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europian pavers

Discussion in 'Pavers' started by stevinmonteur, Mar 15, 2007.

  1. mobiscreen

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    paving in germany

    paving the A1 near hamburg for bunte with vögele inline and dynapac hot in hot
     

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  2. mobiscreen

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    Sb250

    testing the vögele SB250 screed ( 10,5 - 12 meters) after we mounted extra heating DSC03321.jpg

    vögele 2100-2 ( groeten aan cees h ) with AB300TV
     
  4. mobiscreen

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    mobile feeder

    vögele MT 3000-2 feeder DSC02776.jpg
     
  5. Colorado Digger

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    thanks for the fotos. i am not a blacktop guy but enjoy seeing how you guys do it in europe. i was in alsace/lorraine last winter and enjoyed seeing the differnet excavation and trucking techniques.
    regards, cd
     
  6. muzy

    muzy Well-Known Member

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    Great pics.
    I don't understand the 2 spreaders, one behinde the other? What is the advantage to that? muzy
     
  7. christinecambel

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    Dude, these pics are amazing. I like that they grill on the side of the road. Europeans know how to do it! That machine is a beast.
     
  8. wnydirtguy

    wnydirtguy Well-Known Member

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    very cool pic. why do you have to have insulated dumps? how far in the plant from most jobs?
     
  9. buddy605

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    Is there any thin lifts done or fibermat micro done in Europe