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Jul

Dynapac upgrades business paver sequence with new engines, screeds, controls

Dynapac FC1700C

Dynapac has launched the second era of its business class pavers, with upgraded engines, controls and screeds.

The three fashions within the new lineup are the FC1700C, FC1400 II and FC1300 II.

 

FC1700C

The FC1700C replaces the FC1600C and is supplied with a bigger, 120-horsepower Tier 4 Closing Cummins engine. It’s designed to be versatile and deal with such tasks as massive parking heaps and rural roads. It could pave at eight or 15.5 toes with out the necessity to shovel asphalt on the finish gates.

The corporate says the paver affords best-in-class hopper visibility. Operators can pave one-third farther earlier than reloading the hopper with the paver’s decrease conveyor dumping top and bigger 9.5-ton hopper capability.

The paver additionally has best-in-class paving high quality and density behind the screed, on account of its 4,500-pound VF0816 screed and mounted 4 auger system, the corporate says. Dynapac says its “fail-safe screed heating system” results in uninterrupted heating to the screed plates.

The tracks are wider, at 14 inches, for higher traction when paving on delicate surfaces. Dynapac says it added operator controls which might be extra intuitive and put shade shows on each consoles. The shows embrace screed warmth and pile top controls. A “Pave/Resume” characteristic returns computerized feed and journey features to the earlier state when stopped for truck trade.

Different commonplace options embrace hydraulic screed crown, hydraulic screed extension top and slope, heated finish gates and Dynalink telematics system.

 

FC1400C II

The mid-sized paver now has a 74-horsepower Tier 4 Closing Cummins engine that doesn’t require diesel exhaust fluid.

The 3,200-pound VF0814 screed affords best-in-class density and mat high quality and reduces the necessity for a number of passes, the corporate says.

It has a screed-mounted 4 auger system and may pave at 14 toes large. The screed comes commonplace with electrical heating as a substitute of the gas-heated model on the earlier mannequin. The warmth system has a 12-kilowatt generator that’s hooked up on to the diesel engine for a quicker warmth cycle and elevated effectivity.

 

FC1300C II

This paver is designed for small driveway or patching jobs. It runs on a 24-horsepower Kubota Tier 4 Closing engine. The paver includes a tilt hopper and impartial circulate gates.