MDM Engine Protection

COMPATROL 2.0 – the next generation

With COMPATROL® technology Weber MT is a pioneer in the development of comprehensive compaction controls for walk-behind soil compactors. To continuously improve the high quality and efficiency of machines, Weber MT invests more than average in researh and development.
Most recently: COMPATROL® 2.0 – an enhanced version of the compaction control adding an active engine protection MDM for CR 6 series to CR 9 compactors.

In the future, there will be two versions available: the MDM version with an active engine protection and the 2.0 COMPATROL® version with both compaction control and engine protection.

MDMEngine protection

CR 6, CR 7, CR 8 und CR 9 soil compactors with MDM Engine Protection and COMPATROL® 2.0 offer comprehensive safety percaution. In case of low engine oil, high engine temperature or dirty air filter, an LED-display indicates an issue to the operator and the Hatz engine shuts off automatically. Engine damage due to insuffiencent servicing is a thing of the past.

Service life and operational safetly of the engine will be significantly extended.  

COMPATROL® 2.0

COMPATROL® measures the acceleration increase and decrease of the soil compactor’s base plate, compares the measured values with the registered soil characteristics and translates the results into “electric voltage”.

The result is easy to read and understand on the display:
If the number of lit diodes no longer increases, this tells the operator:
Maximum compaction for this type of soil has been achieved with this machine!

COMPATROL® 2.0 – enhancement of compaction control to the active engine protection MDM applies to the soil compactor CR 6 series to CR. 9

COMPATROL® 2.0 is not a replacement for conventional testing methods, but offers a meaningful supplement for quality assurance.

Advantages

  • Less rework and no over compaction
  • Uniform compaction due to continuous measurement, weak points are quickly identified
  • No area remains uncontrolled
  • Quality assurance on confined sites (e.g., in trenches or backfill areas)