The technology of the PistenBully 4.0 ton winch has inherent advantages
Four tons of pulling force (4.4 ton US), 1,050 meters of rope, and an extremely robust gearbox. The PistenBully winch maintains a constant pulling force that does not vary between first wrap and last. The “action” radius between the two multi groove capstan pulleys is constant regardless of how much rope is on the drum. The entire winch assembly is mounted on a turret that rotates 360°. This eliminates the need to monitor or compensate for rope twist on turnarounds. The operator never has to worry about sequencing his turnarounds to the left and right.
The active boom winch control that comes standard also ensures the optimum steering capability of the machine in difficult snow conditions. Selected steering parameters can be modified to accommodate the snow and slope conditions. The low-wear winch system and the high durability of the gear wheels and shaft bearings ensure long and safe usage with a low maintenance requirement.
High safety guaranteed
|Type||Cummins QSL 9 Tier4f|
|Displacement||8.9 l / 8,900 cc|
|Power output (ECE)||298 kW (405 hp)|
|max. torque||1,627 Nm at 1,500 rpm|
|Fuel consumption||from 19.0 l/h (5.02 gal/h)|
|Fuel tank capacity||260 l (69 gal)|
|Exhaust emission standard||EPA Tier4f / EU Stage IV|
Power and high torque coupled with excellent fuel economy
The powerful, 6-cylinder in-line diesel engine with common rail fuel injection offers low fuel consumption along with low noise and exhaust emissions. It complies with the Tier 4 final standard thanks to an exhaust gas after-treatment system.
The 400-hp Cummins engine brings pure power to the slopes with a maximum torque of 1,627 Nm at 1,500 rpm. Thanks to the VTG turbocharger, the engine also achieves high torque at low revs and responds much better. The patented Fleetguard filter with nanotechnology ensures optimised fuel filtering. Direct-flow air filters reduce the filter change intervals.