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Terex/CMI’s Barrier, Curb and Gutter Paver Saves Project Time

Sat July 29, 2006 - National Edition
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The new Terex/CMI CB2003 paver from Terex Roadbuilding marks the company’s reentry in the barrier, curb and gutter market.

With a wide variety of available profile inserts — quickly changed without removing the entire hopper and auger assembly — this paver can be used for projects ranging from curb, gutter and sidewalks to cart paths and parapet walls.

With a 133-hp (99.2 kW) diesel engine and weighing in at approximately 25,000 lb. (11,339 kg), the CB2003 also has the power and weight to construct high-quality median barriers.

With all-track steering, contractors swing the paver’s legs into position, rather than shifting the legs.

The low-profile design delivers safe operation, even on irregular terrain.

A narrow transport width enables the CB2003 to be quickly moved without disassembly, saving contractors time and money.

Three-point elevation control — legs, frame and side kits — enables operators to quickly lift the mold from completed work without disassembly.

The CB2003’s self-storing trimmer raises up to 8 in. (20 cm) above work zone, eliminating the time necessary for removal.

The operator is positioned in the middle of the CB2003 for unobstructed, 360-degree visibility. This feature allows the operator to check concrete level in the hopper and inspect the final product quality coming out of the mold without leaving the platform.

For more information, visit www.terexrb.com