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Bomag has recently announced a new generation of vibrating tandem rollers called the 'Dash 5' seriesBomag makes
a new Dash
for customer
expectations
after almost 20 years!

Bomag does not restrict product introduction to trade events and has progressively over the years enhanced the product range to provide the most appropriate solution to meet customer demands.

This is evident in their latest introduction which the company believes customers will be making a dash for.

The company has recently announced a new generation of vibrating tandem rollers called the ‘Dash 5’ series. The company says that the new generation is a significant improvement on the market leading Dash 2 machines that have been in the product range for almost 20 years. the first Dash-2 models went into production in 1992. The news series are the result of 3 years research, design and engineering requiring an investment of over $4.25 million (€3 million). The new models will be manufactured at the company’s main facilities at Boppard, in Germany

The new series, at this time, comprises four conventional models, all in the 1.5 t to 1.8 t class.   The new series, at this time, comprises four conventional models, all in the 1.5 t to 1.8 t class. The new models are the BW 80 AD-5 (operating weight 1,550 kg), BW 90 AD-5 (1,600 kg), the BW 100 ADM-5 (1,650 kg), and the BW 100 ACM-5 (1,700 kg) combination roller.

However, a first for Bomag, the company is also launching two ‘clear sided’ models alongside the conventional machines. The BW 90 SC-5 has an operating weight of 1,650 kg and BW 100 SC-5 weighs in at 1,700 kg.

The side clearance models have their drums offset by 60 mm, giving working widths of 960 mm and 1,060 mm for the BW 90 SC-5 and BW 100SC-5 respectively. The drums are connected to the frame on one side only allowing the machines to be used right up to a kerb or wall and then steer away without damage.

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