Good vibrations

24 April 2008

Germany-Based contractor dallman is using a fleet of jcb vibromax equipment to carry out a major infrastructure improvement project in Quakenbruck, Germany. As part of the scheme, the contractor is reconstructing one of the city’s main streets, including modernising the storm drains and waste water pipes.

Dallman also added a VM75D roller to its existing 12-strong Vibromax fleet of rollers, tampers and vibrating plates for the asphalt surfacing elements of the project. Dallman foreman Michael Abraham said, “The performance of the VM75D has been very good and helped us to achieve the compaction levels needed without difficulty.”

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