New Wirtgen SP 25i Slipform Paver Introduced at Conexpo-Con/Agg 2014
The new SP 25i concrete slipform paver from Wirtgen America Inc. updates the existing SP 25 with Tier 4 interim-compliant emissions technology, and was introduced at Conexpo-Con/Agg 2014 in Las Vegas.
The Wirtgen SP 25i paves 12 ft. wide, and places barrier/parapet up to 6.5 ft. It also features quick on-site changes to left- or right-side pouring.
The SP 25i differs from the SP 25 only in its engine specifications, with a Deutz TCD 4.1 LD engine generating 154 hp.
The machine’s modular design allows for a wide array of applications with either three or four tracks. It features an Eco mode which matches engine rpm to machine power requirements, thus saving fuel and reducing emissions. Its maximum operating weight is 44,000 lb., depending on configuration and application.
Like the SP 25, the SP 25i features quick on-site changes to left- or right-side pouring. The SP 25i is the ideal candidate for a large variety of special jobs, using either stringline or state-of-the-art Wirtgen AutoPilot 3D control technology.
Mold changes or conversion of the SP 25i from inset to offset configuration can be accomplished quickly and easily on site. An advanced electronic steering and control system ensures that profiles are poured with the highest precision.
Easy and convenient operation of the slipform paver guarantees short training periods and high productivity.
For further information, please contact:
Wirtgen America, Inc.
6030 Dana Way
Antioch, TN 37013
WIRTGEN AMERICA Inc., Nashville, is the North American headquarters of the WIRTGEN GROUP, the single-source marketer of the world's most technologically advanced lines of asphalt reclaiming/recycling, concrete slipform, and surface mining equipment from WIRTGEN, asphalt and soil compactors from HAMM, asphalt pavers from VÖGELE, and construction materials processing equipment from KLEEMANN.
Reinhard Wirtgen, founder of WIRTGEN GROUP, was honored as one of the "Top 100 Private Sector Transportation Design & Construction Professionals of the 20th Century" by the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA).