Compaction Control for Soil Compactors
Trimble Compaction Control Systems help you roll a more efficient pattern so you can reach target passes and density faster. Intelligent compaction indeed.
The Trimble CCS900 Compaction Control System helps you accurately control the compaction process, while reducing unnecessary passes that result in over compaction.
The early detection of unsuitable materials and hidden obstructions can be excavated and re-graded or compacted prior to more costly phases of the construction process. Compaction results are recorded and stored for analysis and generation of documentation deliverables at the end of the project.
The Trimble CCSFlex Compaction Control System for Soil Compactors is the ideal solution for temporary installations or rented machines. The CCSFlex "in a case" system provides pass count mapping for soil compactors and is easy-to-use; you can operate without a GPS base station and without 3D design data.
Supervisors and quality managers can monitor compaction activities using the optional in-cab printer or the web-based VisionLink fleet, asset and productivity solution from Trimble.
The VisionLink 3D Project Monitoring subscription can be used to:
- Continuously monitor pass counts and Compaction Meter Values (CMV) over the entire area and on all material layers
- Improve testing success, reduce rework and lower ongoing maintenance costs
- Reduce over-compaction to optimize fuel use and machine time
- Ensure uniform lift, consistent pass counts and target compaction meter values to increase the surface quality and operational life
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You can install CCS900 to improve your soil compaction operations on any project where the specification calls for a target density or pass count, including:
- Highway and railway construction
- Residential pads
- Commercial site construction
- Parking lots
- Sports fields
The Trimble CCS900 Compaction Control System is the premium system for improving soil compaction operations and rolling a more efficient surface. It is available in the following configurations:
Measures the position and slope of the blade and compares that to design data for rough grading and mass excavation on complex design surfaces
Measures the exact position, cross slope and heading of the blade for rough grading and mass excavation on steep slopes and complex design surfaces
Universal Total Stations
Total station-based system for high accuracy lift and layer control, material placement and monitoring, or for jobs where GNSS is not the ideal solution because of overhead obstructions