Promotional film about the performance advantages of bulldozers and graders.
Traffic on the road.
Stone and sand quarries.
Asphalt concrete plant.
Laying asphalt on the road.
A bulldozer levels the ground for the construction of a road.
The bulldozer blade is made of alloy steel, the reversible knives on the dumps are carbide.
Rotary dumps allow you to work on different surfaces.
The presence of a ripper allows you to work on heavy soils.
The bulldozer moves large volumes of gravel to prepare the roadbed.
A Czechoslovak bulldozer driver tells about the work of a Soviet bulldozer.
The work of a soil ripper on a bulldozer.
The next car grader leaves the roadbed.
Increased impact resistance of the rotary disc.
Gears and crown are made of wear-resistant materials.
Increasing the blade width.
Telescopic steering column of the grader.
The driver from the cab increases and decreases the width of the blade, its tilt and turn.
The hydromechanical transmission allows you to smoothly control the grader and protect the engine from overloads.
The grader moves along the road.
The tubular structure of the welded frame ensures the rigidity of the machine at low weight.
Three leading bridges of the grader increase its cross-country ability.
From the cab, the operator quickly sets the blade to the desired position and starts working.
The grader cuts the slope.
The grader is moving along a forest road.
Control of the machine.
Locations: Russia  Czechoslovakia
The grader levels the road.
On-board sensors of the grader.
Cartoon explaining the operation of the autonomous automatic control system of the motor grader.
Copier grader operation management system.
The probe sensor.
Preparatory work when using a copier control system.
Autonomous-copier control system.
A photodetector is installed on the grader.
A cartoon explaining the operation of the laser method of controlling the operation of graders.
A laser device that regulates the operation of graders.
The grader works when copying along the laser beam.
An asphalt paver and other road machines work on a laser beam.
Locations: USSR