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    Technical specs - BW 213 D-4 Bomag

    Notice: Every data listed is verified by LECTURA Specs team experts. However, incomplete data and mistakes might occur. Contact our team with any change suggestion.

    Weight 12.5 t
    Transport length 5.808 m
    Transport width 2.25 m
    Transport height 2.972 m
    Vibration e
    Drive A
    Travel speed 11 km/h
    Frequency 30/36 Hz
    Roller width 2.13 m
    Rollers Ø 2,25 m
    Amplitude 1,90/1,00 mm
    Turning radius outside 3,494 m
    Statical line load 33,9 kg/cm
    Engine manuf. Deutz
    Engine type TCD2013 L04
    Engine power 99 kW
    Revolutions at max torque 2200 rpm
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    Basic model with ROPS cabin

    BW 213 D-4 Bomag - Special equipment

    • Diesel particulate filter
    • Sheep foot
    • Oscillation
    • Compression control
    • Aircondition

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