Flexible, modular systems are featured that meet needs for process automation and sustainability, as well as user-friendliness and economy.
User requirements have been a key focus during the development of these machines according to the firm. For the paving crew, this allows simple machine handling, maximum operating convenience and safety on the job site.
Reduced setup times, improved logistics and greater machine availability are said to deliver ensure fuel economy and reduce material wastage, helping address increasing fuel and materials costs. New automation and control technology provides operator assistance and has been optimised to prevent errors and to increase efficiency and paving quality according to Vӧgele.
Reducing the noise emissions and fuel consumption of Dash 5 pavers while maintaining the same performance helps meet sustainability targets for contractors, while also lowering fuel costs and CO₂ emissions.