The BS 50-4s four-cycle rammer features a Wacker Neuson WM 100 engine, delivering a 10 percent increase in power.
The BS 50-4s four-cycle rammer features a Wacker Neuson WM 100 engine, delivering a 10 percent increase in power. It hits at 660 blows per minute and has an amplitude (stroke) of 1.56 inches. The unit features an easier start because of its purge bulb carburetor, which allows operators to purge air out of the carburetor and replace it with fuel. The rammer has an integral ignition and fuel shut-off in the throttle.
MS595 and MS695 tampers can be utilized in trenches, building sites, and road construction.
At 6 inches wide, the LT5005 rammer is 3 inches smaller than its predecessor and the LT6005 is 9 inches wide, 2 inches shorter than the previous model.
The DW60 and DW90 feature articulated steering, hydrostatic four-wheel drive, and a 75-horsepower, Tier 4-Final Perkins engine.
The new EW65 and EW100 wheeled excavators feature more powerful engines, reduced turning radii, increased digging depths and simplified operation.