1850lb Compaction Force Plate Compactor

Model Number: YC0850

 

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Features & Benefits

Features and Benefits

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  • Self-propelled, 79cc model delivers 5900 blows per minute with a 2.5 HP engine.
  • Single, stamped plate has no weld beads to prevent rusting over time — it offers more strength, flatness and smoothness.
  • Included fold-up transport wheels are attached and able to be used anytime.
  • Mounted, three-point handle with rubber bushings for vibration absorption.
  • Convenient fold-down handle makes for compact storage.
  • Available stamping pad acts as a buffer between the plate and surface for more delicate performance.
  • Recoil ignition offers simple, reliable starting.
  • OHV-overhead valve engine provides more power and durability.
  • Optimal engine control with centrifugal flyweight.
Customer Reviews
FAQs

FAQs

Should I leave fuel stored in my unit?
No, fuel should not be stored in the unit. It is important to prevent gum deposits from forming in the fuel system. If the unit is to be stored for longer than 30 days — drain the fuel tank, retighten the gas cap, start the unit and let it run until it stops.

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Specs

Features and Benefits

Spec Sheet Spec Sheet PDF
  • Self-propelled, 79cc model delivers 5900 blows per minute with a 2.5 HP engine.
  • Single, stamped plate has no weld beads to prevent rusting over time — it offers more strength, flatness and smoothness.
  • Included fold-up transport wheels are attached and able to be used anytime.
  • Mounted, three-point handle with rubber bushings for vibration absorption.
  • Convenient fold-down handle makes for compact storage.
  • Available stamping pad acts as a buffer between the plate and surface for more delicate performance.
  • Recoil ignition offers simple, reliable starting.
  • OHV-overhead valve engine provides more power and durability.
  • Optimal engine control with centrifugal flyweight.
Customer Reviews

FAQs

Should I leave fuel stored in my unit?
No, fuel should not be stored in the unit. It is important to prevent gum deposits from forming in the fuel system. If the unit is to be stored for longer than 30 days — drain the fuel tank, retighten the gas cap, start the unit and let it run until it stops.

Can’t find your answer?
If your question is not here, please check our FAQs. If you need additional help, please Contact Us.