Operating the track drive is just as simple as the wheel based Prof6. The only difference is that on the Cross Country, two handles on the handlebar allow for individual control of each track separate caterpillar. Making the track rotate in opposite directions will turn the machine around its axis. This high manoeuvrability offers the opportunity to get into hard-to-reach places and simultaneously yields enormous time savings.
Under the “FAST PITSTOP” motto, the machine is designed to be dismantled in record time to access the critical maintenance points. This typically does not require any tools. You can perform a quick check-up or routine maintenance at the end of each working day. It also facilitates somewhat more involved maintenance. This keeps the machine in top working order so it can deliver optimal performance every day.
The blades that are fitted to the Prof 6 are not ordinary steel blades. The Prof 6 is designed to operate at least 8 hours a day. The blades have been specially designed so that their blade life matches the workload and duty cycles.
The Prof 6 blow chute is a fine example of engineering. Its shape prevents turbulence and the design of the curve was based on the optimal trajectory of the fl ying chips. As a result the machine
has phenomenal propelling capacity. The choice for synthetics as the material for the blow chute was a very deliberate one: it is seamless, corrosion resistant, perfectly smooth and sound absorbing. Its low air resistance makes the chute less inclined to clog. The blow chute has a discharge height of 1,8 m / 6 ft and a rotation span of 280°.
Natural trimming chips are not discharged on the basis of the removal force of the blade system, but are carried away by the powerful airflow generated by the 325 mm blade turbine.