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Asphalt is distributed and laid on surfaces like roads and bridges using asphalt finishers, sometimes referred to as asphalt pavers. Some asphalt finishers are towed by the machine that produces the asphalt, but the majority are self-propelled and diesel-fueled.
An asphalt finisher is made up of a tractor or other forward-moving vehicle, an engine with hydraulic controls and drives, drive wheels or a hopper for receiving asphalt, feeder conveyors, and distribution augers.
Asphalt is laid on sidewalks, parking lots, bridges, and other similar locations using construction equipment called asphalt pavers. Up until heavy road rollers further compact it, it flattens the asphalt and provides light compaction.
The Global Mini asphalt finisher market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Asphalt paver AFT 200-2 from Ammann. The maximum paving width for the compact pavers is 3.1 metres, and their production rates are 300 tonnes per hour. With paving widths as narrow as 250mm, it offers the distinctive AFW 150-2 micro paver.
An updated series of compact asphalt pavers and screeds will be joining the Paving Products Family, as per Caterpillar Inc. The AP400, AP455, AP500, and AP555 asphalt pavers and the SE47 V and SE47 FM asphalt screeds are among the common 8-ft size-class paver and screed combinations.
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