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Dynapac introduces new oscillating roller

The first Dynapac oscillation roller, the CO4200 VI with 9.9 ton (21,830 lbs) operating weight, was launched at World of Asphalt in 2018 with unique features such as Hardox 450 drum shell steel and easy service access for the timing belts.

Dynapac has now introduced the larger CO5200VI 11.7 ton (25,798 lbs) oscillation roller at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020

High wear resistant drum shell

In order to eliminate excessive wear, Dynapac used the durable Hardox 450 steel in the drum shell for the oscillation drum on both CO4200 VI and CO5200 VI.

The eccentric weights are driven by timing belts, which will eventually need to be replaced. The Dynapac CO4200 VI and CO5200 VI have been designed to make this service operation fast and efficient.

Company info

342 Patricia Lane Suite 104
Fort Mill, SC
US, 29708

Website:
dynapac.us

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March 10–14, 2020
Las Vegas, NV
US,

Website:
conexpoconagg.com

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6737 W. Washington Street, Suite 2400
Milwaukee, WI
US, 53214-5647

Website:
worldofasphalt.com

Phone number:
414-298-4138

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