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.
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 Wacker Neuson EZ 17 compact hydraulic excavator, the smallest zero-tail-swing model in the company's range, features a compact footprint, expandable undercarriage, and two-speed drive.
Wacker Neuson’s new two-cycle, oil-injected BS-2i rammer features a new oil tank that increases the amount of run time up to 100 hours per tank of oil.