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WACKER BS50-4S

Overview

The outstanding features of Wacker Neuson’s four-cycle rammers are the compact design and high performance. The long shoe stroke, high percussion rate and high stroke energy combined with fast advance travel achieve excellent results.

Features

  • Choice of two engine options: Wacker Neuson or Honda. Designed for the compaction of cohesive, mixed and granular soils in confined areas
  • Low oil protection: Wacker Neuson: An LED indicator lights up if the rammer is started with insufficient oil levels, and the engine shuts down automatically after 10 seconds to prevent engine damage. Honda: When starting the unit, a sensor detects no oil or low oil and does not allow the engine to start.
  • A unique four-stage air filtration system provides a virtually dust-free engine for longer life and improved durability. The system includes a last chance filter that protects the engine during air filter maintenance.
  • Simple operation: The integrated fuel valve in the throttle means that there is only one lever for acceleration and shut-off.

View User’s Manual

Operating weight lb
139
Ramming shoe size (WxL) in
11 x 13.3
L x W x H in
26.5 x 13.5 x 37
Stroke at the ramming shoe in
2.6
Percussion rate max. blows/min
684
Operating speed Travel Speed ft/min
24.8
Surface capacity Compaction ft²/h
1,368
Engine / Motor type
WM 100
Engine / Motor manufacturer
Wacker Neuson
Engine / Motor
air-cooled single-cylinder four-cycle gasoline engine
Displacement in³
5.9
Operating performance Max rated power - SAE J1995 hp
3.2
at rpm rpm
4,200
Fuel consumption US gal/h
0.31
Tank capacity (fuel) US qt
3.2