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Volvo EX2: World’s First Fully Electric Compact Excavator

On May 16, Volvo Construction Equipment showed off a prototype of the EX2,...
BOMAG’s RS500 with FLEXMIX

BOMAG’s RS500 with FLEXMIX

Sometimes an owner/agency requires full depth reclamation of a pavement. Sometimes the pavement—and...
The front-mounted Vogele VF 500 extending screed features high stability for maximum evenness, according to the manufacturer.

New Paving and Pavement Maintenance Equipment This Season

While many original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) launched new equipment models during CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017...
The RapiDeploy portable crusher from Eagle Crusher has built-in, retractable conveyors, and a hydraulic lift and leveling system to enable quick set-up and tear-down.

New Asphalt Production Equipment, Technology Improve Bottom Lines

  Whether it was on display at CONEXPO-CON/AGG in March or released in...
GSSI's PaveScan RDM Asphalt Density Assessment Tool

GSSI’s PaveScan RDM Asphalt Density Assessment Tool

  Achieving proper density is key to avoiding premature failures in your pavement....
Attendees flocked to see the world’s first 3D-printed excavator.

ConExpo Tech Experience Pavilion Shows Future Engines, Machines

  As you’ve seen throughout this New Products edition of AsphaltPro, original equipment...
Original Equipment Manufacturers are working to deploy technology that makes the operator’s life easier. Push-button controls in the control house, on operator panels and on hand-held remotes offer wider range of motion for some workers, as well as simpler equipment operation.

Asphalt Industry OEMs Target What Each Operator Needs

While they tackled placing large Tier 4 engines, after-treatment systems and diesel exhaust...
Tips for Universal Compaction

Top Tips for Universal Compaction

Getting your best compaction on a project only happens when the equipment is...
In contrast to the paving crews of 70 years ago, the Lehman-Roberts team employs a Shuttle Buggy feeding a hopper insert to facilitate continuous paving. To help the Shuttle Buggy operator hit his mark, the team has green LEDs strategically mounted on the sides of the paver hopper and shining like a bullseye on the insert’s center. This kind of visual guidance system helps haul truck drivers backing for delivery and helps Shuttle Buggy operators charging hoppers as well.

Lehman-Roberts Company Paves our Future

How to prepare a new generation of leaders for success in the asphalt...

Find Asphalt Exhibitors at ConExpo in Vegas

The largest construction-related tradeshow in the United States boasts more square footage and...

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