The MOBA MCA-2000 roller system supports roller drivers when compacting by measuring the asphalt temperature and monitoring the number of the repeated passes over the pavement. Incorrect compaction is prevented in this manner.
Networking of the machines with their positional data ensures that the rollers compact the material at locations with the appropriate temperature range.
Potential savings combined with higher quality
With ASPHALT, time and money can be saved because a time buffer is no longer necessary, unnecessary transport trips are avoided and no redundant material is delivered or used. An additional bonus: All data can be automatically recorded and documented. ASPHALT also offers large potential for saving to communities, urban and rural areas: Thanks to the high quality of the roads the maintenance costs sink, repairs become more seldom or are only necessary at greater time intervals.
If the service life of roads is increased by just 10%, this already means an annual savings volume of €4.5 billion in Europe. This also means that fewer resources are consumed.
The number of traffic jams on highways — 15% of which are caused by construction sites in Germany, thus making them the second most frequent cause of traffic jams (after traffic overload) — is reduced. Carbon dioxide emissions, and hence environmental pollution, are reduced. Since unevenness of the road surface — which causes aquaplaning — is prevented, road traffic safety is improved.