Powerful and flexible ballast cleaning
The flagship ballast cleaning model, the Matisa C75 offers the best combination between dimensions and performance, site progress rate and the time needed for implementation.
Its work capacity - approximately 800 m3/h screening and over 1.000 m3/h in full excavation - is flanked by relatively straightforward logistics management that nevertheless means the system can be parked close to the site, as well as flexible work systems that meet the specific needs of every site.
The free-oscillation screening system ensures high efficiency as well as excellent screening quality thanks to the high energy ensured by the vibration frequency and amplitude. It has interchangeable grilles on 3 levels to adapt to all crushed stone granulometries and other recovered material.
The excavation removes stone bedding from under the track and conveys it to the recipient hopper so that it can be unloaded on to the main conveyor. Its modular design ensures impressive freedom of movement in work modes. The excavation face can be modified using an hydraulically-controlled telescopic system or by setting horizontal chutes of different lengths. The excavation face is servo-assisted in depth and height to control track geometry under all conditions, including counter-height.
Crushed stone distribution
Crushed stone ballast is distributed on the track in a modular manner to facilitate optimisation in accordance with the specifications for each site and each work method. In any case, the automatic work system shutdown and drive cycle (chain, conveyors, screens, etc.) ensures excellent and uniform distribution under all conditions.
Chassis horizontal setting system
The automatic machine horizontal setting system is used to optimize work performance under all conditions.
Measurement and driving
The C 75 is equipped with a high-performance CATT (Computer Aided Track Treatment) driving computer, which helps reduce the number of operators to a minimum of two - one in the cab and the other on the track, near the excavation group. On the basis of a given geometry, the driving computer servo-assists the machine’s operating units.