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Bomag BF6615 Asphalt Paver
June 10, 2008

The BF6615 self-propelled asphalt paver from Bomag offers the power and capacity that commercial paving contractors need for larger, high-production paving projects. Weighing in at 20,500 pounds, the BF6615 features a 99-horsepower Cummins water-cooled diesel engine that is turbocharged for consistent power at all altitudes. The engine’s ECO-mode feature saves fuel and reduces noise by automatically lowering rpm’s during stops and pauses. At the same time, an exclusive load-sensing hydraulic system lowers fuel costs by delivering power only when needed. The new design, Unimat 2 full-width floating screed has a standard 8- to 15-foot paving width. The screed is electrically heated, eliminating the need to change propane bottles in the middle of a large project. Dual vibrators provide 2,500 vibrations per minute. The generous nine-ton hopper capacity on the BF6615 allows high-production paving to continue between trucks.