Dynapac’s Street-Smart Range of Compact Tandem Rollers
Quiet, modern and with a water-cooled engine - Dynapac’s new range of articulated compact tandem rollers – the CC1100, CC1200 and CC1300 – means good news for customers. The rollers have an operating weight of 2400 kg to 3900 kg and are available in two configurations throughout the range: with dual steel vibratory drums or as a combi version featuring one vibratory drum and four rubber tires.
The new rollers feature state of the art drivers’ platform, design and engines. Engineered primarily for asphalt compaction on streets and pavements in urban areas, the CC1300 is also suitable for compacting sub-bases and base courses and is adequate to follow a small paver.
The large drum diameter makes them especially effective on soft asphalt compounds. In addition, the ratio of drum diameter to static linear load considerably reduces the risk of cracks.
In the combi versions, the rubber tires are operated in pairs by separate drive motors. This reduces the risk of marring newly laid asphalt when making sharp turns. A very low center of gravity keeps the machines stable, and sturdy handgrips and boarding steps make it safer to get on and off the machine.
The high clearance at the drum edge facilitates compaction close to high curbs. When equipped with optional features such as a sideways sliding seat and dual driving controls, there is a clear view of the edge of the drums.
The rollers are equipped with a corrosion-free, impact-resistant water tank. Three separate filters alleviate the problem of clogged sprinkler nozzles, and the entire sprinkler system can be drained easily with a few simple hand operations.
This new family of rollers is built up from a lot of common parts. This not only secures great parts availability now and in the future, but also indicates that these models will be offered for many years to come – thus further underlining the high second-hand value of Dynapac equipment.
Dynapac Compaction Equipment will be exhibiting at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2011.
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