Python Manufacturing Introduces the Python S5000
Better Roads Staff | November 10, 2009
Regina, SK Canada Python Manufacturing is proud to introduce the new generation of its revolutionary one-person operated pothole patcher – the Python S5000.
The S5000 is the only one-person operated pothole patcher that uses any standard hot or cold mix. You can either fill up at the nearest asphalt plant, or use a cold mix which is readily available and can be stored indefinitely.
Les Hulicsko, Python president and developer of the S5000, says, “The patches are of such high quality that they can outlast the pavement around them.”
The S5000 can operate in all kinds of weather – meaning road repairs don’t need to stop in the winter. Hulicsko points out, “With this machine, you can get a lot more roads in good shape in a lot shorter time.” A single operator using the Python S5000 can go through approximately three times as much asphalt as a crew using traditional methods would go through in the same amount of time. Stated another way, the S5000 can cover approximately three times as much ground, or fix three times as many potholes as could a crew using traditional methods.
Python’s pothole patcher has been used very successfully and profitably for many years. The new S5000 has several new features, including an ultra-comfortable cab, and an optional electric generator for keeping asphalt warm overnight.
Python Manufacturing Inc. also manufactures a full line of top-quality street sweepers. Find out more about Python and the S5000 pothole patcher by visiting the Python Manufacturing website at www.pythonmfg.com.
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