КАМАЗ 4456D3, манипулятор  . Камаз 4456


КамАЗ 43118 + прицеп-роспуск 4456R1

Двигатель Камаз 740.622-280 Тип двигателя с воспламенением от сжатия Количество и расположение цилиндров 8, V-образное, угол развала 90° Рабочий объём цилиндров, см3 11,76 Степень сжатия 17,9 Максимальная мощность,кВт 206 (280) Максимальный крутящий момент,Н*м 1177 (120) Топливо Дизельное (ГОСТ 305-82) Параметры масс трубоплетевозного тягача Снаряженная масса, кг 10 040 Полная масса, кг 21 190 Распределение нагрузки тягача снаряженной массы На передний мост, кг 5 600 На заднюю тележку, кг 15 590 Габаритные размеры тягача длина 7 390 ширина 2 500 высота 3 030  база 3 690 + 1 320 колея передних, задних колес 2 050/2 050   Трансмиссия тип механическая Сцепление марка ZF&SACHS тип Фрикционное, сухое, однодисковое Коробка передач марка КАМАЗ 144 тип механическая, пятиступенчатая с трехходовым механизмом переключения Раздаточная коробка тип Механическая, двухступенчатая с блокировкой межосевого дифферинциала Основные характеристики прицепа-роспуска 4456R1 Масса перевозимого груза, кг 12 200 Масса снаряженного прицепа, кг 3 800 Полная масса прицепа, кг 16 000 Распределение полной массы прицепа-роспуска, кг: - на переднюю ось прицепа 8 000 - на заднюю ось прицепа 8 000 - на сцепное устройство отсутствует, т.к. сцепка тросовая Габаритные размеры длина 4 125 ширина 2 500 высота 2 160   Колея, мм 2 050 База тележки, мм 1 400   Погрузочная высота, мм 1 730 Дорожный просвет, мм 380 Подвеска Тип Зависимая балансирная, на полуэллиптических рессорах и реактивными шлангами Количество осей / колес, шт. 2 оси / 4 колеса Шины Размерность шин 1220/400/533 Модель КАМА 1260 Тормозная система Рабочая двухпроводная, привод пневматический на все колеса, тормоз-ные механизмы всех колес – барабанного типа Стояночная ручной механический привод приводом на рабочие тормоза задней оси Электрооборудование однопроводное, питание от тягача 24 В

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КАМАЗ 4456D3, манипулятор

На этой странице Вы можете купить кран-манипулятор КАМАЗ 4456D3, 2013 года выпуска, наработка м/ч 50158, за 3 300 000 РУБ

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3 300 000 РУБ

Торговая марка: КАМАЗ
Модель: 4456D3
Год выпуска: 2013 г.
Пробег: 50158 км
Моточасы: 4000 ч.
Цена: 3 300 000 РУБ
Описание: Город продажи Екатеринбург Год выпуска 2013 Цена 3 300 000 руб, торг, рассрочка. Пробег 50 158 км Двигатель 6.7 л, дизель, 298 л.с. Цвет синий Кузов манипулятор Подвеска рессора - рессора Моточасы 4 000 Описание Продается Манипулятор на базе КАМАЗ. Год выпуска 2013. Пробег 50 158 км. Двигатель 6,7 л, дизель, 298 л.с. Привод задний, КПП механика, расход топлива 24/18/22, подвеска: рессора-рессора, моточасы 4 000, Торг, рассрочка.
Местоположение: Россия / Свердловская область / Екатеринбург

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Прицеп-роспуск 4456R1 на шасси Камаз 43118

Параметры масс трубоплетевозного тягача

Снаряженная масса, кг

10 040

Полная масса, кг

21 190

Распределение нагрузки тягача снаряженной массы

На передний мост, кг

5 600

На заднюю тележку, кг

15 590

Габаритные размеры тягача

Длина

7 390

Ширина

2 500

Высота

3 030

База

3 690 + 1 320

Колея передних, задних колес

2 050/2 050

Трансмиссия

Тип

Механическая

Сцепление

Марка

ZF&SACHS

Тип

Фрикционное, сухое, однодисковое

Коробка передач

Марка

Камаз 144

Тип

Механическая, пятиступенчатая с трехходовым механизмом переключения

Раздаточная коробка

Тип

Механическая, двухступенчатая с блокировкой межосевого дифференциала

Основные характеристики прицепа-роспуска 4456R1

Масса перевозимого груза, кг

12 200

Масса снаряженного прицепа, кг

3 800

Полная масса прицепа, кг

16 000

Распределение полной массы прицепа-роспуска, кг

На переднюю ось прицепа

8 000

На заднюю ось прицепа

8 000

На сцепное устройство

Отсутствует, т.к. сцепка тросовая

Габаритные размеры

Длина

4 125

Ширина

2 500

Высота

2 160

Колея, мм

2 050

База тележки, мм

1 400

Погрузочная высота, мм

1 730

Дорожный просвет, мм

380

Подвеска

Тип

Зависимая балансирная, на полуэллиптических рессорах и реактивными шлангами

Количество осей / колес, шт.

2 оси / 4 колеса

Шины

Размерность шин

1220/400/533

Модель

КАМА 1260

Тормозная система

Рабочая

Двухпроводная, привод пневматический на все колеса, тормозные механизмы всех колес – барабанного типа

Стояночная

Ручной механический привод приводом на рабочие тормоза задней оси

Электрооборудование

Однопроводное, питание от тягача 24 В

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