Thursday | January 18, 2018

paving equipment Archive

Takeuchi fleet management (TFM) system comes standard on the new TL6.

New and Updated Paving Equipment for 2018

World of Asphalt/AGG1 is right around the corner, so original equipment manufacturers (OEMs)...

Conveyor Components’ Model BR Brush

To keep conveyor belts from wearing too soon, cleaning them is a must....

LeeBoy’s 8520 Asphalt Paver

The 8520 asphalt paver from LeeBoy, Lincolnton, North Carolina, may look like the...
The new Cobra 230 impact crusher from EvoQuip worked at the Blue Open Day in July.

New and Updated Production Equipment Focuses on Quality

While some producers in the north already gear up for season shut-down, many...
The command center at Harrison Construction’s Rutledge Pike office gives dispatchers a live view of all operations. This center was updated in the summer of 2017 to include 12 work stations where employees monitor and direct the company’s 50 haul trucks and additional 50 to 100 trucks it hires daily. Photo courtesy Melody Cook of Harrison Construction.

Harrison Construction Tracks Trucks Reliably

For the 2017 paving season, we dive into an essential area of project...
The RS500 from BOMAG Americas has a forward operating speed of up to 164 feet per minute, and uses variable rotor speeds from 100 to 180 rpm to match rotor speed to the application.

New Asphalt Paving Equipment Gallery: September 2017

This month’s issue focuses on the beginning of quality control with good practices...

The KEITH® WALKING FLOOR® Contractor Unloading System

Charging a hopper in a tight space or in a residential area full...
In this staged photo, Steve Murray of Steve Murray Trucking, Hooksett, New Hampshire, demonstrates how some drivers may be required to spray their truck bodies with release agent by hand. The plant may have a station set up before the loadout area where the truck driver will exit the safety of the cab, ascend a platform, and use a wand to lubricate the truck bed. If this is the case, he will wear his safety vest and be aware of his surroundings when out of the truck. There’s no dilly dallying when out of the cab at an active plant. Photo courtesy John Ball, Top Quality Paving & Training, Manchester, New Hampshire.

Save on Costs with Your Professional Guide to Asphalt Mix Delivery, Part 3—An Independent Look at Best Haul Truck Practices

For the 2017 paving season, we dive into an essential area of project...
The engineering team at RoadScience, a Division of ArrMaz in Tulsa, Oklahoma, launched NovaGrip™ in July. The additive is designed to eliminate smoke and fume that are uncomfortable for plant and paving crew personnel, as well as citizens. For more information, contact Ivann Harnish at (918) 960-3851.

Product Gallery: August

Here’s What’s New in Asphalt Production Equipment & Services By the time this...

We Improve America’s Infrastructure with Advanced and Clean Diesel Equipment

From Diesel Technology Forum During the week of May 15 through 19, hundreds...

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