The company restyled the machines with a modern rounded look and export sales surge from 1953 onwards.
From 1932 to 1970, HAMM was the only manufacturer in the world entitled to build tandem rollers with all-wheel drive and all-wheel steering, with the exception of a license granted to Japan in 1964.
Once again, HAMM was the first to recognize the sign of the times and to presented a rubber-wheeled roller with all-wheel steering and all-wheel drive to the technical press in 1963.
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OK I went on another icon making spree today, well here is what I came up with!! The whole post is up in my journal, well will be in a few minutes!
Plus, I made a couple for Ryn and I while I was talking to her!! I have been typing for 20 minutes now and still not done!!
(Is this the first Diesel roller or just 1st German one ?
) By 1928 with a constantly improving road network, modern road construction machines were in high demand.This revolutionary milestone lays a solid ground for the legendary reputation of HAMM rollers enjoyed worldwide today.HAMM is the oldest manufacturer of compactors in Germany.This product range was subsequently taken on by Wirtgen Gmb H in 1999 following the companies take over by Wirtgen.HAMM joined Wirtgen's line of Cold planers and the recyclers, and Vögele (pavers), to offer a complete range of Asphalt pavement related products from the expanded Group.The transmission of horizontal rather than vertical forces into the ground yields much better compaction results and is at the same time less stressful on the operator, material and the environment.