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Doosan Infracore Portable Power’s RX-Series upright rammers are built for the compaction of materials ranging from mixed and cohesive soils to heavy clay. These models are designed to provide compaction solutions for a wide array of applications, including backfilling and narrow trench compaction such as utility work, trenching, curbing, drainage work, and foundation and masonry base preparation.The models in the RX-Series are the RX-264H, RX-304H, and RX-344H. This line comes standard with Honda recoil-start, four-cycle engines. Impact force is applied to the compacted material by a durable wooden foot-reinforced with a heavy steel plate for extended life. The average impact per blow varies on the RX-Series, ranging from 2,600 pounds on the RX-264H to 3,000 pounds on the RX-304H, to 3,400 pounds on the RX-344H. The RX-Series operates at 600 750 blows per minute.
Featuring a low-profile, lightweight design, and a low center of gravity, the RX-Series self-balances, providing greater maneuverability and control around jobsite obstacles. A four-point isolation and vibration-reducing grip, standard on the RX-Series, minimizes operator fatigue and prolongs the life of the rammer components.
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