The ranges of ICE vibratory devices are numerous and diversified

The ICE vibratory hammers are regularly used worldwide for all civil engineering and foundation works, fluvial and maritime works, harbor and offshore works, environmental works.

The ICE vibratory hammers are designed to operate under several conditions, urban area, under water, under small space allowance, next to sensitive subterranean networks, and whatsoever the pile it may be, sheet piles, wooden piles, concrete piles, steel tubes, H-profiles.

We distinguish 4 main ranges of ICE vibratory hammers which cover every need related to piling jobs.

These 4 main ranges of ICE vibratory hammers are the following ones :

  • Standard Frequency : Maximum amplitude with high driving force. Are used to drive piles where there are no pipes/culverts or buildings close to the jobsite.
  • High Frequency : Low amplitude, high frequency. Are used in case of presence of buildings or pipes/culverts at a nearest distance of 10 meters from the jobsite.
  • Resonance Free : Starting the vibration mode once the maximum working frequency is reached. Are used where the buildings or pipes/culverts are close to or adjacent to the location of piling (within 5 meters).
  • Excavator mounted : Driving tool especially for excavators. Are used in case of short space requirement.

Each vibratory hammer, beside the ones that are excavator mounted, is supplied by its own power pack.

Power Pack can be rented separately.

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