2015 ROADTEC EAGLE 10 for sale POA
|Title||2015 ROADTEC EAGLE 10|
|Max paving width - mm||7,900|
The latest in screed technology and heavy duty structural design are combined to bring you this top-of-theline series. Heated, vibratory rear extensions let you achieve smoothness specs with ease. Thanks to the exclusive Roadtec subframe, the time it takes to remove the screed plate is half that of conventional designs. And reversible, U-shaped plates provide longest wear life. Those are just a few of the advantages of an Eagle screed. Add superior control features and better visibility, and you can't go wrong with this one.
Eagle Screed Highlights
Trailing (rear-mounted) extensions favor more even compaction across the mat. It's the preferred design to use when consistent mat density is key. The Eagle rear-mounted vibratory hydraulic extensions move on dual guide tubes and greaseless Teflon® bushings. Both edges of the Eagle screed plate are curved. You can turn the plate around for a fresh leading edge and twice the wear life. That's true of extension plates, too. Adjustable pre-strikeoffs on the main screed and the extensions come in especially handy for thin-lift paving. The Eagle 8 end gates can be swung in for shipping to narrow the load to 8 feet (2.5 meters).
Eagle Extension Options
Paving width without bolt-on extensions is 15'-6" (4.7 m) for the Eagle 8, and for the Eagle 10 it's 19'-6" (5.9 m). We offer bolt-on right-hand and left-hand extensions for both the Eagle 8 and the Eagle 10 in the following length: 16
inches and 28 inches (40 - 71 cm). Please see the table on the last page for maximum paving widths for each model. One or 2-foot (28-56 cm) cutoff shoes are also offered in right-hand and left-hand versions, and notched wedge joint attachments are available.
Contact Astec Australia today for more information on this product.
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