Fixed-width screeds from VÖGELE deliver absolutely high-quality, perfectly even results. Their strengths come to the fore when laying down asphalt across pave large widths and thick base courses. The SB 350 Fixed-Width Screed was specially designed for the SUPER 3000-3(i). They offer a wide range of applications, covering pave widths of 3.5 m to 18 m and layer thicknesses of up to 50 cm.Show more Show less
VÖGELE sets standards in compaction values during paving: cutting-edge technology and the most advanced materials guarantee the outstanding performance and reliability of VÖGELE compaction technology. This applies to all VÖGELE compacting systems, from vibrators all the way to the VÖGELE high compaction system with tamper and pressure bars.
The pressure bar(s) driven by pulsed-flow hydraulics are the core of VÖGELE High Compaction Technology. By combining screed versions TP1, TP2 and TP2 Plus with this unique technology, our pavers achieve maximum compaction values. Compaction performances of over 98% can be achieved with VÖGELE’s unique high compaction technology – without rolling.
A correctly set tamper stroke is a key factor in both compaction result and the floating behaviour of screeds. Hydraulic tamper stroke adjustment allows operators to set the ideal tamper stroke for the paving task in question quite simply at the touch of a button.
VÖGELE has put its faith in electric screed heating for decades. This extensive experience, in combination with continuous further development, means that VÖGELE screeds are now brought to temperature quickly and evenly.
VÖGELE screeds feature leading-edge technology made possible by state-of-the-art production processes. The first of these processes, the precision cutting to shape of extremely wear-resistant sheet steel, takes place on laser cutting stations. Robots which operate continuously to a consistently high standard ensure long-lasting, stable welds.
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