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VÖGELE presents new generation of paver at Bauma 2022

August 22, 2022  By VÖGELE

As a world premiere, VÖGELE will present the first Dash 5 generation pavers and screeds at Bauma 2022: including the Highway Class pavers SUPER 1900-5(i) and SUPER 2100-5(i) as well as the latest generation AB 500 and AB 600 extending screeds. With these innovations, we are looking further into the future than ever before.

Tomorrow’s requirements already met today

A pioneering solution for future asphalt paving, the new generation of pavers already meets the demands that modern road construction is increasingly placing on asphalt pavers. Flexible, modular systems are in demand which, in addition to user-friendliness and cost-effectiveness, also take into account the issues of process automation and sustainability.

World premiere at Bauma 2022: With the new Dash 5 generation, VÖGELE present the first pavers with matching screeds.

With “Dash 5” equipped for the future


The details of the Dash 5 generation remain under wraps until the Bauma trade show in Munich, but VÖGELE has, as usual, placed a significant focus on the needs of users. For the paver crew, this means above all easy machine handling, maximum ease of operation and safety on the construction site.

Given rising raw material prices, cost effectiveness is increasingly becoming a success factor in road construction. This is why VÖGELE ensures reduced setup times, improved logistics and increased machine availability for the Dash 5 pavers. The automation of process sequences with assistance and control systems was also further optimized. This avoids errors and increases efficiency and installation quality.

Sustainable project execution is also in greater demand than ever before in road construction. Targeted optimization measures will reduce noise and sound emissions as well as the Dash 5 paver’s fuel consumption while maintaining the same level of performance. Every liter of fuel that is saved reduces CO₂ emissions, so the environment and road building companies benefit equally.

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