Suspended tandem axle with parabolic springs, 10.5 t axle load, 17″
Standard on FARO 3510 / 4010.
Nine large parabolic springs provide the necessary suspension to reduce compression on the ground. The compensating linkage distributes the pressure exerted on the ground evenly between the two axles. The springs are 1100 mm apart. When driving over rough ground, the forces are split evenly to both axles instead of being accommodated by shock absorbers.
Tandem axles with parabolic leaf spring suspension, 13 t axle load, 17″
Standard on FARO 4510 / 5010.
22,5″ Standard on FARO 4010 COMBILINE.
Parabolic springs with large spring–to–axle spacing and compensator to cancel out swaying.
Tandem axles with parabolic spring suspension and longitudinal linkage, 16 t axle load, 22,5″
Compensator arm to cancel swaying. Strong trailing linkages apply the braking and steering force. This ensures smooth running in the field and on the road as well as perfect suspension while unloading in the clamp.
Trailed steered axle with parabolic springs optional
No damage to sward, even with really heavy loads. The ISOBUS terminal automatically locks the trailed steering axle at high driving speeds and when reversing.
Tandem axles with hydro-pneumatic suspension and trailed steering axle / 16 t axle load, 22,5″
The large axle compensation of up to 220 mm is designed to handle challenging field entrances and poor track conditions.
The four wheel air brake system with automatic load-dependent braking system (ALB) ensures safe and smooth braking at high speed.
Hydraulic brakes can be supplied dependent on local legislation.