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Vibration compaction hammer

Main features
  • Constant speed with variable speed control
  • Durable aluminium housing
  • Soft grip and shock-absorbing handle
  • Easy to change tool by single-step holder
  • Variable lock mechanism to adjust tool at 12-step angle
  • Functional and robust design
General description
General description
Used for the compaction of Proctor and CBR soil specimens. Using the appropriate tamping foot it can also be used for compacting asphalt in the “Percentage refusal density test”. See Vibrating hammer for P.R.D. specimens.
Double insulated motor. Plastic trigger handle. The hammer is supplied without support frame and tampers which have to be ordered separately. See accessories.
  • Full load impact rate 2800 bpm
  • Overall dimensions (wxdxh): 130x530x380 mm
  • Weight approx.: 6.4 kg
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Ordering info

33-T8702/A  
Vibration hammer for soil and asphalt compaction, 
230V/50-60Hz/1Ph                     

33-T8702/AZ  
Vibration hammer for soil and asphalt compaction, 
110V/60Hz/1Ph     
            

Accessories

33-T8702/FR
Supporting frame for vibrating hammer series 33-T8702/Ax
                              
33-T0087/6 
Small tamping foot, 102 mm dia., head only

33-T0087/7 
Large tamping foot, 146 mm dia., head only

33-T0087/8A 
Shank, 300 mm long 

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Contact Us

Controls Group USA, Inc.

2521 Technology Drive, Suite 203
Elgin, Il 60124.
Phone: +1 844 291 4305
Email: info@controls-usa.com
www.controls-usa.com

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