Excavator-mounted vibrators are fitted to the excavator stick by means of a connecting fork. We offer forks matched to your excavator. A rotary joint allows easy alignment of the vibrator with the piling. The high-strength rotary joint allows additional forces to be applied from the excavator to the vibrator, boosting driving performance.
The vibrator is operated by the excavator “tilt stick” control. The vibrator is connected to the boom’s hydraulic connections by two hoses. A third hose, the leak oil line, completes the simple hydraulic connection.
Integrated in the vibrator is a control system that ensures that when the control lever in the excavator is swung out a clamp grips the pile firmly and then holds the clamping force constant at the required level. A governor limits rpm to the maximum allowed level – irrespective of the oil flow supplied by the excavator – and thus ensures longer vibrator life.
For general driving, extracting and compacting work
Modified version for tube driving (MS-4 HFB, MS-6 HFB, MS-7 HFB)
Working in sensitive or inner-city areas with the resonance-free starting and stopping vibrators MS-5 HFBV and MS-8 HFBV
MS-1 HFB for use with plastic and wooden piles
The units are robust, easy to handle, quiet and universal in use.
All vibrators fitted with a safety circuit
High push/pull forces increase driving performance
Extremely low height allows driving of long piles
All jaws can be rotated 90° to allow face working
Double jaws can be fitted for tube driving
Simple mounting with three hoses
Simple operation with one lever
Müller vibrators for excavator mounting. High-power machines for driving, extracting and compacting.
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ThyssenKrupp Steelcom (formerly Steelcom Pty Ltd) was established in 1983 as a supplier of sheet pile and piling equipment to the piling industry in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.
We hire and sell our steel and equipment and provide a highly dependable service to our customers from their initial enquiry to delivery of product.
On the 19 December 2007, ThyssenKrupp Gft Bautechnik and Steelcom Pty Ltd have reached an agreement for the sale of Steelcom business to ThyssenKrupp.
Consequently, we have changed the trading name of our business from Steelcom Pty. Ltd. to ThyssenKrupp Steelcom Pty. Ltd. (A company of ThyssenKrupp Services).
There has been no change in management and staffing and we will be providing the same products and fine service on which we have built our reputation in the industry.
This integration offers access to improved stock availability, technical support and new and better products and suppliers being part of a world-wide ThyssenKrupp business.
ThyssenKrupp Steelcom is a subsidiary of ThyssenKrupp Services that is a segment of the holding company ThyssenKrupp AG. ThyssenKrupp has worldwide operations with a turn-over in excess of EUR 55 billion and 191,000 employees worldwide.
Our aim is to make piling easy for our clients. Our range of steel and equipment is extensive and meticulously maintained in locations around Australia.
With over 20 years in the industry our staff has extensive experience and is available to provide client support before, during and after each project.
ThyssenKrupp Steelcom strives to be a business partner that clients respect and embrace working with.
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