The VM117D is powered by a 125-horsepower Tier 4-Interim JCB Ecomax engine that delivers up to a 10 percent fuel savings, the company says.
Atlas Copco’s Dynapac CT3000 tamping compactor is designed for large-volume work on cohesive and semi-cohesive soils.
Featuring a new traction control system that can effectively put these 84-inch-wide single-drum soil compactors to work on slopes up to 62 percent, new Sakai SV510-III Series rollers feature patented shock isolation systems that are completely independent of the drum drive system.
The triangular track drive system on Sakai’s CV550 single-drum vibratory roller can climb 45-degree slopes while compacting.
The Hypac C810C Series single-drum rollers feature two amplitudes and an "optimized frequency," providing "maximum compaction results on the widest range of soil types," says the manufacturer. The smooth-drum model (C815C) is designed for work on granular and mixed-soil applications.