Caterpillar's CB22B, CB24B, CB24B XT, CB32B, CB34B, CB34B XW, CC24B and CC34B compactors aim to improve efficiency in the 1.8 mt to 5 mt size class with better visibility, increased drum diameters, multiple frequency vibratory systems and optional ballast additions on some models.
The Hamburg type dual arm wheel tracker is widely used to evaluate the resistance to rutting and moisture susceptibility of asphalt mixtures following either AASHTO-T324, State standards or EN 12697-22. Specimens can be prepared in the laboratory, or cores taken from the road can be used. Loaded steel or rubber wheels track a sample under regulated load, speed and temperature, while the development of the rut is constantly monitored and recorded throughout the test.
A high quality machine with which the user can easily and safely obtain accurate, repeatable results day after day, the Superpave Gyratory Compactor features automatic mold insertion and retraction on side table which allows cooling time before extraction without loss of compaction time (especially important for rubberized asphalt).
Hauck offers the BCS6500 single burner control systems for the aggregate drying industry.
Fiber optic technology reduces dependence on heavy, expensive multi-conductor copper control cable
Two panel units are joined by lightweight, inexpensive 62.5/125 multimode fiber optic cable utilizing ST connectors which eliminates the bulky copper multi conductor control cable and reduces the potential theft of copper control wire