From Ag Machines to Road Rollers




In 1911, HAMM launched the world’s first motorized road roller. The Hamm brothers had already been making motorized machinery. They built stationary traction engines, motorized plows and threshing machines.

Hamm used a 1-cylinder engine by Deutz which could be operated with petrol or benzene. The engine managed 16 hp at 280 rpm.

From the 1920s, the HAMM motorized road rollers became increasing well-established and grew to be HAMM’s most successful product.

Source: Wirtgen Group

Partagez sur Facebook / Share on Facebook    

© InfraStructures - Tous droits réservés - All rights reserved