Rammer

Wacker Neuson is introducing the industry's first emissions-free, battery powered vibratory rammer. Using lithium-ion battery technology, the AS50e is ideal for commercial interior construction or renovation projects, for use in poorly ventilated areas including trenches or in sound-sensitive areas such as hospitals as well as for rental yards and environmentally conscious builders, according to the manufacturer.

Called the Rammer 9033, the new model replaces the highly successful Rammer 7013 and benefits from a number of key changes and improvements, many of which have been proven in smaller Rammer hammers. These improvements include: A 20 percent wider carrier weight range than the Rammer 7013 A 22 percent higher input power which significantly increases impact rate and productivity compared to its predecessor These customer-friendly improvements have been achieved by equipping the new Rammer 9033 with many of the key features recently applied to other models in the Rammer Large and Medium ranges.

Atlas Copco recently introduced two new rammers, replacing the LT5004 and LT6004. These new rammers feature ultra-slim bodies, ideal for getting closer to structures and through narrow spaces. Like all Atlas Copco rammers, the new LT5005 and LT6005 provide high centrifugal force and speed for deep and effective compaction.

Atlas Copco recently introduced two new rammers, replacing the LT5004 and LT6004. These new rammers feature ultra-slim bodies, ideal for getting closer to structures and through narrow spaces. Like all Atlas Copco rammers, the new LT5005 and LT6005 provide high centrifugal force and speed for deep and effective compaction.

Wacker Neuson’s most popular series of rammers is its 2-cycle, oil-injected models. The newest BS-2i models will sport a new oil tank that increases the amount of run time up to 100 hours per tank of oil. This no-mix system with extremely lean fuel to oil ratio and the low oil shutdown means fewer refills and more uptime.

Honda Power Equipment’s Super Quiet Series EU7000is portable generator delivers fuel efficiency, clean power output, quiet operation and longer running times in a portable package. Ideal for a host of commercial and residential applications, the Honda EU7000is incorporates electronic fuel injection into its design which results in greater fuel efficiency and longer operating times.

Hydraulic hammer brand Rammer has two significant enhancements to the larger models in its range: a lower tool bushing, featuring a replaceable bearing insert in a re-useable body sleeve; and the all-new Ramvalve. Both enhancements make a major contribution to the protection of the hydraulic hammer, extending the unit’s life while lowering owning and operating costs, according to the manufacturer.

Rammer has unveiled a new model that further completes its large range of hydraulic hammers. Designed to meet the demands of professional users, the new Rammer 5011 is designed using the same operating principle as first seen on the smaller 3288 and 4099 models.

Honda Power Equipment, a division of American Honda Motor Co., Inc., based in Alpharetta, Ga., and its operating unit, Honda Engines, featured a dynamic presence at CONEXPO and CON/AGG 2014 – the construction industry’s largest showcase for new products and technologies from for every major segment including asphalt, aggregates, concrete, earthmoving, lifting, mining, and utilities.

Subaru’s ER12 rammer engine features a carefully balanced and engineered design, and is exclusively intended for the demanding application of rammers. With specially-designed components and overhead cam (OHC) technology, this 3-hp, 4-stroke engine is lightweight, yet rugged and powerful.

Wacker Neuson’s BS 50-4s, 4-cycle rammer features a new engine that offers more power and improved compaction performance. The Wacker Neuson WM 100 engine is specifically engineered to withstand rugged rammer applications and with its 10-percent increased power it is more productive and easier to handle, according to the manufacturer.