Three Multiquip MTX-Series rammers – the MTX-70, MTX-80 and MTX-90 – incorporate an anti-vibration system designed for greater productivity and a reduction in injuries caused by operator fatigue. Built for trench work, the rammers work in confined areas, applications around retaining walls and solidifying bases or footings, all while delivering up to 3,500 pounds of impact force. The MTX-70, fueled by a 3-horsepower Honda GX100 engine, delivers 2,900 pounds of impact force with up to 695 blows a minute. The 3.5-horsepower Robin EH-12-2D-driven MTX-80 generates 3,150 pounds of centrifugal force and the MTX-90’s Robin EH-12-2D engine generates 3,500 pounds with 700 blows per minute. All three MTX Series rammers feature recoil starters, travel speeds of up to 36 feet per minute and diaphragm carburetors allowing operators to transport the unit without flooding the engine. The shoe width is 11.2 by 13.4 inches on each model.
Rammer series provides high impact to applications
June 18, 2007