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MRH601DS2
2248 lbs. of Compaction force, Kubota EA-330-E3 Diesel Engine
Mikasa Walk Behind Tandem Drum Rollers are designed to meet contractor expectations for dependability and ease of use while being compact and powerful enough to handle the toughest asphalt and soil applications.
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MRH800DS2 Roller
The Mikasa MRH601DS Double Drum Roller features:
  • Hydraulic drive system provides smooth machine operation
  • Kubota liquid cooled engine with electric start provides long service life
  • Automatic shut-off button located at the top of the handle keeps the operator safe when actuated
  • Hourmeter measures runtime
  • Electromagnetic clutch for fast and smooth engagement of vibrator function
  • Water tank with 7.9 gallon capacity for long runtime on asphalt applications
  • Fold-up guide handle for easy transport and storage
  • Horn and headlight switch for job-site safety
  • Parking break and stoppers for job-site placement stability
MRH601DS Unit Specifications
Vibration frequency (Exciter Speed)
3,300 vpm
Overall Length
89.2 Inches
Overall Width
27.2 Inches
Overall Height
47 Inches
Roller Drum Width
25.6 Inches Forward Drum
25.6 inches Rear Drum
Operating Weight
1,248 lbs
MRH800DS2 Engine Specifications
Engine
Kubota EA-330-E3 Diesel
Output
8.7Hp
Fuel Tank Capacity
7.9 Gallons.
Fuel
Diesel
Starting Method
Electric Start
Model
Fuel
Type
Drum Width
Overall Width
Engine
Horse Power
Operating Weight
V304EH
Gas
30"
35.5"
Honda GX340
9.5Hp
1,045 Lbs.
MRH601DS
Diesel
25.6"
27.2"
Kubota
EA-330-E3
10Hp
1,248 Lbs.
MRH800GS
Gas
25.6"
27.2"
Honda GX390
11Hp
1,530 Lbs.
MRH601DS Walk-Behind Tandem Roller Applications
Equipment Type
Granular Soils
Sand & Clay
Cohesive Clay
Asphalt
Rammer
No
B
A
No
Vibratory Plates
A
B
NO
A
Reversible Plates
B
A
C
C
Walk-Behind Rollers
B
A
C
A
A - Provides Optimum performance for most applications.
B- Provides Acceptable performance for most applications
C - Limited Performance for most applications. Testing required.
Source: Multiquip Soil Compaction Handbook (page 13)