Machine with a swiveling blade situated between two wheel shafts for leveling the ground or clearing debris off a roadway.
Ring with a toothed crown that causes the blade to rotate around a vertical axle.
Wheel that changes the grader’s direction; it also tilts into a turn to brace against drag when it meets an obstacle offering strong resistance.
Bowed axle made up of a device that acts as a walking beam to compensate for uneven ground.
blade rotation cylinder
Hydraulic cylinder that causes the pivoting movement of the blade.
blade lift cylinder
Hydraulic cylinder that raises and lowers one end of the blade.
Piece of equipment for leveling the ground that can be positioned in any direction.
Wheels driven by the engine to impel the machine; they are mounted on a walking beam to compensate for uneven ground.
Counterbalance that prevents the machine from lifting up when it meets an obstacle offering strong resistance.
Front part of the chassis; it is long enough to allow the blade to swivel without striking the wheels.
blade shifting mechanism
Set of articulated arms to which the hydraulic cylinders are attached; these arms cause the blade to move and swivel.
Compartment from which the driver operates the grader.
Vertical upper part of the conduit that evacuates exhaust gas from the engine.
Device converting the combustion of fuel and air into mechanical energy.