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 demolding 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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