Equipment Type

 Slipforms, Concrete Paving

products

Max Package option for the 5700-C paver outfits the machine with larger crawlers and repositionable right post.

Terex's Bid-Well automated sidewalk roller attaches to the carriage roller frame of a Bid-Well 3600 or 4800 bridge paver, eliminating the need for an additional engine.

Terex CMI Series 6 concrete slipform paving kit replaces typical nut-and-bolt connections with a wedge/pin locking system, reducing downtime from width changes, the company says.

Terex Roadbuilding's B-Series SF-2204B HVW (hydraulic variable width) concrete slipform paver is designed with a 48-inch pan profile length and features two-speed, variable-displacement drive motors to provide travel speeds to 90 feet per minute.

Mixer Systems now handles distribution for the Roteco line of German-made slipform concrete production equipment and related products.

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