The high frequency EMV’s from ICE are mounted on to the dipper arm of excavators and powered by the on-board hydraulic system.Being high frequency they produce fewer vibrations to the surrounding areas so it’s ideal for urban areas.The vibrator is controlled by the driver.
An integrated flow valve ensures optimum performance with a wide range of excavator hydraulic systems.The special suspension head allows additional driving force to be applied by pressing down with the dipper arm, substantially improving piling performance.It also stops any damaging vibrations being transferred back to the excavator.
Tests carried out by ICE have demonstrated that ‘the vibro level of a high frequency hammer – measured at a distance of 2 metres from the driving element- equals the level of vibrations produced by a low frequency hammer at a distance of 16 metres!’This makes them ideal for built up areas.
Quick and easy attachment to dipper arm
Increased driving performance with special suspension head
All dimensions are approximate and are subject to change. Please contact us if you need exact dimensions for a specific piece of equipment.
Specifically designed as pile driving and extracting attachments for excavators, these versatile piling hammers can install trench sheets, most sheet pile profiles, ‘H’, tubular, concrete and timber piles as well as CFA cages and are well suited to smaller piling jobs.
Models can: install and extract
Straight Web Sections
U Double Piles
U Single Piles
Z Double Piles
Z Single Piles
Models can be fitted with:
If you need advice on what is the best configuration for your project then please contact us.
We have two large depots in England, each can fulfil orders to all over the world. Choose a depot closest to your destination to send your enquiry to.
Watson & Hillhouse have specialised in the provision of pile driving equipment since 1972, building a worldwide reputation for service and technical expertise that, together with huge resources, places us at the forefront of the industry.
We know that equipment breakdown on site can be costly in terms of down time but we can help. If you are undertaking the repairs yourself we have a great range of spare parts in stock and we can deliver it anywhere in the world.