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machine1999 Dynapac CC232
machine2005 Dynapac CA262D
machine2005 Dynapac CA262PD
machine2007 Ingersoll Rand SD45F
machine1996 Dynapac CA251D
machine1997 Dynapac CA251D
machine1999 Dynapac CA262D
machine1997 Dynapac 251D
Not all road rollers are the same! Probably one of the first things to decide when considering the purchase of a new roller, is whether a roller or flat plate compactor is going to be most appropriate. There's little doubt that when it comes to tarmac road, driveway or parking lot surfaces, a roller is going to be most appropriate. An absolute essential for road construction, a road roller benefits from enhanced manoeuvrability and speed - a good roller is capable of flattening a large area rapidly, making it a superb choice for civil engineering projects.
One of the limitations of a standard roller is that it lacks the vibratory action necessary to compact larger particles more closely together. A roller is excellent for firmer surfaces, but to ensure effective compaction of sand, silt, gravel or similar mediums, a vibratory roller or vibrating compactor plate is going to give you the results you're looking for. A vibratory roller combines the compaction properties that the roller provides with the additional performance which a vibratory action can bring.
Particularly when surfaces are being built that incorporate a firmer medium than tarmac, a pneumatic roller may be a better option. Pneumatic rollers operate using pneumatic tires, in contrast to traditional rollers, which utilise a metal drum. Pneumatic rollers can work particularly well where there is a need for closer compaction. Generating more static forces than a metal roller, a pneumatic roller enables particles to cluster together, increasing density and thereby improving the integrity of the surface.
In addition to Caterpillar vibratory roller options for sale, we also offer rollers from other well-known brands such as Hitachi, Ingersoll-Rand (Volvo), Tampo, the Huber company and Case CE. Available in a good selection of different sizes and configurations, our rollers are suitable for use by forestry, farming, mining, utilities and construction industry professionals. Enormously versatile and essential for any project where surface compaction is a necessity, our assortment of rollers includes: sheepsfoot rollers; cylindrical rollers of varying dimensions; smooth wheeled rollers; grid rollers; and vibratory rollers.