Equipment

Cedarapids CR662RM Roadmix MTV and Paver

BOMAG

July 20, 2016 - Equipment

<p><em>Photo courtesy of BOMAG</em></p>

The rubber track Cedarapids CR662RM RoadMix from BOMAG is designed as both a material transfer vehicle (MTV) and paver to increase utilization rates. It features a new 260-hp Tier 4 Final Cummins diesel engine.

Featuring a low, 21-PSI fully loaded ground contact pressure, the CR662RM can be used on all paving lifts, including the critical base layer, to virtually eliminate all forms of material and thermal segregation. The RoadMix machine does not cause rutting on the base layer, can cross bridges fully loaded, and is transported to the jobsite like a 10-ft. paver.

Replacing the traditional in-hopper slat delivery system, the Remix Anti-Segregation System delivery augers now feature hard-faced back sides to increase wear life. The two sets of two variable-pitch, counter-rotating augers uniformly draw down material from inside the hopper to remix 100% of the asphalt to combat segregation at the jobsite. Auger pitch spacing transitions from 10 inches at the front of the hopper to 12 inches at the rear to quickly channel material to the transfer conveyor or screed. This design results in throughput capacities in excess of 600 tons per hour whether equipped as a paver or MTV.

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