The 67-inch-wide Sakai 700 Series vibratory double-drum asphalt rollers feature three-position, 180-degree rotating operating consoles.
Featuring a three-position, 180-degree rotating operating console with instrument panel and seat, the operator's station for Sakai's new 67-inch-wide 700 Series vibratory double-drum asphalt rollers has been enhanced to minimize vibration to the operator, says the company. The two models in the 700 Series use turbocharged Isuzu 4JJ1XDIA water-cooled Tier 3 diesel engines delivering 123 horsepower. The SW770 offers one frequency at 3,000 vibrations per minute and two amplitude settings of 0.012 to 0.025 inches; the SW770HF offers three frequency settings up to 4,000 vibrations per minute with the same two amplitude settings. Sakai's ExactCompact and Intelligent Compaction systems are available as add-on features.
Five rollers from Chicago Pneumatic are now available in North America: three tandem rollers and two soil compactors.
New frame design and a Tier 4 engine mark the improvements in models BW141AD-5 and BW151AD-5 tandem vibratory rollers.
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.
Sakai’s high impact, low vibration rammers – the RS45 at 110 pounds, RS65 at 160 pounds and RS75 at 180 pounds – are powered by Honda gasoline engines ranging in horsepower from 2.3 to 2.8.