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MP M16
ENGINE 160 HP - 218 HP PULLBACK/ PULLDOWN 44,961 / 21,356* lbf MAX TORQUE 11,063 - 16,963* - 23,601* - 9,588* lbsft STROKE 13,4 - 23,3 ft CLAMP SET RANGE 9.44 - 14 - 17.3* - 22.8* in WEIGHT 36,400 - 41,800 lbs

TECHNICAL DATA

DIESEL ENGINE: VOLVO TAD582VE Stage 3A Tier III @ 2200 rpm VOLVO TAD582VE Stage V Tier V @ 2300 rpm
UREA TANK CAPACITY: 11.8 gal
RATED POWER: 160 HP 218 HP
FUEL TANK CAPACITY: 47 gal
HYDRAULIC OIL TANK CAPACITY 132 gal
EXPANDABLE CRAWLERS:
WHEEL BASE 8.9 ft
LENGTH 10.9 ft
WIDTH 7.5 ft
SHOES 19.7 ft
SPEED 0.93 ~ 1.5 mph
HYDRAULIC WINCH:
MAX PULL BACK 4,496 lbf
CABLE LENGTH 150 ft
CABLE SPEED 196 ft/min
MAST:
MODULAR TYPE MB400 MB7000*
MAST LENGTH WITHOUT WINCH 20 ft 29.8 ft
MAST LENGTH WITH WINCH 23.2 ft 33.1 ft
ROTARY STROKE 13.4 ft 23.3 ft
PULLBACK/PULLDOWN FORCE 22,480 - 26,977* lbf
PULLBACK/PULLDOWN SPEED 170 ft/min
LONGITUDINAL TRASLATION 49.2 in
CLAMPS SET: MM240 MM355 MM440* MM580*
NOMINAL DIAMETER 9.44 in 14 in 17.3 in 22.8 in
OPERATION RANGE 1.5-9 in 1.9-13.3 in 4.5-16.5 in 3.5-21.9 in
CLAMPING FORCE 51,700 lbf 51,700 lbf 51,700 lbf 28,100 lbf
BREAKING TORQUE 28,764 lbsft 35,400 lbsft 68,961 lbsft 49,416 lbsft
ROTARY: MR15/2 MR23/3* MR32/4 MR40/12*
MAX NOMINAL TORQUE 11,063 lbsft 16,963 lbsft 23,601 lbsft 9,588 lbsft
MAX RPM 186 rpm 93 rpm 93 rpm 600 rpm
STUB SHAFT THREAD 4”1/2 APR 4”1/2 APR 4”1/2 APR 3”1/2 APR
TRANSPORT DIMENSIONS:
MAST TYPE MB4000 MB7000
LENGTH WITHOUT MASTHEAD 20 ft 31.8 ft
LENGTH WITH MASTHEAD 23.2 ft 32.4 ft
WIDTH 7.5 ft
HEIGHT 10.49 ft
WEIGHT** 36,400 lbs 41,800 lbs

WORKING CHARACTERISTICS

*on request
** depending on the configuration
Thanks to the adoption of numerous innovative technical solutions, and the in-depth study of MAIT technicians, the new MPM16 boasts productivity and ease of use, without ever compromising its safety and robustness, which has always been MAIT’s prerogative. The choices adopted by the technicians, already in the design phase, envisage solutions to facilitate their use on site, increasing daily productivity, and working towards simplification of maintenance, both ordinary and extraordinary, in order to minimize downtime and inactivity.
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