MOLINE, Ill. — Expanding on its lineup of attachments, John Deere unveiled its new CP18E, CP24E and CP30E cold planers. These new attachments offerings help operators who work on street repairs, leveling uneven pavement, texturing pavement and cleaning around larger milling machines. The CP18E, CP24E and CP30E are compatible with John Deere skid-steers and compact track loaders, as well as equipment offered by competitors.
“The E-Series cold planers are new solutions for our customers seeking more efficiency on the job by enabling all cold planer functions to be controlled from within the machine’s cab,” said Jessica Hill, program manager, global attachments at John Deere. “The attachments deliver value to our customers through increased productivity and uptime, while maintaining low daily operating costs.”
The CP18E, CP24E and CP30E cold planer attachments are equipped with a planetary drive system that delivers high torque speed. The planetary drive system is a wheel drive, which allows the operator to remove the side plate when the attachment works next to a curb. Through complete in-cab controls, operators can easily maneuver the cold planer depth, tilt and side shift to increase overall productivity. With rear spoil clearance that reaches up to nine inches (229 mm), operators can be more productive on the job by minimizing material that is pushed back into the cut.
Operators can expect an increase in uptime with the visible case pressure reservoir that was added to the three models to provide a visual indicator of high case pressure. If there is high case pressure, the reservoir will fill with oil and will give an indication to shut down the system. Additionally, the case pressure reservoir helps reduce contamination to the machine’s hydraulic system.
The gearbox on the CP18E, CP24E and CP30E cold planers includes a drain-and-refill plug for clean maintenance fills. Additionally, oil will need to be replaced after 1,000 hours or on an annual basis. Operators should reference the operator’s manual for appropriate procedure and maintenance requirements.
To learn more about the E-Series Cold Planer attachments, visit www.JohnDeere.com.