The Weber MT TRC 86 F trench roller operates without a user during construction of a water channel near Recife in north-east Brazil. How does that work?
The powerful Weber MT machine can be remotely controlled by radio, thus making work on the construction site easier.
When the weather is hot, as it is at construction sites in Brazil, or when working in hazardous locations, a trench roller that can be controlled remotely is a big relief. The operator does not need to be directly behind the machine, but can control it from a distance.
The Weber MT rollers TRC 66 and TRC 86 produce optimal results when compacting cohesive ground for the construction of trenches, channels,pipes, and streets, as well as for structure backfilling and foundation work. Additionally, the water-cooled, quiet, three-cylinder Lombardini diesel engine is user friendly. Both trench rollers are rugged and are built with modern technology to improve operational safety and user comfort. As an example, one can protect the operating controls from unauthorized access and vandalism. The same applies to the diesel and engine-oil openings. The central, folding crane lug also makes lifting and loading easier.
More on the trench rollers: www.webermt.com