Better Roads braves the cold for 2 new Dynapac paver introductions

Kerry Clines, Better Roads‘ contributing editor and senior editor for BR’s sister publication Aggregates Manager, braved freezing temps and lots of snow to attend a press event for Dynapac’s new paver line for the North American market in mid-December.

Introduced to dealers at Dynapac’s Garland, Texas, facility in December 2009,: the F1000T tracked and F1000W wheeled 10-foot-wide asphalt pavers– the first two models in the product line – will make their official debut at World of Asphalt in February 2010.

Here’s a full report from Clines on the event:

On a cold, blustery December day in Garland, Texas, Dynapac introduced its new line of highway class asphalt pavers designed specifically for the North American market with input from contractors and dealers. According to the company, the new pavers offer reliability, maximum performance, and operator safety and comfort, all at a low cost.

Production of the F1000T rubber-tracked, 10-foot paver will begin Jan. 2, 2010. This easy-to-operate paver offers simple, operator-friendly controls that are grouped for convenience. The controls offer a multi-function display, paving speed control, and a single-lever speed control for forward and reverse.

Vision is improved with dual swing-out operation stations, a flat operator area, and a clear view of the auger and asphalt. Handrails on the platform offer greater operator and maintenance safety.

According to the company, no daily maintenance or lubrication is required. Other maintenance features include ground-level fueling, easy access panels, removable top cover, and a wiring harness designed for easy service.

The hopper wings deliver asphalt to a high-capacity slat conveyor with a wide material tunnel and heavy chains and slats. New innovative features include a high-performance outboard auger drive and conveyor design that eliminates center-line segregation. The machine’s chain box blocks material flow from the conveyor.

The F1000T was field tested on several projects in Utah with rave reviews from the contractors who tested it.

Additional pavers in this line will be released in the coming months and years. The F1000W wheeled, 10-foot paver is scheduled for production beginning in April 2010. Two 8-foot pavers are scheduled for 2011 — the F800T rubber-tracked paver in January, and the F800W wheeled paver in April.


Basic paving width                                       10-19 feet

Max. paving width                                          26 feet

Tractor weight                                                38,000 pounds

Max. paving thickness                                  12 inches

Material hopper capacity                              207 cubic feet

Max. paving speed                                        240 feet per minute

Max. travel speed                                          10 miles per hour

Drive system                                                  Integrated hydrostatic drive

Track width                                                     18 inches

Engine manufacturer                                    Cummins

Engine model                                                 QSB6.7 Tier III

Horsepower                                                     230hp @1,800 rpm

Control consoles                                            Dual swing-out operation stations

Conveyor type                                                  Dual independent slat conveyor

Conveyor control                                             Proportional independent speed control

Auger control                                                   Dual independent proportional augers

EZIV-10 screed                                               7,000 pounds

EZIII-10 screed                                               6,000 pounds

EZR-10 screed                                               8,250 pounds

Click here for a PDF presentation from the event.

Click here, for the official product press release on the two new asphalt pavers.

Click here for a video from the press event.