The Yanmar dumper family is a range of tracked dumpers, ranging from the 60 Series Standard at just 415kg, to the C50R-3C TV at a shade under six tonnes. You will also see them referred to Yanmar Carriers.
As the baby of the bunch, the 60 Series standard has an operating weight of just 415kg but an impressive payload, for such a compact machine, of 600kg. The capacity of the dump vessel ranges between 0.17 to 0.22 cubic metres and the 7.5hp engine the machine has a one sided dumping mechanism. This dumper has a strong undercarriage and has the ability to climb stairs, negotiate rough terrain and operate in snow.
The 60 Series Standard can transport and dump all types of materials, from building materials and aggregates to turf and soil. It also has a powerful hydraulic system and great manoeuvrability to make it a useful machine in tight spots.
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The Yanmar 60 Series dumper also has a High-Tip variant that allows the dumping skip to be raised so that it can dump from a height of 1.675 metres. This makes it useful for loading vehicles and creating more elevated materials storage. The High-Tip mechanism increases the operating weight of the 60 Series High-tip to 535kg but otherwise it is identical in dimensions and power to its twin.
The Yanmar 80 Series Standard Dumper builds on the qualities of the 60 Series Standard Dumper but adds a little more heft. It tips the scales at 500kg, or 580kg with the optional loading mechanism in place. The payload is 800kg and the 10hp engine can propel the machine to 4.8km/h. The dumping mechanism is again single sided but the key difference here is that the machine has a self-loading mechanism. This greatly increases the versatility of the machine and extends its use into loader territory. The dump vessel capacity ranges from 0.31 to 0.38 cubic metres.
The 80 Series also has a High-Tip variant, which raises the operating weight to 600kg or 670kg with the self-loading mechanism. The dumping height is increased to 1.440 metres, which means it can deposit its load into most standard skips.
The 60 Series and 80 Series Yanmar Dumpers are all operated from a standing operator platform at the rear of the machine. With the C12R-B, however, the operator works from a seated position and benefits from ROPS protection. The operating weight is 1100kg and the payload is a healthy 1150kg. The dump vessel capacity is extended to 0.52 cubic metres and the machine has the useful ability to dump from three sides of the vessel. The Yanmar diesel engine has two cylinders and produces 10.2hp, driving the machine to a top speed of 5.5km/h.
Next in the range is the C30R-2B. This machine has a more powerful 26.1hp engine and the payload is increased to 2,500kg. Dump vessel capacity is up to 1.24 cubic metres heaped. The C50R-3C, meanwhile, has a payload of 3,800kg and a powerful 98hp engine. The dump capacity is 2.3 cubic metres and the machine differs in that it dumps from the rear.
The range of Yanmar dumpers concludes with the C50R-3C TV. Here, the TV stands for turning vessel, which refers to the fact that the machine can rotate its dump vessel through 180 degrees. This allows it to dump to the front or at any angle to either side of the machine. It can handle payloads of up to 3,500kg and has a 2.1 cubic metre dump vessel capacity.
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