The latest version of gasoline vibratory rammers from Wacker Neuson delivers several benefits to operators through better machine control, lower vibration and excellent user convenience.
The only manufacturer to offer the gasoline vibratory rammer with a 2-cycle engine, Wacker Neuson has focussed on the requirements of end users and contractors in the new version.
Key benefits include an ergonomic throttle control lever providing for excellent machine control; optimised design of the handle allowing for convenient operation of the rammer; low values in the area of hand-arm vibrations benefitting operators; new low-maintenance filter system positively impacting equipment service life; and a four-phase air cleaner system offering more capacity with an improved cyclonic prefilter to catch large particles and a four-phase auxiliary filter to prevent ingress of dust while changing the filter.
All these functional benefits suit the needs of contractors who seek low costs, less maintenance, more efficiency and long service life for the machine.
In addition to the classic models BS 50-2, BS 60-2, BS 70-2 and BS 65V in the 50 to 70 kilogram class, the two-cycle rammers of the i-series also have a separate oil lubrication system consisting of two separate tanks for fuel and two-cycle oil, eliminating the need for pre-mixing, saving time during use and providing for efficient fuel to oil ratio.
The larger oil tank of the new BS-2i models allows for an operating time of up to 100 hours per filling, reducing the frequency of refuelling. The revised design of the oil tank with a lower profile cap also increases the robustness of the tank.