ROLLER HIRE DARTFORD

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PEDESTRIAN ROLLER

This walk behind pedestrian roller has been designed for high compaction performance, compact size and excellent maneu-verability makes it the ideal machine for road repair; patching and various other confined space applications.

  • Operating weight 500kg

  • Roller width  710mm

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800 Bomag Roller

This 900mm tandem roller has been designed to provide a smooth and powerful performance. It features a heavy duty vibration system with a high centrifugal force, frequency and static liner load reduces the number of passes required and powerful, reliable water cooled engines.

  • Operating weight  1600Kg

  • Width  900mm

  • Length  2194mm

  • Height  1627mm

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Before you begin construction, you need a smooth and stable ground. The loose soil needs to be compacted tightly on to the surface, especially to ensure that your constructed building does not topple over due to tiny pockets of air.

Since this part of the construction process requires some effort, you can rely on heavy-duty equipment to take care of the process for you.

The most popular option to smooth out the ground is to use a roller. Rollers have been around for a long time – back from when horses were used to pull the heavy cylinders over agricultural sites. Over time, rollers were developed to use steam engine technology to operate.

In today’s world, rollers have become far more efficient and specialized. Depending upon the type of construction site you are working on, the roller you would need is specified. The differences between the rollers are what makes each one suitable for a specific purpose, especially since there are many different ways that rollers can be used.

The most common types of rollers used for construction are:

1. Cylindrical Rollers

If you want a roller to smooth out the surface of a garden, then you can opt for a cylindrical roller. This type of roller is light-weight and can be controlled by a single person who pushes it. These cylindrical rollers are typically small in size, up to 1m in diameter. Most cylindrical rollers are made using concrete, stone, or iron – materials that are heavy in nature.

2. Grid Rollers

If you are working on a larger construction site that requires more work, then a grid roller would be a great option. This roller is made with steel bars that form a grid pattern – thus the name of the roller. If the weight of the roller is not sufficient for your construction site, it is possible to add additional steel attachments to create more pressure. Since grid rollers are heavy, they are operated using a tractor with an engine that pulls it.

Grid rollers are often used to smooth out coarse soil and weathered rocks. Even for certain road constructions, grid rollers are a popular option.

3. Pneumatic Rollers

For commercial construction projects, pneumatic rollers are used. These rollers have multiple rows of large, rubber tires that create pressure. The main reason behind using rubber on the tires is to ensure consistent pressure throughout the roller, and to cover a large area of space at once.

Pneumatic rollers are often used for pavements and polishing of a construction site. If there are multiple layers of loose soil present on a site, pneumatic rollers are brought to smooth it all out at once.

Call to Action

If you are looking for the best rollers in Dartford, then you can reach out to JSB Mini Diggers. Our team of professionals will be able to guide you regarding the best roller for your construction site. As professionals in Dartford, we have experience in working on multiple construction sites and providing various services as well as construction equipment for hire purposes.

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GP BUCKET

Available in the following sizes 6", 9" & 12"

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GRADING BUCKET

Ideal for landscaping in sizes up to 48"

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AUGER

Ideal when making multiple holes in sizes of 6" & 12"

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BREAKER

Ideal for breaking concrete and other surfaces.

AVAILABLE ATTACHMENTS

When you hire a mini digger from JSB mini diggers you will need to specify which of the following attachments you require on the machine. Whether you require a GP Bucket, Grading Bucket, Auger or a Breaker we can have this fitted before delivery or collection.