New Road Products: New Power Equipment, Materials and Supplies for the Road
Brooke Wisdom | February 1, 2010
Dynapac unpacks new asphalt pavers
Dynapac’s new paver line for the North American market was introduced to dealers at Dynapac’s Garland, Texas, facility in December. The F1000T tracked (production began Jan. 2) and F1000W wheeled (production will begin in April) 10-foot-wide asphalt pavers — the first two models in the product line — will make their official debut at World of Asphalt in February 2010.
Basic paving width 10-19 feet
Max. paving width 26 feet
Tractor weight 38,000 pounds
Max. paving thickness 12 inches
Material hopper capacity 207 cubic feet
Max. paving speed 240 feet per minute
Max. travel speed 10 miles per hour
Drive system Integrated hydrostatic drive
Track width 18 inches
Engine manufacturer Cummins
Engine model QSB6.7 Tier III
Horsepower 230hp @1,800 rpm
Control consoles Dual swing-out operation stations
Conveyor type Dual independent slat conveyor
Conveyor control Proportional independent speed control
Auger control Dual independent proportional augers
EZIV-10 screed 7,000 pounds
EZIII-10 screed 6,000 pounds
EZR-10 screed 8,250 pounds
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By Kerry Clines
Elgin Sweeper mounts mobile cameras
Elgin Sweeper has introduced the Elgin Mobile Camera system for its line of environmentally efficient street sweepers. The multi-camera system includes both mirror and rear-view camera kits. The Elgin Mobile Camera system includes such features as high-resolution Sony CCD cameras for outstanding image quality; 5.6-inch color TFT-LCD monitors; automatic reverse or turn signal camera activation; infrared LEDs for night vision and multi-voltage capability (12/24 VDC). The system also includes a two-year warranty.
Deere’s Tier 4 Ratings
John Deere Power Systems (JDPS) introduced its generator drive prime power Interim Tier 4 power ratings for diesel engines above 130 kW (174 hp) at POWER-GEN International in December in Las Vegas. Interim Tier 4 emissions regulations, which begin in 2011, apply to 130 kW (174 hp) and above diesel engines used in prime power applications, and require a 90 percent reduction in diesel particulates and a 50 percent reduction in nitrogen oxide (NOx) from previous Tier 3 requirements. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency only requires that emergency stationary gen-set engines meet Tier 3 emissions regulations.
Quikrete recycles in new mix and patch
QUIKRETE has introduced QUIKRETE Green Concrete Mix and QUIKRETE Cold Asphalt Patch, both of which use recycled materials. The Green Concrete Mix, composed of a blended concrete mix containing 50 percent recycled materials — including recycled aggregates, fly ash and/or slag cements — and qualifies for points within the Recycled Content and Regional Material classifications as defined through the LEED Green Building certification. The Cold Asphalt Patch uses 90 graded recycled asphalt pavement (RAP) that is rejuvenated with a binding agent.
Front-mounted snowblowers for compact Bobcat tractors
Two new models of front-mounted snowblower implements are now available for Bobcat compact tractor models CT120 to CT235, with a third model for the CT225 to CT450 available at a later date, which has not been disclosed. To operate a front-mounted snowblower, the tractor must be equipped with a mid-PTO, loader joystick and control valve. The snowblower requires a lift kit and PTO kit to mount to the tractor. The front-end loader, tractor grille guard or front weight kit, if present, need to be removed to use a front-mounted snowblower. However, loader mounts do not have to be removed from the tractor. The snowblower and lift kit are fastened together by two quick-release pins, so the snowblower can be attached to or removed from the tractor in minutes.
The three models of snowblower implements are the following:
Model FCTSB49 — approved for use on the CT120 to CT235 and features a 49-inch cutting width. Model FCTSB62 — approved for use on the CT120 to CT235 and features a 62-inch cutting width. Model FCTSB72 — approved for use on the CT225 to CT450 and features a 72-inch cutting width. The model will be available at a later date.
EYE DOT: rear view and monitoring camera
Certified Power Inc.’s new EYE DOT rear view and monitoring camera system works off a single input power adapter. Permanent installation is not required. The standard kit has includes the following: camera with magnetic and hard mount, 20- and 60- foot cables, choice of 7- or 9-inch monitor, hardwire pigtail, A/C power adapter, 12v power adapter, remote, and external A/V adapter. Other options include wireless kits, multi-camera systems w/a quad transmitter, and individual camera or monitor kits.
High output, twin-shaft mixers from Liebherr
Liebherr twin-shaft mixers are suitable for high outputs of pre-mixed concrete and available in sizes of 3- to 8-cubic yards, and particularly advantageous if used in mobile mixing plants and for construction sites with limited space. The mixing equipment can, depending on size, process aggregates up to 7 inches without difficulty, especially important for mass concreting projects such as dams, roads or bridges or other larger RCC pours, which require high quality mixed concrete.
HCSS’s “Equipment 360” is here
The new Equipment360 Equipment Maintenance Software program from HCSS (www.hcss.com/Products/Equipment360/) tracks equipment maintenance schedules for trucks, bulldozers, scrapers and other company equipment and has performance that identifies unreliable equipment that should be sold. Provided are an itemized cost history for each piece of equipment and a work order management system that provides a framework for capturing labor and parts costs. Mechanics enter their time directly into the system, which avoids errors and double entry; mechanic timecards can be reviewed and approved before they’re exported electronically to the company’s accounting system.
New pro mowers: zero-turn and 12 mph
Husqvarna’s latest professional series of zero-turn mowers, the PZ Series, standard Hydro drive system uses 16cc Hydro-Gear fan-cooled pumps and Parker wheel motors to achieve ground speeds up to 12 mph. The combination of oversized pumps, cooling fans and large 1.5-gallon reservoir reduces heat. A new two-speed version featuring Hydro-Gear ZT5400 integrated commercial transmissions will be available in early 2010 and will allow for 30 percent or more higher transport speeds to further increase productivity.
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The Lokotrack LT1213 primary impactor plant from Metso Minerals crushes everything from blasted rock to reinforced concrete, asphalt and C&D debris and can be used alone or together with other Lokotrack secondary and tertiary crushers and screens. The unit is built around the Nordberg NP1213M impact crusher. The crusher feed opening is 520- by 39 inches with a maximum feed size of 28 inches. The crushing process is controlled by the IC500 automation system, including fully automatic process control, one-touch start, fault diagnostics and built-in troubleshooting. In addition to the standard feeder, a two-stage feeder with two vibrating grizzlies is available for the sharp cutting of fines, and the feed hopper size can also be selected according to the feeding equipment used.
Telsmith, Inc., an Astec Industries company, has introduced the new Hydra-Jaw model H2550 jaw crusher specifically designed for road portable or track mobile crushing to offer a less-expensive alternative to track plant options. The FEA designed mainframe utilizes a new sculpted profile to minimize weight and height while maintaining strength and integrity. Uniquely designed for crushing environments, Telsmith’s hydraulic toggle provides push button setting adjustment, tramp iron protection and chamber clearing functions not available on other models, according to the company.
The Terex Finlay I-130 Impact Crusher features 440HP engine, direct drive, integrated pre-screen, undercrusher feeder and hydraulic folding to facilitate quick operational setup. With the Terex Cedarapids IP1313 impact crusher and a 50- by 48-inch rotor at its core, the I-130 provides high throughput capacity and excellent product reduction ratios, according to the company. Multiple options are available including independent pre-screen and multi-machine communication. Heavy-duty tracks provide on-site mobility.
Eagle Crusher Co. says its new 1200-25 CV portable crushing plant, with the UltraMax II 4747 Impactor, accepts large feed sizes and is suitable for high-volume primary and secondary crushing. The crusher’s impactor includes a solid-steel, three-bar rotor for efficient crushing of limestone, shot rock, concrete, asphalt, and sand and gravel with a reduction ratio up to 24:1. The open-circuit crushing plant is designed to have efficient weight distribution for easy transport. The crusher is equipped with a heavy-duty, steel-reinforced 17-cubic yard feed hopper that accepts material from 5-yard loader buckets or excavators.
IROCK Crushers has added the Hydraset Hopper feature to its RDS-15 and RDS-20 Portable Rock Crushing Equipment Lines that are currently available throughout North America. The Hydraset Hopper System is designed to attach and remove the hopper/feeder module as a unit without the aid of any outside lifting devices. The system has its own internal power pack to operate the removal or installation process.
Kleemann’s MC 110 Z is a track-mounted jaw crusher ideally suited for contractor work such as crushing reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) or recycled concrete aggregate (RCA). This robust machine has a fully independent double-deck pre-screen and offers high productivity, durability and ease of operation. The high torque reversible hydraulic jaw – with fully hydraulic gap adjustment – is driven by a powerful 324 hp direct electric motor, providing high capacity crushing with efficient fuel consumption.
The Raptor XL300 and XL400 cone crushers from FLSmidth Excel LLC are fully engineered for the portable and mobile plant markets. Working with preferred chassis manufacturers, FLSmidth Excel builds rear-discharge XL300 and XL400 wheeled plants as stock models. Wheel-mounted plant options include rear and rear feed-side discharge. With the addition of a horizontal screen, the cone crushers can be configured into an open- or closed-circuit crushing /screening plant.
KPI-JCI’s ProSizer incorporates a double-deck VariVibe high-frequency screen and a Horizontal Shaft Impactor (HSI) to separate the fractionated recycled asphalt pavement (FRAP) into multiple sizes. The machine features a stealth tappet redesign, hydraulic screen angle adjustment and rotary screen tensioning system helps to boost productivity, according to the company. The stealth tappet redesign provides vibrators with increased serviceability, better performance and longer durability. The unit’s design includes an increased ground clearance, which provides easier transportation and maneuverability as well as an open top design for full use of the 24-inch return conveyor. The machine also has central grease points and easy-to-reach engine controls for routine service.
Columbia Steel is positioned to supply slab-busting wear parts for nearly 70 different crusher makes and models. Their jaws are available in standard manganese steel alloy and in Xtralloy premium maganese. Slab breaker jaws are based on traditional and high-tooth jaw designs but with additional raised slab breakers in pitch with conventionally located teeth. The number of slab breakers is proportional to the width of the crusher’s size and model, allowing the operator to set the discharge for a reasonable opening and still break slabs that otherwise would flow through the crusher.
With the integration of the Extec and Fintec brands into its mobile crusher business during the past year, Sandvik Mining and Construction lines of mobile crushing and screening solutions includes jaw, impact and cone crushers and models suited for road recycling and constructions applications processing materials from asphalt, to concrete demolition waste, limestone and granite.
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