Resurface Your Paths with a Road Roller

Take control of your project with our heavy-duty road roller. With its powerful engine and reliable design, it can get the job done quickly and efficiently. Get your project done now and see the results for yourself!

The Perfect Tool for the Job

Heavy-duty road rollers are the perfect tool for any construction project. With its powerful engine, it can compact any ground, making it ideal for any job. Plus, its heavy-duty design allows for long-lasting performance, making it a great choice for any job site.

Heavy-Duty Compaction

 

A road roller’s heavy-duty compaction capability helps to create a stable and durable foundation for any road or paving project. This means less need for maintenance and repair work in the future, which saves time and money.

Precise Control&Maneuverability

A road roller’s precise control and maneuverability allows for greater accuracy when rolling out asphalt or other materials. This ensures that the surface is smooth and level, which reduces the risk of potholes and other defects that can cause safety hazards or damage to vehicles.

Versatility &Ease of Use

A road roller is highly versatile and can be used for a variety of tasks, such as compacting soil, paving new roadways, or repairing existing ones. In addition, they are easy to operate and require minimal training, which makes them a great choice for both experienced professionals and amateur users.

MODELS OF HEAVY DUTY ROAD ROLLER

Single Drum Road Roller ID204

Single Drum Road Roller ID207G

Road roller ID208~ID210

12t Road roller ID212B~ID216B

8T road roller IDS208H~IDS214H

IDD210H~216H Road Roller

main uses of Road roller

  • Road construction: Heavy duty road rollers are commonly used in road construction projects to flatten and compact soil, asphalt, and other materials.

  • Parking lots: Road rollers can also be used to prepare surfaces for parking lots, ensuring a smooth and level surface that is easy to drive on.

  • Airports: Large airports often have miles of runways and taxiways that require regular maintenance. Heavy duty road rollers can help ensure that these surfaces are safe and level for aircraft to use.

  • Sports fields: Heavy duty road rollers can be used to prepare sports fields for games, ensuring a level playing surface that is safe for athletes.

  • Landfills: In order to ensure that waste is properly contained, landfills require a flat and compact surface. Heavy duty road rollers can be used to flatten and compact the soil in landfills.

Choose the heavy duty road roller


Choosing the right heavy duty road roller is essential for achieving a flat and level surface in your construction area. Consider several factors when selecting the right model for your needs, including the size of the area and the type of surface being compacted.

First:Different surfaces

Different surfaces may require different types of drum or wheel configurations - smooth drum rollers are best suited for asphalt, while padfoot drum rollers are better for compacting soil or gravel. The gradeability of the surface is also critical, as steep grades may require a machine with more power and traction.

Second: Maneuverability

Maneuverability is important, especially in tight spaces or areas where there are obstacles. Smaller road rollers with a tight turning radius may be necessary in these situations.

Third: Noise and vibration

Finally, consider any noise and vibration regulations that may apply to your construction area. Some road rollers produce more noise and vibration than others, so it's important to choose a machine that meets any applicable standards.

Fourth: Consult

By carefully considering these factors, you can select the right heavy duty road roller for your specific construction area. Consult with a professional or manufacturer to ensure that you're selecting the right machine for your needs, as well as following all safety protocols during operation.

Renting and buying tips

Determine your specific needs

Assess the requirements of your construction project, including soil conditions, compaction needs, and the type of surfaces to be worked on. This will help you identify the most suitable roller for your job

Research reputable suppliers

Look for reputable suppliers with a track record of providing quality equipment and reliable customer service. Read reviews, compare prices, and consider factors like warranty, support, and availability of spare parts.

Evaluate equipment condition

Whether buying or renting, inspect the road roller thoroughly. Check for any signs of wear, damage, or mechanical issues. Ensure that all essential components are in proper working condition.

Consider maintenance and service history

Inquire about the roller's maintenance history and service records. Well-maintained equipment is more likely to perform optimally and have fewer breakdowns during your project.

Seek expert advice

Consult with experts or experienced operators who can provide insights on the specific requirements of your project. Their knowledge can help you make informed decisions regarding the right equipment for your needs.

Training and operator safety

Ensure that operators are properly trained to operate the heavy-duty road roller safely. Familiarize yourself with safety guidelines, including the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) and adherence to local regulations.

Budget considerations

Determine your budget and consider the cost-effectiveness of purchasing versus renting based on the duration and frequency of use. Evaluate long-term costs, including maintenance, repairs, and depreciation.

Understand rental terms and contracts

If renting, carefully review the rental agreement. Pay attention to rental duration, rates, terms, and conditions, including liability, insurance, and return policies.

Renting and Buying

By paying attention to these factors when buying or renting a heavy-duty road roller, you can make a well-informed decision and ensure efficient and safe operations for your construction project

How to maintain road roller

Conduct regular visual inspections of the roller, checking for any signs of wear, damage, or leaks. Inspect components such as the engine, hydraulic systems, tires or drums, electrical connections, and safety features.

 Follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for lubrication and ensure that all lubrication points are properly greased. Regularly lubricate bearings, pivot points, and other moving parts to reduce friction and prevent premature wear.

Monitor and maintain proper levels of engine oil, hydraulic fluid, coolant, and fuel. Regularly check for leaks and address any issues promptly.

Clean or replace air, fuel, and hydraulic filters according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. Clogged filters can restrict airflow or fluid flow, leading to reduced performance or damage to the system.

Inspect tires or drums for any signs of damage, such as cuts, bulges, or uneven wear. Maintain proper tire pressure or drum alignment to ensure even compaction and prevent unnecessary stress on the roller.

Check the battery, cables, and connections for corrosion or damage. Keep the electrical system clean and ensure proper functioning of lights, indicators, and other electrical components.

Provide proper training to operators on the correct operation and maintenance procedures of the specific road roller model. Promote safe and responsible operation to minimize the risk of accidents or damage

Adhere to the manufacturer’s recommended service schedule for major maintenance tasks, such as engine tune-ups, hydraulic system flushing, or drum or tire replacement. Keep records of maintenance activities for reference and warranty purposes.

Store the road roller in a clean, dry, and secure location when not in use. Protect it from extreme weather conditions, direct sunlight, and corrosive substances. Consider covering the roller with a tarp or using protective coatings as appropriate

Keep the road roller clean by removing dirt, debris, or any material buildup. Use appropriate cleaning methods and avoid high-pressure water or abrasive cleaning agents that may damage the equipment

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

Yes, we can provide OEM and ODM service to customer. more than 10 years OEM factory. Including different color, motor, inverter etc. We also can mark your own logo and brand on the machine. For any new products you want us to produce for you, just send us your drawing or sample, and we will produce the same one. We will not sell this kind of product to other customers only if we get your permission.

Firstly, we have our own factory, CNC workshop the Core Technology controlled by ourselves. more and more people in the world use Chinese brand products because of the high quality and very good competitive price, we are specialized in producing floor grinding machines since 2008.
Secondly, Our products are already sold to 120 countries around the world, and in 38 countries/areas around the world, we have offices/agents. You can visit our factory at any time.
Thirdly, the duration for quality warranty of the motor and inverter for ONE year, gear for TWO years. We promise to help maintain our machine forever. If exceed the guaranteed time, and spare parts are broken due to the long time using, the charge of the new parts and express will be paid by the customer, and we will send you steps or video to help you repair. You can contact us at any time, our after-sale service team 24 hours waiting for service for you.
Anyway, confirming the quality of our products, we welcome you to visit our factory at any time or buy a trial order to test the quality.

The main purpose of a road roller is to compact and smooth the surface of roads, highways, runways, and other construction areas to ensure durability, stability, and improved driving conditions.

A road roller works by applying pressure to the surface through its heavy drum or wheels, compacting the material underneath and reducing voids, ensuring better density and stability.

Factors to consider include the weight and size of the roller, drum configuration, compaction performance, maneuverability, operator comfort and safety features, maintenance requirements, and budget.

Operating a road roller safely involves receiving proper training, wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), adhering to safety guidelines, and following local regulations. Regular maintenance and inspections are also essential for safe operation.

A smooth drum roller has a smooth steel drum used for compacting asphalt surfaces, while a padfoot roller has a drum with padfoot or sheepsfoot-shaped protrusions designed for compacting cohesive or granular soils.

Pneumatic tire rollers have rubber tires instead of a drum, allowing them to provide better traction and flexibility. They are often used for sealing and finishing surfaces, and they can be more maneuverable on certain types of terrain.

Maintenance of a road roller involves regular inspection, lubrication, and servicing of components such as the engine, hydraulics, drum or tires, and electrical systems. Following the manufacturer’s guidelines and scheduling routine maintenance is crucial for optimal performance and longevity.

Yes, road rollers can be rented from equipment rental companies. Renting a road roller can be a cost-effective option for short-term or occasional construction projects.

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