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small curbing machine?

Discussion in 'Other Paving Equipment' started by pondo, Jul 3, 2015.

  1. pondo

    pondo Well-Known Member

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    Hi.... got couple sports fields contracts that require 100 linear meter of 200 x 500 mm curbing.
    Looking for supplier of curb machine for doing this rather than wood forming.
    Thxs
     
  2. lantraxco

    lantraxco Senior Member

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  3. Jon_one

    Jon_one Well-Known Member

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    Do those cls machines perform similar to the bigger machines ?
     
  4. curb guy

    curb guy Well-Known Member

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    Same concept, much smaller scale. The 2 most important things, and they are critical, are precise grade and, a good solid base for the machine to run on. Rubber tired machines DO NOT like high grade, and loose, soft base. If those two criteria are met, you should be ok with what you want to do.
     
  5. curb guy

    curb guy Well-Known Member

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  6. nypaving

    nypaving Banned

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    Hey this information is very helpful for me. Thanks for sharing....
     
  7. PipeGuy

    PipeGuy Well-Known Member

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    Check out the curb roller. It is pretty slick
     
  8. Landworks

    Landworks Well-Known Member

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    We use a Miller walk behind curbing machine. I paid for that machine on it's first day. Can't say that for too many things you buy. It's extremely profitable. Miller has a great customer service department that can manufacture any kind of form you can dream of. They are usually around 500.00 and they can make them in a week which is important.