Vibration Roller

Vibration Roller

 

a road roller one of whose rollers vibrates. There are trailer rollers—one- and two-section rollers with smooth, cam, and mesh rollers—and self-powered rollers—with one, two, or three smooth rollers. The most common vibration rollers are single-section trailer rollers with a mechanism for centrifugal vibration from an internal combustion engine and self-powered double-roller devices with a mechanical actuator for vibration and rolling. A vibration roller is far more effective than a conventional roller of the same weight for packing down ground and road cover.

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Manufacture of compensatory inclination including compaction by means of a smooth drum vibratory roller (use mass 10 to 15 t) for pre-stabilization of the working plane for the use of heavy vibration roller with polygonal drum (operating weight> 20 t) and producing the support body (200 000 m of compression face); accommodate existing riprap (about 5 000 m) and installing (about 30 000 m earthworks) back to slope protection; approximately 10 500 m hydroseeding; 900 m applying erosion control ditches.
The WolfPac 6100 is a 47-inch wide, double-drum vibration roller featuring double drum drive.
We have stopped the road construction works being carried out on Shaikh Salman Avenue, the vibration rollers and the rock breakers used on the roads are the main cause for these cracks on the minaret.