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GT-6300 Barrier/Parapet

A GT-6300 slipformed a new top cap over an existing barrier wall to help strengthen security around a nuclear facility in Richland, Washington.

Read more about this project in GOMACO World 33.2.

Some of this wall had to be slipformed a minimum of 12 inches (305 mm) underneath the subgrade because of differences in grade. This contractor ran with the back leg of their GT-3600 down on the subgrade with the front and outside leg on the existing grade.

Read more about this project in GOMACO World 28.2.

The GT-6300 has the capability of slipforming with the machine running in either direction without major modifications. On this project in Germany, the GT-6300 slipforms parapet while running in reverse mode. The GT-6300 slipforms with the flow of traffic to eliminate traffic congestion.

A wall as tall as 6.1 feet (1.85 m) was slipformed by this GT-6300 in the Philippines. Approximately 12.4 miles (20 km) of the Texas-type barrier was slipformed on the North Luxon Tollway near Manila. Barrier wall was slipformed by this GT-6300 on the Seohaean Expressway in Seosan Kun, Korea.
Slipforming median barrier and bridge parapet are standard applications for the GT-6300. It hydraulically elevates to slipform barrier and parapet without modifications. The GT-6300 slipforms bridge safety parapet over caged reinforcing steel. The side-mounted mold allows for minimum clearance requirements at bridge headers. Approximately 7.5 miles (12 km) of barrier wall was slipformed on the Southeast Freeway in Brisbane, Australia.

Read more about this project in GOMACO World 28.2.

The GT-6300 meets the strictest specification requirements and provides proven superior rideability results on slipform projects throughout the world.

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On this project, the GT-6300 was slipforming 32 in. (813 mm) high wall on two bridges. The parapet was being slipformed over steel and electrical conduit in the wall.
This GT-6300 slipforms a 5 ft. 3 in. (1.6 m) high barrier wall on an interstate ramp. The barrier included glare screen to prevent the glare of oncoming traffic. The barrier was slipformed atop a concrete footing, and reinforcing was provided by feeding four continuous lengths of steel into the front of the mold.
A four-track Commander III slipformed an 8 foot 8 inch (2.64 m) variable tall wall in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Read more about this project in GOMACO World 28.3.

Standard on the GT-6300 is the unique GOMACO controller. This revolutionary system is designed to improve, enhance, create and expand the machine's operating system. The user-friendly GOMACO controller has been proven to offer the operator push-button ease in setup, troubleshooting, and monitoring during the entire paving operation.

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This contractor in Perth, Western Australia, slipformed along this "wagyl" wall with a three-track GT-6300 equipped with a shortened mold.

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The GOMACO GT-6300 with a four-track barrier package slipforms this median barrier. The four-track GT-6300 slipforms a 44 in. (1118 mm) high variable barrier wall in Canada.
This contractor in Japan slipformed 6575 feet (2004 m) of variable barrier on the Tohoku Expressway between Shirakawa IC and Yabuki IC. Sixteen miles (26 km) of parapet was slipformed by this GT-6300 on the Confederation Bridge over the Northunberland Strait.
This four-track Commander III slipforms barrier wall in San Juan, Puerto Rico. A GT-6300 slipformed this parapet in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
This four-track GT-6300 slipformed 5610 feet (1710 m) of barrier wall on the Joshinetu Expressway near Myoko village in Japan.
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