Compact roller

15 April 2008

Dynapac's new 9 tonne CG333HF features split HF (high frequency) drums at the front and rear with low amplitude and high frequency operation for optimum compaction performance, particularly on thin asphalt layers with high stone content without crushing the stone.

It also offers nominal amplitude of 0,5 or 0,2 mm and a vibration frequency of 52 Hz at high amplitude and 65 Hz at low amplitude.

With an increased drum width of 1,68 m and an extended base of 4,07 m, the roller retains a compact build, while a low cab height of less than 3 m ensures easy transportation.

Wider compaction widths can be achieved using the offset option of up to 900 mm in both directions. Electronic drive control (EDC) is fitted as standard and combined with front or synchro steering ensures easy operation. In an emergency the EDC will automatically switch to transport mode to quickly stop the machine.

The roller also incorporates integrated sprinklers and scrapers and a 370 litre capacity water tank. Powered by a 62 kW Deutz BF4M 2011 air-cooled diesel engine the CG333HF has a top speed of 12 km/hour.

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