ICON Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1230 & 1632 Pull-Type Grader/Box Scrapers
A. These machines fill a niche market that allows users to grade roads, repair waterways and terraces, scrape feed lots, plow snow etc.
A. 10 to 15 HP per foot of blade is recommended.
A. The RS designates Rear Steer for more precise control of operations.
A. 200 HP + is recommended for efficient operation in most conditions.
A. No. Dolly wheels on the front of the machine carry the AG11 and help to control the depth of operation while taking the tongue weight out of the equation.
A. The heaped capacity is 11.2 yards while the struck capacity is listed as 9.1 yards.
A. The 1205 Carry-All is a 5.5 yard earth moving machine designed for use with 150+ HP tractors.
A. Cutting width is 12 feet
6510 Construction Disc
A. The 6510 Construction Disc is a collateral tool used in site preparation work to help loosen tightly packed soils so it can be more easily moved and leveled. The 6510 Construction Disc can also be used to initiate the leveling process for dumped materials. The heavy-duty components used in the 6510 will allow for many uses.
A. Working width of the 6510 is 10’ 9”.
A. Blades are notched cutouts that are 32” diameter by 10 mm thick or 36″ diameter by 12 mm thick.
400/800 Series Scrapers
A. Both the 400 and 800 Series Scrapers fit into the medium to heavy-duty range of scrapers. With capacities from 14 to 21 yards, these machines take the ICON scrapers to the next level.
A. Power requirements range from 300 HP + to 400 HP + for these models.
A. The 400 Series weighs in at 20,500 lbs. to 23,900 lbs. The 800 Series weighs in at 28,000 lbs. to 28,900 lbs.
A. Yes. Tandem packages are available to increase efficiency and productivity.
A. These machines are used in the site preparation mode of the construction industry. The heavy-duty drums on these machines with the elliptical tooth design allows for increased speed of operation and a higher percentage of pack.
A. There are 4 models ranging from 48” wide x 48” diameter to 93” wide x 60” diameter.
A. Yes. The rear tow hitch is standard equipment.
A. Yes. All drums are fabricated out of ½” wall material and have fill bungs for either water or sand ballast.