The Dynapac MF2500CL mobile feeder has a standard operating weight 22,000kg, feed capacity 4,000t/hr, discharge height min/max m- 1.89/4.37. Being the only 2.5 m feeder in its class, the Dynapac MF2500 combines easy and cost effective transport – no special permission needed – with impressive feeding capacity. Thanks to its high performance conveying system the MF2500 can empty a truck in just 35 seconds! This powerful and reliable feeder has low operating costs. An optional Swingapp makes it incredibly flexible and versatile.
The heart of the Dynapac MF2500 is its high performance conveying system. With a feeding capacity of 4000 t/h it can transport 27 tonnes of gravel, sand or asphalt in just 35 seconds. The durable conveyor belt is directly mounted on a tightly arranged metal bracing. The speed of the conveyor can be controlled manually or automatically. Operating contact free, the Dynapac MF2500 feeder ensures an even material flow for different kinds of material.
Equipped with a short conveyor as standard, the MF2500CS mobile feeder can also work with an addon Swingapp. Swingapp transforms the MF2500CS to a feeder suitable for offset feeding applications – feeding two pavers side by side, feeding one paver from a different lane, fill medians etc. The Swingapp conveyor can swing 55° to both sides.
Our innovative design helps you to keep your investment costs low as the Swingapp can transform a MF2500CS to an ‘offset feeder’. The same Swingapp can be mounted on any MF2500CS allowing optimal fleet management. A mounting/ dismounting time of under 45 minutes enables you to respond more quickly to changing job site requirements. A mounting/ dismounting time of under 45 minutes enables you to respond
more quickly to changing job site requirements. When not required, the Swingapp can be removed, which considerably prolongs the lifetime of the belt and minimizes costs.
Dynapac feeders are best known for their powerful and durable conveying systems. The 1200 mm wide conveyor with highly reliable rubber belt has been designed for optimal flow and minimal segregation. Stiffening bars together with roller chains make the conveyor system extremely robust. Special alloy steel supports for the bars ensure optimal conveying performance. This significantly reduces the fuel consumption.
To achieve the best paving quality a constant paving speed is mandatory. The Dynapac MF2500 feeder in combination with paver hopper container guarantees uninterrupted material supply. This ensures a continuous and smooth paving process.
The large twin hopper wings and tunnel combine with a specially designed conveyor system to deliver bulk material. Foldable hopper wings with front hopper flaps enable a quick emptying of the hopper. Chamfered hopper corners prevent cold asphalt being left in the hopper.
All the peak material requirements can be met as the conveyor can feed up to 4000 t/h.
The track driven feeder has pushrollers to dock with the truck. The new Truckassist feature makes communication between the feeder operator and truck driver really easy. The operator can swing the seat out of the side of the machine, and adjust the control panel to the most comfortable position, giving them excellent visibility of the truck side, feeder hopper and paver side. Auto modes ensure that the all main feeder operations can be done in a smooth and hassle free manner.
The material stays hot during transport on the belt due to the width and speed of the conveyor. Covers minimize the heat loss.
The feeders are equipped with foldable hopper wings with front hopper flaps. Chamfered hopper corners prevent cold asphalt being left in the hopper. The new tri-flap system allows even faster material transfer.
Fewer asphalt mix transfer points and least interference to the asphalt mix ensures a quality mix.
The steering device automatically guides the feeder. Sensors mounted at the end of the feeder conveyor check the amount of material in the hopper container, enabling automatic conveying mode.
The speed of the feeder and distance from the paver is controlled by laser sensor. Consequently the machine stays on course and the operator can concentrate on the truck emptying process. This ensures the highest daily work capacity.
The control panel can be repositioned anywhere across the platform and be pivoted by up to 90 degrees. This enables the operator to have complete control from any position. Weather protection is available as an option, ensuring the highest comfort for the operator.
For an easy and smooth operation it is important that the driver can communicate with the truck and paver drivers, whilst monitoring the amount of material in the feeder and paver hoppers. The MF2500 does exactly that and a bit more. The two swing-out seats allow the driver to sit variably up to a 90° angle to the driving direction to ensure an excellent view. Both seats can be individually adjusted for height and distance for a comfortable working position. The new ‘platform lift’ option gives the operator excellent visibility, especially while working with the Swingapp mounted on the Dynapac MF2500CS. The view is further enhanced by optional cameras and mirrors.
The dashboard concept has been adapted from the Dynapac pavers: with buttons grouped by function and frequency of use. It features a 7.0” color display and for night work the buttons are illuminated. The optional joystick integrates main drive functions and the Swingapp functions put the operator in full control.
Full control at glance. The main screen gives you an overview of the complete feeding process, displaying all essential parameters. From here you monitor the feeding amount in the paver/hopper, conveyor speed, emulsion spray tank level and distance between the paver and feeder. Also featuring shortcuts in other menus.
Atlas Copco’s TruckAssist system is designed to help trucks dock correctly and safely with the feeder by simplifying communication between the feeder and truck driver. The system comprises two sturdy, LED bars which are positioned on the hopper edges.
TruckAssist allows safe, efficient communication between the drivers of the feeder and the truck, and enable the feeder driver to remain in control of the truck docking process at all times. This feature is particularly useful in low noise areas, reducing the need to use the horn.