Dana Holding Corp. offers a drivetrain system designed for 60-foot articulated and telescopic boom aerial work platforms. The system includes a Spicer Model 212 steering planetary drive axle, a Spicer Model 112 rigid planetary drive axle with an integrated Spicer Model 305 gearbox (shown), and a Spicer 10 Series driveshaft. With minor changes, these components can also be used for telescopic boom handlers, compactors, and rough-terrain forklifts.
• Model 212 steering planetary drive axle features integrated steering cylinder with 55-degree maximum steering angle, 6-to-1 planetary final drive ratio
• Model 212 uses heavy-duty double-U joints; trunnion mount; and spiral bevel gear center section
• Model 112 axle shares many components with 212 axle; offers 6-to-1 planetary final drive ratio as well as a 16,000 daN (static) and 8,000 daN (dynamic) load capacity
• Spicer Model 305 gearbox includes hydrostatic motor mounting for one or two motors to offer protection from ground obstacles; ratio reduction options from 0.89:1 overdrive to a 5.00:1 reduction