With narrower and shorter handles, simple hood latches and larger air filters, Dynapac‘s redesigned four-stroke gas- and diesel-powered rammers stand up to the strict requirements imposed on compaction in pipe trenches, confined areas and repair work. The LT5000 and LT6000 gas versions feature Honda GX100 engines, while a GX120 powers the LT7000 gas version. Each rammer has a multifunction fuel tank and throttle control in three fixed positions. For the LT8000, a 1B20 Hatz diesel engine ensures the compaction effort with less strain on the operator and rammer components.
Low vibration rammers provide traction in cohesive soils
July 31, 2007