ICE – Crane Suspended – Resonance Free

About ICE – Crane Suspended – Resonance Free

The ICE resonance free vibratory hammer is a robust and adaptable piling hammer. The resonance free (RF) models employ manual or automatically adjustable eccentrics that allow the machine to accelerate to maximum speed before vibrating action begins. Vibration is also disabled before the machine stops.

This ensures that no low-frequency vibrations are generated at any time during operation, making RF units particularly suitable for use close to sensitive structures or for urban areas.

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Models

Crawler Crane Suspended – Resonance Free

8RF

ICE
Eccentric Moment (kgm)0-7.5
Max. Centrifugal Force (kN)0-435
Max. Frequency (rpm)2300
Available to buy?No
Available to rent?Yes
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Crawler Crane Suspended – Resonance Free

12RF

ICE
Eccentric Moment (kgm)0-12.0
Max. Centrifugal Force (kN)0-700
Max. Frequency (rpm)2300
Available to buy?No
Available to rent?Yes
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Crawler Crane Suspended – Resonance Free

20RF

ICE
Eccentric Moment (kgm)0-19.0
Max. Centrifugal Force (kN)0-1100
Max. Frequency (rpm)2300
Available to buy?Yes
Available to rent?No
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Crawler Crane Suspended – Resonance Free

24RF

ICE
Eccentric Moment (kgm)0-24.0
Max. Centrifugal Force (kN)0-1400
Max. Frequency (rpm)2300
Available to buy?Yes
Available to rent?No
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Crawler Crane Suspended – Resonance Free

28RF

ICE
Eccentric Moment (kgm)0-28.0
Max. Centrifugal Force (kN)0-1600
Max. Frequency (rpm)2300
Available to buy?No
Available to rent?Yes
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Crawler Crane Suspended – Resonance Free

32RF

ICE
Eccentric Moment (kgm)0-32.0
Max. Centrifugal Force (kN)0-1856
Max. Frequency (rpm)2300
Available to buy?Yes
Available to rent?No
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Crawler Crane Suspended – Resonance Free

50RF

ICE
Eccentric Moment (kgm)0-50.0
Max. Centrifugal Force (kN)0-2900
Max. Frequency (rpm)2300
Available to buy?Yes
Available to rent?No
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Crawler Crane Suspended – Resonance Free

70RF

ICE
Eccentric Moment (kgm)0-70.0
Max. Centrifugal Force (kN)0-3070
Max. Frequency (rpm)2000
Available to buy?Yes
Available to rent?No
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Specification Table

Model8RF12RF20RF24RF28RF32RF50RF70RF
Available to buyNoNoYesYesNoYesYesYes
Available to hireYesYesNoNoYesNoNoNo
Technical Specifications
Eccentric Moment (kgm)0-7.50-12.00-19.00-24.00-28.00-32.00-50.00-70.0
Max. Centrifugal Force (kN)0-4350-7000-11000-14000-16000-18560-29000-3070
Max. Frequency (rpm)23002300230023002300230023002000
Max. Amplitude (mm)0-15.20-17.00-150-14.00-14.00-15.00-15.00-21.0
Max. Static Line Pull (kN)120250240400400500800800
Max. Oil Flow (L/min)18526149849359074013801580
Max. Hydraulic Power
Dynamic Weight - ex Clamp/Hoses (kg)9851450255035003900430066006800
Total Weight - ex Clamp/Hoses (kg)1515239036505960590067501000010200
L x W x H (mm)1530 x 595 x 15141559 x 673 x 15951849 x 637 x 20081937 x 740 x 24452333 x 785 x 24352384 x 825 x 23522883 x 985 x 28352883 x 985 x 2835
Power Packs
Name200 Series300 Series500 Series500 Series600 Series800 Series1400 Series1600 Series
Diesel EngineCaterpillarVolvoVolvoVolvoCaterpillarVolvo2 x Volvo2 x Volvo
Max. Power (kW/HP)168/255252/343395/537395/537403/548565/768898/12221130/1536
Max. Frequency (rpm)21001800180018002100180018001800
Working Pressure (bar)350350350350350350350350
Max. Oil Flow (L/min)29534250050067080014001600
Weight (kg)375043005800580076008501310016500
L x W x H (mm)3200 x 1540 x 17923673 x 1500 x 18004325 x 1650 x 20754325 x 1650 x 20754500 x 1740 x 22504820 x 1800 x 23455074 x 2340 x 24905820 x 2500 x 2530
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Configuration

Most of our vibratory piling equipment can be configured to suit your requirements.

We have a range of commonly used add-ons that can overcome various every-day piling challenges and these can be found on the right.

If you’re not sure what you need, just call us. We’ll be happy to help.

Models can be fitted with

Extension Hoses

Allows for a greater distance between the power pack and the hammer..

Timber Box Clamps

For driving and extracting of timber/concrete piles.

Sheet Clamp

For driving and extracting sheet piles/’H’ piles/CFA cages.

Hydraulic Vibratory Hammer Pile Extension

Allows piles to be installed close to and underneath structures.

Tube Clamps

For driving and extracting tube.

Pile Types: Install and Extract

Z Single Piles

Z Double Piles

U Single Piles

U Double Piles

H Piles

Straight Web Sections

Tube Piles

Timber Piles

Concrete Piles

Trench Sheets

Box Piles

Further Info

  • Special solutions for different ground conditions and depths
  • Different clamp systems for different pile types
  • Can endure the most difficult loading conditions
  • Strong, high quality, long lasting and economical
  • Work close to highly sensitive structures or services
  • Work under water
  • High pulling force

Our benefits to you

Bespoke Configuration

We can configure equipment to suit your requirements.

Dedicated Support

We have a very experienced team who can deal with all your requirements efficiently and promptly.

Modern Equipment

We choose the best in technology and are always updating our equipment to keep a modern and reliable fleet.

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About ICE

ICE (International Construction Equipment) is a Dutch company specialising in the worldwide production and distribution of high performance equipment for a wide variety of (deep) foundation jobs.

It was founded in 1977 as an import company for American ICE machines. Then, in 1979, the first ICE machines were produced in the Netherlands. Independent of ICE Inc., and with better quality than the USA vibratory hammers, the world was then open to the Dutch ICE. ICE became part of Dieseko Group in in 2008.