The BW190ADO-5 tandem vibratory roller offers conventional front-drum vibration and the company’s TanGO tangential-oscillation system for the rear-drum, increasing the machine’s flexibility, says Bomag.
The TanGO system’s vibration forces are directed horizontally, allowing the drum to maintain continuous ground contact for efficient compaction results in a few passes. This capability, says Bomag, allows the new machine to take on not only highway and roadway projects, but also to work in more sensitive applications, such as within close proximity to buildings and on bridge structures.
The rear drum has a highly wear-resistant wrapper surface, says Bomag, and is covered by an 8-year/8,000-operating-hour warranty. The roller’s front drum provides both dual vibration frequencies (3,000/4,200 vpm) and dual amplitudes (0.036/0.013 inches).
With a mainline rolling width of 78.3 inches, the BW190ADO-5 uses a 114-horsepower Kubota diesel and can be equipped with the Bomag Economizer system that indicates the degree of material stiffness via an LED light system.