Power is transferred from the engine to the 28" diameter impeller by a 3-groove power band.
Hydraulic Hose Boom
The LCT450 has a large 16" diameter x 120" long urethane hose on the intake. This heavy-duty hose is raised and lowered hydraulically by an electric/hydraulic hose boom. The boom swivels on two 1.5" diameter flange bearings allowing for nearly effortless movement of the intake hose.
Heavy-Duty Debris Collector
The LCT450 is built from the ground up to be powerful, durable, and user-friendly. Combining the power of either the Kubota 87 HP gasoline engine OR the John Deere 74HP diesel engine with a 28" dia. impeller, the LCT450 has the best suction of any unit in it's class.
Rear Pick UP
The LCT450's intake hose is located in the rear, allowing the unit to be set up to pick up on the left or right side of the unit.
- Additional Information
SKU LCT450 Product Line OD
Engine Kubota 87 HP EPA Tier 2 and CARB Tier 3 Gas Engine Air Cleaner Dry element with pre-cleaner Radiator Pressurized, heavy duty with 6-blade fan. Radiator Screen Boxed perforated steel screen is bottom hinged to allow for cleaning without powering down the engine. Face of screen is corrugated for maximum surface area and air flow. Engine Controls Engine monitoring and controls are housed in a compact, powerful display system. There is a full display which shows engine temperature, RPM, oil pressure, battery volts, fuel level and engine hours. Full throttle control and fault code displays are also included. Engine Sheet Metal Engine enclosure has custom vented sheet metal. PTO Heavy-duty 13” automotive style PTO and clutch with safety engagement system. Drive Type PTO with 2.25” diameter shaft. Trailer One-piece construction, 1/4 inch formed steel plate. Axle Rubber Torflex axle rated at 4,500 pounds with electric brakes. Tires ST225-75R15 x 15” 6 ply tubeless type, mounted on steel white spoke rims Tow Tongue Constructed of 4” x 5” x 0.25" thick steel tubing. Parking Jack Heavy duty top wind jack with steel wheel. Trailer Lighting Stop and turn signals with turn signal indicators, and oval LED amber flasher are standard. Battery Box Lockable, located below trailer bed. Easily accessible Fenders Steel wrap around style that are bolted to the trailer frame. Impeller 28” diameter with 6 gusseted blades which are constructed of abrasive resistant T-1 steel with a Brinell hardness exceeding 400. The impeller is completely stress relieved via Bonal stress relief technology to eliminate weld cracking and weld distortion for the highest structural integrity possible. This makes for the strongest and longest lasting impeller on the market. Blower Housing Gradual 90 degree exhaust. Outer housing is constructed of 10 gauge welded steel, front and back plates are 7-gauge steel. Inspection/clean out door is located on face to facilitate convenient inspection of internal contents or condition. A safety kill switch is located on the door to shut down the engine when the door is opened. Liners Slip-in style which requires no bolts. Made of 0.25” abrasive resistant steel Suction Inlet Located in the rear of the unit for right or left hand pickup Intake Hose 16” diameter x 120” long. Heavy-duty wire reinforced urethane hose. Exhaust Duct 90 degree bolt-on duct elbow constructed of 12 gauge steel and centered directly over the tongue for a balanced unit. Exhaust Hose 16” diameter x 48” long heavy-duty wire reinforced 3/8” thick flexible rubber hose is connected to the exhaust duct. Hose Boom Hydraulically controlled with an electric operated hydraulic pump. Boom pivots on two 1.5” diameter two-bolt flange bearings for effortless movement. The boom pivots forward to lock into travel position. Hydraulic cylinder is 1.5” diameter, with a minimum stroke length of 12 inches. Boom Controls Push button style switch located on the intake hose nozzle. Intake Nozzle 16” diameter nozzle with handle constructed of 12 gauge steel. Fuel Tank 30 gallon capacity fuel tank manufactured of 0.25" thick roto-molded polyethylene, located on the trailer bed. Paint All metal parts are thoroughly cleaned, primed, painted and dried before assembly. Each part is primed with a rust inhibitor primer and is painted with two coats of automotive quality paint. The parts are then assembled on the unit so that bolts, nuts, cables and grease fittings are not painted.