NEW GSE -MAK ELECTRIC BAGGAGE CARGO TRACTORS- NEW EQUIPMENT
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The tugs "Baggage Cargo Tractors" at an airport serve multiple purposes and represent an essential part of ground support equipment. They can be used to tow baggage carts, Ground Support Equipment, Trestles or any other equipment.

 

OVERVIEW


  • Highly reliable traction motor directly coupled to heavy-duty transaxle
  • Long lasting traction battery
  • AC Controller supported drive mechanism
  • Hydrostatic Power steering system
  • Single piece rigid chassis
  • Hydraulic servo assisted braking system
  • Standard conformance to AHM 910/968
  • Standard covered cabin
  • Relatively zero Maintenance
  • Low operating cost

 

MAIN DISPLAY


  • Battery Discharge Indication (BDI)
  • Vehicle Speed
  • Hour meter
  • Advanced system Warning states

 

  • Diagnostic LCD Display
  • Inching operation
  • Lights in compliance with road regulations


Tyres;

Industrial Standard Solid tyres
Front – 6.00 x 9
Rear – 7.00 x 12

PNEUMATIC TIRES (OPTIONAL)

Turning Radious: 3350mm wall to wall @ 40o

Wheeltrack: 1090mm

Wheelbase: 1560mm

Weight: 3500kg (With Battery)

  •  4 – Level rear Tow Hitch
  • Front Tow Hitch (Optional)
  • “Dead Man” pedal for additional safety
  • Weatherproof inbuilt charger(optional)
  • Operator Cabin door with A/C , Heater Demister (optional)
Equipment information
DRAWBAR PULL: 4000 LBS.
GRADIENTS UPTO: 15%
PRIME MOVER: 80V 22kW 3 Ph AC Traction Motor Schabmueller/Best/CFR Equivalent
BATTERY: Exide / Equivalent 80V 620Ah Traction Battery
FRONT AXLE: Steerable Rigid I-Beam
REAR AXLE: Emmequattro/EME Equivalent heavy duty transaxle
CONTROLLER: Curtis/Zapi 80V AC Traction Motor Controller
STEERING: Hydrostatic Power steering mechanism 2kW 80V DC Steering motor
BRAKING: Front Disc/Rear Drums Hydraulic Servo assisted braking system
F. SUSPENSION: Leaf Spring/Shock Absorber
R. SUSPENSION: Leaf Spring
VICTORY GSE
The leader in ground support equipment since 1952 now carring Air + MAK Ground Support Equipment Products --Jamey Ekerling

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