Versatile Mazio skid-steer-mounted SKID Paver ideal for Patching work
The versatile Mazio skid-steer-mounted SKID Paver is ideal for asphalt patching and paving of roads, pathways, bicycle tracks, parking lots, driveways, and utility trenches.
With a 1.5 yd3 (1.4 m3) hopper capacity, a paving width of up to 6.2 ft (1.9 m), and a paving speed of 82 ft (25 m) per minute, the SKID Paver can be installed on any type of ISO 24410 skid steer loader.
The unit works with hot or cold mix asphalt, paving asphalt thicknesses of 2 in (5 cm) up to 10 in (25 cm). Liquid propane gas (LPG) heaters keep material heated to 284° F (140° C).
The wide 108.25 in (2,750 mm) hopper receives asphalt material directly from the haul truck, allowing for front or side loading, and automatically feeds to a 7.9 in (200 mm) auger.
The machine’s retractable hydraulic screed allows the operator to work around obstacles.
The SKID Paver can be operated forward and backward from cab or via a wireless remote control, which provides the operator a complete view of the work in front of the paver. All functions operate hydraulically, including auger; screed lifting, lowering, and telescopic positioning; and hopper opening/closing.
The 1,567 lb (711 kg) SKID Paver unit features an adapter plate, control panel box and remote control, feeding auger, self-levelling system, screed heat system, and an optional vibrator. The hopper opens into two widths for versatility, and fully folds for easy transport. The machine will also spread sand, gravel and stones, and concrete in flat layers, adding to its jobsite versatility.
Mazio Attachments LLC is a manufacturer of specialized attachments for the construction, demolition, recycling, mining, aggregates, excavation, scrap, and forestry industries.
With engineering and manufacturing facilities located in the United States, Italy, and Colombia, Mazio designs its distinctive purple attachments to work with all makes and sizes of carrier machine, from hydraulic excavators, skid steer loaders, and backhoes to wheel loaders, tele-handlers, and more.