The GT-3400 is remote controlled, and allows the operator total freedom to move around the entire operation.
The GT-3400's operator stands inside the stringline with the remote control to watch the machine turn a radius on a parking lot project.
Read more about this project in GOMACO World 38.1.
This GT-3400, operated through a wireless remote control, is slipforming European step barrier on the approach of the Limerick Tunnel project in Ireland. The barrier is 35 inches (900 mm) tall, 21 inches (542 mm) wide at the base, and eight inches (200 mm) wide at the top.
This contractor is using their GOMACO GT-3400 to slipform curb and gutter on a project in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. The operator controls the machine with a lightweight, wireless remote. This curb and gutter machine features All-Track Steering (ATS).
This GT-3400 is simultaneously trimming and slipforming stand-up curb in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.
The charging auger and large capacity hopper helped slipform through several radii on a parking lot in Murray, Kentucky.
This GT-3400 is equipped with the Hook-and-Go mold mount system, which makes the changing of molds quick and easy. This left-side pour machine is triming and slipforming curb and gutter in Billings, Montana.
This left-side pour, remote controlled GT-3400 is slipforming 24 in. (610 mm) curb and gutter in Macon, Georgia.
The GT-3400 includes the new piston style legs and the two-speed motor that provides a fast tracking speed of 125 fpm (38 mpm) for job-site mobility.
Many parking lot designs for curb and gutter have sharp angles, short runs, tight radii, and do not always take slipforming into consideration. The new GOMACO GT-3400 makes these kinds of jobs possible. Its compact size from front to back, allow the machine to get into the small areas where one island ends and another begins. And with its extra-large capacity hopper, it’s easier to complete a tight radii, with minimal hand work. The photos below are from projects that illustrate job conditions with a multiple number of curb and gutter islands, short runs, tight radii, and minimum room for maneuvering the paving machine.