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Bomag redesigned its BW145-40 Series single-drum vibratory rollers, with improved operator ergonomics, better service point access and a 75-horsepower Tier III-compliant Deutz diesel engine. With a 56-inch wide working width, the BW145-40 is large enough to handle medium-sized projects like driveways, parking lots and residential and commercial construction. Yet it is small enough to work in confined spaces. Its high centrifugal force and optimized frequency and amplitude ensure maximum versatility on a wide range of materials. The new roller series includes three models: the BW145D-40 and BW145DH-40 smooth drum rollers and the BW145PDH-40 padfoot roller. The BW145D-40 and BW145DH-40 are designed for compaction of granular and mixed soils, while the BW145PDH-40 is designed for cohesive and semi-cohesive soils.