Hoffman Equipment Now Offers PTC Vibratory Drivers

These powerful attachments are perfect for bridges, cofferdams, vertical drains, railways, harbors, city centers, combined walls, extreme weather conditions and more.

Mon December 29, 2014 - Northeast Edition
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PTC vibratory drivers are used to pile drive deep foundations and feature resonance-free variable moment technology.
PTC vibratory drivers are used to pile drive deep foundations and feature resonance-free variable moment technology.

Hoffman Equipment now carries PTC vibratory drivers at all its locations. These powerful attachments are used to pile drive deep foundations and feature resonance-free variable moment technology. They are perfect for bridges, cofferdams, vertical drains, railways, harbors, city centers, combined walls, extreme weather conditions and more, according to the company.

“We are excited to offer PTC vibratory drivers to our customers,” said Tim Watters, president of Hoffman Equipment. “Their high quality and exceptional capabilities make them a valuable option for our customers.”

PTC vibratory drivers are available as excavator mounted models or free hanging systems that work with crawler and telescopic boom cranes. With high push/pull forces, these drivers provide adjustable amplitude and driving speed. They feature a wide range of clamping heads to drive and extract sheet piles, H-beams, wooden piles, concrete piles and tubes.

For more information, call 800/4-HOFFMAN or visit www.hoffmanequip.com.




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