- Improved Safety and Stability:
The risk of the machine tipping is lowered due to enhanced stability. The operator is able to dump safely in height-restricted areas and on uneven/sloped or softened grounds.
- Enhanced Control:
The operator is better able to control the dump speed and the spread of material by adjusting both the ejection speed and driving speed. The material can therefore be spread more evenly and over a larger distance.
- Dumping in Height-Restricted Areas:
Dumping does not require additional height clearance, making it easier and safer to dump under bridges, power lines, or even underground. If the machine fits, it can dump.
- Minimized Material Retention:
Since the material is physically pushed out, retained material in the body after dumping is nearly eliminated. This leaves more room in the body for the next load.
- Enhanced Productivity:
Enhanced productivity is the result of the combined previous four benefits. With fewer height and ground obstacles, the material can be dumped where it needs to be without involving other machines. With enhanced control, the material can be spread in the first pass without the need to slow down between dump and return. Minimized material retention increases the size of each dump for faster cycle times.