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GOMACO's high-production truss-mounted screed features unique vibratory system

The screed is economical for projects with widths up to 104 feet

GOMACO's high-production truss-mounted screed features unique vibratory system

GOMACO has introduced a high-production truss-mounted screed for paving bridge decks, flat slabs and floors. 

The new high-production screed can advance up to four feet (1.2 m) in a single pass, drastically reducing finishing time and providing savings on concrete delivery costs and total project labour. It features a 5.7-foot-long (1.7 m) leading auger with a high-production strike-off action that reduces the number of puddlers needed out front. A five-foot-long (1.5 m) finishing cylinder, directly behind the auger, compacts and finishes the concrete in a single pass. A six foot (1.8 m) trailing screed provides the final finish to the surface of the concrete with a unique GOMACO-designed vibratory system.

The high-production screed with a patent-pending design for tilt and skew is mounted to the GOMACO C-450 truss system. The new mount is instrumental for the optional 3D package to finish to a 3D design model. The new GOMACO screed system now allows contractors to economically finish city streets, concrete floors, bridge decks, tunnels and canals at widths up to 104 feet (31.7 m). 

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121 E. State Highway 175
Ida Grove, IA
US, 51445


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