Baker emphasizes that the paver’s size, in combination with four electric screed options, adds to its already versatile design. The paver comes standard with the S-8 vibratory screed, but contractors who pave parking lots and other smaller projects may prefer the lightweight and versatile EZ-III. This hydraulic 8 to 13-foot extension screed features an adjustable angle of attack, adjustable slide track, berm builder, and spring loaded end gates with replaceable runners. A larger and heavier EZ IV screed is also available, along with an Eagle rear-mounted screed for paving longer stretches of road.
A rubber tire version of the paver, model RP-170, is available for contractors who don’t require the additional versatility and maneuverability of a track paver.