that are bolted to the front bumper, and two sets of of 51 mm (2") thick steel ballast plates weighing 3084 kg (6,600 lb).
This option combined with wet sand ballast provides an operating weight of 25 022 kg (55,115 lb).


CAT PS360C pneumatic tire compactor
CAT PS360C pneumatic tire compactor.
Date of the photo: 25 August 2010
Size of the photo: 1707 × 1356 pixels, 1.65 MB
Author of the photo: Michael Quinn
License: (CC BY 2.0)
Changes made: The image was extracted from the original photo.
The original photo is under the photo.


The CAT PS360C and some two CAT PS150C at work
The CAT PS360C and some two CAT PS150C at work.
Project: Perform Preservation Treatment on approximately 130 Miles of Roads.
South Entrance Road chip sealing work, Grand Canyon National Park South Rim, USA.
Date of the photo: 25 August 2010
Size of the photo: 3000 × 2000 pixels, 1.19 MB
Author of the photo: Michael Quinn
Source: Grand Canyon National Park
License: (CC BY 2.0)


The CAT PS360C and a CAT PS360C pneumatic tire compactors
The CAT PS360C and a CAT PS150C pneumatic tire compactors.
Date of the photo: 25 August 2010
Size of the photo: 1285 × 958 pixels, 816 kB
Author of the photo: Michael Quinn
License: (CC BY 2.0)
Changes made: The image was extracted from the original photo.
The original photo is under the photo.


Road reconstruction
Road reconstruction.
Project: Perform Preservation Treatment on approximately 130 Miles of Roads.
South Entrance Road chip sealing work, Grand Canyon National Park South Rim, USA.
Project overview: This project involves crack sealing, chip sealing, and restriping most of the paved roads on the North and South Rims of Grand Canyon National Park. Paved road surfaces should receive a pavement treatment on an approximately seven-year cycle to sustain the integrity of the road surface and increase the roadway’s life span. This sealcoat will assure at least seven or more years of service without having to reconstruct the sub base and resurface the asphalt.
Date of the photo: 25 August 2010
Size of the photo: 3000 × 2200 pixels, 1.07 MB
Author of the photo: Michael Quinn
Source: Grand Canyon National Park
License: (CC BY 2.0)





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