- Brand Name:XCMG
- Place of Origin:China
- Product Name:G5BF280DF68CE6
- Display online time:2019-11-07
- After-sales Service Provided:Engineers available to service machinery overseas
- Warranty:3 Months
- Moving Type:other
- Max. speed:100km/h
- Min. turning diameter:16000mm
- Wading depth:600mm
- Drive form:4×4
- Outline size:10455×2550×3930mm
- Max. grade ability:60%
- Min. ground clearance:355mm
- Approach and Departure angle:30/30°
- Curb weight:24000kg
XJY240Z multi-functional rescue vehicle is a high mobility, multi-functional emergency rescue equipment which has the functions of lifting, saving, grabbing, dragging, pushing, cutting, expansion, etc. It can be used as an antecedent breaking vehicle to undertake the tasks of dredging cave-ins and removing obstacles, as well as a rescue vehicle to undertake the tasks such as high-low altitude, long-distance forcible entry and rescue etc. It is widely used in the emergency rescue of earthquake, landslide, flood, mudslide and other natural disasters.
Multi-functional lifting arm
Equipped with fast change device, it can be quickly connected with a variety of modular machines and tools, with good versatility.
Equipped with electrical, hydraulic and gas quick connection connectors, convenient for quick connection with handheld operating tools.
Fast Wheel Exchange
High speed driving with wheel to reach the working site quickly.
Driving with triangular crawler near working site， as low ground pressure, has strong operation ability on bad ground.
With common quick-change interface of tire and triangle caterpillar is convenient for quick switching and improved rescue efficiency .
Modular operation equipment
The modular interface design of the operation equipment can meet the needs of saving, grabbing, lifting, dragging, cutting and expanding various operation functions.
High mobility chassis
Strong off-road capability, stronger general performance, more efficient control.
Larger Angle of climbing, higher vertical over-obstacle height.
Max.lifting of main arm
Max.lifting of folding arm
Approach and Departure angle