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o allow binding agent to be spread with-

out generating clouds of dust, Wirtgen

has introduced the “S-Pack” (spreader

pack) for the WR 240/WR 240i And WR

250 models.

This addition to the construction machinery manu-

facturer’s product range, by adding more versatility, cre-

ates new opportunities for optimizing machine usage and


Used on motorways, in residential areas, on industri-

al estates and on difficult terrain, recyclers and soil sta-

bilizers have to cope with an extremely varied range of


In many instances, contractors face additional chal-

lenges due to strict emission standards and other


Wirtgen S-Pack

The binding agent tank, which takes very little time

to fill, is located directly above the milling and mix-

ing rotor of the Wirtgen WR; the diesel tank is over

the rear wheels.

A conventional silo vehicle containing around 27 t can

easily be emptied by the “S-Pack” within the space of just

two hours.

Using the integrated spreader module, a WR with

“S-Pack” spreads the binding agent directly in front of the

milling and mixing rotor which immediately mixes it into

the soil.

The closed drum housing and an additional double

curtain of rubber matting prevents the formation of dust

clouds and ensures that the material is spread only inside

the milled cut.

Due to the integrated spreader module, the binding

agent can now be spread regardless of wind and weather

and without drifting or displacement due to vehicles driv-

ing ahead or passing by.

Materials such as cement or lime must be spread safe-

ly and precisely and processed without emissions. This is

particularly true in sensitive areas such as industrial es-

tates that are subject to restrictions on account of food

Integrated “S-Pack” Binding

Agent Spreader

Cost-Efficient Spreading Without

Dust: Lower Emission Levels,

Enhanced Safety

“S-Pack” enlarges the range of solutions offered

by Wirtgen for cold recycling and soil stabiliza-

tion. With this brand new process, contractors

can now respond to different challenges with

greater flexibility and cost-efficiency.

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