CASE PT240 Pneumatic Tire Compactor | Compaction Equipment | CASE Construction
CASE PT240 Pneumatic Tire Compactor | Compaction Equipment 
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Engine Power
99 hp | 74 kW

Operating Weight
20,525 lb | 9310 kg

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The CASE PT240 pneumatic tire compactor is the time-tested and proven solution for uniform density and smoothness throughout your entire range of compaction requirements. The extremely powerful and turbocharged engine allows you to perform long passes on soil and provide smooth direction changes during sealing applications. A full tilt-up hood and ground-level track components provide exceptional serviceability, resulting in less down time and more profitability.


  • PT240 Specifications

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CASE PT240 Pneumatic Tire Compactor

Large, hot mix asphalt projects, surface treatments and soil stabilization applications can be tackled with confidence due to this machine’s versatile, eight-wheel design and wide compaction surface. Uneven surfaces are compacted via floating, oscillating front axles, and climbing ability (on grades up to 25 degrees) is provided through the turbocharged engine — even in high altitudes. Smooth operation and direction change is accomplished through hydrostatic steering and independent axles. More work time and productivity can be had due to high capacity water and fuel tanks. Smooth operation with easy direction and speed control are delivered through the chain-free, gear-driven power shift transmission. Ground contact pressures can be adjusted on the fly with the available air on-the-run feature.

Meet current environmental standards and consume less fuel with Tier III-certified engines.

Intuitive operation is delivered through the automotive-style controls and dual operating positions. Operators stay informed on all vital information with the multi-function equipment displays that provide engine RPM, engine hours, fuel rate, voltage and more. Levers, controls and switches are easily accessed in the dual-station working environment.

Maintenance costs are reduced with heat retention aprons that prevent asphalt from adhering to the tire surface. Routine maintenance can be performed efficiently with a full tiling hood.

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Fixed ROPS Open Platform with hand rails
Anti-vandal cover
Halogen worklights x 4 (55 watt / front and rear)
Turn signal indicator (left and right)
Tilt open hood
Powershift Transmission (3-speed)
Backup alarm
Retractable seat belt - 2 in (51 mm)
Dual operator stations
Suspension seats with foldable arm rests
Pressurized water system
Water filtration - single stage
Emergency stop button
Master disconnect switch
Lift and tie down provision - 4-point
Watering system drains
Electric fuse protection
Steering wheel spinner knob
Spin-on fuel, engine oil and hydraulic filters
Tool box
Indicator lights
Engine oil pressure
Intake preheater
Engine temperature
Parking brake
Sprinkler system ON/OFF
Multi-function display
Engine RPM
Engine hours
Fuel rate
System voltage
% engine load at current RPM
Coolant temperature
Oil pressure
Fuel economy
Current fuel consumption
Brush scrapers on each tire
Cab w/ heat
Cab air-conditioning
Radio mounting w/ 2 speakers and antenna
Cocoa mat scrapers
Thermal aprons
Scrap metal for ballast
Rotating beacon
Engine prefilter
Chock blocks
Spare tire with rim
Radial tires
Water tight chassis ballast compartment
Edge cutter
Emission Rating Tier 3
Engine make Cummins
Engine model QSB 3.3
Gross power - hp (kW) 99.2 (74)
Transmission type Powershift
Max speed - mph (kph) 11.8 (19)
Theoretical gradeability - % 25
Compaction width - inches (mm) 78.1 (1986)
Number of standard tires - rear 8
Tire size 11.0 x 20 18PR
Tank capacity for tires - gallons (US) (ltr) 121.5 (460)
Unballasted weight - lbs (kg) 20,525 (9,310)
Ballasted weight - lbs (kg) 52,910.8 (24,000)
Operating weight - lbs (kg) 20,525 (9,310)
Overall length - inches (mm) 227.5 (5780)
Width - inches (mm) 82.6 (2100)
Height - inches (mm) 122.4 (3110)
Inside turning radius - inches (mm) 238.7 (6065)
Outside turning radius - inches (mm) 343.8 (8735)
Drum width - inches (mm) 78.2 (1986)

Base & Extended Warranty Coverage*
1 Year / Unlimited Hour Full Coverage Base Warranty
Engine warranted by manufacturer

Purchased Protection
Purchased Protection Plan is an extension of the factory base and extended coverage available at an additional cost.  Your Case dealer can help you determine the plan that fits your needs.  Plans are available up to six-years / 7,500 hours on Case Compaction Equipment.

*Please see your Case dealer for limitations, exclusions, and confirmation of policies in effect.  The Case Warranty remains in effect during the Warranty Period if the owner performs the required maintenance at the recommended intervals outlined in the product’s operator’s manual and the unit is operated within its rated capacity.  Genuine Case service parts or Case approved service parts that meet Case specifications must be used for maintenance and repairs.

Finding the Right Roller

There are a number of variables that determine the right roller for each compaction job. Here are a few things to consider when renting or buying a machine for compaction.

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Fuel System Maintenance

In this article we will examine a number of factors for optimal fuel system health, as well as a few critical maintenance practices to ensure safety and performance.

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