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Unique, multifunctional offset and inset slipform paver

  • The multifunctional slipform paver paves a wide range of monolithic profiles up to 2.0 m high.
  • It can be used to easily pave concrete surfaces up to a paving width of 3.5 m using both the inset and offset methods (cannot be combined with all options).
  • One or two hydraulic parallelogram swing arms at the front and two hydraulically telescoping crawler units at the rear make it possible to pave concrete in an extremely flexible manner.
  • The intelligent, electronic steering and control concept means the machine can be driven through very tight turning angles and is highly adaptable to any building site situation.
  • The machine can be precisely controlled via stringline scanning, without a stringline using WIRTGEN AutoPilot 2.0 or via 3D applications.

Features

  • WIRTGEN AutoPilot 2.0: Automatic 3D control system for SP 15 / SP 15i / SP 25 / SP 25i WIRTGEN provides customers with AutoPilot 2.0, an innovative and economical alternative system for steering regulation via stringline or other 3D machine control systems developed in-house. The system is based on GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) and assists with the automated paving of a wide variety of offset and inset profiles, such as concrete safety barriers on motorways or curbs for traffic islands. As opposed to conventional 3D systems, the digital data model is created right on the construction site. Even complex profile configurations can be created right on site and within a short period of time. Major advantage of the system: it dispenses with time-consuming surveying operations, the installation and removal of stringline or the preparation of a geodetic data model. Automatic 3D control system for SP 15 / SP 15i / SP 25 / SP 25i WIRTGEN provides customers with AutoPilot 2.0, an innovative and economical alternative system for steering regulation via stringline or other 3D machine control systems developed in-house. The system is based on GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) and assists with the automated paving of a wide variety of offset and inset profiles, such as concrete safety barriers on motorways or curbs for traffic islands. As opposed to conventional 3D systems, the digital data model is created right on the construction site. Even complex profile configurations can be created right on site and within a short period of time. Major advantage of the system: it dispenses with time-consuming surveying operations, the installation and removal of stringline or the preparation of a geodetic data model.

  • WIRTGEN levelling technology: WIRTGEN levelling technology controls height, depth and slope to achieve results of maximum precision. In the process, the system continuously reconciles the actual values with a preselected target value, correcting any deviations by means of proportional control. State-of-the-art machine engineering ensures levelling results of consistently high quality while at the same time relieving the machine operator of a significant part of his workload. WIRTGEN offers customers reliable hardware and software developed in-house. Different systems are used depending on the construction project to be completed and local conditions on site. WIRTGEN levelling technology controls height, depth and slope to achieve results of maximum precision. In the process, the system continuously reconciles the actual values with a preselected target value, correcting any deviations by means of proportional control. State-of-the-art machine engineering ensures levelling results of consistently high quality while at the same time relieving the machine operator of a significant part of his workload. WIRTGEN offers customers reliable hardware and software developed in-house. Different systems are used depending on the construction project to be completed and local conditions on site.

  • Slipform paving Offset: In offset application, mixer trucks deliver the concrete into the receiving hopper of the slipform paver. Transport to the mould is effected via a slewable belt or auger conveyor. Depending on the paver model, the belt conveyor is available in different lengths and in folding design. The auger conveyor is also available in different designs. And whether belt or auger conveyor: all settings, such as conveying speed, angle of incline or position can be made at the mere push of a button. In offset application, mixer trucks deliver the concrete into the receiving hopper of the slipform paver. Transport to the mould is effected via a slewable belt or auger conveyor. Depending on the paver model, the belt conveyor is available in different lengths and in folding design. The auger conveyor is also available in different designs. And whether belt or auger conveyor: all settings, such as conveying speed, angle of incline or position can be made at the mere push of a button.

  • Slipform paving inset: In inset application, the concrete is either deposited right in front of the slipform paver or is fed in front of the machine from the side via a belt conveyor or side feeder. In the next step, the concrete is distributed evenly across the full paving width by a spreading auger or spreading plough. Homogeneous compaction of the concrete is effected by means of integrated electric or hydraulic vibrators. The inset mould forms the concrete slab to the specified thickness and width while the slipform paver advances. In addition, a dowel bar inserter can be integrated which inserts the dowel bars into the concrete as specified parallel to the paver’s direction of travel. Central tie bars or side tie bars can be inserted transverse to the concrete pavement. The surface is levelled off transverse to the paver’s direction of travel by the oscillating beam. In the next step, a super smoother is used to finish the concrete slab. In inset application, the concrete is either deposited right in front of the slipform paver or is fed in front of the machine from the side via a belt conveyor or side feeder. In the next step, the concrete is distributed evenly across the full paving width by a spreading auger or spreading plough. Homogeneous compaction of the concrete is effected by means of integrated electric or hydraulic vibrators. The inset mould forms the concrete slab to the specified thickness and width while the slipform paver advances. In addition, a dowel bar inserter can be integrated which inserts the dowel bars into the concrete as specified parallel to the paver’s direction of travel. Central tie bars or side tie bars can be inserted transverse to the concrete pavement. The surface is levelled off transverse to the paver’s direction of travel by the oscillating beam. In the next step, a super smoother is used to finish the concrete slab.

Specifications

Displacement:
4,040 cm³
Exhaust emissions category:
EU Stage IV/ US EPA Tier 4f
Height adjustment, mechanical:
560 mm
Hydraulic height adjustment:
1,250 mm
Lateral adjustment of mould:
1,100 mm
Max. mould height:
2,000 mm
Max. mould width:
2,500 mm
Number of track units:
3
Operating weight, CE:
13,600 kg
Rated power:
115 kW / 156 HP

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  • Features

    Features

    • WIRTGEN AutoPilot 2.0: Automatic 3D control system for SP 15 / SP 15i / SP 25 / SP 25i WIRTGEN provides customers with AutoPilot 2.0, an innovative and economical alternative system for steering regulation via stringline or other 3D machine control systems developed in-house. The system is based on GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) and assists with the automated paving of a wide variety of offset and inset profiles, such as concrete safety barriers on motorways or curbs for traffic islands. As opposed to conventional 3D systems, the digital data model is created right on the construction site. Even complex profile configurations can be created right on site and within a short period of time. Major advantage of the system: it dispenses with time-consuming surveying operations, the installation and removal of stringline or the preparation of a geodetic data model. Automatic 3D control system for SP 15 / SP 15i / SP 25 / SP 25i WIRTGEN provides customers with AutoPilot 2.0, an innovative and economical alternative system for steering regulation via stringline or other 3D machine control systems developed in-house. The system is based on GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) and assists with the automated paving of a wide variety of offset and inset profiles, such as concrete safety barriers on motorways or curbs for traffic islands. As opposed to conventional 3D systems, the digital data model is created right on the construction site. Even complex profile configurations can be created right on site and within a short period of time. Major advantage of the system: it dispenses with time-consuming surveying operations, the installation and removal of stringline or the preparation of a geodetic data model.

    • WIRTGEN levelling technology: WIRTGEN levelling technology controls height, depth and slope to achieve results of maximum precision. In the process, the system continuously reconciles the actual values with a preselected target value, correcting any deviations by means of proportional control. State-of-the-art machine engineering ensures levelling results of consistently high quality while at the same time relieving the machine operator of a significant part of his workload. WIRTGEN offers customers reliable hardware and software developed in-house. Different systems are used depending on the construction project to be completed and local conditions on site. WIRTGEN levelling technology controls height, depth and slope to achieve results of maximum precision. In the process, the system continuously reconciles the actual values with a preselected target value, correcting any deviations by means of proportional control. State-of-the-art machine engineering ensures levelling results of consistently high quality while at the same time relieving the machine operator of a significant part of his workload. WIRTGEN offers customers reliable hardware and software developed in-house. Different systems are used depending on the construction project to be completed and local conditions on site.

    • Slipform paving Offset: In offset application, mixer trucks deliver the concrete into the receiving hopper of the slipform paver. Transport to the mould is effected via a slewable belt or auger conveyor. Depending on the paver model, the belt conveyor is available in different lengths and in folding design. The auger conveyor is also available in different designs. And whether belt or auger conveyor: all settings, such as conveying speed, angle of incline or position can be made at the mere push of a button. In offset application, mixer trucks deliver the concrete into the receiving hopper of the slipform paver. Transport to the mould is effected via a slewable belt or auger conveyor. Depending on the paver model, the belt conveyor is available in different lengths and in folding design. The auger conveyor is also available in different designs. And whether belt or auger conveyor: all settings, such as conveying speed, angle of incline or position can be made at the mere push of a button.

    • Slipform paving inset: In inset application, the concrete is either deposited right in front of the slipform paver or is fed in front of the machine from the side via a belt conveyor or side feeder. In the next step, the concrete is distributed evenly across the full paving width by a spreading auger or spreading plough. Homogeneous compaction of the concrete is effected by means of integrated electric or hydraulic vibrators. The inset mould forms the concrete slab to the specified thickness and width while the slipform paver advances. In addition, a dowel bar inserter can be integrated which inserts the dowel bars into the concrete as specified parallel to the paver’s direction of travel. Central tie bars or side tie bars can be inserted transverse to the concrete pavement. The surface is levelled off transverse to the paver’s direction of travel by the oscillating beam. In the next step, a super smoother is used to finish the concrete slab. In inset application, the concrete is either deposited right in front of the slipform paver or is fed in front of the machine from the side via a belt conveyor or side feeder. In the next step, the concrete is distributed evenly across the full paving width by a spreading auger or spreading plough. Homogeneous compaction of the concrete is effected by means of integrated electric or hydraulic vibrators. The inset mould forms the concrete slab to the specified thickness and width while the slipform paver advances. In addition, a dowel bar inserter can be integrated which inserts the dowel bars into the concrete as specified parallel to the paver’s direction of travel. Central tie bars or side tie bars can be inserted transverse to the concrete pavement. The surface is levelled off transverse to the paver’s direction of travel by the oscillating beam. In the next step, a super smoother is used to finish the concrete slab.

  • Specifications

    Specifications

    Displacement:
    4,040 cm³
    Exhaust emissions category:
    EU Stage IV/ US EPA Tier 4f
    Height adjustment, mechanical:
    560 mm
    Hydraulic height adjustment:
    1,250 mm
    Lateral adjustment of mould:
    1,100 mm
    Max. mould height:
    2,000 mm
    Max. mould width:
    2,500 mm
    Number of track units:
    3
    Operating weight, CE:
    13,600 kg
    Rated power:
    115 kW / 156 HP
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