The Terex Bid-Well 4800 paver excels in standard-duty earthworks: CEG
To fit from a perfectly flat slab, the machine crown points can be manually set at any hinge on the frame, allowing the contractor to establish single or multiple crowns in the +6 slab. % to -1.9%.
the Terex Bid-Well 4800 enables a variety of standard flat job applications with the same ease and efficiency, improving machine utilization and increasing return on investment. At a fraction of the cost of slipform pavers and more economical than laser screeds, the 4800 Automatic Roller Paver enables slab paving projects to be completed quickly, including harbor bridges, urban roads, backdrops of sewage tank, warehouse floors and parking lots, depending on the manufacturer.
The adaptable frame design of the automatic roller paver is the key to quickly paving complex slabs that smell or require variable or inverted crowns. To fit from a perfectly flat slab, the machine crown points can be manually set at any hinge on the frame, allowing the contractor to establish single or multiple crowns in the +6 slab. % to -1.9%. The frame overlaps the rail on four sturdy 6 inch. 6 ” diameter legs and eight bogie clevis rollers, offering a length of 11.5 ‘. (3.5 m) total reach. “Our wide wheelbase helps reduce machine slewing from any slight gap in the rail to help improve surface flatness,” said Dean Johnson, Terex Bid-Well Service Manager.
The 48 inch Terex Bid-Well 4800. The deep (121.9 cm) mesh frame offers standard machine lengths from 36 to 120 ft. (11.0 to 36.6 m) for paving of varying widths from 12 to 116 ft. (3.7 to 35.4 m). Standard 18 ft. (5.5m) truss end segments offer up to 15ft. (4.8m) of leg travel on either side of the machine for variable width paving on the fly, so contractors can vary the paving width up to 30ft. (9.1 m) without rebuilding the lattice frame.
“Contractors using the 4800 said they could pave twice as much concrete in half the time with half the labor than with a 12 ‘paver. (3.7m) wide at a time with a vibrating screed, ”said Larry Eben, District Manager for Terex Bid-Well.
Powered by its own standard 23 hp (17 kW) Tier IV gasoline engine, the 4800’s paving cart rolls along the farm via a heavy-duty dual chain drive. Innovative double spud vibrators transmit vibrations to the edge of the slab and consolidate up to 30 inches. (76.2 cm) concrete. The cart’s automatic pivoting feature ensures that excess concrete is continually pushed forward by the 2.8 inches. 20 cm diameter rotary tapping screws.
The 4800’s Rota-Vibe system reconsolidates the top 2.75 inches (6.9 cm) of concrete, providing a denser, more evenly consolidated surface. Double 5 ft. The 150 cm long finished rollers improve surface smoothness and have independent control of the direction of rotation to adapt to concrete conditions and improve the finish. The machine’s height-adjustable slide deck allows operators to adjust the pressure applied to the concrete surface to provide a better seal.
The 4800 paver has a standard 5 ” opening. Paving cart lift (12.7 cm), allowing it to quickly pass over blockages and obstructions. The machine also features automatic adjustable frame advancements varying from 0 to 17 inches. (0 to 43.2 cm).
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