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A streamlined offset slipform paver designed for creating uniform structures and slim walkways and curbers.

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Special Production Vibrators

Hydraulic Design

Cooling System


Why curbs are made?

Curbs are used to separate sidewalks and medians from the road, especially in the construction industry. These structural elements help to direct rainwater from the road surface towards the infrastructure, thus preventing puddling on the roads and allowing water to flow in an orderly manner. Usually made of durable materials such as concrete or granite, curbs are important for both infrastructural functionality and aesthetics. 


Exhaust emissions category

EU Stage 3 / US Tier 3

Number of track units


Operating weight, CE

5400 kg


4 I

Hydraulic height adjustment

400 mm

Max. working speed

10 m/min.

Max. travel speed

15 m/min.

Max. mould width

1000 mm

Max. mould height

500 mm

Height adjustment, mechanical

150 mm

Rated power

45.5 kW / 61 HP

Lateral adjustment of mould

400 mm

  • Benefits of roadside kerbs

    Roadside kerbs are an important part of urban planning and have many benefits. Firstly, curbs improve safety by separating pedestrian and vehicular traffic. They also play a critical role in diverting rainwater, preventing it from accumulating on the roads and improving driving conditions. Curbs also mark the transition between pavement and road, providing a safer walking space, especially for the visually impaired. Curbs also contribute to aesthetics and make the cityscape look organized and attractive. Finally, curbs help to protect infrastructure systems, helping to remove materials and debris that can damage water drainage channels. Curbs are therefore indispensable not only for traffic safety and water management, but also for urban aesthetics and infrastructure protection.

    Benefits of roadside kerbs