Equipment Type

 Tandem Vibratory Rollers

Tandem vibratory rollers compact freshly placed asphalt mats to specific densities using two, smooth steel drums that vibrate to consolidate the material. Many have sophisticated systems that continually measure density as compaction progresses and adjust compaction effort to avoid over-compaction. Using GPS and proprietary software, some rollers can capture a digital record of compaction results.

Tandem Vibratory Rollers Products

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Hamm HD+ 90i PH double drum compactor has a hybrid power train system

The HD+ 90i PH double drum compactor has a hybrid power train system that combines a conventional diesel engine with a hydraulic accumulator.

Volvo DD110C compactor has a 148-horsepower Volvo D4 Tier 4-F engine, an operating weight of 24,350 pounds, and a 66-inch-wide drum.

The DD110C, equipped with a 148-horsepower Volvo D4 Tier 4-F engine, has an operating weight of 24,350 pounds and a 66-inch-wide drum.

BOMAG BW 138 AD-5 tandem vibratory roller has a 54.3-inch rolling width and is suitable for use on granular soils and asphalt.

The BW 138 AD-5 tandem vibratory roller, designed with a large drum diameter and high compaction forces, has a 54.3-inch rolling width and is suitable for use on granular soils and asphalt.

Dynapac CC1100/CC1200 generation VI tandem drum asphalt roller features a cross-mounted engine

The design of the new Dynapac CC1100/CC1200 generation VI compact, tandem-drum, asphalt roller features a cross-mounted engine

Volvo DD35B roller is up to 20 percent more fuel efficient than its predecessor

Volvo DD30B and DD35B rollers are up to 20 percent more fuel efficient than predecessor models

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