GOMACO’s CF-790 canal finisher is specifically designed for finishing wider width canals and is easy to operate and saves time and labor costs on all your canal finishing projects. Because no two canals are alike, the CF-790 can be custom ordered to fit your exact specifications.
The CF-790 canal finisher has welded steel tubular lattice-type upper structure with end-car mounted crawler tracks. The finisher sub-frame is made up of welded high strength steel lattice panels, with pin-connected sections providing fast setup time and the versatility to fit exact job requirements for frame widths up to 72 ft. (21.95 m). Bottom wedge assemblies allow the CF-790 to accommodate slopes from 4:1 to 1:1. The finisher bottom frame can be partially disassembled, and the remaining slope frames along with the finishing carriages can be winched up under the upper structure for moving in and out of canals.
The CF-790 has two single cylinder finishing carriages equipped with mounted or independent augers. Optional externally vibrated undercarriages or trimming undercarriages are available as needed. The CF-790 can be equipped with frame-mounted slipforms with adjustable framework across the rear of the slipforms for controlling the finished slab width and providing data to hand finish the top cap.
The finisher bottom frame can be partially disassembled and the remaining slope frames along with the finishing carriages can be winched up under the upper structure for ease in moving in and out of canals and for transporting from one project to another. This unique design provides a tremendous savings in time and labor costs.
Type: CAT diesel, four cylinder, four stroke.
Power: 83 hp (61.92 kW) @ 2200 rpm.
Displacement: 269 cid (4.41 L).
Fuel reservoir: 33 gal. (124.9 L).
Hydraulic oil reservoir: 57 gal. (215.8 L).
Self-contained: Hydraulic console with easy-to-operate controls.
Automated control system: Automated grade and steering control system.
CF-790 traction drive: Two gear-driven crawler tracks, hydraulically powered, 11 ft. 8 in. (3.56 m) long; center-to-center sprocket/idler length, 9 ft. 11 in. (3.02 m).
Track pad width: 15.75 in. (400 mm).
Operating speed: Variable up to 16.7 fpm (5.09 mpm) while paving and travel speed is variable up to 50.44 fpm (15.37 mpm).
Frame construction: All-welded steel, pin-connected main frame.
Width: Up to 72 ft. (21.95 m).
(Note: Consult factory with your specific job requirements.)
CARRIAGE/FINISHER ASSEMBLY (two standard)
Finishing cylinder: Two 10 in. (254 mm) diameter, 48 in. (1219 mm) long.
Cylinder rotation: 320 rpm.
Carriage speed: Variable to 42.6 fpm (12.98 mpm).
Augers: One 10 in. (254 mm) diameter (right-hand) and one 10 in. (254 mm) diameter (left-hand) with auger guard.
Finishing pan: 25 in. (635 mm) x 22 in. (559 mm) trailing float pan.
49 ft. (14.94 m) unit: 42,900 lbs. (19,459.4 kg).
72 ft. (21.9 m) unit: 47,476 lbs. (21,535.1 kg).
Adjustable 10 in. (254 mm) diameter cylinders and adjustable double-wrap 7.75 in. (197 mm) diameter by 24 in. (610 mm) long augers with a 3 in. (76 mm) pitch. Augers can be quickly adjusted to 1 in. (25mm) above or below the finishing cylinder.
Trimmer undercarriage assembly.
Single-cylinder undercarriage with 60 in. (152.4 mm) long cylinder and external vibration. Up to 700 vpm.
Additional emergency stop buttons available.
One set of slipform assemblies, depth to customer specifications.
One or two lines of Spanit® work bridge, 1000 series Spanit® used as crosswalks and for hand finishing, as required.
Other options are available to customize machine to accommodate applications and customer needs.
Manufactured under one or more of the following U.S. or foreign patents: 5,190,397; 5,209,602; 5,924,817; 5,941,659; 6,099,204; 6,450,048; 2,211,331; 2,069,516; 7,044,680; 7,284,472; 7,517,171; 7,845,878; 7,850,395; 2,591,177; and patents pending.
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GOMACO Corporation reserves the right to make improvements in design, material, and/or changes in specifications at any time without notice and without incurring any obligation related to such changes.
Performance data is based on averages and may vary from machine to machine.