All Asphalt Batch Equipment Articles
As road projects around Europe appear to be growing in number, leading manufacturers are producing new generation machines to meet the need
Cold in-situ recycling techniques are proving their worth around the world in the rehabilitation of asphalt roads, and machine control and monitoring technologies are delivering greater efficiency in the concrete and asphalt sectors alike.
German manufacturer buys 70% stake in Mülheim-based producer of asphalt mixing plants
Faster production, quicker set up and lower emissions – mixing technology is moving forward at a rapid pace.
Two new trailer-mounted mixing plants will be on show at ConExpo-Con/AGG 2014, as well as new compaction machines and pavers
Guntert & Zimmerman to showcase updated texture cure machine, slipform paver and new remote monitoring technology
ADM’s new EX Series is designed to be a safe, compact asphalt plant for low to medium production requirements
Increasing the use of recycled materials is a key focus for the mixing technology industry.
Manufacturers’ monitoring, documentation and telematics systems for road building equipment have reached a level where they could deliver massive savings for contractors.
Ammann's focus for Bauma is on the launch of the Stage IIIB/Tier 4 motorised compaction machines and new asphalt plants
Acquisition of 70% stake in road building equipment specialist Gujarat Apollo Industries’ plant and equipment business marks entry to Indian market
Swiss-based group introduces redesigned range of lightweight tandem rollers, plus latest technology
New big and small asphalt rollers will feature alongside Ammann's asphalt and concrete batching plants
The all-in-one Swift vehicle for pothole repairs will be among the new machines on display.
Bomag president Jörg Unger talks to Helen Wright about being a global player and meeting the needs of a vast range of customers.
Fast set up times have always been important for mixing plants, but now the technology also has to cope with a wide range of recipes and new approaches to materials.
Recycled materials, warm mix asphalt and minimum compaction can save time and money for contractors as well as reduce the environmental impact of road building.
The road building sector is continuing its drive towards greater efficiency, more accurate monitoring and the increased use of recycled materials.
Ammann's stand will feature new mixing plants for the asphalt and concrete industry.