2015 SAKAI MW700-1 for sale POA
|Title||2015 SAKAI MW700-1|
|Compaction width - mm||2,100|
|Number of tyres F||1|
|Number of tyres R||2|
|Unballasted Weight - kg||8,770|
Brand New SAKAI MW700-1 Three Wheel Roller
Improvement in construction quality
- "Vibratory three wheel roller", oscillatory or circular(normal) vibration is selected by switch at operator station depending on the job conditions. The oscillatory vibration is good for micro thin lift and the circular vibration is effective fot thick layer compaction.
- Vibration/oscillation can be selected, All three drums, Front left drums, or front right drums only and the positive compaction of longitudinal joint and compaction is fully covered to the edge of curb of pavement.
- Since the three wheel roller does not have overhang, the compactor at job sites adjacent to traffic can be done safety.
- Also at the construction spot contiguous to a traffic opening zone, there are also few overhangs of a frame because of three wheel roller, and it reduces a minor collision with the vehicles it is running.
Gross weight (kg): 8,770
Load on front (kg): 4,460
Load on rear (kg): 4,310
Overall Length (mm): 4,700
Overall Width (mm): 2,100
Overall Height With ROPS (mm): 3,110
Compaction Width (mm): 2,100
Centrifugal force Vib/Osc: 90/145kN
Frequency Vib/Osc: 49Hz (2,580)
Static loner load front/rear: 40.8/39.8
Model: ISUZU / 4JJ1XDUA (Tier 3)
Type: Diesel, Water-cooled, 4-cycle,4cylinder with turbocharger
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