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Curb system enhanced for more versatility

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TYGAR introduces the new Bengal TG1000 XL curb machine.

| January 31, 2011

TYGAR Manufacturing has introduced the next generation Bengal curb machine, the TG1000 XL.  

The Bengal has been enhanced to provide more strength, longevity and more choices in curb shapes. The improved features include an integrated cabling system, an improved hopper liner and a larger number of standard mold shapes.  

“Because TYGAR’s CurbCable System is now integrated into the machine’s design, contractors can more readily increase the strength of any curbing job without having to attach a separate apparatus, like with other machines,” said Clifton Dodge, sales manager of TYGAR.    

TYGAR’s improved liner is designed to provide even greater functionality to the extrusion and clean-up process. By adding a 6x4 round cap mold along with TYGAR’s three other standard molds, the Bengal now has more shapes to offer than any other standard curb machine on the market. In addition to the increased functionality of the Bengal XL, the machine still has the versatility to produce more than 30 different stamp patterns, 25 distinct curb shapes, 24-inch walkways and curbs with accent lighting. 

As a standard feature on the new Bengal XL, the system extrudes a braided galvanized cable into concrete curbs in order to provide strength and longevity to any curbing project. TYGAR’s system fully mitigates any possible adverse impact from freezing and thawing. Used along with TYGAR’s special additives, the CurbCable system virtually eliminates the threat of separation or deterioration in landscape curbing.  
 

 

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