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Terex CMI

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.

March 01, 2007

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. Benefits include a smoother ride, shorter hydraulic hose assemblies, and lower mobilization expenses. Enclosed box construction makes the frame 24 percent stronger than traditional Terex CMI kits, the company says. The kit offers widths from 12 to 38 feet and is available for SF3500B and SF 6004 series pavers.

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