At H. E. Services (Plant Hire) Ltd, we are always finding ways in which we can make projects easier for our customers. Particularly with new and advanced equipment.
Why hire a trench roller?
The Bomag BMP-8500 is a multipurpose compactor. It helps achieve outstanding results for soil compaction in trenches, sewers and on pipeline construction.
This trench roller is special in many ways, it may have some similarities to our other rollers however, with some of its unique key features, it is a machine you definitely need if you require soil compacting whether it’s a small and confined area or a large area.
Its purpose is to compress cohesive soil backfills for trenches. Our Bomag BMP8500 trench roller can help you get your site projects done quickly and efficiently.
Firstly, due to its heavy-duty articulated joint, it allows the roller to move around tight and confined spaces. Which avoids damaging the ground that has already been compacted.
Secondly, with its dual compacted forces, it allows operators to maximise compaction productivity without the fear of ruining underground structures.
Thirdly, its censored technology is a great safety advantage. It can detect if the operator is to close to the machine and automatically stops to prevent any accidents.
In addition, this remote controlled multipurpose compactor allows operators to know when total compaction has been achieved. This can be seen through its economiser feature. This is a very effective way to see when the job is complete.
The Bomag trench roller is radio remote controlled which allows you to have everything safely under-control on site. Since the remote control works using interruption-proof radio waves, the roller is safer and more reliable than regular infrared machines. This allows smooth operation of several machines on one site.
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All information correct as of: 20th June 2019.