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Universal Tool UT8666, Bench Rammer
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Universal Tool UT8666, Bench Rammer

Item #: WBB235184

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Price: $ 679.00

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Bench Rammer

  • High power to weight ratio
  • Heat treated cylinder and piston for durability
  • Threaded retainer for quick and easy butt changes
  • Easily operated and guided
  • 25" butt
  • Best for: Compacting sand, soil & other fibers materials

Product Specifications

    • LENGTH INCHES15.25
    • AVERAGE CFM5.5
    • BRANDUniversal Tool
    • CFM HIGH22
    • DESCRIPTIONBench Rammer
    • WEIGHT LBS7.1
    • HOSE SIZE I.D1/2"
    • AIR INLET NPT3/8"
    • PRESSURE90 PSI - 6.2 BAR
    • TOOL TYPEAir Hammer
    • BPM1725

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Bench Rammer -- Alternate use

Pros: I'm using this as a hand-held tamper to pack soil back under foundation footers that we have tunneled under to bring in electrical and water lines. Easy to use in a horizontal position when kneeling or lying on my side, and much faster and less tiring than trying to use a manual tamper. Getting good compaction yet isn't overly loud. Appears well built and doesn't use a ton of air (I'm running a 1/4" 100 ft line to a 25 gallon surge tank near the tool and my 5 hp compressor and the surge tank are able to keep up with intermittent use (shovel in some dirt, tamp, shovel etc) Works well in a crawl space since it is so compact. Small size of the tamper foot means I don't have to carve out a huge tunnel (A full sized air tamper would require a much larger excavation so that one could fit the tamper foot back under the footer.)

Cons: CFM requirement means that you aren't going to run this on a small framing / pneumatic nailer compressor.

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