Pipe fusion machine

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McElroy's TracStar® 28 is now available with a larger tracked chassis powered by diesel fuel. Named the "Super 28," the machine is designed for fusing 2" IPS to 8" DIPS polyethylene pipe. The TracStar machines are self-contained, self-propelled, track-mounted vehicles that can handle grades up to 30%. The four-jaw fusion carriage can be removed for in-ditch fusion. For tight installations, the outer fixed jaw of the carriage and the skid can be removed from the carriage, converting the unit to a three-jaw carriage.

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