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Structural rigidity at extended paving widths
Posted By admin On April 3, 2008 @ 12:00 am In Boomerang | No Comments
Built for highway, industrial and airport paving, the Terex SF3500B Series concrete slipform pavers have a 26-inch main frame tubing to offer improved structural rigidity at extended paving widths. With the capability of telescoping up to 8 feet from one side of the paver, the machine can deliver nearly zero deflection paving, according to the company. The vibration manifold is mounted directly to the paving kit, reducing the total vibrator hose length by nearly 500 feet at a standard 24-foot paving width. This also helps improve visibility, reduces heat and lessens tear-down time. The manifold™s 3,000-psi, high-pressure spinner fittings offer leak-free disconnects.
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