The Combi Eur-Mark is built for the sometimes very difficult conditions in the Nordic countries. In the Nordic countries, where the temperature can fall down to around -25 ° C for long periods, but the pipelines still need to be maintained. This is where the Eur-Mark Kombi comes into its own with its effective frost protection. The sturdy subframe is essential, given the recurrent frost damage to the road network and the severe winter conditions.
Optimised weight distribution
The tanks on the Combi Eur-Mark are of the so-called tank-in-tank type. The slurry tank is inside the fresh water tank. This means optimum weight distribution regardless of which tank is filled. The construction is also very strong.
The Eur-Mark Kombi has very efficient frost-protection and all water-carrying pipes and components are located in a heated and insulated area. The tank-in-tank design also contributes to the frost-protection with the outer water tank being heated by the internal slurry tank and vice versa, depending on loading conditions. We have also managed to implement the frost-protection to simplify the work and, as a result, the maintenance of the technology is a lot easier because everything is kept clean and tidy.
The vacuum system uses 1,500 – 2,700 m³/h Roots compressors. The high pressure system uses a 340 – 500 litres/min. KDU pressure-transformer with a maximum water pressure of 200 bar. Both the vacuum- and water pump can be used optimally by the user preset values for the best usage economy. The hydraulic system is load sensing, which means that only the power currently required is taken out of the chassi’s engine.
The IQAN system monitors and controls the various processes, which makes the work significantly easier.