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February 2015 | Construction Equipment Distribution | www.cedmag.com | 23 on E tion February 2015 | Construction Equipm pment Distribution | www. w cedmag.c ag om | 23 23 on i n o t Atlas Copco Adds to Soil Roller Line Atlas Copco has introduced its CA1300 and CA1500 single-drum soil rollers for high maneuverability and visibility on parking lot, road, utility pipe and street projects. e new CA1500 roller features Atlas Copco's exclusive Active Bouncing Control (ABC), a cross-mounted Tier-4 Interim or Tier-4 Final engine and steel blades that improve compaction, safety and visibility. e engines on the CA1300 and CA1500 are cross-mounted, placed perpendicular to the frames, which is an industry first. e rollers' hydraulic pumps are also in line with the engine. is allows users to reach all the necessary components on the engines and hydraulic pumps for fast and easy service and maintenance. Cross-mounted engines also offer opti- mal weight distribution and contribute to the units' minimal footprint. e CA1300 features a Tier-4 Final, 75-horsepower Kubota diesel engine, and the CA1500 uses a Tier-4 Interim, 100-horsepower Cummins diesel engine. Both have top-mounted, cool air intakes with side vents that combine with the ejector exhaust outlet to minimize engine noise and prevent dust from being sucked into the engine compartment, which is a common occurrence on soil compaction sites. e rollers' high static linear loads make them ideal for compacting a range of materials, from clay to rock fill. e CA1300 features a static linear load of 73 pounds per linear inch (PLI), and the CA1500 has 112 PLI. e compaction power is transferred through the rollers' drums to efficient- ly compact soil with minimal passes. e CA1300's 54-inch drum and the CA1500's 66-inch drum give operators optimal visibility and allow them to maneuver into tight work- spaces, such as pipe trenches or road shoulders. Atlas Copco's ABC system, an optional feature for the CA1500 through CA6500 models, prevents operators from over-compacting the soil, which can damage the rollers. e optional ABC system helps protect the frame and drum by detecting double jumping as soon as it begins to occur and shutting off the roller' vibration. For more information visit www.atlascopco.com.us >> READY TO ORDER (continued on page 55)

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