Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas Offers Three Tandem-Drum Compaction Roller Models

Thu March 01, 2018 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The Hyundai HR26T-9 tandem-drum compaction roller has an operating weight of 6,400 lb. (2,900 kg) and drum width of 47 in. (120 cm). A Deutz D 2011 L2 I diesel engine rated at 31 hp (23 kW) powers the HR26T-9.
The Hyundai HR26T-9 tandem-drum compaction roller has an operating weight of 6,400 lb. (2,900 kg) and drum width of 47 in. (120 cm). A Deutz D 2011 L2 I diesel engine rated at 31 hp (23 kW) powers the HR26T-9.

Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas recently added a third model — the HR26T-9 — to its Series 9 tandem-drum compaction rollers. Hyundai's compact, tandem-drum roller models are designed for asphalt paving and maintenance, and offer 360-degree visibility for the operator.

The Hyundai HR26T-9 model has an operating weight of 6,400 lb. (2,900 kg) and drum width of 47 in. (120 cm), with a working width of 49 in. (125 cm). A Tier IV Interim-compliant Deutz D 2011 L2i diesel engine rated at 31 hp (23 kW) powers the HR26T-9.

While the Hyundai tandem-drum roller models are primarily designed for asphalt paving applications, contractors also may use these compact machines for soil compaction. The tandem-drum rollers feature front and rear scrapers to keep the drums free of material buildup. They also provide 55-gal. (208.2 L) water-spray systems that can sprinkle both the pavement surface of the drums, with operator-adjustable sprinkling intervals. Each model offers the largest drum in its weight class for optimum compaction results.

Other standard equipment on Hyundai tandem-drum roller models includes ROPS roll bar, hydrostatic drive, hydrostatic vibration system at both drums, automatic vibration mode (double / single vibration), spring-loaded brakes on both drums, manual emergency stop switch with touch sensitive switch at the seat, spring-mounted driver's compartment, four headlights, driver's seat with armrests and safety belt, and lockable dashboard.

For more information, visit www.hceamericas.com.




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