Around the World with Curb Fox
Thanks to our distributor, WM-Beton Ltd., contractors across the Russian Federation are choosing Curb Fox slipform curbing machines. With many new projects in process including commercial and residential buildings, as well as new road construction, quality curbing equipment is in great demand in Russia. WM-Beton meets these needs with quality Curb Fox pavers, and with superior customer service.
In Orjol (on right), a Curb Fox 3000 slip forms 30 cm high curb on a new bypass. The total job includes over 21,000 linear feet/7000 meters of curb. A Curb Fox 5000 with conveyor (at left) paves a similar curb in the 'oil and gas capital' of Russia, the city of Surgut.
For customers in Russia and the CIS states seeking more information, WM-Beton Ltd. may be contacted in Moscow at tel. +7(495) 3801575, or email email@example.com.
Curb Fox 5000 equipped with a belt conveyor paves a 30 m/97 ft radius on a rotary near Groningen, Netherlands. Two steel rebars are being fed into the front of the mold (at left) as the machine is paving.
|Curb Fox 3000 in Windhoek, Namibia, slipforms edgebeam adjacent to existing pavement. Average production was 600 m/1950 ft.|
|On commercial site near Sydney, Australia, Curb Fox 2000 slipforms small curb over steel rebar.|
Curb Fox 5000-T slipforms 2.45 m/8 ft wide sidewalk in park in Saskatoon, Canada. Paving speed for this sidewalk averaged between 2.5 and 3 m/8 and 1 ft per minute.
|Contractor in Hyderabad, India uses Curb Fox 5000 to pave 46 cm/18 in high median curb on new airport highway.|
Curb Fox 2000 near Dublin, Ireland, slipforms curb below grade level.
For more information and pricing on any Curb Fox slipformer, contact us today.