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 America’s 300 Series rollers include three tandem vibratory and two steel/pneumatic tire combinations, all with high frequencies of 4,000 vibrations per minute. They can roll faster while adhering to the industry standard of 10 to 12 impacts per foot. The SW300-1, SW320-1 and SW330-1 double drum rollers have drum widths of 39, 47 and 51 inches respectively. Sakai’s TW320-1 and TW330-1 rollers feature 47- and 51-inch vibratory drums plus the kneading action of pneumatic tires on the rear for surface finishing. All five models are powered by 35-horsepower Kubota diesels and have hydrostatic drive on both ends of the machine.
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.
Sakai’s new light equipment includes a line of five vibratory plate compactors – models PF120, PF150, PF280, PC600 and PC800 – built to last with cast iron sleeves, forged crankshaft, twin bearings and alloy-steel vibrating plates.