ROLLER HIRE CRAYFORD
Designed with You in Mind
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
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
Before starting out on your construction project, there is one thing that you need to make sure of; the ground should be smooth and provide stability. This can only be achieved when the loose soil present on the surface is tightly compacted. Why is that? It is to ensure that there are no pockets of air that could lead to any disaster. Of course, to achieve such a foundation to start your construction project on, you have to put in some effort in the form of getting your hands on a roller.
Previously, we have all heard of horses pulling cylinders over sites. However, the world has since then progressed quite a bit, which led to the invention of the roller. In fact, nowadays, there are a variety of roller types out there, each with its own unique purpose, which makes it suitable for different types of construction projects. The great thing is that they are far more efficient as well.
Common Roller Types
To give you a better idea of which roller type would be best suited for you and your project, here are the three most common roller types.
This roller type is a lightweight one and is most commonly used for grassy areas, such as gardens where the property or homeowner may want to smooth out the surface. It can easily be operated by just one person pushing it over the surface. Of course, this means that this roller type is small, such as measuring anywhere up to one meter in diameter. However, their performance is not to be taken lightly as they are constructed using materials, such as stone, concrete, and even iron.
This roller type is much more suitable for construction sites that are larger in scale and therefore require their roller to cover much more ground. The name of this roller type comes due to its grid pattern, which is made using bars of steel. While the performance itself is heavy-duty, there could be times where you might need to add more pressure, and so, this roller type also allows for steel attachments to be used to get the job done. They are typically used for projects, such as road constructions, and are pulled using a tractor.
This roller type isn't used for anything less than a commercially scaled construction project as they are able to cover a large space. They are able to provide a large amount of pressure, made possible due to the several rows of rubber tires that are extremely large. This also helps in achieving a much more consistent pressure level. They are typically used for polishing up a construction zone or pavements.
So, if you are about to begin a construction project in Crayford, no matter the scale, and are looking to hire a roller, then there is no need to look any further. Here at JSB Mini Diggers, we seek to provide our clients with the best selection of rollers for hire. In fact, we take it a step further and also have a team of highly skilled operators at hand. So, contact us today and get started on your project the right way.
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.