The only differences are explained below:
We can lay any material: hot and cold asphalt, macadam, concrete (liquid enough), sand, gravel, aggregates.
We can make anything like pavements, sidewalks, cycle tracks, pedestrian paths, fiber optics, aqueduct excavations, garden paths, park paths, trenches and small road repairs.
Yes, by retracting the screed and the hopper and by opening them again once the obstacle has been left behind
It can easily be attached to any skid loader/tractor with oil flow 40/60 l/min, pressure 180 bar and a loader/tractor width of max mt 2,00 for the MG7 and mt 2,50 for the MG6.
It is standard for all skid loaders; however, for other chargers must be custom-built ( only the mechanical part)
If it meets the above parameters we can fix the MG6 onto the rear of the tractor and MG7 on the front.
It is not standard but optional; we offer it on both models.
It depends case by case assuming that the above parameters fit.
The machine is supplied with a refillable LPG bottle.
To provide a few hours of autonomy; the battery is rechargeable. The energy is provided by an electrical connection, like a cigarette lighter, from the Pavijet to the charger
From the hydraulic system of the loader/tractor connected to the Pavijet with hydraulic hoses and quick couplings, for delivery and return.
It depends on the rpm of the loader/tractor engine; if it accelerates it increases.
On the Pavijet MG7 from the front, directly from the truck or any loader.
On the Pavijet MG6 from the side.
They are both attachments and mini pavers; however, they can be considered proper pavers or even more being more efficient than the classic ones. We consider them mini pavers as they do the same job of classic mini pavers, although bringing more advantages.
Pavijet does not have its own engine, it is not self propulsive while other machines are. Not having an engine is obviously a great advantage in terms of maintenance/repair.