Bobcat Reveals Asphalt Preservation Tool at Demo Event

Thu September 12, 2013 - Midwest Edition
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The asphalt preservation tool attachment in action.
The asphalt preservation tool attachment in action.
The asphalt preservation tool attachment in action. This simple restoration system uses an infrared asphalt heater and asphalt processor to repair potholes and other surface defects like cracks, deteriorating surfaces and frost heaves that develop in streets, highways and parking lots. Eric Grube, Bobcat district service manager, smooths out reclaimed asphalt with a Doosan vibratory roller. Ronald Mortensen (L), Meeker County Highway engineer of Meeker County, Minn., with owner Tim Cox of Farm-Rite Equipment, Dassel, Minn., likes how easy the asphalt preservation tool works. Meeker County, Minn., Highway Superintendent Carlen Hansen (L), takes a look with Farm-Rite Sales Specialist Jay Kockler. Eric Grube (L), Bobcat district service manager, looks over the new AH30 Bobcat asphalt preservation tool with Dale Brandt, Bobcat district attachment and aftermarket manager. Tim Krahn, Bobcat district sales manager, cooks up a feast for all the attendees. Farm-Rite Equipment of Dassel, Minn., hosted the demo event at the Hutchinson Mall Parking lot, Hutchinson Minn.

Farm-Rite Equipment of Dassel, Minn., hosted the Bobcat product demo event at the Hutchinson Mall Parking lot, Hutchinson, Minn., on August 21.

The demo event highlighted the new Bobcat attachment, the Asphalt Preservation tool. Bobcat asphalt preservation tools answer the growing need for an eco-friendly restoration process that decreases expenses and extends the life of road and parking lot repairs, according to the company. This simple restoration system uses an infrared asphalt heater and asphalt processor to repair potholes and other surface defects like cracks, deteriorating surfaces and frost heaves that develop in streets, highways and parking lots.