Fliegl’s ‘Asphaltprofi Thermo’ is first choice for German Cities and Communities
Due to the permanent mixing of the asphalt, its consistency is evenly tempered. When the butimous mix is supplied to the asphalt finisher immediately after docking, the bit-by-bit and at any time metered transfer of the mix to the finisher begins. The pushoff process also leads to a perfect mixing of the asphalt during unloading and thus to a continuous homogeneity of the mix. As a result, the installation of demixed asphalt is largely reduced and the quality requirements are easily met. The executing construction companies thus gain safety by using the pushoff technology. The mix is delivered hot and homogenous enough so that the required degree of compaction can be achieved at all times. Thus, contractual penalties or fines can be avoided.
Haulage firms or subcontractors which use vehicles with a push-off function score with their customers, the executing construction companies, with convincing arguments. They are able to prevent expensive claims for damages by using the push-off technology and are available to the additional costs in terms of machinery investment are negligible and amount to only 1.2% to 6% of the asphalt building costs. It is worth it to compare theses extra costs with the considerably higher costs for later complaints. Good quality costs money. Poor-quality building is much more expensive. In terms of advantages, the “Asphaltprofi Thermo” scores with authorities as reliable partners in public procurement procedures. Fliegl‘s “Asphaltprofi Thermo” is not only an innovation in asphalt building but also a useful investment.
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