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Allied Construction Products Ho-Pac Compactor Drivers
June 8th, 2009
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Allied Construction pioneered the concept of hydraulically operated Ho-Pac vibratory compactor/drivers. Using an eccentric, rotating weight that creates vibrations and impulse energy, a carrier mounted Ho-Pac provides the needed forces for effective soil compaction. The all-new extreme Ho-Pacs now deliver more impact energy, an errorless four-function valve, a variety of mounting configurations and maintenance-free oil splash bearing lubrication. Because it’s both a compactor and a driver, the Allied Ho-Pac permits even the smallest contractor or municipality to have this dual capability available.
- Four Function Valve
Controls flow, pressure, regenerations and oil flow direction
- Oil Splash Lubrication
Provides maintenance-free (no greasing) bearing lubrication
- Tough Coat Hoses
Prevent cuts and extend wear-life
- Variable Mounting SystemTM (VMS) available
All models available with Allied™s patented VMS mounting system for quick changing between carriers
Ho-Pacs are ideal for trench, slope and excavation compaction. The vibration produced by the Ho-Pac is an ideal force for compacting granular materials since vibration generates stress waves which bring the soil™s air to the surface. As a result, the particles of soil are rearranged and moved closer to each other which reduces voids in the soil. Ho-Pacs compact in densities in excess of 95% Proctor. Ho-Pacs are also used for compacting waste materials and for breaking up frozen coal. An optional swivel-top mounting bracket permits precise positioning of the Ho-Pac without repositioning the carrier.
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