ExC 4000 Emulsion Ready

Description

Emulsion Ready Chasis

GETMAN EXPLOSIVES CHARGERS are versatile vehicles designed to work in development drifting, production charging, up-hole charging applications, and
more. They can be configured for both ANFO charging and emulsion charging.

The Getman A64 ExC 4000 Emulsion Ready Explosives Charger is designed to perform explosives charging functions with a single operator. Configured face coverages reduce cycle times by ensuring each section can be charged without repositioning the machine. Optional onboard air compressor allows for fully contained operation, or a mine air package allows all charging operations to be performed using mine air for reduced emissions.

A64 explosives chargers protect miner safety through purpose-built design, including counterbalance valves on the lifting arm to prevent uncontrolled descent, fall arrest tie-off points in the man basket, optional FOPS canopy, engine stop and fire suppression actuation controls in the man basket, and hydraulic stabilizers with internal pilot check valves to ensure stability.

 

The ExC 4000 Emulsion Ready vehicle is offered in 3 frame options:

1350 – S Frame

Gross Emulsion Deck Capacity (Kessler 41 / 10.00X20) 2563 kg 5650 lbs
Gross Emulsion Deck Capacity (Kessler 72 / 12.00X20) 5670 kg 12500 lbs
Emulsion Deck Available Width 2283 mm 90 in
Emulsion Deck Available Depth 1350 mm 53 in

1960 – M Frame

Gross Emulsion Deck Capacity (Kessler 41 / 10.00X20) 2812 kg 6200 lbs
Gross Emulsion Deck Capacity (Kessler 72 / 12.00X20) 5987 kg 13200 lbs
Emulsion Deck Available Width 2283 mm 90 in
Emulsion Deck Available Depth 1960 mm 77 in

2270 – L Frame

Gross Emulsion Deck Capacity (Kessler 41 / 10.00X20) 2722 kg 6000 lbs
Gross Emulsion Deck Capacity (Kessler 72 / 12.00X20) 5897 kg 13000 lbs
Emulsion Deck Available Width 2283 mm 90 in
Emulsion Deck Available Depth 2270 mm 89 in

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