Marini Machines Puts Finishing Touch on Paving Projects

Wed February 27, 2002 - Northeast Edition
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Chester County Milling and Paving operates three pieces of Marini equipment. With both an MP1300 and an MP2000 planer in its fleet, President Nick Chilla now has opportunities to take on more jobs of various sizes.

Chilla has set up his company with the capability to do the reconstructive paving work that will be the standard for years to come. He can send one of his crews to a job site to do the advance milling work and afterwards, have the crew on the Marini MF704 paver finish the project.

With a comprehensive 8- to 16-ft. (2.4 to 4.9 m) hydraulic screed and 5-ft. (1.5 m) manual extensions, the MF704 makes even the biggest jobs go smoothly and quickly. For added versatility, the combination vibrator/tamper bar feature allows for efficient operation in either conventional or Superpave applications.