1-1. Purpose. To provide User and Support personnel supplemental maintenance and repair parts instructions that
have special application to Commercial Construction Equipment (CCE) items.
1-2. Scope. This publication applies to Department of the Army Units, Organizations and Activities that use and/or
support the CCE High Speed, Self-Propelled Compactor.
1-3. CCE Item. The term "CCE Item" used in this publication applies to a standard commercial item of commercial
equipment that has been approved for a specific TOE requirement and is procured and supported under the CCE System
Plan. This plan permits maximum utilization of the civilian construction industry's competitive research and
development, manufacturer's equipment publications and commercial sources for repair parts.
1-4. Description. The CCE Compactor is manufactured by Buffalo- Bomag, a division of the Koehring Company,
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. It is powered by a Caterpillar V-8 diesel engine (Model 3208). This engine is similar to
those used in a number of construction equipment items currently in the military system. The transmission assembly
consists of two basic components, an integral torque converter and a three-speed powershift transmission.
1-5. Operational Concept. The CCE Compactor can be deployed world- wide in all areas and altitudes where high
volume compaction is feasible. The compactor is intended for use in construction operations for:
Compacting to a high density a full range of soils except clean sand.
Performing limited dozing or "striking off" functions. It will be issued as a replacement for towed sheepsfoot
rollers (LIN S12438).
1-6. Procurement Status.
The procurement contract number is DSA 700-76-C-8075 and was awarded on 26
1-7. Equipment Publications.
Initially two sets of the manufacturer's commercial publication will be overpacked and shipped with each