Nortrax NE LLC has been appointed a distributor for Bomag and Hypac products in the state of Maine. Under the agreement, Nortrax NE will distribute Bomag compaction, milling, paving and recycling products as well as Hypac compaction products in the state of Maine, adding to their presence in Vermont, New Hampshire and parts of upstate New York.
The C766D and C778D tandem drum rollers from Hypac feature a redesigned operator’s cockpit that provides increased comfort and control, resulting in improved efficiency and productivity, according to the manufacturer. With a sliding/swivel seat, the rollers’ cockpit allows the operator to quickly adjust positions without switching seats, while providing a clear view of the roller drum edges.
JESCO has expanded its compaction line with the addition of HYPAC road building equipment. JESCO will now sell and service HYPAC’s full line of rollers throughout New Jersey and the metro New York area. “It’s a very exciting opportunity and privilege for JESCO to become an authorized dealer for such a distinguished brand of roadbuilding equipment,” stated Jon Robustelli, president of JESCO.
Bomag Americas has announced the appointment of Vantage Equipment LLC as a new distributor to carry its Hypac compaction products. The Hypac line includes a full range of steel wheel and pneumatic tired rollers as well as single- and double-drum vibratory rollers.
McClung-Logan Equipment Company’s new branch offices will serve Bomag and Hypac customers throughout the entire state of Virginia. In addition to its Manassas, VA, office, McClung-Logan has added offices in Roanoke, Richmond, Wise and Chesapeake, VA, to its Bomag and Hypac territory.
Compaction America has announced that Southeastern Equipment Company’s new branch in Brilliant, OH, will serve Hypac customers in the southeastern part of the state.
Headquartered in Cambridge, OH, Southeastern Equipment now offers the Hypac line of compaction equipment at a total of 12 locations throughout Ohio.
The C560B pneumatic tire roller from Hypac offers increased travel speeds for enhanced productivity and an ergonomic operator’s station for improved comfort and convenience.
A more powerful 110-hp (82 kW) Cummins diesel engine allows the C560B to work at speeds up to 15.5 mph (24.9 km), almost two mph faster than the model it replaces.
Compaction America Inc.’s Hypac C766C and C778B vibratory double-drum compactors are designed with a new computer control system with microprocessor display. These rollers offer a “human-engineered” operator platform and a travel joystick with integrated thumb-tip vibration control.