Introducing CT380-130: JCB’s Compact Tandem Roller

Making things easy in a hard world

Our brand-new asphalt roller is designed to make life easier on-site. With an operating weight of below 5 tons and an impressively small turning radius, the CT380-130 promises ultimate versatility and a compact design. With the help of this JCB VIBROMAX roller, sites become more productive, smaller spaces become more manageable, and every task is made easier.

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Real-world applications

The CT380-130 is a highly versatile tandem roller, compatible with a range of equipment and sites. Suitable for both sub-layers and asphalt compaction, this machine is an excellent choice for:

  • Road construction projects.
  • Asphalt pavement reconstruction.
  • Road repairs and patching.
  • Car parks and driveways.
  • Sports court projects.

Small but mighty

The JCB CT380-130 is the ideal construction roller for sites with limited space. Compact in design without compromising on performance, this machine brings versatility to the smallest of spaces.

  • At 2665mm, this compact roller boasts one of the smallest turning radiuses on the market.
  • Drum width of 1,300mm, plus chamfered edges for a smooth finish.
  • Made up of weight-optimised structures: the front chassis, rear chassis, and operator stand are all built with reduced plate thickness.

Easy to be productive

Designed to deliver peak performance with minimal wear and tear, this asphalt roller operates seamlessly to help achieve maximum productivity on-site.

  • 36kW JCB Diesel by Kohler engine is compliant with EU Stage V standards without compromising on performance.
  • Excellent operator visibility with the rear drum lying flush with the chassis.
  • Improved sprinkler efficiency: this JCB roller features a pressurised water sprinkler with upward-facing nozzles for excellent water supply to the drum.
  • Fixed drum scrapers make this roller less vulnerable to damage. 
  • Reliable electrical system, protected against dust and water with IP67/69 electrics.
  • Off-set is manually adjustable, helping operators to avoid kerbs and ironwork. 

Easy to keep safe and secure

Easy to monitor, easy to protect, easy to store. With JCB LiveLink telematics and an array of in-built safety features, keeping your tandem roller secure is simpler than ever.

  • JCB LiveLink ensures security through real-time insights into machine location, as well as geofencing features to see operating zones and curfew alerts.
  • Safeguard your machine with an integrated lockable console cover.  
  • Optional key immobiliser protects your machine against theft.
  • ‘Operator-present’ seat switch ensures safety when mobile.
  • Folding ROPS frame allows easy inside storage without removing the beacon.

Easy to use

Built with the operator in mind, this JCB vibratory roller enhances comfort and convenience to make life easier for everyone on-site.

  • Intuitive, simple-to-operate control panel.
  • Switches are designed to be easy to use with gloves on.
  • Operator stand is easily accessible from two sides with an integrated grab handle and grab rail.
  • Exceptionally responsive directional drive lever for optimally smooth operation.
  • Hourglass design provides excellent operator visibility of drum edge.
  • Laterally sliding seat arrangement to left & right for perfect drum edge visibility.

Easy to service

With new design features integrated to ensure simple serviceability, this JCB roller is a reliable member of the team on-site.

  • High lift bonnet and Kohler engine installation make it easy to carry out daily checks from one side.
  • The maintenance free vibrator shaft is robust and reliable.
  • Radiator is well-protected at machine centre for easy cleaning and access to battery and service points.
  • Say goodbye to corrosion concerns with plastic fuel and water tanks. 
  • Eliminate greasing time and cost with a maintenance-free centre joint.
  • Both fill points are located on opposite sides of the machine, clearly labelled, and accessible from the outside to ensure easy identification and access. 
  • Machine ECU reduces the number of relays and simplifies diagnostics in case of an issue. 

The JCB advantage

Backed by 70 years of expertise, the JCB name is synonymous with both safety and innovation. We’re committed to manufacturing the very best machinery – and our CT380-130 is another step toward making our collection of reliable machines even more comprehensive. With an operating weight under 5 tons, and a small turning radius, this compact tandem roller offers optimum versatility on-site. 

JCB LiveLink comes as standard with all our machines. This telematics system allows you to remotely manage your fleet and monitor your machines’ location, performance, and safety.  

Compatible with your fleet

The CT380-130 is brand-new, but it’s designed to work perfectly alongside your existing equipment, too. These compact tandem rollers operate seamlessly with other compact and midrange equipment, but they also work excellently alongside our Excavators, Hydradig, Pothole Pro, and Backhoe Loaders. Versatile enough to be used alongside any fleet, the CT380 brings maximum efficiency to your site.

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