Mikasa Tamping Rammer MTR-40H

Mikasa Tamping Rammer MTR-40H

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Product Description

The premium Mikasa Tamping Rammers set the standard in compaction of cohesive soil and back-fill.ÊThey are ideal for confined spaces such as trenches and deep excavations, especially when the soil has a high clay content.

The Mikasa Tamping Rammer MTR-40H is the lightest tamping rammer in the range and offers a balanced and superior build quality to deliver hard-hitting compaction results.

Featuring low vibration handles and a compact design to ensure optimised operator comfort and product transportation. The special narrow foot design allows for easy navigation around challenging job sites, such as narrow gaps alongside walls and in sewer pipes.

- Quality four-stage air filtration protection lengthens service internals and improves engine protection
- Vibration Absorbing System for reduced hand and arm vibration transfer to the operator
- Central lifting hook for easy and safe onsite handling
- Additional lifting handle assists with lifting and movement around the job site
- Engine protection bar prevents damage to critical engine components
- Honda GX100 4-stroke engine provides hassle-free operation and low engine emissions
- Special narrow foot design for specialised applications
- 3 Year Mikasa product warranty

- Model: MTR-40H
- Engine and power: Honda GX100 3 hp
- Fuel type: Petrol
- Fuel tank capacity: 2 L
- Operating weight : 46 kg
- Shoe size (wxl) : 100 mm x 270 mm
- Jumping stroke: 40-55 mm
- Impact rate: 644-695 blows/m
- Impact force (max): 5.4 kN
- Average travel speed*: 10-12 m/min
- Compaction depth*: 20-30 cm
- Average HAV: 17.9 m/s2

* Travel speeds and compaction depths vary based on different soil conditions. Specifications published are based on average performance results.