Walk-Behind Compactors offer single lever reversing feature.

Press Release Summary:

Powered by Honda GX120 4-cycle gasoline engine, Model BXR-60H, with 14 x 19 in. plate, offers 3,417 lb centrifugal force and is recommended for max compaction depth of 13 in. Model BXR-200H, powered by Honda GX240 4-cycle gasoline engine, delivers 7,053 lb of centrifugal force and can compact at depth up to 18 in. It features 18 x 29 in. plate and can cover 5,231 sq-ft/hr. Both vibratory plate compactors are suited for graded aggregates, sand, and mixed soils.

Original Press Release:

BXR-60H and BXR-200H Latest Additions to Ingersoll Rand Walk-Behind Compactors


MOCKSVILLE, N.C. - Doosan Infracore Portable Power introduces the Ingersoll Rand BXR-60H and the BXR-200H as the newest additions to the Ingersoll Rand product line of reversible vibratory plate compactors.

The Ingersoll Rand BXR-Series offers high compaction performance and smooth movement to maximize productivity in graded aggregates, sand and mixed soils. The reversing feature of these compactors allows the operator to easily change direction with a single lever. Reversing permits the operator to enter and exit a confined work area along a single path. Shock mounts are positioned near the engine to alleviate handle vibration.

At 158 pounds (72 kilograms), the BXR-60H offers 3,417 pounds (15.2 kiloNewtons) of centrifugal force. The unit is powered by a rugged and reliable Honda GX120 four-cycle gasoline engine. With a plate size of 14 x 19 inches (350 x 470 millimeters), the BXR-60H is recommended for a maximum compaction depth of 13 inches (330 millimeters).

The larger addition to the line is the BXR-200H weighing in at 518 pounds (235 kilograms). Powered by a Honda GX240 four-cycle gasoline engine, this compactor delivers 7,053 pounds (31.4 kiloNewtons) of centrifugal force. The BXR-200H has the ability to compact at a depth up to 18 inches (460 millimeters) and can cover 5,231 square feet per hour (486 square meters per hour) with its 18 x 29 inches (450 x 740 millimeters) durable plate.

The addition of the new BXR-60H and BXR-200H complements two existing models in the Ingersoll Rand BXR-Series. The BXR-300E features a liquid-cooled Yanmar diesel engine with standard electric start and is the largest of the offering, while the BXR-100H is positioned between the two new models as another Honda gasoline powered model option. The range in the series allows contractors to choose the model that best fits an application for ease of use and efficient operation.

For more information, please visit Doosanportablepower.com.

Doosan Infracore's acquisition of Ingersoll Rand Utility Equipment on November 30, 2007 makes Doosan Infracore one of the top ten global manufacturers of construction and utility equipment and related attachments. The Company has a combined network of over 3,500 dealers worldwide and 20 manufacturing plants in the U.S., Europe and China. Doosan Infracore Portable Power is headquartered in Mocksville, North Carolina.


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