Vibratory rammers with conventional and electric motors
Wacker Neuson has a long tradition in the compaction industry. In 1930, Hermann Wacker invented the first vibratory rammer. At the time, this was a real innovation. Today, the German company continues to build new roads with conventional or battery-powered vibratory rammers. Whether battery or petrol powered, with 2 or 4 stroke engines, vibratory rammers are designed for high performance and have a long life, high autonomy, high percussion rate and a long tread stroke.

Wacker Neuson is the only manufacturer that offers 2-stroke compaction technology. The company developed the WM80 engine specifically to withstand rugged compaction applications while exceeding current emissions regulations. This durable engine has fewer moving parts, which means less maintenance and longer life.