Caterpillar Paving Products Inc.

9401 – 85th Avenue North
Minneapolis, MN
US, 55445
  • Phone: (763) 425-4100
  • Fax: (763)493-1490
  • Website: www.cat.com
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Caterpillar Paving Products, a division of Caterpillar, Inc, is an industry leader providing world-class equipment and training for the paving industry. Serving customers through our global Cat® dealer network, Cat paving equipment, parts and service are available from more dealer locations worldwide than any other paving equipment manufacturer.

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Simplicity at the heart of Caterpillar's new utility compactors

Typical applications for Caterpillar's CB1.7 and CB1.8 utility compactors include: bike paths, courtyards, patchwork, parking lots, driveways, town centres, and shoulder work.

Customers expect Cat Paving products to offer machines and services to help them become more efficient and profitable. The company says that these new models do just that by making them easy to operate, simple to transport and quick to service.

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Caterpillar production-class Tandem Vibratory Rollers offer versatile vibratory options including oscillation

Caterpillar's new compactors offer a variety of vibratory options including Oscillatory Vibration, Dual Amplitude, Dual Frequency, Versa Vibe and Five Amplitude systems.

Caterpillar Inc. has added new production-class Tandem Vibratory Rollers to their paving products family. The new models are the CB13, CB15 and CB16. New nomenclature corresponds to the 13-, 15- and 16-ton weight classes they reside in. Furthermore, these models can be equipped with an oscillatory vibration system for excellent application versatility, and offer refinements to the operator controls, water spray system, service access and lighting packages.

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World of Asphalt and AGG1 2018 Show Preview Part 1

World of Asphalt will be held in Houston, Texas, from March 6 to 8 and features educational programming and exhibits focusing on the latest technology and innovations for the asphalt industry. The Agg1 Aggregates Academy & Expo, co-located with World of Asphalt, offers educational sessions and exhibits on the latest developments for the aggregates industry. The following are highlights of products that attendees can expect to see at the shows.

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How to achieve consistent asphalt density

Compaction issues can be caused by a range of factors. Poor drum system maintenance, lack of planning, incorrect equipment selection and inadequate operator training are just some of the factors that can cause problems during the compaction process. Some mixes are more difficult to lay down and compact than others and in those cases experimentation on the job may be the only solution when a mix is being used for the first time.

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FIVE WAYS TO PREVENT ASPHALT RAVELLING

Make asphalt mats last a lifetime

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.

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Caterpillar Adds AP1000F and AP1055F Pavers

AP1055F Paver

Performance improvements and technology with a customer-friendly interface are key benefits of the new F-Series Pavers from Cat Paving Products. Several features help improve fuel economy while maintaining high performance levels. Engine performance is aided by the 167 kw (225 hp) Cat C7.1 ACERT engine, which meets European Stage IV and U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final emissions regulations without sacrificing power. On some F-Series models, a Cat C7.1 engine is also available that meets emissions equivalent to U.S. EPA Tier 3 and E.U. Stage IIIA. It provides power of 186 kW (249 hp).

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Focus On Fundamentals Crucial For Contractor

Mainline production-paving contractors receive much of the industry’s attention, yet there is obviously a need for small- and mid-sized contractors too. They improve the local roads and provide niche services the larger contractors don’t.

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