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  • W_photo_W150CFi_00659_HI.jpg Wirtgen's new recycling technologyWirtgen is offering an array of new technologies for milling, recycling and stabilising applications. These are intended to boost accuracy, versatility and performance. A...
  • WG_photo_Jobsite-Camps-Bay-Drive_00004_PR.jpg Rebuilding a scenic route in South AfricaEquipment from Wirtgen has played a key role in the rehabilitation of a major route in Cape Town. The scenic Camps Bay Drive provides access to Camps Bay and Hout...
  • Bomag-BoppardGermany-PIC1.JPG Germany's B-85 gets the treatment from Bomag's BM 2200/75 planerBy this spring, Bomag's new BM 2200/75 cold planer will have removed all the old pavement from a 2.6km section of Germany's federal highway B-85. Work on the section...
  • W_photo_W210XP_00043_HI.jpg New milling technology from leading playersTwo major manufacturers, Caterpillar and Wirtgen, are introducing new milling machines. Both firms say that these new, high-production units will offer increased output...
  • Asphalt sealant Protecting new asphalt overlayTechniques can help in preventing cracks in underlying layers from penetrating to new surface layers - *Farzad Tooryani. For road repairs involving milling off worn...
  • Bomag RS 500 Productive recycling from BOMAGAccording to BOMAG its powerful new RS500 recyclyer/stabiliser is already proving its worth on construction sites in Germany and France. Every construction site has its...
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