Entire range from Bomag on display

25 April 2018

At Intermat 2018 in Paris, Bomag, part of the Fayat Group, is displaying its entire portfolio of compaction equipment for soils, asphalt, and refuse, plus its range of stabilisers/recyclers, planers, and pavers.

RS_650_1 (Small)

RS_650_1 (Small)

Bomag is dedicating an entire area of its stand to the topic of digitisation: in Digital Corner, visitors can use virtual and augmented reality to find out more about Bomag’s digital solutions, from the new Bomag 360° technology for the compaction of asphalt through to the smart Digital Field Service for construction machinery.

On the display area in hall 5A, stand C151, visitors will see the latest innovations, such as the RS 500 stabiliser/recycler with side-shifting milling rotor, and the tandem roller model with new Tango4 exciter system, offering oscillation plus split drum for the first time.

The feature-highlight of the new RS 500 stabiliser/recycler on show at Intermat is the milling rotor which can be moved beyond the wheel edge. It is said that this allows the machine to operate up to the outermost edge of a road carriageway and still remain safe to manoeuvre.

As part of the 360° technology concept, Bomag will present new Tango4 technology for tandem rollers with pivot steering. For the first time, oscillation has been successfully combined with a split drum. Tango4 produces sensitive compaction where needed and is particularly impressive on bends due to lower shearing forces; providing the basis for high quality surface compaction.

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