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Wirtgen introducing new concrete paver range

Four basic models have been announced at present, the SP92, SP92i,
SP94 and SP94i, although with the range of options and features
available, the capabilities offered will be extensive.Paving widths for
the machines now range from 2-9.5m, increasing the maximum width and
allowing these units to handle a wider array of slipforming tasks than
the earlier SP80 Series models. The SP92 is powered by a diesel
delivering 224kW that meets the Stage IIIA/Tier 3 emissions standards,Vibratory Roller Prices
and is suited for applications in emergent markets where there is no
access to clean fuels free from sulphur. Meanwhile the SP92i variant is
powered by a Stage IV/Tier 4 Final compliant diesel delivering 231kW for
customers in North America and the EC. Both variants run on twin tracks
that are 2.675m long by 350mm wide. Maximum paving thicknesses of
350-450mm can be achieved depending on the set-up, while machine weights
can vary from 30-45tonnes, due to the wide array of options and
configurations available.


The SP94 is also powered by a 224kW diesel that meets Stage IIIA/Tier
3 requirements for emergent markets, with the SP94i driven by the same
231kW Stage IV/Tier 4 Final compliant diesel as the SP92i. The SP94 and
SP94i slipform pavers run on four tracks, with two different size
options available and due to the wide range of configuration options,
working weights can range from 30-65tonnes. Customers can specify the
machines with tracks that are 1.2m long by 300mm wide or 1.385m long by
350mm wide. The steering is digitally controlled,car type road crack repair machine

to ensure the SP94 and SP94i can track precisely around curves.

So as to meet the paving needs of different customers, the SP90
series machines can work with either dry or wet mixes. To further ensure
accurate tracking when operating under load and around tight curves,
the new machines have Wirtgen’s Wi-Steer and Wi-Control systems. The
machines are available with the firm’s standardised 3D interface,Mumbai highway machinery company

allowing the customer to select a machine control system from different suppliers.


The increased engine performance from all four models also comes with
improved fuel economy, due in part to the Eco Mode feature that
optimises engine speed for the duty cycle. The modular design is said to
allow the machines to be configured in a wide range of layouts,hot asphalt pavement recycling equipment videos

so as to meet paving needs. Other features include a fast-responding
electronic slope control to ensure the machines keep the paving work to
the required grade, as well as ease of transportation and low working

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