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Dozer blade control

UMC 4000

For grading, scraping and dozer blades

There is variety of attachments for universal machinery such as tractors, wheel loaders and skid steers. Among them are pushed or towed scraping, grading or dozer blades and boxes. For these attachments, we supply our Universal Machine Control UMC4000 system that automatically adjusts the blade elevation height and slope. It can additionally operate up to six further hydraulic valves or functions. Thus, the ancillary automatic control of both sides of hydraulic blade side doors can easily be achieved by UMC4000 in conjunction with our ultrasonic sensors UMS224.

The compact cabin control panel (MMI) integrates a proportional joystick. So the operation of the multiple functions of UMC4000 is easy to understand and to execute.

Our Universal Machine Control UMC4000 works with the majority of machine laser receivers and ultrasonic sensors of the most common brands. Simply connect and continue to use them!

Are you looking for a complete grading blade attachment and machine control system? No problem. Send us your enquiry and we’ll quote you the kit all-in-one.

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Supplies for pavers

Supplies for pavers

For asphalt pavers

The asphalt paver is the alpha of road construction machinery. It shall run all day long. The operating crew knows: No pause, no stop. The quality of the laid down asphalt road depends on that. We are aware of this fact, and offer therefore extremely robust, resistant and long-lasting sensors and controls for this rough application:

  • Leveling of the paving screed
    • Compact Mini-Line® controls with ruggedized and highly precise ultra-sonic, laser and slope sensors
    • Compact or professional multiplex leveling beams
  • Data monitoring for asphalt paving
  • Material controls
  • Ignition and temperature control
  • Joint heater

These products have proven themselves in the markets of Scandinavia, USA, Russia, Australia, China and India for more than 40 years. They are used in extreme weather and job conditions, and withstand them day after day, week after week, year after year.

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Komatsu D51PX with electric masts

Komatsu D51PX with electric masts

Solutions for dozers with machine CAN bus

News 12-2020

You have got a dozer with machine CAN bus, and electronic joystick. And now you are looking to integrate a 2D grade control system? - We offer our new dual control box UMC4003C that has an additional CAN bus to communicate with the machine in the language your machine understands. Thus, there is no need to "t-in" extra Pilot valves and control them. The UMC4003 sends signals for raising and lowering the dozer blade directly to the machine CAN bus which processes the commands in real-time.

And of course, you can use a button on the right machine joystick to switch automatic grade control ON and OFF. No need to unhand the joystick for pushing the A/M button at the control panel.

Using electric masts with laser receivers gives you the maximum comfort of dual laser control system featuring automatic search of laser plane, or lowering for transportation by push on a button.

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Bobcat T770 with 6 way blade of Uemme

Bobcat T770 with 6 way blade of Uemme

Solutions for skid-steers

News 04-2020

Do you like to automate a Takeuchi, Caterpillar or JCB/Volvo skid steer with a 8 way grading or 6 way dozer blade attachment? Do you have a Bobcat skid-steer, and do you like to use it with a blade of a different than Bobcat manufacturer? - No problem with UMC4000.

You can use the left and right machine joystick and buttons to control any hydraulic blade attachment for your skid-steer. No matter,wether you like to raise or lower the blade by hand or automatically by use of laser receivers or ultrasonic trackers. Even very efficient automatic functions - such as lowering the blade to laser on-grade position, or raising the blade out of the laser plane - are available by push on a button if the machine joystick has enough buttons available for auxiliiary equipment.

Our UMC4000 comes with an interface box that translates the skid-steer joystick signals into desired hydraulic movements of the blade.

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