CC1100/CC1200 Asphalt Rollers


November 28, 2017 - Equipment

The CC1100/CC1200 VI is designed to meet tough conditions. By moving the water tank to the rear of the machine, Dynapac developed a unique design with a cross-mounted engine, robust engine hood, and optimal visibility over the front drum. The 8.3-inch sliding seat also increases operator visibility. Working LED lights are mounted to rollover protection system to further improve visibility.

Operators can adjust the rear frame to the left off-set of the front drum up to two inches, making it easier to compact close to walls and curbs. The drums have tapered drum edges, offering a smoother compaction without marks. An increased drum diameter ensures the asphalt is not shoveling in front of the drum, creating transversal cracks. The rollers offer high-frequency compaction with the possibility to choose between dual frequencies depending on the conditions and application. The rollers are also available in a combi-version, with four static rubber wheels at the rear.

The rollers are equipped with a sprinkler system, easily accessible sprinkler pump and filter above the rear drum, and sprinkler bars with three sprinkler nozzles on each drum. Automatic water control comes standard, and a three-stage filtration system ensures clean water and prevents clogged sprinkler nozzles.

The CC1100/CC1200 are designed for operator comfort. Features include a spacious and vibration-damped operator platform, comfort seat, forward and reverse lever, and small storage box under the seat.

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