Better Roads

February 2014

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Better Roads February 2014 31 7H[W,1)2WRRUYLVLWZZZEHWWHUURDGVFRPLQIR Honda GXR120 Rammer engine Honda Power Equipment's GXR120 Rammer engine is designed for heavy-duty rammer applications, has a displacement of 121 cc and can power 110- to 175-pound rammers at various altitudes. Features include a cast-iron cylinder sleeve; dual-bar bearing; high-carbon steel; recoil starter; fan cover; overhead camshaft (OHC); maintenance-free, low-noise timing belt; com- pact muffler; lubrication system with dual-breather chamber; heavy-duty recoil starter; automatic decompression system and oil alert. Case 1221F wheel loader Case Construction Equipment's 1221F wheel loader, the largest in the company's F Series, features a 11.9-liter Tier 4 Interim, cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR) engine with diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) and diesel particulate filter (DPF) with clean-burning power. Designed for heavy applications, the 66,800-pound machine has bucket sizes ranging from 6.3 to 7.8 cubic yards, four programmable power modes, dual-mode shutdown feature and is available in Z-bar and extended-reach (XR) configurations. Terex Bid-Well 4800 paver Terex Bid-Well has updated its 4800 paver by adding barrier brackets, swing legs and a universal hydraulically powered crown. The brackets pick the rail off of the deck, assist with finishing and can be customized to fit over parapet wells; the swing legs can be turned upside down to increase the wall height by 4 to 5 feet; and the universal hydraulic crown sup- ports the paver during skewing or standard paving. Cool-Crete Technology's Cool-Crete concrete Cool-Crete Technology Group's new Cool-Crete concrete is designed to eliminate the harmful effects of hydra- tion, offer longer life and improve appearance. Made of portland cement, sand and stone, the concrete eliminates the first-phase heat of hydration when the concrete cures, reducing porosity.

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