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December 2017

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December 2017 | 54 highway contractor | continued Hyundai intros HR26T-9 tandem-drum roller, brings 4 single-drum models to T4F compliance The new HR26T-9 roller weighs 6,400 pounds, has a drum width of 47 inches (working width is 49 inches) and a 31-horse- power, Tier 4 Interim Deutz D 2011 L2i diesel. In addition to asphalt paving and maintenance, the HR26T-9 can be used for soil compaction. Hyundai also updated versions of the HR70C, HR110C, HR120C and HR140C single-drum rollers, which are now powered by a Tier 4 Final engine. Sakai launches 67-inch vibratory tandem-drum roller SW754 Sakai's 67-inch vibratory tandem- drum roller – the SW754 – is de- signed for subbase and base lay- ers, coarse graded asphalt mixes and thick asphalt lift compaction. The machine features a Tier 4 Final 3.8-liter Kubota engine that can go 10 hours without refuel- ing. Vibration/amplitude settings range from low vibration at 2,500, 3,000 and 4,000 vpm to high vi- bration at 2,500 or 3,000 vpm. Sakai says it designed the vibra- tion and driving system control to remain simple – operators can choose from three throttle positions. The machine has curb clearance of 35.4 inches and at the sides, 3.2 inches. Maximum operating weight with the roll- over protection system (ROPS) is 22,939 pounds. The front axle load is 10,373 pounds, and the rear axle weight is 11,563 pounds. Untitled-5 1 12/10/15 10:21 AM

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