paving train

paving train

An assemblage of equipment designed to place and finish a concrete pavement.
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The new version of PCS900 further automates the paving train by enabling contractors to use GNSS-based positioning, in conjunction with a base station, to steer the machine and control the machine's elevation according to a 3D model.
A permanent paving train, organized by the country in 1976, assisted to build modern urban village with all necessary production and social infrastructure: new roads, houses, other objects.
By eliminating edge drying, contractors gain efficiency in longer paving trains and drum roller passes.