Dynapac has developed several new machines for the compact equipment market.
Introduced at ConExpo, the compact equipment range was created to complement Dynapac’s larger compaction and paving equipment.
The new equipment introductions include a full line of compaction rammers, vibratory compaction plates, trench roller, mix spreader and mini paver.
Rammers are often found working in dusty or muddy places, and such environments pose a threat to engine operation. In order to protect the engine, the Dynapac DR Series of rammers use multi-stage fuel and air filters.
The multi-stage filters allow the Honda GXR120, a tailor-made engine for rammers, to deliver maximum performance.
As a four-stroke gasoline engine, the GXR120 also ensures that emissions are kept to a minimum, creating a healthier work environment for the operator.
The Dynapac rammers also feature a vibration dampened handle to further improve operator comfort.
From the compact 60 kg DFP6 forward plates to the 450 kg DRP45 reversible plates, the Dynapac plate compactors are powered by either a Honda gas or a Hatz diesel engine. At ConExpo, Dynapac expanded the range to include the DFP9 forward plate and reversible plates DRP15X and the DRP20.
The vibratory plates are protected from sand and stones via a fully enclosed belt drive that maximizes the lifetime of components, like the V-belt.
The tough build is even more visible in the DRP series, thanks to the signature all-around protection hood. Open style construction of the heavy-duty base reduces the maintenance costs. As the stones don’t stick, wear and tear of parts is minimized.
Dynapac’s D.ONE trench roller
Dynapac’s D.ONE trench roller features radio remote control technology that allows for uninterrupted and long-range connectivity in tough weather and jobsite conditions.
In order to ensure good compaction results, the D.ONE comes with a directed vibration technology that offers a choice of high or low amplitude vibration.
EcoMode, automatic vibration control and a maintenance-free articulated joint are a few of the features designed to keep operating costs to a minimum. As well, drum extensions are built-in as standard and a smooth drum is available as an option.
Dynapac’s S100 walk behind, self-propelled mix spreader will fit in the back of a pick-up truck. The two-in-one spreader/paver can be used as a chip spreader when moved forward and a paver when moved in reverse.
The manufacturer promises the S100 delivers hassle-free manoeuvrability in relatively small and tight spaces.
Front and reverse drive functionality avoids the need to physically push the heavy load, which aids in operator comfort. Whether at work in small parking lots, cycle paths or patchwork, the S100’s swivel castor wheels make it so easy to move from point-to-point.
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Designed for working widths from 25 cm to 1,000 cm, and a thickness of up to 10 cm, the S100 can be used to pave asphalt mix and for spreading chips. The screed is equipped with a three-step flow regulation, which allows control of the amount of material laid out. In addition, independently adjustable hydraulic cylinders help regulate the height of the mat providing greater consistency and quality as opposed to traditional shovelling and raking.
Dynapac has also introduced the new F80W ride-on mini wheeled paver. The F80W has a standard paving width of 79 cm to 129 cm and is ideal for patchwork, trench paving, bicycle paths and golf cart paths.
Simplicity in design of controls make it easy for the operator to learn and operate. The F80W features a propane gas heated screed. The screed can hydraulically extend for paving widths from 80 cm to 1.3 metres. Adding bolt extensions to the screed provides a maximum width of 1.65 metres.