The 12,700-lb. (5,760 kg) paver has a 64 hp Tier IV Final water-cooled diesel engine, provides optimal power, fuel efficiency and meets current EPA requirements.
LeeBoy's 5300 Series is the newest to its asphalt paving equipment line. The 2016 launch, which added a compact paver to the already broad product offering, enables versatility for the smallest of paving jobs to include cart paths, sidewalks, trenches, mill, patch and repair work, according to the manufacturer.
The 12,700-lb. (5,760 kg) paver has a 64 hp Tier IV Final water-cooled diesel engine, provides optimal power, fuel efficiency and meets current EPA requirements. The fully enclosed engine housing provides easy access for serviceability and also results in low sound levels allowing for quiet operation in residential areas.
The unit comes standard with the LeeBoy Legend HD mini screed system. A smooth, seamless mat up to 9 ft. (2.7 m) wide can be produced with the standard bolt on screed extensions. The hopper capacity is 7 tons (6.3 t), which enables the paver to handle the asphalt load of a standard size paver while getting in the tightest of spaces.
The 5300 can be configured to pave in a trench as small as 48 in. (122 cm).
Some other features of the unit include: sliding operator control station to enable use from either side of the paver; heavy-duty undercarriage and track system; plus-1 dual joystick controls to provide forward and reverse direction with steering; single 13 in. (33 cm) conveyor controlled by automatic sensors; maintenance free internal spring applied hydraulic release parking brakes; and under auger cut-offs to provide the operator with precise control of the head of material at the main screed and hydraulic extensions.
Options for the 5300 include a telematics system; steering wheel; hydraulic tow points; a swivel/pivoting push roller; left-hand/right-hand auger strike-off plates; and a HD mini electric screed.
For more information, visit www.leeboy.com.