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FOR YOUR


HEAVY DUTY PLAYGROUNDS


DIRECT DRIVEN FRONT AXLE, OPTIONAL WITH SIDE-TILTING


DRIVING FORWARD WITH INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS


THE NAF PRODUCT PORTFOLIO FEATURES STEERING AXLES, RIGID AXLES, BOGIE AXLES AND GEARBOXES FOR APPLICATIONS IN FORESTRY, AGRICULTURE, MINING, MATERIAL HANDLING, CONSTRUCTION, AIRPORT AND OFF-ROAD HEAVY DUTY TRANSPORT. NAF AG IS THE GLOBAL LEADER FOR BOGIE AXLES WITH A PAYLOAD RANGE OF 10 TO 50 TONNES.


MADE IN GERMANY BOGIE AXLE WITH GEAR DRIVE


STRONG AND RELIABLE


DRIVE SOLUTIONS FOR HEAVY MOTOR GRADERS


ON THE TOP TO REAR BOGIE AXLE NAF SUPPLIES AN ALL-WHEEL DRIVE WITH DIRECTLY DRIVEN FRONT AXLE INCLUDING SIDE TILTING AND A 2-MOTOR GEARBOX FOR A FULL HYDROSTATIC SYSTEM. THE PATENTED GEARBOX – CALLED “DualSync®” – CAN PROVIDE HYDROSTATIC CVT FUNCTIONALITY OVER THE ENTIRE SPEED RANGE.


DualSync® Product Advantages:


 Fuel savings of up to 20% in single motor mode for high driving speeds


 High tractive power by using both motors simultaneously  Perfect control at low speed  Jerk-free and precise travel control  Diesel engine operates at most effi cient rpm range


Diff erent ratios and hydro motor sizes are available for combination on the gearbox to cover diff erent machine sizes and applications.


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