STRASSMAYR – The Strassmayr brand history has begun in Austria, more than 70 years ago, in 1938, in a small town of Adlwang.
Initially the company was engaged in metal treatment.
Thanks to the Strassmayr family determination, as well as to the emerging opportunities of the company development, in late 1965 – early 1966 the company produced the first bitumen spraying machine, driven by an industrial tractor. This event was a new chapter in the Strassmayr company history. Since that time, the key company’s activity has been the manufacture of road building and repairing machines. www.strassmayr.com
Fields of application:
- Road repairing
- Asphalt repair
- Joystick & manual spraying
- Repair of cracks & holes
- Sidewalks & Cycling paths
- Quick repair of damaged roads
STRASSMAYR STP1008 Joystick road repairing machine
STRASSMAYR Type STP 1008 Joystick road repairing machine
The safest and most convenient repairing machine to repair road surfaces.
Straßmayr Type STP 1008 Joystick road repairing machine is designed to partially repair road surfaces. The entire repair is carried out using one device controlled by the operator with a joystick from the vehicle cabin, using the technology of emulsion and gravel. The device is installed on a truck. Strassmayr repairing machine has an independent drive for all features, is equipped with hydraulic suspended working arm, installed on the front of a vehicle. The arm installed in the front of a vehicle provides maximum operator safety, which supports all stages of the repair process of a surface without leaving a vehicle cabin.
The front arm enables to work with a road surface in front of a vehicle within 3.5 m.
The innovative bypass system allows to automatically reduce gravel ejection from the nozzle of the repairing machine, which greatly reduces the amount of wasted material surrounding the area to be repaired.
One-person operation supports all stages of repair of a surface
The use of the world-renowned emulsion and gravel technology
Quick and easy disassembly of the machine and the possibility to set on legs
“By-pass” – the system for automatic reduction of the speed of feeding gravel