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The Dynapac series of small tandem rollers are designed primarily for small-scale compaction work, such as driveways, bicycle paths, small roads and small parking areas.
The CC800, CC900 and CC1000 models offer an operating weight of approximately 1.6 tons (1.4 t). The series of machines come in drum widths of 31, 35 and 39 in. (78.7, 89 and 99 cm). The machines are fitted with a central lifting eye that is designed to allow fast and simple loading for transportation. The folding ROPS is intended to keep the transport height to a minimum and working under obstructions.
Equipped with water-cooled, three-cylinder Perkins 23.5 hp (17.5 kW) diesel engines, the small tandem rollers offer standard propulsion and vibration on both drums. A switch to turn off vibration on the front drum is standard. A rear drum shut-off can be added as an additional option.
The 50-gal. (189 L) water tank and the Wutomatic Water Control (WAC) system is intended to maximize periods of time between refills. The WAC system used on the CC800, CC900 and CC1000 machines also is used on larger Dynapac asphalt machines. The machines are equipped with a new type of self-draining sprinkler tube and nozzles, which are intended to minimize the risk of ice plugs in cold weather conditions, according to the manufacturer.
A vibration-damped operator’s stand and an ergonomically positioned step are intended to make the machines driver-friendly. Service intervals have been extended and the machines are equipped with a maintenance-free steering hitch and steering cylinder.
For more information, visit www.dynapac.us.
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