By Weber MT
March 26, 2015 - The new CR 7 reversible soil compactor from Weber MT is a small but mighty machine that delivers powerful compaction performance without causing operator fatigue.
By Weber MT
Its balanced running characteristics and exceptionally smooth operation as well as its low hand-arm vibrations provide for superb ease of use. The infinitely variable hydraulic control for forward and reverse travel allows for in-place compaction, and the height adjustable guide bar with a comfortable rubber handle is both foldable and lockable for easy transport. Its low overall height of 32” makes this machine extremely user friendly and ideal for trench shoring.
The CR 7 has an operating weight of 946 lbs. with a Honda GX 390 engine and offers 14,625 lbs. of centrifugal force. The throttle cable and hydraulic shift are located inside the guide bar for further protection, and the centrifugal clutch provides automatic tensioning of the V-belt. The all-around enclosure and sturdy frame ensures full engine protection, and the maintenance cover at the front of the machine allows for easy access to essential parts for servicing – a real time saver. Also, the large hinged lifting eye at the top of the machine and the eyelets in the engine mount for lashing make transport easier and safer. The CR 7 can be used in a wide variety of applications ranging from road construction and civil engineering to paving.
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