The tractor-towed stabilizer WS 220 is used for soil stabilization. It is equipped with a mechanically driven milling and mixing rotor which mixes in the pre-spread binding agent uniformly across the full width.
Wirtgen Soil stabilizers
TRACTOR-TOWED SOIL STABILIZERS
Tractor-towed soil stabilizers WS 220
Model Working width Working depth Engine power of tractor Own weight * WS 220 7′ 1″ 0 - 20″ 150 kW / 201 HP 10,097 lbs 2,150 mm 0 - 500 mm 150 kW / 204 PS 4,580 kg
Tractor-towed soil stabilizers WS 250
The WS 250 is an all-new, tractor-towed, three-point hitch machine used for soil stabilization, and is equipped with a mechanically driven milling and mixing rotor which ensures a uniform mixing of the binding agent across the entire working width. This attachment comes in either 6-foot,7-inch, or 8-foot cutter widths, and cuts up to 20 inches deep in one pass. It can be equipped with Type III holders and floating side plates.
Model Working width Working depth Engine power of tractor Own weight * WS 250 8′ 2″ 0 - 20″ 180 kW / 241 HP 10,428 lbs 2,500 mm 0 - 500 mm 180 kW / 245 PS 4,730 kg
*) The tractor-towed stabilizer's own weight depends on the type of toolholders used.
SELF-PROPELLED SOIL STABILIZERS
Soil stabilizers WR 2000
The WR 2000 is a state-of-the-art, mid-sized stabilizer/reclaimer. This 400 hp-class, high-performance and versatile machine lets contractors cut up to 20 in. deep at a 79-in. cutting width. It stabilizes with both emulsion and foamed asphalt, and can be equipped with a high capacity water pump for dry soil conditions and cement or lime stabilization projects.
Model Working width Working depth Engine power Operating weight, CE * WR 2000 6′ 7″ 0 - 20″ 315 kW / 422 HP 50,486 lbs 2,000 mm 0 - 500 mm 315 kW / 428 PS 22,900 kg
Soil stabilizers WR 2000 XL
The WR 2000 XL is the ideal choice for construction sites where down-to-earth, economical work is what really matters. At a working width of 94 inches, which is very commonly used on an international scale, and a stabilizing depth of 20 inches, the WR 2000 XL homogeneously introduces lime, water and cement, or a mixture thereof, into non-load bearing soil.
Model Working width Working depth Engine power Operating weight, CE * WR 2000 XL 7′ 1″ 0 - 20″ 315 kW / 422 HP 54,564 lbs 2,400 mm 0 - 500 mm 315 kW / 428 PS 24,750 kg
Soil stabilizers WR 240i
The first in a new generation of Wirtgen cold recyclers and soil stabilizers scores especially with performance, user-friendliness and end-product quality – both in stabilizing heavy and swampy soil and in recycling large-scale roads
Model Working width Working depth Engine power Operating weight, CE * WR 240i 7′ 1″ 0 - 20″ 447 kW / 600 HP 64,816 lbs 2,400 mm 0 - 510 mm 447 kW / 608 PS 29,400 kg
Soil stabilizers WR 2500 S
The WR 2500 S “Super” Road Reclaimer and Soil Stabilizer from Wirtgen America, Inc. is a next-generation, foamed asphaltcapable successor to the proven Model WR 2500. The “S” in the WR 2500 S stands for “Super”, because the WR 2500 S is a beefed-up, higher performing version of the former WR 2500.
Model Working width Working depth Engine power Operating weight, CE * WR 2500 S 7′ 12″ 0 - 20″ 500 kW / 671 HP 70,548 lbs 2,438 mm 0 - 500 mm 500 kW / 680 PS 32,000 kg
Soil stabilizers WR 250
The powerhorse among the cold recycler and soil stabilizers, the WR 250 is specially designed to stabilize heavy, swampy soils and is ideal for recycling and pulverization jobs, where it turns roadways up to 25 cm thick into homogenous granulate. The milling drum design is tailored to the WR 250's high output, ensuring an outstanding mix quality at a high feed rate.
Model Working width Working depth Engine power Operating weight, CE * WR 250 7′ 1″ 0 - 22″ 571 kW / 766 HP 68,342 lbs 2,400 mm 0 - 560 mm 571 kW / 777 PS 31,000 kg
Soil stabilizers WR 2500 SK
The environmentally friendly WR 2500 SK recycler is based on the proven WR 2500 platform, and via an integrated hopper, stabilizes soils while eliminating fugitive dust generated by traditional methods of spreading of lime or cement. A cellular wheel spreads the lime or cement over the full working width immediately in front of the pulverizing and mixing rotor. In this shielded position, it is then mixed into the soil to be stabilized. Thus the amount of lime or cement added can be metered precisely and it effectively prevents the formation of huge clouds of dust, saving stabilizing agent and keeping it out of the atmosphere. The WR 2500 SK is particularly useful when stabilizing soil near residential areas. Even traffic passing by is protected against drifting clouds of lime or cement dust.
Model Working width Working depth Engine power Operating weight, CE * WR 2500 SK 7′ 12″ 0 - 20″ 500 kW / 671 HP 80,469 lbs 2,438 mm 0 - 500 mm 500 kW / 680 PS 36,500 kg
*) Weight of machine with half-full water tank, half-full fuel tank, driver (75 kg) and tools.