Great condition with less than 4 running hours. May have minor blemishes.
3 HP GX100 HONDA ENGINE
Durable and tough, this rammer is built with a robust roll cage to protect your Honda engine from the harshest jobsite conditions - making it perfect for professionals, construction equipment rental, and do-it-yourselfers alike.
ACHIEVE 100% COMPACTION
With a compaction force of 3,350 lb/ft, this rammer is perfect for professional applications requiring nuclear density testing and field compaction tests!
LONGER RUNNING ENGINE
The dusty job sites that rammers typically operate in can put extra strain on the engine. With Tomahawk's Dual Air Filter Design, avoid engine clogs and allow your Honda engine to run longer in the dirtiest conditions!
EASY UNLOADING ROLLER
Equipment shouldn't make you struggle. Use this rammer's lifting handles and rollers to make loading and unloading easier for day-to-day transportation - perfect for contractors, large and small!
GERMAN-MADE POLYURETHANE BELLOW
Often overlooked, your rammer's bellow is an important piece that helps to extend rammer lifespan. With a long-lasting German-Made bellow, maintain even jumping strokes of 1.6 - 3.4 inches and enjoy a longer lasting rammer!
OPTIONAL WHEEL KIT
Perfectly balanced, simply line up the wheels to the rammer shoe, hook the wheels into the lifting handle, and roll away!
Delivering low emission and noise with its dependable four stroke Honda GX100 engine, the Tomahawk JX60H Tamping Rammer is the supreme compaction tool; perfectly balanced to deliver controlled, skillful jumping motions, without causing any decline to impact force. Utilizing its specially crafted throttle level for smooth operation and heavy shock mount-system, the JX60H’s 13 in. x 11 in.’ laminated wood and steel shoe is able to absorb and resist the strongest vibration shock on the toughest jobsite applications. Its light weight design offers optimum compaction depth and high speed performance, delivering an incredible 3,350 lbs. per square ft. Tough and trustworthy, its protective top frame cover and innovative engine side cover guard protect the engine and recoil starter, eliminating any potential harm during operation. For even greater durability, the JX60H features a plastic, rust-free oil tank and German manufactured polyurethane, ribbed bellow, offering longer life and extended use. Its adaptability makes it the optimal rammer for ease and convenience, with the help of a specially engineered trolley kit, for simple loading and easy transportation.
- 98cc / 3 HP Honda GX100
- Achieve 100% compaction ratings on field density tests and nuclear densometers
- Laminated 13 in. x 11 in. wood and steel shoe
- Controlled jumping motions at an incredible force of 3,350 lbs. per square ft.
- Compaction of cohesive and granular soils, up to 26 in.
- Lifting handles and rollers for easy loading and unloading
- German manufactured polyurethane, ribbed bellow extends service life
- CARB and EPA certified
- Engine: Honda GX100
- Power: 3 HP
- Impact Force: 12.8 KN
- Jumping Stroke: 1.6 - 3.4 in.
- Fuel Tank: 2.8 L
- Weight: 150 lbs.
- Shoe Size: 13 x 11 in.
- JX60H Vibratory Rammer
- Retaining Walls
- Footings and Foundation Projects
- Landscapes and Hardscapes
- Patchwork on Asphalt
- Pipeline Applications
- Backfill Pools, Parks, Cemeteries, and Golf Courses
- Pools, Parks, and Golf Courses
- Cohesive Soils and Granular Soils
- Sticky soils - such as clay or clayey silt
- Gravel, sand, silt, clay, or mixed soils
- Base, Subbase, Subgrade, Subsoil
What Compactor Do I Need?
A compactor is an essential tool for preparing a solid base for structures such as patios, retaining walls, concrete slabs, and more. Tamping rammers and compactors are used to increase the density of soil by reducing air voids, which help to improve soil stability, support structures, and prevent settling. With so many options on the market, choosing the right plate compactor can be a daunting task.
If you are installing artificial turf, building dirt pathways, or need to improve soil stability - but do not need to adhere to a minimum compaction rating you can use a compactor in the 110 lbs (50 kilo) range. These are great for anyone looking to get a job done by themselves with little headache.
If your project involves building a retaining wall, patio, driveway, sidewalk, or concrete slab you will need a bit more muscle. Rammers and compactors in the 130-200 lbs (60-90 kilo) range that can achieve a compaction force above 3,000 lbs²/ft are best. You will achieve 98-100% compaction ratings needed for proper compaction to prevent soil settling and foundation damage.
Equipment needed for large compaction projects should also be able to achieve a minimum compaction force of 3,000 lbs²/ft to reach 98-100% compaction ratings needed for proper compaction. Where this equipment differs from medium range equipment is it's efficiency. Large jobs are typically performed by professional contractors where speed and jobsite efficiency are critical to their success. Compactors that help jobsite efficiency may feature reverse control, hydraulic drive, and the ability to compact asphalt. If you are not too worried about the time it takes to complete a project, you can save a few bucks and invest in equipment in the medium range.
CA Proposition 65 Warning
⚠ WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
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