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Bomag offers the BW211-40 Series single-drum vibratory rollers price-competitive machines designed with the rental industry or the cost-conscious contractor in mind. Featuring high output and maneuverability, the series consists of two models: the BW211D-40 smooth drum roller and the BW211PD-40 padfoot roller. The 12-ton class rollers are powered by a four-cylinder water-cooled Deutz diesel engine that meets EPA tier III requirements. The series is designed for efficient compaction of granular, mixed and semi-cohesive soils, making it ideal for a variety of site preparation applications, including highway construction and maintenance, airports, streets and subdivisions, parking lots and landfills. The BW211D-40 features a 22,930-pound operating weight, while the BW211PD-40 boasts a 25,785-pound operating weight. Dual vibrating frequencies and amplitudes easily customize the machines for different jobsite requirements. Both models deliver frequencies of 1,800 and 2,160 vibrations per minute (vpm) across an 84-inch operating width.