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December 2017

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December 2017 | 52 highway contractor | continued Rollers GOMACO GP4 Slipform paver can pave 40 feet wide The 2017 GP4 is a slipform paver capable of paving a 40-foot width. It features a dual-telescoping roller frame with Smart Cylinders and Smart Telescoping for accurate frame widening and automatic width refer- ence for easy steering setup. The roller frame telescopes up to 7 feet on each side for 14 feet total. It features Smart Pivot Arms for leg positioning and Smart Track Steering technology. The Extreme Steering capabilities work with the G+ control system for track location and position identifi cation. Case DV23CC and DV26CC: small-frame combo vibratory rollers Case CE has introduced two new combination vi- bratory fi nish rollers on a small frame. Designed to deliver high maneuverability and visibility, they're equipped with the same control features found on larger counterparts. The machines are intended for work on walkways, residential driveways, bike paths, tennis courts, small parking lots and other small- and mid-size applications. The DV23CC and DV26CC rollers feature a front drum and rear pneumatic tires. Inline drums come with a tapered edge and high curb clearance to help in con- fi ned spaces, as well as adjustable scrapers, automatic vibration control and a pressurized water system. An iso-mounted platform reduces vibration and fatigue. The seats slide laterally to pro- vide operator visibility on each side of the drum. The machines feature a 31.5-horse- power Tier 4 Interim engine, standard dual frequencies of 3,480/3,960 vpm and an automatic vibra- tion control system. Dynapac's CC950D small project tandem asphalt roller; new colors Dynapac offers a small project tandem asphalt roller with its CC950D for bicycle paths, narrow roads, small parking lots and other hard-to-reach asphalt compaction applications. The CC950D offers 38-inch- wide drums with a "high clearance" designed to al- low it to work near curbs. The front drum vibrates at 4,200 vpm, or 70 Hz, while the rear drum is static. Dynapac added shock absorbers on the rear drum and designed "ergonomically positioned" steps to give the operator more comfortable access. It fea- tures standard foldable rollover protection system (ROPS) framing for low-clearance transport. The 20-horsepower Tier 4 Final engine is a water- cooled, 3-cylinder, 4-stroke Kubota D722-E4B-KEA-2. Dynapac machines will also shed their former yellow color to sport red, white and gray, refl ecting new ownership by the Fayat Group. The fi rst in this new color scheme is the sixth-generation CC1100/1200 compact asphalt tandem rollers.

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