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Main Features of Full Section Slipform Concrete Paver

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Geometri Vibrators

Fuel saving

Durable Mold

Prevents Concrete Loss

Operator Platform

Modular Mold

Multi-Purpose Chassis


Water Channels of the Future

Concrete pavers are efficient machines used in modern construction projects for the production of monolithic concrete structures such as water channels. In particular, slipform concrete pavers are ideal for the continuous installation of structures such as concrete protection walls, curb profiles and water channels. These machines shape concrete in a specific mold, creating high quality and smooth surfaces. Concrete pavers play an important role in the construction of structures that perform critical functions such as water drainage, thus helping to manage debris such as rainwater and protect other structures.

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  • Conserve water with water channels!

    Saving water is essential to conserve limited water resources and ensure clean water for future generations. There are simple but effective ways to conserve water at home and in the garden. For example, repairing leaking faucets and pipes can significantly reduce water waste. Also, collecting rainwater and using it as needed can be a natural substitute for drinking water. Steps such as running machines at full capacity and taking short showers also contribute to saving water. These methods are effective for both protecting the environment and saving money on water bills.

    Conserve water with water channels!
  • Why are Water Channels Built?

    Water channels are built for various purposes. Basically, they are used to widen waterways, direct the flow of water and facilitate transportation between regions. Historically, water canals served as trade routes, making it possible to exchange goods between different regions. They also have important functions such as irrigating agricultural land and supplying cities with drinking water. Today, water canals are of both economic and tourist importance, some of them are considered engineering marvels and are famous worldwide.

    Why are Water Channels Built?