Hydraulic Piling Vibrators
(UK and Ireland Sales Agents)
Hydraulic vibrators have wide applications in driving and extracting sheet piles, profiles and steel pipes and are also ideally suited to offshore and underwater work, where they can operate to considerable depths. When modified, non-piling applications that the machines can be used for include soil compaction and construction of vertical drains.
Dieseko, specialist Dutch manufacturers of PVE (Piling and Vibro Equipment) vibrators, have concentrated on improving performance and reducing still further unwanted external vibrations from this quiet and intrinsically environment-friendly technology.
Standard units - 14M, 23M, 25M, 27M, 38M, 52M, 105M, 110M and 200M
The range of standard units spans nine models, delivering between 450kN and 4400kN of centrifugal force.
High frequency units - 2307, 1420, 2315 and 2520
High frequency units transmit less vibration to the direct vicinity and are recommended for use in built-up areas. The four models available deliver between 380kN and 1120kN of centrifugal force.
Variable moment units - 2310VM, 2316VM, 2319VM, 24VM, 28VM, 2332VM, 2335VM, 40VM , 50VM, 2350VM and 2070VM
At the very forefront of developments, Dieseko have now introduced a range of variable moment (VM) units which employ automatic or manually adjustable eccentrics that allow the machine to accelerate to maximum speed before the vibrating action begins. Vibration is also disabled before the machine stops. The benefit is that no low-frequency vibrations are generated at any time during operation, making VM units particularly suitable for use close to highly sensitive structures or services. The eight VM models deliver between 580kN and 2200kN of centrifugal force.
PVE diesel hydraulic power units are specifically designed and built for use with PVE vibrators, ensuring optimum performance and efficiency. Features include fault protection of the system, fully adjustable hydraulic pump for perfect vibrator frequency control, noise reduction, and pile clamp operation in idling condition.