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Total Cost of Ownership for 2.5t Tandem Vibration Rollers

BUY (Annual Ownership Cost): 7 196.19 € RENTAL COST (Annual Rental Cost): 7 010.48 €.

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Technical specs - DTV 325 Bitelli

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Weight 2.5 t
Transport length 2.6 m
Transport width 1.18 m
Transport height 2.79 m
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Engine type 2 M 41 L
Engine power 25 kW
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Basic model with ROPS cabin

DTV 325 Bitelli - Special equipment

  • Diesel particulate filter
  • Oscillation
  • Compression control
  • Aircondition

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Reviews - Bitelli DTV 325

Good operating machine.

Bitelli DTV 325 user from Italy

High vibrations. Not recomended for asphalt compacting because lack of low level drum vibrating.

Bitelli DTV 325 user from Croatia
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2.6 m

1.18 m

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