Make a big impression with the BOMAG BW213 single-drum rollers. Effortless maneuverability for precision work and save the smart way with ECOMODE - the speed control not only saves up to 30% of fuel but also produces less noise. BOMAG single drum rollers are true climbing masters, the D-version gives gradeability of up to 53% and the dual pump system in the H-version translates engine output into traction - gradients of more than 60% are no problem.request quotebrochurespec sheet
Make a big impression with the BOMAG BW213 single-drum rollers.
Effortless Manoeuvrability For Precision Work
BOMAG has ensured that the driver always has everything easily under control. No hieroglyphics, no confusion, no puzzles: the operating concept is self-explanatory with clearly arranged controls. Clear symbols identify the function and provide information fast about all important machine features.
The optional TERRAMETER, a development by BOMAG, supports the driver in an important way. The system shows the compaction value digitally and in the form of a bar graph. Additionally, it indicates the end of compaction. This helps to avoid unnecessary passes, saves time, and boosts cost-effectiveness.
Save The Smart Way
The cumulative power of BOMAG innovation can be found in every engine. With Stage IV and Tier 4 they comply with the highest exhaust regulations. The smart ECOMODE speed control not only saves up to 30 percent fuel but also produces less noise. And with the optional ECOSTOP, the engine is shut down automatically after a defined period in idle speed; reducing fuel consumption and wear.
No Setbacks On Slopes
BOMAG BW213 single drum rollers are true climbing masters. The D-version already gives gradeability of up to 53%. On this model, manual slip control provides specific adjustment to ground conditions. The rear axles are equipped with a NoSpin differential with automatic locking up to 100 percent. This means continued forward drive, even if one wheel leaves the ground. The dual pump system in the H-version translates engine output into traction. Even gradients of more than 60 percent are no problem.