Wacker Neuson calls its new remote controlled reversible plate compactor, model DPU 130, the most powerful plate on the market.
Wacker Neuson calls its new remote controlled reversible plate compactor, model DPU 130, the most powerful plate on the market. The 2,612-pound plate produces 29,225 pounds of centrifugal force, and the maker says it “Can easily do the work of any 7-ton roller.” Two separate base plates, each driven by an independent, hydraulic exciter allow the unit to turns within its own diagonal width. A 33-horsepower Lombardini diesel drives the DPU 130, which offers an operating width of 47.2 inches.
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