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CC722 Double drum vibratory rollers

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Drum width 2,130 mm
Discontinued true
The CC722 is the worlds biggest serial produced tandem roller. A machine with an operating weight of almost 17 tons. This roller is designed to facilitate economical operation in major projects which demand highly efficient compaction such as landing strips and major motorways. As a rule, this machine achieves the required density after very few passes, even when compacting thick layers of asphalt, roller concrete or harsh asphalt mixes. The large diameter of the drums also makes this machine suitable for operation on softer mixes, despite its heavy weight.
Operating Mass: 16,780 kg
SLL (front/rear): 38.7/ 40.0 kg/cm
Compaction width: 2,130 mm

Technical data

Max. operating mass 17,985 kg
Operating mass (incl. ROPS) 16,780 kg
Module mass (front/rear) 8,245 kg/ 8,530 kg
Speed range (Dual/TC/AS) 0-11 km/h
Vertical oscillation ±5°
Max. theoretical gradeability 30 %
Centrifugal force (high/low amplitude) 215 kN/ 102 kN
Nominal amplitude (high/low) 0.7 mm/ 0.4 mm
Static linear load (front/rear) 38.7/ 40.0 kg/cm
Vibration frequency (high/low amplitude) 48 Hz/ 48 Hz
Water tank volume 2x670
Manufacturer/Model Cummins QSB 6.7(IIIA/T3)
Type Water cooled with after cooler
Rated power, SAE J1995 170 kW (228 hp ) @ 2,100 rpm
Fuel tank capacity 335 l
Alternative Engine
Manufacturer/Model Cummins QSB 6.7 (IIIB/T4i)
Type Water cooled with After Cooler
Rated power, SAE J1995 164 kW (220 hp ) @ 2,000 rpm
Alternative Engine
Hydraulic system
Driving Axial piston pump with variable displacement.
Axial piston motors (2) with constant displacement.
Vibration Axial piston pump/motors (2) with constant displacement.
Steering Gear pump with constant displacem.
Service brake Hydrostatic in forward and reverse lever.
Parking/Emergency brake Failsafe multidisc brake in both drums.

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