Slipform pavers take the spotlight at Power Curber’s CONEXPO-CON/AGG exhibit
At CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2023, Power Curbers Companies will exhibit the Power Curber 5700-D, a concrete slipform machine. The 5700-D can handle curb and gutter work, highway safety barriers, irrigation ditches, sidewalks, and other special applications. The compact size of the 5700-D makes tight jobs easier, and the upgraded SlipSmart control solution provides contractors with ideal levels of responsiveness, simplicity, and precision.
The Power Curber 7700, a multipurpose slipform machine, will also be on display. It is ideal for large barriers, variable barriers, bridge parapets, ditches, and road paving applications up to 25 feet wide. The machine's flexibility means it can handle custom designs for many other types of larger offset applications.
In addition to the 5700-D and 7700, Power Curbers will also showcase their most popular slipform paver, the Power Paver SF-2700. This two-track model can pave between 12 to 27 feet with a low profile and narrow side clearance. It features simple controls, ideal operator visibility, and the ability to transport without disassembly, making it ideal for low-speed applications.
The 5700-D, 7700, and SF-2700 are stringless capable and compatible with Leica, Topcon, and Trimble 3-D systems.
In 2023, Power Curbers is celebrating the 70th anniversary of its cub machine created in 1953. These original machines, extruders used in forming small curbs, are still manufactured as the Power Curber 150 extruder. The 150 extruder is ideal for small, surface-mounted curbs on paved or heavily compacted surfaces. At CONEXPO-CON/AGG, Power Curbers will feature a first-generation 150 extruder from 1953 in addition to the model currently in production.
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