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Product Snapshot: Hydraulic-Powered Riding Trowel and Slipform Paver Bar Inserter

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Previously available only on the 5400 Series mold, the 5400 Series bar inserter is now available on 3100 and 5000 Series molds on Gomaco slipform concrete pavers. The bar inserter loads from the work bridge on the back of the paver and inserts the bar in front of the mold. When the inserter is mounted on the mold, changes to the crown profile can be made while still maintaining constant bar depth in the concrete. Guides on the side of the bar inserter keep each bar parallel to the top of the slab. The Gomaco G+ control system is used to control the process and timing of the bar insertion. Gomaco; 800-831-2320;
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This week we look at a new riding trowel from Allen Engineering and a new accessory for Gomaco slipform pavers. Click on the image to begin the slide show.


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