Pass Count Mapping System for Soil and Asphalt Compaction Machines at a Very Affordable PriceSUNNYVALE, Calif., Aug. 23, 2011 — (PRNewswire) — Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) introduced today the Trimble® CCSFlex™ Compaction Control System for soil and asphalt compactors. The CCSFlex is designed to offer both asphalt and earthmoving contractors an easy-to-use and affordable system for pass count mapping.
Ideal for both small contractors as well as contractors with large fleets, the CCSFlex can be used on soil and asphalt compactors for work on a variety of surfaces—from residential and county roads to highways and runways. It offers a reliable, flexible and affordable option for contractors looking to leverage compaction control technology to be more competitive.
Using the CCSFlex to record and display pass count information, contractors can more efficiently compact, increasing production while maintaining the quality of each layer. Pass count information is displayed graphically on the bright, sunlight-readable CB450 control box. By increasing compaction efficiency, contractors can complete work faster, limit fuel consumption and reduce operating costs. Additionally, pass count information is easily exported or printed to provide compaction documentation to site management and local government agencies.
CCSFlex is easy to install and deploy. Contractors can start with the low cost "system in a case" solution and add sensors as their needs change. Add-on sensor options expand the system functionality to provide compaction meter values (CMV) for soil and temperature mapping during asphalt compaction. In addition, contractors can choose accuracy levels ranging from standard to high precision, matching their needs and budgets. The CCSFlex is quickly installed on a compactor with no requirement for welding or drilling and can be easily moved between compactors, making it ideal for use on rental machines. Deployment is simple as there is no need for 3D design files or GPS infrastructure in the basic system.
The Trimble CCSFlex System is part of the Trimble Flex family, a new category of machine control solutions introduced at ConExpo 2011. These systems are designed to meet the needs and budgets of owner operators and small to mid-sized contractors involved in a range of earthmoving and compaction work. The systems are also ideal for contractors looking for an affordable option for the deployment of many systems across large fleets. The rugged Flex family systems are easy to install, learn and use.
Trimble's CCSFlex is affordable and offers high value for the investment. The "system in a case" starts as low as $11,995 USD depending on region. Now more contractors can realize the benefits of Trimble compaction control technology on their jobs at a price point that fits to their budget with the guarantee of the Trimble brand.
The CCSFlex System for soil and asphalt compactors is available now through Trimble's SITECH® Technology Dealer channel and other Trimble Heavy and Highway dealers.
About Trimble's Heavy and Highway Division
Trimble's Heavy and Highway Division is a leading innovator of productivity solutions for the heavy and highway contractor. Trimble's solutions leverage a variety of technologies, including Global Positioning System (GPS), construction lasers, total stations, wireless data communications, the Internet, and application software. As part of the Trimble Connected Site™ strategy, these solutions provide a high-level of process and workflow integration from the design phase through to the finished project—delivering significant improvements in productivity throughout the construction lifecycle.
Trimble applies technology to make field and mobile workers in businesses and government significantly more productive. Solutions are focused on applications requiring position or location—including surveying, construction, agriculture, fleet and asset management, public safety and mapping. In addition to utilizing positioning technologies, such as GPS, lasers and optics, Trimble solutions may include software content specific to the needs of the user. Wireless technologies are utilized to deliver the solution to the user and to ensure a tight coupling of the field and the back office. Founded in 1978, Trimble is headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif.
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