Clear operation, comfortable workstation
From the operator's platform on the new compactors, the driver has an excellent view of the construction site. Thanks to the design of the engine hood and the front vehicle, the driver can always keep the drum – as well as the construction site – in view. The roof, which is included as standard, protects the driver from the sun and rain. The operation is self-explanatory and does not require any special language skills. As standard, a USB socket, 12 V socket and a bottle holder are included on board. Thanks to this equipment and other details, the operator platform on the rollers is a comfortable place to work. Bright work lighting with durable LED lights rounds off the high-quality and environmentally friendly overall picture.
Future-proof engine with a highly efficient ECO mode
Both models are driven by a robust, water-cooled 4-cylinder engine in accordance with CEV Stage IV. The 90 kW (121 HP) power unit features two fuel filters as standard. To clean the exhaust gas, the machines are equipped with SCR and DOC. During operation, the operator can choose between three preset engine speeds. If the driver selects the average speed, the machine operates in ECO mode. This mode reduces fuel consumption by up to 20%, as well as lowering CO2 and noise emissions. Yet, in spite of this, frequency and centrifugal force as well as full compaction power continue to be maintained. This is enabled thanks to the large-sized hydraulic components and a smart control system. Furthermore, the compactors can comfortably be used at outside temperatures of up to 53° C thanks to the newly designed air duct and large radiator.
Great driving and handling properties thanks to the three-point articulation
The three-point articulation in the new compactors guarantees outstanding directional stability, impressive stability when negotiating curves, and a high level of safety against overturning. This means that the compactors deliver outstanding manoeuvrability and excellent compaction, even on uneven terrain. The compactors are driven by the rear axle. The "D model" HC 119i D also has a drum drive that helps it to scale gradients of up to 53% with confidence.