The 2014DE Ejector Scraper is a six-tire scraper that carries 18.3 m3 (24.0 cu. yd.) of material and has a 4.4 m (14 ft. 6 in.) cutting width. This scraper works well for construction contractors bulk-hauling materials using 360-hp to 575-hp tractors.
Sequence valve coordinates hydraulic functions on ejector scrapers. Our fixed-blade ejector scrapers have three hydraulic functions: Scraper blade – lift or lower, Gate – open or close, and Ejector wall – eject or retract.
All John Deere ejector scrapers are manufactured as front scrapers with tandem steel lines. Doing so increases the versatility of the scraper fleet by allowing all of the ejector scrapers to be connected as a front or rear scraper.
John Deere scrapers are manufactured with one set of hoses to fit both long and short drawbar tractors. Hose options are available to hook scrapers in tandem or triple configurations.
High-quality, all-steel, zinc-coated hydraulic lines protect from damage, leakage, and corrosion.
The standard offset-wheel frame assembly allows high-speed finishing and stability during hauling, loading, and unloading processes.
Scrapers solve flotation and compaction needs. Contractors race against the clock to complete projects no matter what obstacles they encounter. The most common obstacles include rain and poor soils. They require the use of dependable earthmoving equipment that's light on its tires and the land. When it comes to flotation, the John Deere scraper cannot be beat.
John Deere Scraper drawbars are available in two styles: yoke and quick attach.
John Deere builds many types of scraper drawbars to use when pulling John Deere scrapers. It is important to know what model tractor will be pulling the scrapers when looking for a matching drawbar. John Deere 9R Series Scraper Tractors offer three types of heavy-duty drawbar supports: track, long, and short.
Need to change a cutting edge? Bucket, gate, and scraper mainframe can be easily secured without tools in the raised position for servicing.
With their wide throat opening and exclusive blade system, loading these ejector scrapers is quick and easy. Mix and match standard and long blades to fit almost any application or material condition.
Integrated rear push bumper enables push-loading when a dozer is needed. Push block exactly matches the blade radius of John Deere dozers and provides ample tire clearance to accommodate “U” blades.
John Deere scraper blade options include straight blade configuration, drop-center blade configuration and tooth blade configuration.
The scraper's blade support is made of high-strength steel and features two rows of bolts spaced 6-in. apart. The 152.4-mm (6-in.) spacing provides room for John Deere's exclusive multi-segmented blades.
Low-profile design provides a low center of gravity and good visibility to the rear scraper.
We’ve doubled our warranty on scrapers to an industry-leading 12 months.
All ejector scrapers deliver more payload capacity. And now you are no longer restricted from running our larger scrapers in a triple-pan configuration. That means you can haul up to 54.9 m3 (72 cu. yd.) per cycle with only a single operator and rig.
Standard super-overflow spill guard increases capacity, while reducing carryback and tire wear. New swept-back push-wall design provides a 26-percent-larger top-loading target, for faster cycle times.
Quick-attach rear hitch makes coupling and uncoupling a snap when conditions demand.
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