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.
Sakai America’s 300 Series rollers include three double-drum steel and two steel/pneumatic-tire combinations, all with high frequencies of 4,000 vibrations per minute.
Considering the increasing importance of the pneumatic-tire roller for today's asphalt mixes, design enhancements in Bomag's new 99-hp BW24RH and 131-hp BW27RH should be well received. The new machines are hydrostatically driven, providing infinite speed control to 12 mph and smoothing forward/reverse changes.
Two pneumatic-tire compactors, the 99-hp BW24RH and the 131-hp BW27RH, replace model BW24R.
Two new rubber-tired rollers have lots of horsepower, refined hydrostatic drive, innovative steering and adjustable operating weights