Chicago Pneumatic Introduces Forward and Reversible Plates

Chicago Pneumatic Introduces Forward and Reversible Plates

Plates are designed to offer both speed and endurance.

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October 12, 2011
CDR Staff
Equipment & Products

Chicago Pneumatic, Commerce, City, Colo., has introduced a line of seven forward and reversible asphalt plates built to handle compaction jobs.
 
The machines range in operating weight from 344 pounds to 1,111 pounds, and have centrifugal forces ranging from 7,875 pounds to 13,488 pounds, according to Chicago Pneumatic. The plates are available with gas-powered Honda engines or Hatz diesel engines. The company says the wear-and-tear resistant plates have heavy-duty frames and engine covers that are designed to protect vital components and drive down maintenance costs. The bottom plates are constructed from wear-resistant Hardox 400 steel with a hardness of 400 HBW (Brinell Hardness Number). An electric start on the MV480, the heaviest model, is constructed to boost efficiency on job sites, adds the company.

Chicago Pneumatic offers high-performance tools and equipment designed for an extensive range of applications. With a global network of distributors, Chicago Pneumatic provides customers with worldwide sales and service support.
More information is available by calling Eudes Defoe at 216-571-7615, e-mailing eudes.defoe@cp.com or visiting www.cp.com.