In-cab controls enable a driver to easily load and unload the roll-off DuraHook without assistance. Crews then use just one nozzle to clean pavement with compressed air, apply tack coat, spray-inject the emulsion/aggregate mix, finish with dry aggregate, and immediately open the road to traffic. Powered by a 75 hp John Deere diesel engine of its own, the self-contained spray-injection pothole patcher doesn’t need to rely on the transport vehicle’s power to deliver 6 yds of aggregate and 250 gals of emulsion. Cimline Pavement Maintenance Group

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