One of the newest mills in the Wirtgen lineup is also one of the smallest. The W 35 is a three-wheel machine with a cutting width of 14 inches and cutting depth of 2.4 inches. It weighs 5,401 pounds and can mill at 82 feet per minute using a 42-horsepower engine. A more powerful version of this machine, the W 35 DC sports a 57-horsepower engine and cuts to a depth of 4.3 inches. Also new from Wirtgen: the W 2000 Combo Cutter and the WS 2500, a tractor-towed soil stabilizer that hooks to a three-point hitch.
Wirtgen milling machines
July 19, 2005