BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT UTAH SELECTS BRON PLOWS
“We needed an easier less invasive way to install critical pipelines in protected lands.
The BRON’s unique design provides much faster installation, with 1/3 the soil disruption.
We no longer need multiple pieces of equipment on site, which saves scheduling, man hours, equipment cost and time ”
IGCS provides environmentally friendly low footprint BRON offsetting vibratory plows.
BRON Plows are designed for the installation of fibre optics, copper cable, conduit and pipe at working depth up to 66″.
Vibratory plows are ideal for installations in all conditions or where tractive power is limited and a low environmental footprint is desired.
Chosen by the US Department of Interior and US Bureau of Land Management for its ability to quickly install critical irrigation pipelines with minimal soil disruption.
Standard features include front and rear, main lift, attitude and blade height adjustment cylinders to maintain plowing integrity in the toughest conditions. Vibratory plows can be used as a static plow when ground conditions permit. BRON vibratory plows are field proven in thousands of installations world wide.
LOW IMPACT PLOW SPECS
|MODEL||V-250 UTILITY PLOW ADD-ON VIBRATORY|
|MAXIMUM WORKING DEPTH||66″|
|LENGTH OF PLOW ASSEMBLY||172″ WITHOUT CHUTE|
|OFFSET RANGE, LEFT AND RIGHT OF CENTRE||66″|
|SHANK CLEARANCE TRANSPORT POSITION||22″ BLADE FULLY RETRACTED|
|RECOMMENDED TRACTOR H.P. RANGE||142-201|
|GPM TOTAL HYDRAULIC PUMP FOR PLOW (U.S. GAL.)||40|
|APPROX. WEIGHT OF PLOW||9,700 LBS|
|FRONT SWING||2||5″||2 ½”|
|REAR SWING||2||6″||2 ½”|
|BLADE LIFT||1||3 ½”||2″|
Chosen by US Bureau of Land Management
What our customers are saying.
“We needed a easier less invasive way to install critical pipelines in protected lands. We chose the BRON Low Footprint plow from IGCS.
“The BRON’s unique design provides much faster installation, with 1/3 the soil disruption. We no longer need multiple pieces of equipment on site, which saves scheduling, man hours, equipment cost and time.”
Bureau of Land Management – Utah