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  • Cut and mill concrete and asphalt  
  • Much less expensive to maintain and more maneuverable than dedicated planers 
  • Versatile and durable, delivering high torque for maximum cutting and milling performance 
  • Easily set and maintain depth, width, and slope control  
  • Choose from four different planer models
  • Super Flow available on select models

 
Standard flow planer provides excellent performance on standard flow machines allowing a lower initial investment for those that only need to use a planer periodically. High flow planers utilize the increased hydraulic horsepower.

 

Drum options

Choose from multiple drum options to match your job needs. 

Oscillation

The housing oscillates up to +/- 15 degrees, allowing the operator to cut  angles or match two uneven surfaces. 

Replaceable Ski Wear Pads

The replaceable ski wear pads make maintenance easier and more affordable. 

Steel Wheels

Mounted on the rear, the wheels provide support and reduce tire bounce for a smoother cut. 

Side Cutting Teeth

The cutting teeth decrease drum binding in the cut for smoother operation and provide a vertical edge for improving the joint bond between new and existing road layers. 

Free-Floating Oscillation

The cutting wheel oscillates side to side to provide optimum surface tracking regardless of loader movements, so even if the loader tires fall into a hole or depression it will cut evenly. With the Bobcat planer, pavement milling is a controlled process as the depth, width, and slope are easily set and controlled by the operator. 

Hydraulic Side Shift

Side shifting allows milling outside the width of the carrier, making possible flush cutting adjacent to curbs and walls. 

Large Rear Opening

The large rear opening reduces the amount of material being re-milled, increasing productivity because more material can be removed from the planer before it is reground into smaller pieces. 

Removable End Plate

As the only manufacturer offering this feature, Bobcat allows the planer to mill flush against walls with no further clean-up work required. 

Visible Left Ski

With the left ski visible, the operator can Keep the planer centered and maintain easier control over its path. 

Top Access Panel

To inspect and replace cutting bits, a top access panel allows for easy inspection and saves maintenance time. Planer bits can be changed and removed using the specially designed bit tool. 

Planer Drum

The planer drum is a one-piece concentric unit made for better durability and smooth cutting. 

Priority Valve

The priority valve diverts oil-to-depth function without causing momentary loss of power to planer drum, allowing the operator to make adjustments on the go and without sacrificing the planer’s cutting power. 

Independently Adjustable Skis

Fingertip controls from the operator’s seat provide depth and angle control for a consistent cut depth. Also, skis push debris away, keeping the skids in contact with the cutting surface. 

Diverter Valve

he diverter valve allows the operator to switch between hydraulic side-shift and hydraulic oscillation functions. 

Front Access Panel

The access panel makes it easy to inspect and replace cutting bits and reduces maintenance time.  

Hydraulic Side Shift

Side shifting allows milling outside the width of the carrier, making possible flush cutting adjacent to curbs and walls. 

Two Direct-Drive Motors

With a direct-drive motor on each side of the drum, you get increased torque force which also increases productivity and the life of the planer. 

Top Tasks

  • Mate uneven pavement surfaces 
  • Clean up around larger miller machines 
  • Cut drainage in a parking lot 
  • Mill around manholes 
  • Taper edges on a roadway 

How It Works

Carbide-tipped bits are mounted on a revolving drum to cut and pulverize pavement material. After material has been milled, it leaves the planer housing through a rear opening. 
 
Planer skis are used to adjust the angle and depth by moving the right and left ski up or down. Depth gauges are visible from the cab to provide a measurement reference of each ski depth. Bobcat planers have better visibility of the skis, so operators can easily control the path of the planer and the machine. Even on rough terrain, the planer skis maintain surface contact, resulting in a consistent cut depth. 

 

Planer - High Flow, 18"

Planer - High Flow, 24"

Planer - High Flow, 40"

Planer - Standard Flow, 14"

Planer - Super Flow, 48"

Planer - Super Flow, 48"

General

Operating Weight

1191 lb

1254 lb

2300 lb

1107 lb

2204 lb

2524 lb

Length

47.5 in

47.5 in

44 in

47.5 in

49 in

44 in

Width

66.4 in

66.4 in

68 in

66.4 in

68 in

68 in

Height

35.2 in

35.2 in

32 in

29.3 in

37 in

33 in

Cutting Depth Max

6 in 

6 in 

5 in 

6 in 

5 in 

5 in 

Cutting Depth Min

0 in 

0 in 

0 in 

0 in 

0 in 

0 in 

Drum Width Max

18 in

24 in

40 in

14 in

24 in

48 in

Number of Bits

78 

54 

90 

Sideshift

29.8 in

29.8 in

25.6 in

29.8 in

44 in

24 in

Maximum Cutting Angle

15° 

15° 

8° 

15° 

8° 

8° 

Planing Distance Next to Curb

75.4 in

80.4 in

2.6 in

75.4 in

Drum Diameter

17.8 in

17.8 in

14.5 in

17.8 in

Flow Range Min

22 gal/min

22 gal/min

25 gal/min

15 gal/min

Flow Range Max

40 gal/min

40 gal/min

59 gal/min

27 gal/min

 

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