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KENCHO crane suspended electrically driven vibratory hammer

Implementation example
KENCHO crane suspended electrically driven vibratory hammer пример внедрения

Construction of shore-fixing facilities with the EP-180 vibratory hammer.

Efficiency

The hammer design features eccentric moment infinite control. It enables to easily control the eccentric moment setting it from 0 to maximum value. The operator is able to adjust vibration, centrifugal force and acceleration.

Performance

The hammer allows to choose the working mode depending on the soil features.

User friendliness

The vibratory hammer design eliminates vibration at the start and end of operation. This reduces the negative impact on the environment. The equipment can be used in urban areas and applied to infill construction.

Long working life

Despite frequent stoppage and vibrational impact the electric drive is subjected to low load and therefore does not overheat. Low torque during the start and end of operation decreases energy consumption.

Specification

    Small-size model Medium-size models Large size models
    EP-60 EP-80 EP-120 EP-180 EP-240 EP-270 EP-320
Eccentric moment    kg-m    0~21      0~36          0~41           0~77           0~300         0~300         0~360    
Centrifugal force ton 0~34 0~49 0~56 0~86 0~105 0~146 0~186
Max. Frequency vpm 1 200 1 100 1 100 1 000 560 660 680
Amplitude mm 0~5,5 0~7 0~6,5 0~8,2 0~17 0~16 0~12
Engine Power kW 45 60 90 135 180 200 240

Dimensions and Weights
Overall Length


mm


1 305


1 460


1 520


1 570


3 452


3 452


3 730
Overall Width mm 1 102 1 183 1 265 1 404 1 000 1 000 1 150
Overall Height mm 3 198 3 520 3 675 4 600 8 143 8 143 8 868
Weight with Universal Clamp kg 4 650 6 300 9 300 12 000 23 500 23 500 23 500

Power supply unit electric capacity           

kV-A

150

200

300

400

600

600

800
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