Dynapac is offering new pavers to meet future emissions requirements
Dynapac continues to improve its pavers
Dynapac continues to innovate with its paver range, following from previous developments in 2010 and 2011. The firm says it is now improving the operator´s environment and transport sizes, as well as gearing up to meeting future exhaust emission regulations. The firm introduced six new tracked asphalt pavers with paving widths of 2-14m. Of these, the four sophisticated PLC-controlled pavers SD2500 C / SD2500 CS / SD2550 C / SD2550 CS are designed to meet the needs of contractors, communities and rental companies around the world. The SD2500CS, SD2550C and SD2550CS are being offered with exhaust emission technology meeting the Tier 4 interim / Stage IIIB regulations.
The SD models feature slideable operator platforms and an optional safe-impact-system. The latest improvements include an optional weather-protected operator area. This is said to fully protect operating staff against all weather conditions and has a hardened front screen including three wiper blades, large hinged side windows and plexiglass screens on the lower left and right part of the platform. A newly designed entrance step together with storing boxes and a lockable cover for the dashboard with bigger colour display meet the expectations of Dynapac´s future customers. Improved visibility is claimed with the optional energy saving LED working lights, which replace standard halogen units. Also improving visibility is a new camera system and this is particularly suited to working with big hopper inserts and mobile feeders. The camera can be mounted wherever required, and the images can be watched on the new larger colour display. Each of the new models is powered by a Cummins QSB 6.7 water-cooled turbo-diesel engine, with power ratings from 110-194kW depending on the paver model. Equipped with screeds, the pavers weigh 18.5-19.6tonnes.
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