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    Total Cost of Ownership for 2.5t Tandem Vibration Rollers

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    Technical specs - AV 23-2 K Ammann

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    Weight 2.3 t
    Transport length 2.5 m
    Transport width 1.1 m
    Transport height 1.8 m
    Vibration e
    Steering KL
    Travel speed 10 km/h
    Frequency 59 Hz
    Roller width 1 m
    Rollers Ø 0,74 m
    Turning radius outside 3,35 m
    Statical line load 12,5 kg/cm
    Engine manuf. Yanmar
    Engine type 3TNV88
    Engine power 20.4 kW
    Engine power 27.3 HP
    Displacement 1.64 l
    Revolutions at max torque 1200 rpm
    Max. torque 106 Nm
    No. of cylinders 3
    Cylinder bore x stroke 88x90 mm
    Weight 155 kg
    Emission level IIIA
    Drive ###
    Centrifugal force ###
    Dimension lxwxh ###

    Basic model with ROPS cabin

    AV 23-2 K Ammann - Special equipment

    • Diesel particulate filter
    • Oscillation
    • Compression control
    • Aircondition

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