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In-cab backhoe attachment for skid steers increases producitivity

The design of the new EDGE In-Cab Backhoe for skid steers allows the operator to remain in the comfort and protection of the cab, operate all of the backhoe functions including vertical stabilizers, side-shift, boom extension, swing, dipper and bucket, as well as the ability to move the machine as needed. Without ever leaving the cab, operators will experience more productivity as they are able to increase cycle times in any trenching application.  

The EDGE In-Cab Backhoe is easy to assemble and basically consists of installing new cylinder pins, attaching the top and bottom mounts, connecting to the skid steer loader and securing arm hooks. Steps on the backhoe frame make it easy to get in and out of the cab. Once seated, the control assembly tips back and all of the controls for the backhoe and the skid loader are conveniently at your fingertips.

Features of the new EDGE In-Cab Backhoe include a powerful digging depth of 9’4” (2850 mm), an extended reach of 10’11” (3340 mm), pivot rotation of 180 degrees and a maximum angle of bucket rotation of 206 degrees. Vertical stabilizers and 40” (1016 mm) side-shift features allow operators to dig next to buildings, fence lines or other obstacles. Cushioned swing pads at three points offer smooth stop at maximum swing and stick retract.

This new EDGE In-Cab Backhoe fits up to most Gehl and Mustang skid steer loaders and comes standard with auxiliary hydraulics, hoses and flat face couplers. Buckets are available in 12” (300 mm), 16” (400 mm), 20” (500 mm) and 24” (600 mm) for any size trenching job.

See the new EDGE In-Cab Backhoe attachment, along with many other attachments and accessories on the website at www.ceattachments.com or call our friendly attachment experts toll free at 866-232-8224.

See the new EDGE In-Cab Backhoe Product Announcement, Spec Sheet and Video at www.ceattachments.com.

 

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TanGO rear-drum tangential oscillation increases roller’s flexibility

The BOMAG BW190ADO-5 tandem vibratory roller offers traditional front-drum vibration and BOMAG TanGO rear-drum tangential oscillation, increasing the machine’s flexibility. With TanGO, vibration forces are always directed horizontally, and the drum maintains continuous ground contact, so the roller delivers efficient compaction results after only a few passes. Reaching beyond traditional highway and roadway projects, the versatile BW190ADO-5 roller can be used to compact more sensitive applications such as working within close proximity to buildings and on bridge structures.

The BW190ADO-5 offers a mainline 78.3-inch (1,990mm) rolling width. The TanGO vibration system is built on careful coordination of exciter system to drum weight ratios to deliver optimum compaction performance. The rear drum boasts a highly wear resistant drum wrapper surface, covered by an eightyear/ 8,000-operating-hour warranty, ensuring years of reliable service with low operating costs.

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Roadtec RP-195e features anti-segregation design

Roadtec’s powerful, rubber-track highway class RP-195e paver now comes with a Cummins QSB 6.7 230-hp (172 kW) Tier 4 Final compliant diesel engine.

This paver contains Roadtec’s exclusive anti-segregation design which encompasses the feed tunnel, feed tunnel discharge and rear augers. The fully oscillating bogies and smooth tread aid this paver in laying a smoother mat. Not only does this machine excel in paving performance, but it also contains features that greatly improve operator comfort.

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MOBA-matic levelling system with new temperature sensor

MOBA Mobile Automation AG’s MOBA- matic levelling system for asphalt pavers now has a material temperature sensor that displays to the MOBA-matic II control panel in real time while paving is in progress.

The temperature sensors can be installed with a magnetic mount at different positions on the paver, either in the hopper to monitor temperature on delivery, or in the area of the screed. The material temperature is measured throughout the paving process. This process will work best where agitated material can be measured.

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ROAD BUILDERS SEE BIG GAINS IN PERPETUAL PAVEMENT

A perpetual pavement is a multi-layer design consisting of a renewable surface layer, a strong, rut-resistant intermediate layer, and a flexible, fatigue resistant rich-bottom layer.

Designed to last a minimum of 50 years, perpetual pavements initially cost approximately 30 percent more than conventional road structures but deliver numerous advantages, notably reduced costs for road rehabilitation over the long term.

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FIVE WAYS TO PREVENT ASPHALT RAVELLING

Ravelling is one of the most common, but easily preventable failure modes of asphalt pavements. Ravelling occurs as individual aggregate particles dislodge from the pavement surface downward. It usually starts with the loss of fine aggregate (fines) and advances to the loss of larger aggregate sizes.

A ravelling pavement will deteriorate in an exponential manner, meaning that deterioration will become progressively faster with time. A ravelling pavement will initially lose fines, leaving a pock-marked surface texture, followed by the loss of larger aggregate sizes leading to a rough surface texture with large, exposed aggregate, eventually resulting in the loss of the entire lift of asphalt pavement.

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Vögele i-Series is Next Generation of Vision Pavers

The tracked Vision 5200-2i – shown earlier this year at World of Asphalt 2015 with a VF 600 screed -- and wheeled Vision 5203-2i pavers are designed especially for the requirements of the North American market. These versatile pavers are suitable for urban applications, as well as for highway, airport and commercial work.

The tracked Vision 5200-2i has a maximum paving width of 28 ft., with a maximum laydown rate of 1,300 tph, and a transport width of 10 ft., while the wheeled 5203-2i has a maximum paving width of 25 ft., 6 in., with the same maximum laydown rate of 1,300 tph, and transport width of 10 ft.

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Process Heating Company’s Clean-Operating Electric Heat Helps Asphalt Plants Meet Sustainability Goals

Process Heating Company’s Lo-Density Unitized Storage Tank Heaters provide unique environmental benefits that can help asphalt producers achieve sustainability goals, including NAPA’s Diamond Achievement Commendation and its new Diamond Achievement Sustainable Commendation.

Electric heat is safe, consistent and friendly to the environment because it heats without combustion or emissions, and it eliminates a source of fuel spills. Electric heat offers 100% energy efficiency because all of the energy is used to heat, when compared to the inefficient burning of fossil fuels. In addition, the efficiency will always be 100%, even after many years of operation, without costly maintenance. Electric heat also eliminates stacks that must be monitored for emissions, along with eliminating air quality and boiler permits that must be pursued and maintained. Unitized Heaters can be interfaced and coordinated with other plant electrical equipment so that the load of the heaters can be reduced to base rates, thus preventing increased demand charges or peak-use rates and lowering consumption cost.

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Versatile Vögele Screeds For 10-, 8-ft. Vision Pavers

Versatile front- and rear-mount screeds for 10-ft. and 8-ft. Vögele Vision pavers provide high productivity for asphalt contractors. Designed specifically for the line of Vögele Vision pavers, the front-mount VF 600 and rear-mount VR 600 screeds are utilized with the new 10-ft. Vision 5200-2i tracked paver, and the 10-ft. Vision 5203-2i wheeled paver.

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Hamm HD+ i-Series Rollers are Tier 4i-Compliant

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Topcon Expands Options For Soil and Asphalt Compaction Control

Topcon Positioning Group has announced the C-63 intelligent compaction (IC) control solution is now available for aftermarket integration into soil and asphalt roller systems.

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