Concrete Products

MAR 2018

Concrete Products covers the issues that attract producers of ready mixed and manufactured concrete focusing on equipment and material technology, market development and management topics.

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Page 26 of 75 March 2018 • 25 NEWS SCOPE NCMA CENTENNIAL Through the Multimat RH 2000-3 (above), Top-Werk America showed the potential of a combination big board (1,400- x 1,300- mm) and face mix ma- chine, while Pathfind- er Systems displayed the latest version of its Tiger model. Bess- er dispatched one of it most advanced models, the Servopac, for an Indianapolis appearance prior to delivery to Consumers Concrete's Grand Rap- ids, Mich., plant. RELIEVING MASONS OF 5,000 LB./DAY DUTY Masonry Advisory Council (Illinois) Executive Director Gary Porter tests Construction Robotics' Material Unit Lift Enhancer (MULE) at ICON Expo 2018. Operating in mobile or fixed mode from the ground, traditional scaffold or mast climbing work platforms, MULE features a versatile gripper capable of handling up to 135 lbs. Construction Robotics underscores the device's capacity to reduce fatigue and injuries, increase productivity, extend the careers of skilled masons, and attract new talent to the industry. The Indianapolis demonstration followed the equipment's appearance at World of Concrete/World of Masonry in Las Vegas. —

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