The cold milling machine BM 2000/60 is designed for selective milling of lane and ground linings. Due to its size and efficiency, it is particularly suitable for repair work or complete removal of motorways and major federal roads. With a standard width of 2,000 mm and a maximum milling depth of 320 mm, large areas can be removed quickly in one work stage.
Four fully steerable track chains, operable from ground level.
Centrally positioned milling unit with machine centre of gravity above the milling drum.
Features: Maximum milling performance for an average milling depth at average speed
Application: Removing asphalt strips, creating duct trenches, road repairs, and universal surfacing work
Maximum productivity, height adjustable, broad swivel range, as well as variable belt speed for better flexibility.
Perfect weight distribution. The second water tank at the rear can be used as ballast.
With BOMAG TELEMATIC, every machine is just a mouse click away. You can retrieve location and operating data at any time and manage your fleet more efficiently. Automatic reports provide full transparency on fuel consumption, idle times, and the potential for fleet optimisation. BOMAG TELEMATIC also includes real-time monitoring of pending maintenance and service history.
The BMS 15 holder system is slimmer than other systems. This leads to lower resistance, which reduces fuel consumption and improves the advance travel rate.
Transverse engine with mechanical direct drive and low wear angular gears.
Easy to clean, large sized cooler accessible through a wide opening door.
Operating and control features on both sides ensure fatigue-free work with a clear view of the milling edge and an overview of the site and loading truck.
Features: Optimum milling profile for a shallow milling depth at high speed
Application: Restoring uneven road surfaces and rutting
Features: Maximum milling performance for deep milling at low speed
Application: Removing surfaces at full depth, creating duct trenches, and applying surface texture
Asphalt milling is a method for removing specified layers of asphalt road pavements.
Our machines contain both power and performance. To deliver maximum productivity we invest heavily in perfecting our milling drums, holder systems and cutting tools.
This adds more cutting tools. Due to the high density of the cutting tools, fine milling creates a very fine surface texture and a low thickness up to 40 mm / 1.57 inch. Fine milling drums are used to increase the skid resistance of smooth road surfaces which have been “polished” by traffic. They can at the same time remove light ruts and uneven areas. In addition, these drums can be used to prepare sites for laying thin layers, to remove road markings and for fine milling of floor surfaces inside buildings.
The BMS 15 holder system is slimmer than other systems. The effect is a lower resistance which reduces fuel consumption and improves the advance travel rate.
Cutting power per tool increases and pulverised material fragments are larger. Because of the reduced crushing effect in the milled material, energy is saved which can lead to a faster travel speed or lower fuel consumption. At the same time, the cutter has lower wear because the faster advance rate means the impact time of the cutting tools is reduced and they generate less heat. POWER DRUMS not only offer milling performance which is up to 30% higher than standard milling drums, they also provide lower wear and reduced fuel consumption. The line spacing of the cutters on the POWER DRUM is relatively wide and the surface structure created by milling is rough and coarse. POWER DRUMS are used to plane hard materials and for complete removal of asphalt pavements.
They can be used for multiple applications on a variety of milling jobs. The standard milling drum can be used for complete removal of whole road surfaces as well as for planing individual layers. The applications for standard planers extend from the removal of small sections of road (patches) to major surfacing work and road repairs, including milling duct trenches. The milled surface is an ideal base for laying new asphalt layers.
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Longevity and low maintenance are two essential design principles at BOMAG implemented in the smallest details, reducing service costs and non-productive time to a minimum. With BOMAG, all components for servicing are well positioned and freely accessible. This applies to tanks, service points in the engine compartment and work on the milling drum.
When you see BOMAG on a machine, you can expect real quality. This applies both to our original parts and our service. Opting for a BOMAG means choosing top quality every time. Original parts and service are there to protect your investment. They ensure 100% machine power and availability – and ultimately the productivity and cost-effectiveness of your company. BOMAG offers a range of service products to keep you on the road.