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CS142N Steel drum rollers

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  • Dimensions
Compaction width 2100 mm
Drum diameter 1500 mm
Drum width 2100 mm
Height, with ROPS 3460 mm
Height, without ROPS 2500 mm
Length 4780 mm
Width 2150 mm
Discontinued true
The primary application for the CS142 is the compaction of asphalt in limited course thicknesses, i.e., about 25 to 50 mm, depending on stiffness of the asphalt compound and the prevailing weather conditions. The large width, 2100 mm, ensures a relatively high surface capacity. This machine is suitable for medium size and large size applications. In areas where vibration in the ground should be avoided, i.e., close to buildings and on bridges, it is an ideal machine. The CS142 can also be used for the compaction of coarse-grained soil that does not have a content of fine material that is too high. For efficient compaction the maximum size of rock should not exceed 1/3, preferably 1/5, of the course thickness to minimize bridging.
Operating Mass: 10800 kg
Static linear load: N/A
Compaction width: 2100 mm

Technical data

Max. operating mass (ballasted) 13000 kg
Operating mass (ballasted) 12600 kg
Front module mass (ballasted) 6600 kg
Rear module mass (ballasted) 6000 kg
Type Articulated steering
Turning radius, inside 3550 mm
Turning radius, outside 5650 mm
Vertical oscillation ±9°
Transport speed 0-15 km/h
Working speed 0-10 km/h
Engine / Drive
Manufacturer/Model Deutz TD 3.6 L4 IIIB/T4F
Type Water cooled turbo Diesel
Rated power, SAE J1995 55 kW (74 hp ) @ 2200 rpm
Fuel tank capacity 110 l
Hydraulic system
Driving Axial piston pump with variable displacement.
3 axial piston motors, 2 with variable displacement.
Steering Gear pump with constant displacement.
Service brake Hydrostatic in forward and reverse lever.
Emergency brake
Failsafe multidisc on all 3 drums.
Noise emissions
2000/14/EG, LwA 103 dB(A)

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