NSW Govt buys six Bomag multi-tyred rollers
Six new Bomag multi-tyred rollers have been delivered to the New South Wales Roads & Maritime Services (RMS) to be deployed in some of the harshest conditions in Australia, primarily operating in the southern and western regions of the state and in some cases stretching out as far as Broken Hill.
Distributor Tutt Bryant says the rollers have a raft of features and benefits that are ideally suited to the very harsh Australian working environment, "ranging from a brilliant factory fitted air conditioning unit, to optimum WH&S plus ground level servicing".
The company has supplied 300 of the Deutz-powered road construction machines to contractors around the country, calling them "an outstanding success".
The Bomag multi-tyred rollers are fully hydrostatic, with disc brakes.
Tutt Bryant describes the Bomag BW25RH as "a compact yet heavy duty (25 tonnes) finishing machine with flexibility the key to its continued success. High productivity due to its substantial working width combined with excellent all-round vision, easy-to-service centrally located drain points, easy ballasting and good compaction qualities".
Typically, the company adds, the BW25RH is suited to asphalt work/finishing, compacting stabilised soil layers and surface facing.
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