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December 2017

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Page 52 of 75 | December 2017 53 Atlas Copco Dynapac Generation VI asphalt rollers offer 3-year telematics subscription Three models – the Dynapac CC4200VI, CC5200VI and CC6200VI – will be offered with a three-year FleetLink Advanced telematics system that allows users to opti- mize fleet utilization and reduce maintenance costs. This system records the location of the equipment and working hours, allowing users to monitor the machine's parameters and performance. Users can set one or more geo-fences, either for a single machine or a group of machines. The FleetLink package includes a hardware module, access to an online fleet management portal and a monthly connection package subscription, which cus- tomers can extend after three years. The new Atlas Copco Dynapac Generation VI articu- lated tandem rollers feature temperature sensors on the front and rear rollers so operators can better manage temperature drop while compacting. Bomag's BW 28 RH pneumatic tire roller offers high range of operating weight The BW 28 RH pneumatic tire roller offers an enlarged ballast compartment for a high range of operating weight, as well as a higher maximum wheel load to en- able deeper static compaction. The operating weight of the BW 28 RH extends from 18,960 to 61,730 pounds. The max wheel load is 7,715 pounds. Ballast can be added with concrete, steel and/or un- derfloor weights plus water, dry sand or wet sand. Con- tractors can install four 1,653-pound concrete weights, four 3,307-pound steel weights or two 1,543-pound underfloor weights. Plus, the 106-cubic-foot ballast com- partment can hold up to 6,614 pounds of water, 9,920 pounds of dry sand or 13,228 pounds of wet sand. The machine's eight offsetting tires overlap by 1.3 inches and spread across 80.4 inches. The front axle has three-way pivoting to evenly distribute weight across all the tires which, with an optional tire inflation system, can vary in tire pressure from 29 to 116 psi. The BW 28 RH also features a 134-horsepower Deutz Tier 4 Final diesel engine. With its Ecomode load-depen- dent operation, the roller provides fuel savings up to 30 percent compared to previous models, Bomag says. Sany enters compaction market with SSR120C-8 roller Sany America's first model in the compaction market – the SSR120C-8 roller compactor – features a Cummins Tier 4 Final 160-horsepower engine and electronically controlled travel and vibratory functions. This roller comes standard with a rearview camera and a heated, air-suspension seat. The operating weight is 26,455 pounds. Drum width is 84 inches with a 59-inch diameter. Ground clearance is 19 inches. The wheel base measures 116 inches.

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