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 Tampers, Ram Type

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Wacker has expanded its vibratory rammer line to include two models powered by a 4-cycle Honda engine.

Toro’s compaction equipment line was developed through the company’s acquisition of products from Stone and includes plate compactors, rammers, and a trench roller.

The BS 50-4s four-cycle rammer features a Wacker Neuson WM 100 engine, delivering a 10 percent increase in power.

New engine in the BS 60-4s, 4-cycle ram-type tamper has 10 percent more power and is designed by Wacker Neuson to withstand rugged rammer applications.

Sakai’s high impact, low vibration rammers – the RS45 at 110 pounds, RS65 at 160 pounds and RS75 at 180 pounds – are powered by Honda gasoline engines ranging in horsepower from 2.3 to 2.8.

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