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The cost of OPP-200 production was calculated by taking the estimated daily cost to operate the machine divided by the average daily production.
BEACH / YARD CLEANING
UTILITY BACKFILL WORK
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The Ozzie’s OPP-200 padding machine is our smaller mainline pipeline padding machine. Featuring a 9 foot wide scoop, the OPP-200 can process up to 444 cubic yards (339 cubic meters) of material per hour. The OPP-200 padding machine is designed to backfill large diameter mainline pipelines ranging from 10 to 24 inches (254 to 610 mm) in diameter. The OPP-200 padding machine is self-propelled and self-loading and requires only one machine operator with no additional support equipment. The OPP-200 features a heated, air conditioned positive pressure ROPS cab which offers the machine operator maximum comfort, safety and visibility.
The OPP-200 is powered by a Liebherr D-936 L A6 tier 3 diesel engine featuring 335 hp (250 kW) of power. A hydrostatically controlled elevator located at the front of the machine picks up material from the trench spoil pile and elevates it to the shaker system situated at the back end of the machine where it is screened. Different screen sizes can be affixed to the shaker system in order to generate precise backfill material to meet customer specifications. The screened backfill material falls onto a moving conveyor system located below the shaker screen and the over-sized material falls off of the back of the shaker system back into the spoil pile. The screened material is placed under, over and around the pipeline situated at the bottom of the ditch by way of the conveyor system.
OIL & GAS PIPELINES
The perfect machine for medium sized cross country pipeline projects where high production is still a must.