The Padfoot (PD) version, equipped with pads and drum drive, is especially suitable for the compaction of silt and clay soils. The PD version can be equipped with leveling blade and the Smooth Drum (D) version with padfoot shell kit.
Compaction width is 1676 mm (66”) and static linear load 20 kg/cm (112 pli) giving the ability to compact sand and gravel down to 50 cm (20 in.). Two amplitudes, high at 1.7 mm (0.067 in.) and low at 0.8 mm (0.032”), makes the machine versatile and suited for all supporting and reinforcement courses. The PD version can compact silt and clay at a depth of 45 cm (18 in.).
Machines are equipped with Kubota Stage Tier4 final engine at 55 kW (75 hp), latest emission standard and ECO is standard. This means low fuel consumption and low CO2 emissions and a very low noise level at all times. The engine is transversally mounted to get perfect service access standing on ground and air inlet for both combustion air and cooling air is high located to minimize dust intake. A 12 volts outlet is located in the engine compartment to facilitate service even during night operation.
The ergonomically designed operator’s station, with standard roll over protection bar (ROPS), offers a high level of operator comfort and good visibility over the work area and surroundings. Working lights for best visibility and night work is standard as well as the protective structure around operator’s legs and 3” seat belt. The vibration insulated platform gives very low body and hand/arm vibrations. Battery disconnect is located outside the fire zone close to operator on platform offering a large lockable storing compartment.
With the flotation tires, differential lock and drum drive traction both forward and reverse is at its best. The dual speed secures a high transportation speed easy to control with the balanced stroke of the forward and reverse lever. If the levelling blade is mounted, all controls operate with the top button on forward and reverse lever, no need to change grip on lever or steering wheel.
Safety functions includes back-up alarm, battery switch outside fire zone and interlock. As on all Dynapac equipment, the parking brake is separate from the forward and reverse lever, so the parking break is not unintentionally released. The engine hood is lockable to cover all filling points to secure operation if the machine remains parked on a jobsite overnight.
For further information, please contact:
Vijay Palanisamy, Sr. Product Marketing Manager
Jennifer Bishop, Communication and Marketing Manager
Dynapac is a leading supplier of high-tech soil and asphalt rollers, pavers and milling equipment, committed to strengthening customer performance. Dynapac is represented worldwide via its own regional sales and service offices, and also cooperates with an extensive professional distribution network. Headquartered in Wardenburg, Germany, Dynapac has production facilities in Europe, South America, and Asia. Dynapac is part of the FAYAT Group. Dynapac North America customer support and distribution is located in Fort Mill, SC. www.dynapac.com.