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srv600_2Oct. 6, 2009 – Weber MT puts particular emphasis on manufacturing precision and maximum quality in tamper production.


October 6, 2009
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Oct. 6, 2009 – Weber MT puts particular emphasis on manufacturing precision and maximum quality in tamper production. The guide cylinders are protected by a wear-resistant and ceramic-like Hard Coat coating, and the active oil lubrication ensures that all components in the crankcase are reliably oiled.

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The new SRV 660 distinguishes itself
through its high production
quality,
superior air filtration and improved
operating characteristics.


 

The range of products comprises two models with 4-stroke gasoline engine and one model with diesel engine. This winter, a new model in the larger weight and performance class will be offered – the SRV 660 vibratory tamper (operating weight 165 lbs). It will replace the previous type SRV 66.

The SRV 660 will introduce a three-stage air filtration system consisting of a cyclone pre-cleaner, a newly developed main filter and, for additional security, the air filter of the engine manufacturer. This new filtration system will considerably extend the service life of the Subaru EH 12 4-stroke engine – even in extremely dusty conditions.

In addition, the user of the SRV 660 will benefit from improved operating characteristics. This means the tamper will provide exceptional ease of operation with minimum effort and is thus fully controllable at all times.

The low-hand/arm vibrations will reduce the operator’s exposure through the guide bar and thus reduce the risk of developing bone and joint complaints or circulatory problems of the hands.

Weber Machine – NEW SRV 660 Rammer 
          

  • Lower hand/arm vibrations due to new design of guide bar
  • Narrower frame for increased suitability in confined work areas
  • Superior handling due to lower center of gravity
  • Easier forward motion and improved climbing ability
  • Optimized three-stage air intake system with cyclone filter to protect the engine against dust and premature wear.

For more information contact:         
Weber Maschinentechnik GmbH   
Rüdiger Raabe           
Im Boden 5-8           
D-57334 Bad Laasphe-Rückershausen   
Germany               
Phone +49 (0) 2754/398-0       
Fax +49 (0) 2754/398-109       
r.raabe@webermt.de       
www.webermt.de