Dynapac is introducing the new 8-ton tandem asphalt roller CC2200 VI at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2023. Dynapac continues its mission to provide operators with robust, high-quality, and reliable rollers equipped to take on todays and tomorrow’s challenges. The CC2200 VI belongs to a series of new rollers from 8 to 10 ton with drum width 59 to 66 in. It comes with numerous new features that ensure optimal paving results, operational efficiency, and operator comfort.
The Dynapac CC2200 VI has been designed for maximum operator comfort and safety. Its ergonomically designed interior comes with a new operator interface, including a full-color seven-inch touch display and easy access to all controls. The 360° pedestrian detection camera provides operators with continuous “bird's eye” view while working, offering not only more comfort and safety on the jobsite but helps to ensure high- quality compaction results. The corrosion-free water tank is mounted low in the front frame, which contributes to the 1x1 m view and full visibility of the drum surface and drum spray nozzles. The seat and steering module welcome drivers with a +/- 90o rotation and full sliding function.
The CC2200 VI can also be equipped with various extra features designed to best fit local conditions including an operator’s platform with ROPS, ROPS CAB, Automatic Climate Control, Full 255o seat rotation and much more.
The Dynapac CC2200 VI – CC3800 VI Tandem Asphalt Roller range comes with our special SEISMIC feature that offers a whole host of benefits for optimal compaction and operator comfort. The Seismic feature automatically determines the optimal frequency for any compacted material, constantly monitors the variations, and automatically adjusts to changing conditions. The SEISMIC system is active on both drums for reduced vibration power and energy consumption. The resulting lower noise levels and vibrations within the cabin offer greater driver comfort, while the generally reduced number of passes saves time, fuel, and money.
The range also have the optional unique Dyn@Lyzer system available. As a state-of-the-art compaction control and documentation system, the Dyn@Lyzer records and maps the stiffness and stiffness progress of the compacted layer in real-time, as well as temperature and number of passes. It additionally functions as a quality control and assurance device, as well as a production tool to optimize the compaction effort. Seamless communication is key during any compaction job, which is why operators can also look forward to an open interface for 3rd party compaction control systems. Ready to connect through the open interface today are Topcon, Leica and Trimble. The protocol is available for other future 3rd parties that are interested too.
As with all Dynapac products, the range meets the strictest environmental regulations including automatic idling for less fuel consumption and reduced noise emissions. Additionally, the unique “ECOMode” can save up to 20% more fuel and comes standard for the T4f and Stage V engines. Biodegradable hydraulic fluid is an optional alternative. The Seismic system will of course add up to even more fuel savings.