Husqvarna LG 200

LG 200 D I

LG 200 is a compact, lightweight yet powerful forward and reversible plate compactor developed for smaller jobs, such as driveways and pathways, private house projects and narrow trenches. It is the ideal machine to use when macadam beds are thinner and you need nimble, responsive handling. Outstanding compaction efficiency, thanks to great centrifugal force, enables you to get the job done faster and squeeze more into your daily schedule.

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COMPACTORS LG 200 I Diesel - 967 96 68-01

FEATURES

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LG 200 D I

Strong protection, easy transportation

The heavy-duty steel frame protects the engine and transmission. The frame is also equipped with a lifting eye for easy transportation.
LG 200 D I

Easy operation

The forward/reverse lever and fixed handle grip make handling easy on all surfaces. You don’t have to push/pull constantly during operation.

Low handle vibration levels

Great engineering and quality components minimize handle vibration levels and strain, therefore contributing to a safer, more productive and enjoyable workday.
LG 200 D I
LG 200 D I

Strong protection, easy transportation

The heavy-duty steel frame protects the engine and transmission. The frame is also equipped with a lifting eye for easy transportation.

LG 200 D I

Easy operation

The forward/reverse lever and fixed handle grip make handling easy on all surfaces. You don’t have to push/pull constantly during operation.

LG 200 D I

Low handle vibration levels

Great engineering and quality components minimize handle vibration levels and strain, therefore contributing to a safer, more productive and enjoyable workday.

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