HawkeyePedershaab · Hall B1, booth 315/418

HawkeyePedershaab will be presenting several new product developments for the concrete pipe and manhole industries at bauma 2010. These new developments include the Kastmaster machine which features integrated de-
molding and a linear production sequence suitable for stand-alone operation or integrated into a totally automatic pipe and manhole manufacturing plant: the new Mastermatic XT automatic pipe machine which incorporates both advanced vibration (Vario) compaction technology and new rapid form changeover technology to enhance manufacturing versatility and flexibility; and the CageFlex.


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