- Stable Base-Frame
- Clear Control Unit
- Chassis with Four-Point-Support
- Excellent Driving Characteristics
- Robust, compact structure for the flexible operation on building sites
High-Performance Laying in Excellent Quality
- Bubble- and Pore-Free
- Even Sealing-Quality
- High Laying Speed
Bitumen Laying Machine Type VBS 100 G
for large bridge sealing
Roll-length: up to 100 m
Daily output: from 800 sqm to 1500 sqm
The 100 VBS 100 G was constructed for the laying of bitumen sheets for sealing large bridges and can process a roll-length of up to 100m. The bitumen sheets can be lifted by one person with the help of a separate transport wagon.
This manual guided, self-driving laying machine is equipped with a sturdy base-frame, clear layout of the control unit and a four-point support chassis. The propulsion of the dual tyred rear axle is managed by a frequency controlled electronically driven motor. The power supply is provided by a generator. The steering of the front axle works mechanically.
The Bitumen sheets are heated by seven propane-gas steel-burners and subsequently patted down by two rolls of independently suspended pressure rollers.
Bitumen Laying Machine Type VBS 100 K
small, handy machine for bridges, parking spaces etc.
Roll-Length: 60 m
Daily Output: up to 800 sqm
The VBS K is the smaller, handy variation (shorter design), which can manually-guided and self-propelled lay up to 50 meters of single layer bitumen sheets. The chassis has a three-point support, which ensures continuous contact of the drive wheels with the ground surface. The twin front-wheels are driven by a diesel engine. The bitumen sheets are heated by a three-part propane gas burner and patted down by pressure rollers (1 row).
- Hand loading cart for bitumen sheets up to 50 m in length
- Trailer cart for bitumen rolls up to 80 m length
- Table mounted support for bitumen sheet rolls up to 50 m in length
- Work floodlights
Our laying machines are individually constructed according to client’s requirements and can be furnished with a variation of special equipment.
Manual Laying Machine
Working equipment without propulsion
- For manual operation
- Easy, flexible handling