Traditional rollers use weight to push particles like soil, dirt, etc. During this process, the vibrations help the particles bind together better and compact more tightly by "shaking" the particles together.
Vibratory Roller | RAY. RAY attachments OEM solutions offer select machine configurations including bare metal chassis, systems, and OEM components to create purpose-built machines and custom equipment to meet project needs.
They are typically used to compact granular base layers, and occasionally asphalt, and can be used in deeper locations. They offer more power and better performance than other rollers, but they also generally cost more.
Tackle rough terrain and big jobs with vibratory roller attachments
Ideal for site preparation, landscape contractors and paving operations
Front or rear hardpack
Offset roller design allows operation near sidewalks, walls and curbs
Easy to take on the road, vibratory rollers deliver faster results with fewer passes
Isolation Mounting System
The system reduces vibration transmitted to the operator, which means less operator fatigue and more comfortable working conditions. It also supports more consistent ground pressure, providing consistent compaction results.
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It is important for professional contractors to keep an eye out for tools, machines, and accessories that help increase workforce productivity. Anything that reduces labor costs is worth investing in.
For slip-steer vibratory rollers, the same rules apply. If you can find a durable, reliable, low-maintenance product that ticks all the boxes, that's a recipe for success.
However, with so many complex specifications varying from manufacturer and brand to brand, it can be difficult for even the most tech-savvy people to know which is best for their needs.
So we've put together this buying guide with five different vibrating roller options that are sure to please many.
Each is available in different sizes and hydraulic components, but all are among the highest rated on the market and can perform a range of jobs with ease. Your job now is to find the best value compact vibratory road rollers.