Grade Control for Motor Graders

Finished grade with fewer passes. Place material faster and with millimeter accuracy. With GCS900 on your grader you’ll keep costs to a minimum and realize better profits.

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  • Applications

    GCS900 3D

    Used with a total station, single or dual GNSS receivers, GCS900 3D is well suited for grading and fine grading applications such as:

    • Material spreading
    • Highway and railway construction
    • Airport construction
    • Concrete pours and slab placement
    • Residential and commercial site construction

    GS900 2D

    Using the 2D system with a sonic sensor or a grade laser to improve the efficiency and productivity of your motor grader on projects such as:

    • Road and highway projects
    • Land reclamation projects
    • Dam and reservoir construction
    • New infrastructure projects

     

  • Configurations

    GCS900 3D

    Dual GNSS    

    Measures the exact position, cross slope and heading of the blade for rough grading and mass excavation on steep slopes and complex design surfaces

    Single or Dual GNSS with Laser Augmentation      

    Single and dual GNSS systems enhanced with laser augmentation to improve vertical accuracy for high accuracy guidance to complex design surfaces such as super-elevation grading for rough through finished grade work

    Universal Total Stations      

    Total station-based system for extreme accuracy for lift and layer control, material monitoring, or where GNSS is not the ideal solution because of overhead obstructions


    GCS900 2D

    Cross-slope Only 

    Cross-slope control system to be used on motor graders for fine grading work for road maintenance, ditches and slope work

    Single Elevation Plus Cross-slope     

    Single control system uses a laser or sonic receiver to control the lift of the machine blade for flat, slopework and finished grading

    Dual Elevation     

    Dual control system that uses two laser or sonic receivers for higher accuracy lift control. Blade edge can be controlled independently or linked