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V304EH
3730 lbs. of Compaction force, Honda GX340 Gasoline Engine
Ideal for asphalt patch jobs, this roller offers adjustable hooks for simple transport. Municipalities and highway repair contractors appreciate the versatility of this roller.
MVH508DZ Plate Compactor
The Mikasa V304EH Patch Roller features:
  • Adustable transport hooks to fit different dump truck configurations
  • Two stabilizing rollers help tracking and balance
  • Beveled drum edges help prevent asphalt marring
  • Multi-position guide handle provides comfortable operation, allows space-saving storage and hinges up during transport
  • Heavy-duty scraper bars on both sides of the drum prevent material build-up
  • No tool access to hydro-static transmission and vibratory belt drive
  • Infinite variable speed control allows for smooth acceleration and braking
  • Rugged steel frame construction withstands years of tough job site demands
V304EH Unit Specifications
Vibration frequency (Exciter Speed)
4,400 vpm
Overall Length
81.5 Inches handle extended
44 Inches with handle verticle
Overall Width
35 Inches
Overall Height
77.2 Inches
Roller Drum Width
30 Inches
Operating Weight
1,045 lbs
V304EH Engine Specifications
Engine
Honda GX340
Type
Air Cooled 4-stroke gas
Output
9.5Hp
Fuel Tank Capacity
1.59 Gallons.
Fuel
Gasoline
Starting Method
Recoil / Electric Start
Lube Oil Capacity
1.16 Qts
Model
Fuel
Type
Drum Width
Overall Width
Engine
Horse Power
Operating Weight
V304EH
Gas
30"
35.5"
Honda GX340
9.5Hp
1,045 Lbs.
MRH800DS2
Diesel
25.6"
27.2"
Yanmar L100V
10Hp
1,562 Lbs.
MRH800GS
Gas
25.6"
27.2"
Honda GX390
11Hp
1,530 Lbs.
V304EH Walk-Behind Patching 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)