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High Quality Amphibious Undercarriage For Sale

River’s versatility amphibious undercarriage enables excavators to operate efficiently in marshy, swampy, and waterlogged terrains, enhancing versatility and performance.

Features of Versatility Amphibious Undercarriage

  • Pontoons Buoyant: Equipped with specially designed pontoons for stability and flotation on water surfaces.
  • Durable Construction: Built with robust materials that resist wear and corrosion for longevity in harsh environments.
  • Enhanced Mobility: Allows amphibious excavators to transition seamlessly between land and aquatic settings, improving access to difficult terrains.
  • Low Ground Pressure: The track shoes of amphibious excavators is more wider, which designed to exert minimal pressure on the ground, protecting sensitive ecosystems during operations.
  • Durable amphibious undercarriages: HG785D High-Grade Steel used for its exceptional strength-to-weight ratio, high-grade steel ensures the pontoon undercarriage’s structural integrity and durability.
  • Protective Coatings and Paints: We apply superior epoxy zinc-rich paint to our amphibious undercarriages, boosting their strength and lifespan against extreme conditions through corrosion and abrasion-resistant coatings, protecting it from harsh elements and extending its service life.
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Versatility Amphibious Undercarriage For All Terrain Excavation

Amphibious undercarriage, also known as pontoon undercarriage, is an innovative engineering solution designed for enhancing the operational capabilities of excavators in diverse environments, particularly in waterlogged, swampy, or marshy terrains. By equipping standard excavators with this specialized undercarriage, they are transformed into highly efficient, all-terrain machines capable of navigating both land and water with ease. This adaptation significantly broadens the scope of projects an excavator can undertake, from dredging and land reclamation to environmental restoration. Characterized by its buoyant pontoons and rugged design, the amphibious undercarriage ensures stability, durability, and versatility, making it a valuable asset for construction, mining, and environmental conservation endeavors in challenging landscapes.

Specifications of Versatility Amphibious Undercarriage

Description UNIT CODE RS80-A2 RS150-A2 RS215-A2 RS250-A2 RS300-A5 RS350-A5 RS400-A6
Length of pontoon mm A 5960 7000 8140 8500 9100 9500 10000
Width of pontoon mm B 1000 1250 1500 1600 1600 1600 1700
Height of pontoon mm C 1300 1600 1800 1900 1900 1900 2000
Overall width mm D 3000 3650 4490 4800 5000 5000 5200
Minimum ground clearance mm E 865 1064 1209 1303 1300 1300 1450
Grounding length of pontoon mm F 3350 3389 4324 3695 4980 4980 6100
Total weight of pontoon T 6.4 11 15.2 17.9 20.6 21.8 27

How Amphibious Undercarriage Excavators Work in Shallow Water?

Applications of Versatility Amphibious Undercarriage

  1. Wetland Restoration and Management: They are instrumental in restoration projects, allowing for the removal of invasive species and the planting of native vegetation without harming the delicate ecosystem.
  2. Flood Control and Management: Amphibious undercarriages are crucial in building and maintaining levees, dikes, and other flood control structures, especially in areas that are partially submerged.
  3. Environmental Cleanup: They play a vital role in cleaning oil spills and managing waste in waterlogged areas, ensuring minimal environmental impact.
  4. Infrastructure Construction: These undercarriages are utilized in constructing bridges, docks, and other structures in shallow waters or swampy areas, where traditional machinery cannot operate.
  5. Mining and Resource Extraction: In peat and marshland mining operations, amphibious undercarriages enable the extraction of resources with minimal disruption to the surrounding environment.
  6. Search and Rescue Operations: Their ability to navigate through waterlogged and marshy terrains makes them indispensable for search and rescue operations in disaster-stricken areas.
  7. Dredging Activities: Used for dredging operations in rivers, lakes, and shallow coastal areas, helping to maintain waterways and prevent flooding.