Allen’s RS800 Series roller screeds are designed for highway panel replacements, white topping or airfields.
Allen’s RS800 Series roller screeds are designed for highway panel replacements, white topping or airfields. The RS844 is the first in the new series of spinning tube pavers, a ride-on steerable roller screed powered by a 44-horsepower Kubota turbo diesel engine. The 8-inch-diameter paving tube provides 25 percent more surface contact to the concrete than other roller screeds, providing for a smoother concrete pavement, according to the company. The RS844 is available in widths of 14 to 34 feet, with working widths of 12 to 32 feet. Drive tube and paving tube scrapers eliminate concrete buildup on tubes.
Lightning Strike Concrete Screed has a lightweight design that eliminates the need for extra hands on the job, according to Lura Enterprises.
Introduced at World of Concrete 2009, the roller-compacted concrete (RCC) telescoping screed by Gomaco boasts independent 14-inch dual augers for material spreading, and a high-compaction and dual-tamper bar system with variable speed control for more uniform compaction.
MSP 455 from Allen Engineering is a ride-on trowel with hydraulic power steering with independent manual pitch controls.
AT-16 Power Buggy with track drive features a 27-horsepower Kohler gasoline engine, a 16-cubic-foot bucket capacity, hydraulic dump action with 6 inches of ground clearance when fully dumped, and a 2,500-pound payload capacity.