Cat Introduces RM600, RM800 Reclaimer-Stabilizers
Caterpillar has launched its two most powerful reclaimer-stabilizers for full-depth road reclamation and soil stabilization. The RM600 and RM800 can pulverize asphalt layers and mix them with underlying bases to stabilize roads. They can also add asphalt emulsions or other binding agents. The machines weigh 79,397 and 75,722 pounds respectively. They run on Cat C18 turbocharged engines, with the RM600 at 636 horsepower and the RM800 at 762 horsepower.

The machines feature an adjustable height design that can perform cross-slope cutting. They can also flush cut on the right side. They boast a 10.1-foot inside turning radius and four steering modes: front only, rear only, crab and coordinated. They can provide up to 8 degrees of slope on either side. The cab can slide hydraulically left and right and has floor-to-ceiling glass and an angle pane on the right side. It is equipped with a 10-inch touchscreen and is pressurized.

Controls are grouped by function for quick and easy access. The new models come with standard rear- and front-mounted cameras. Side-mount cameras are optional. A standard compressed air system can power pneumatic tools while locking out machine functions for changing the rotor bits. The rotor can be hydraulically powered to turn in either direction using a control pendant. Cat has extended service intervals to 500 hours for engine oil, 6,000 hours for hydraulic oil and 12,000 hours for coolant. Checkpoints have been centrally located on a secure platform.

Owners and dealers can also keep up with machine data, location and preventive maintenance with Cat’s Product Link telematics. Dealers can diagnose problems remotely with Remote Troubleshoot and update machine software with Remote Flash.

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