Compaction equipment plays an essential role in many types of projects, from road development to industrial complexes and land rehabilitation sites. Different types of compaction equipment compact raw dirt, landfill debris, rock and road surfaces to specific density levels to ensure the ground does not cave in over time.
Vibrating Road Rollers Vibratory compactors are large, heavy-duty machines often weighing upwards of 35,000 to 45,000 pounds depending on the model. The vehicle uses a round steel drum in place of front tires to compact soil and asphalt flat and smooth with a total force of 70 to 100 pounds per square inch or more depending on the model. The rear axle is equipped with rubber tires that propel the vehicle while the drum rolls and vibrates. Since the roller drum is fixed, the vehicle steers via a center pivot point that articulates the drum left or right.
Plate Compactor The plate compactor is for use in tight spaces and small surface areas of about 5,000 to 10,000 square feet. It is a walk behind compactor with a vibrating plate positioned on the bottom of the machine. Most models weigh between 100 to 200 lbs. and are capable of compacting soil to a depth of 12 inches. This compactor type is used to compact the base rock beneath both asphalt and surfaces paved with stone, or brick that will need to accommodate vehicles and heavy foot traffic.
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Designed As A Lightweight Asphalt Roller, Effective In The Compaction Of Level Sub-Layers As Well As Finish Layers On Roads, Driveways, Parking Lots, Or Any Other Asphalt Surfaces. Articulated Steering Provides A High Degree Of Maneuverability Making This Roller Ideal For Use Along Curbs, Walls Or Foundations. Also Excellent For Compaction Of Asphalt Repairs. Articulated Frame With Power Steering Allows Extremely Accurate Control. Infinitely Variable Forward And Reverse Hydrostatic Drive Results In Smooth, Even Accelerations And Stops For Smooth Surfaces.
Front Drum Vibration With Static Rear Drum Leaves Excellent Asphalt Finish. Power Steering And Convenient. Located Controls Enhance Operator's Ease Of Handling. Machined Drums With Tapered Edges Greatly Reduce Track Patterns On Fresh Asphalt Surfaces. Plastic Water Sprinkling System Is Corrosion Free And Easily Removed For Cleaning. High Curb Clearance Allows For Flush Compaction Against Walks And Curbs. Variable Flow Water Valves Allows Precise Flow Adjustment Each Drum To Match Asphalt Conditions. Rear Drum Can Be Ballasted To Increase Weight. Dual Drum Drive Provides Excellent Handling And Performance.