Available in three variations, the 12-ton-class Sakai SV610-III soil roller is powered by a Tier-3 Cummins QSV4.5 turbocharged engines generating 148 horsepower.
Powered by Tier-3 Cummins QSV4.5 turbocharged engines generating 148 horsepower, 12-ton-class Sakai SV610-III Series soil rollers come in three variations, each standard with dual amplitude. The SV610D-III smooth-drum roller weighs in at 27,555 pounds and is suited for rock and granular materials; the SV610T-III padfoot roller weighs 27,710 pounds and is designed for cohesive materials, silts and clays; and the SV610TF-III is a padfoot/smooth combination that weighs 32,560 pounds. With a drum width of 84 inches, each Sakai SV610-III roller is equipped with a two-brake, three-way-failsafe system.
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.