Case DV45CC’s compact size, maneuverability a good fit for smaller jobs
Wayne Grayson | March 12, 2018

At the World of Asphalt show in Houston last week, Case Construction Equipment showed its new DV45CC combination vibratory roller.

Displayed alongside the new SV212D, the DV45CC is powered by a 40.8-horsepower Tier 4 Interim engine delivering high centrifugal forces and frequencies at low rpms, Case says. The machine features standard dual amplitudes of 0.01 and 0.21 inches and dual frequencies of 2,700 and 3,420 vpm.


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The DV45CC compacts with a front offset drum and smooths with rear pneumatic tires. The drum’s tapered edge and high curb clearance allows operators to perform precise compaction in tight spaces. Like other DV Series compactors, the DV45CC has a tight turn radius for high maneuverability and quicker compaction times, Case says.

Case says the DV45CC also features adjustable scrapers, an automatic vibration control system and a pressurized water system.

The operator platform is iso-mounted for minimized vibration while a standard lateral-sliding seat provides high visibility to the drum edge on both sides of the machine.

The machine weighs in at 10,296 pounds and has a drum width of 54 inches.


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