Basically Arrow is manufacturing a range of automatic Kerb making machines. It has two types-Extruders and slipformers. There are different models to take up different kind of Kerb making, right starting from very small one which are used for making car parking areas and housing construction areas to large highway projects. Arrow machines are very reliable and very sturdy and have proved itself in Indian condition in the past 15 years and today more than 130 arrow machines are working in India with all the leading players working in highway sector.
Arrows 770 the Kerbmaker is the most versatile kerbing machine in the world, as it can, with detachable moulds; produce a myriad of shapes from 150mm to 1220mm wide without having to change the power unit. Under auto control it can achieve accuracy to +/-3mm. The Kerbmaker does not require truck mixer feeding and can be fed by small dumpers carrying concrete from a ½ cu. Metre mixer on site. A small crew of 3 to 5 men can produce 600 metres of structurally sound kerbing in a day. In short, I can say Arrows 770 is compact, affordable, accurate and most important cost effective machine.
On taking part at bC India, Mr. Tim Andrews, Managing Director of Arrows, said, participation at the show will help us to get reconnected with our existing clients as well as with new customers and players who have recently entered into the highway sector. We have participated in many Bauma events and have received good responses, so we are very optimistic about the bC India exhibition which will be held in Mumbai. We plan to introduce our upgraded slipform machines and haul over bridge machines. We have implemented the new control system and some other important features in this new slipform machine. We hope this bC exhibition will very much help us in improving our market and we see Arrow machines will soon become real force in paving and kerbing industry not just in India but also across the world.