vibrating pile driver

sonic pile driver

A device for driving piles into soil by means of a hammer whose head is vibrated (usually at a frequency less than 6,000 times per minute); this vibration is transmitted to the tip of the pile, resulting in a penetration that is relatively rapid and quiet.
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The work attachment at the end of the boom can be changed for a range of applications, including cutter pump for suction dredging, different size of buckets for backhoe dredging, rake for removal of vegetation and trash, piling bucket and vibrating pile driver for piling works.