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Products Snapshot: Asphalt Paver, Temporary Guardrail System and Riding Trowel

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The Dynapac FT1000T tracked asphalt paver is able to deliver 600 tons per hour of asphalt to a screed to lay mats up to 12 in. deep on new placements. The paver is powered by a 230-hp Cummins QSB-220 Tier 3 diesel engine at 1,800 rpm. It has dual swing-out operator stations and a low deck for better visibility of the hopper and auger. The paver has a Sauer drive system, with a manual override on the cartridge valves. Dynapac; 800-732-6762; www.dynapac.us
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ENR's weekly look at construction products and gadgets includes a new asphalt paver from Dynapac, ParaShield's temporary guardrail system, a riding trowel from Allen and DeWalt's wearable backing flap discs. Click the image for the full products slide show.

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