Arrow Machinery introduces Arrow 770 Kerbmaker for council and subdivision kerbs

Arrow MachineryArrow 770 Kerbmaker aims to eliminate all types of form work and guide rails and produces a first class result with comparatively unskilled labour. (Image source: Arrow Machinery)Arrow Machinery has introduced Arrow 770 Kerbmaker to eliminate all types of form work and guide rails and produces a first class result with comparatively unskilled labour

Propelled forward by a special action, the Arrow 770 Kerbmaker extrudes compacted concrete at the rear. The accuracy in both line and level is maintained by the use of a guide line and pointer.

The automatic machine incorporates the basic functions of manual hydraulic controls with the facility to select automatic cross level, plus automatic line and height controls.

With the Arrow 770 Kerbmaker, a small operating team of three men will produce high strength kerb and channel at a maximum rate of approximately two metres per minute, using five to 10mm maximum slump concrete with maximum water content for that slump. The primary unit may be used with interchangeable moulds to provide median strips, barrier kerb, mountable kerb, kerb and channel and footpath (slab) in many sizes.

The Arrow 770 Kerbmaker can be found in 68 countries worldwide including Nigeria, Djibouti and South Africa.

Alain Charles Publishing, University House, 11-13 Lower Grosvenor Place, London, SW1W 0EX, UK
T: +44 20 7834 7676, F: +44 20 7973 0076, W: www.alaincharles.com

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