Two pneumatic-tire compactors, the 99-hp BW24RH and the 131-hp BW27RH, replace model BW24R.
Two pneumatic-tire compactors, the 99-hp BW24RH and the 131-hp BW27RH, replace model BW24R. They feature hydrostatic drive and two-point pivot steering, providing seamless speeds up to 12 mph. Pivot-steer provides "sequenced" steering, allowing inside and outside tire pairs to turn at different rates for protecting the mat. The BW24RH's fully ballasted operating weight is 52,911 pounds; the BW27RH is 59,525 pounds.
The GRW 280i series pneumatic compactors has been updated with 114-horsepower Deutz Tier 4-Interim engines.
Case Construction Equipment has introduced its first pneumatic-tire compactor, the PT240, an eight-wheeled machine designed for rolling hot-mix-asphalt surface treatments, such as chip-and-seal, as well as soil-stabilization applications.
Three models have been introduced in the BM-35 series of milling machines, which have been redesigned with the milling rotors in the rear.
The Bomag Cedarapids CR552 mainline paver is built for full-width paving with a 27-ton hopper load bearing capacity.