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Enviro-Paver®  R1015 Prototype shown operating at a depth of 50mm (2") at 6.7m (22ft.) per min. at a width of 4.26m (14ft.)
 

 

Enviro-Paver®  R1015 Prototype  Extension Rake leading Extension Mill Processing depth of 50mm (2")
 

 

Enviro-Paver®  R1015 Prototype  Pug Mill Main Mill Ext. Mill  Rakes Heater Box Processing depth of  50mm (2")
 

 

 

 

 

 

Enviro-Paver® R1015 Prototype Surge Bin/Elevator, Auger/Divider and 

 

Screed Processing depth of 50 mm (2")
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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efore and after pictures using the  
Enviro-Paver®  R1015 Prototype  

100% H.I.R. at a processing depth of 50 mm (rejuvenator depth of 50 mm (2")
 

 


A rear view of the Enviro-Paver®  Prototype Recycling Machine showing the extension mill (left side of frame), the milled surface, the rear drive and steering wheel followed by the screed. The screed is full of recycled asphalt and the screed extensions are in the extended position.
 

 


A rear view of the Enviro-Paver®  Prototype Recycling Machine showing the rear drive and steering wheel, the vertical elevator picking up recycled asphalt from the windrow for storage in the surge bin (not shown). The windrow is being spread in front of the screed by the auger assembly. Note the right hand electronic material sensing control located above the auger assembly. Used to control the speed (material distribution) of the left and right auger.
 

 


A rear view of the Enviro-Paver® Prototype Recycling Machine showing, the rear drive and steering wheel and the screed assembly. The right hand extension is extended and is full of recycled asphalt.
 

 


A rear view of the Preheater Prototype showing the aggregate distribution bin. The hopper is loaded with washed sand and is being metered by the fluted drum. Distribution rate is monitored and controlled by on-board computer. Note the rear drive wheels have left imprints in the heated asphalt surface.
 

 


A view of the Enviro-Paver® Prototype Recycling Machine's rear drive and steering axle. The low speed, high torque, radial piston wheel motor has been modified to accept an electronic pickup, used to accurately monitor ground speed. Note the large diameter king pin bearings (above and below the motor) for long service life and reduced grease washout due to the high asphalt surface temperatures.
 

 

A rear view of the Enviro-Paver® Prototype Preheater control cab mounted on a hydraulic boom. A similar cab is used on the Enviro-Paver®  Recycling Machine. 
 

 

Pictures of Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004
 

 

Rear view of Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 with Control Cab on Hydraulic Boom in front of PATTERSON Industries Plant.
 

 

Side/Rear view of Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 with integrated latest model AS 2301 Caterpillar®  Screed with Topcon®  Ultrasonic Grade and Slope Control System.
 

 

Rear view of Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 Integrated AS2301 Caterpillar®  Screed with Front Mounted Extensions.
 

 

Side/Front view of Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 with Asphalt Front Hopper/5th Wheel Pin and Integrated Conveyor System for Remix or Integral Overlay Applications.  The Asphalt Hopper and Conveyor is hydraulically raised and lowered.
 

 

Side view of Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 Heating System which is a combination of infrared and convection type heating and will  not plug up.  It is computer controlled and monitored, supplying supplementary heating if required by the process.  The Heater Box is shown with the R/H Extension down. Hydraulics allow the Heater box to be raised/lowered and side shifted.
 

 

Front/side  view of Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 Integrated AS2301 Caterpillar® Screed with Topcon® Ultrasonic Grade and Slope Control System.  Topcon's Smoothtrac®  Sonic Averaging System (SAS) is fitted to the L/H side.  The non-contacting design allows full maneuverability when turning or passing over obstacles without lifting or removing the Beam Assembly.
 

 

Side Close up of Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 showing Direct Drive  Pug Mill with 2 large diameter Down-Mixing Paddles, Main Mill, Extension Mill, Rake System to scarify Heated Asphalt surface and Grade Control Skis as well as Heater Box.  

 

 

 

Front  view of Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 showing the Asphalt Hopper.  The Asphalt Hopper is fitted with a 5th Wheel Pin allowing transportation without removing the Hopper.  Hydraulics are used to raise the Hopper and Central Conveyor for easy transportation.  A clip-on 3 or 4 axle transportation  Frame is attached to the rear end of the machine, allowing Self Transportation. 
 

 

Side/Rear view of Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 in front of PATTERSON Industries Plant. 
 

 

 

 

Side view of Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 with Front Asphalt Hopper/5th Wheel Pin.
 

 

Front/Side  view of Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 with Front Asphalt Hopper/5th Wheel Pin.
 

 

Close up of Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 Integrated Caterpillar® AS2301 Screed showing Panel View Control Station with Screed Left, Right and Middle Panel Bubble Switch Control Panel Assemblies.
 

 

Close up of Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 showing close up of Screed Control Station with Panel View Touch Screen, Screed Left, Right and Middle Screed Bubble Switch Control Panels.  An integrated, heavy duty hinged Cover (shown in raised position) with dual padlocks protects these important control elements when Recycler is not in use.
 

 

Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 Middle Panel Bubble Switch Control Panel located on each side of Recycler.  Integrated Hinged Covers with heavy duty Padlocks are fitted for added protection, security and durability.
 

 

Close up of Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 showing Front Panel  Bubble Switch Control Panel mounted in a heavy duty stainless steel, lockable Enclosure for added protection, security and durability.
 

 

Close up of Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 Middle Panel  Bubble Switch Control Panel.
 

 

Close up of Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 Operator Cab on a Hydraulic Boom Assembly allowing the operator to swing, raise/lower and extend/retract the Cab for optimal positioning during operations.
 

 

Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 General Cab Interior with integrated, "Hall effect" Sensor Joy Stick Controllers built into the Operator Seat.  These Rotary Position Sensors in the Joy Sticks use a magnetically biased "Hall Effect" Integrated Circuit (IC) to accurately sense Rotary Movement of the Actuator Shaft.  Rotation of the Actuator Shaft changes the "Hall Effect" IC's position relative to the magnets.  The output of the IC  is converted to a linear output over 90° travel.  The benefits of these sealed Joy Sticks are long service life, low torque actuation, greatly reduced wear-out mechanisms and durability in harsh environments.  They are  ideal for cranes,  construction vehicles and equipment.  The Joy Sticks incorporate Front and Rear Steering and Cab/Boom functions.
 

 

Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 Operator Touch Screen showing System Overview Screen and Cab Panel Bubble Switch Assembly plus Travel Speed and Direction, "Hall Effect" Sensor Joy Stick.  Shown at the top right is the Emergency Stop (E-stop) which shuts down all Systems.  Emergency stops are fitted at all Operator Touch Screens and Bubble Switch Control Panels for safety.
 

 

Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 showing Auger Divider System Screen.
 

 

Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004  showing Milling System Screen.
 

 

Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 showing Heater System Screen.
 

 

Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 showing Rejuvenator System Screen.
 

 

Enviro-Paver® R-1015 Model 2004 showing Caterpillar®  Engine Status Screen.

Covered under Patent No. 6,769,836 as well as other Patents applied for.


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