Slipform special jobs like bycycle paths, traffic barriers or kerbs
For offset slipforming, material is normally transferred to the filling hopper from a concrete mixer truck. This material is transferred to the offset slipform mounted on the side of the paver by either a pivotable conveyor belt or a pivotable screw conveyor. The slipform produces the monolithic profile as the offset paver moves forward. The range of possible shapes and sizes is immense, from such common shapes as the New Jersey profile to customized solutions.
Economically efficient method
Offset applications extend from roadway edgings and crash barriers with a maximum height of 2 m to narrow paths. Offset paving is quick and efficient when compared to manual placement of prefabricated elements.